by Milbert Kiggundu-Bentham · 10 Jun 2020 · 5 min read
Fulfilling responsibilities in your personal life is already complicated enough, but for entrepreneurs who never seem to clock in and out of work, finding the time and energy to devote to loved ones, while staying on top of work responsibilities, can elicit an overwhelming feeling of guilt that quickly deteriorates your mental health.
It was clear to me that the millions of people with Alexa in their homes are not unlocking the full potential.
New parents re-entering the workforce are often juggling the tangible realities of daycare logistics, sleep deprivation, and a cascade of overwhelming work. No matter how parents build their family, they often struggle with the guilt of being split between home and work and not feeling exceptionally successful in either place.
S&P Global reveals the findings of a 17-year long study that proves that women in CEO and CFO positions are outperforming men in similar roles, making businesses much more profitable.
As part of my series about strong female leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Amber J., Amber is the founder and host of After it All, a podcast that shares weekly life lessons and interviews about individuals who land their dream jobs, achieve so-called "unrealistic" goals, and decide to live the life of their dreams. Most recently, Amber uprooted her life and moved to Phucket, Thailand.