An Evening With The Cake Boss

Yesterday morning on my weekly Global TV segment, I shared the latest research out of Cornell University. The studies are in on money and happiness: People Who Spend Money On Experiences Instead Of Things Are Much Happier. When it’s payday and that paycheck gets deposited into you account, do you run out to buy a great pair of shoes, or…

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The Season Of F*ck It

By Guest Blogger Jamie Greenwood A few months ago, I was interviewed by my dear friend and therapist Dr. Leslie Carr. During our chat, we touched on one of my favorite topics - the overachieving woman.  You see, we are entering a season I like to call, The Season of F*ck It. Let me explain. Many of my clients are a lot like…

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40 Things I’ve Learned In 40 Years

Well, I turn 40 today. Not quite sure when THAT happened?! I'm pretty sure it was just yesterday that I kissed my husband for the first time at 20 years old while watching two girls make out at Beaver Lake (a park here in Montreal). But clearly, it's NOT yesterday. Not even close. I've got more wrinkles, more cellulite, and honeys... more wisdom. So…

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5 Clues It’s Time To Leave Your Company

By Guest Blogger Samantha Stauf Most interviews begin with some variation of the following question: where do you see yourself in five years? Most people realize that the question is this not so cleverly masqueraded question: how much return on our investment will we receive if we hire you? A good chunk of us probably lied when that particular question…

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On Turning 50: Regrets, Dreams and Possibilities

By Guest Blogger Dana Kobernick As I slide into my fiftieth birthday with all the grace and composure of a train half off the rails, I can’t help but go through the typical machinations of a woman approaching – or past – middle age. Until now, I have led a fulfilled life. I recognize my fortune that manifests primarily through…

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What’s The Trade Off: Money for Sanity?

If you haven't read Google CFO Patrick Pichette's retirement announcement on Google+ this week, please allow me to draw your attention to something quite beautiful and special. Patrick Pichette, Google's CFO for nearly seven years, has decided to change course. And he actually goes on and on for us about why he's doing it. It's insightful, candid, honest and thought provoking.…

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March 8 is International Women’s Day: 5 Trailblazing and Inspirational Women

I was thrilled to be able to showcase five exceptional women on Global TV last #IWD, who are paving the way for others. These five trailblazing and inspiring women make me want to up my game, and truly make a difference in this world. This Sunday, March 8th, marks the 104th anniversary of International Women's Day, a day that honors the fight for…

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The Secrets To Happiness on @OWNTV #OWNSHOW

Happy #MotivationMonday, ladies! My fifth episode of the #OWNSHOW on OWN TV aired live at 7am this morning. The topic was on some less well-known happiness boosters. Here is this week's episode on Oprah Winfrey Network. It goes to show you how early I clearly go to bed - I thought Letterman had retired!! My bad! For other happiness boosters to incorporate into your life immediately, visit…

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This One-Minute Video May Change Everything For You

I watched this last night, and it changed me. It changed my entire perception on everything I've built and am currently trying to build (as I find myself in new territory). It helped reshift my mindset about the speed at which things move and my frustration at times with that speed. It helped me see the creative process in a new light. If you are a creator in any…

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The Art of Having It All

Happy Friday! Kids are off school next week for winter break so I'm getting ready to wind things down for a few days. In the fall, I was interviewed by my close friend and New York Times bestselling author Christy Whitman on the Art of Having It All. This topic is very near and dear to Christy's heart since her book The Art of Having It…

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