Ambivalent no longer!

Ambivalent no longer!

I remember being acutely ambivalent when I graduated from college and had my first job offer. I could become the Assistant to the Executive Director/Office Manager at a small non-profit, or keep looking. I was up in Ithaca, NY with my family, visiting cousins. I...
The Antidote to Shame

The Antidote to Shame

No one wants to talk about shame. It’s unpleasant. The mess in the corner we try to ignore. I recommend Brene Brown’s two TED Talks to all my clients. If you haven’t watched them, find links below. She shares how shame thrives in the Petri dish of...
Won’t you be my neighbor?

Won’t you be my neighbor?

Last weekend I saw the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” Did you grow up watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood? If so, you will love the movie. I was reminded of sitting cross legged in front of the TV, watching the trolley go into the Land of Make Believe, and the...
Her Hair Was Falling Out.

Her Hair Was Falling Out.

At a recent WILL Meetup, the women spoke about the physical toll of the stress. A woman in her late 20s told us her hair falling out. Someone else had heart palpitations. Another client had migraines. None of them had had a good night’s sleep in years. Constant...
Two Year Sprint

Two Year Sprint

For the past two years, building WILL has been my primary creative and business focus. I’ve been on a mission to help women who struggle to leave (big) law, believe its possible, discover new appealing possibilities and take action! After the the first pilot...