#RealLifeWonderWoman — Meet Helen Panos

Today’s #RealLifeWonderWoman is also a #HigherEdHero! Helen Panos is an accomplished educator/instructional specialist with over 25 years experience in a public school system. Helen began her K-12 nationwide tutoring business, Dynamis Learning Academy, 5 years ago to help children reach their potential. How does she do it? She listens to what a parent needs and matches them with the right

#RealLifeWonderWoman — Meet Kristen Brown

Today’s real life Wonder Woman is a little like Diana Prince. She may have some science nerd tendencies, but she’s also strong and powerful–full of energy and driven by a desire to help people. She is a bestselling author, keynote speaker, energy mastery expert, 15-year corporate leader, widowed mom, crystal reiki healer, yoga teacher, biohacker, and founder of namaSync. She

If 2020 was a math problem…

  I’ve never been a fan of math word problems, which is funny because I’m a huge fan of words. Just not the math part. But given how this year has gone, this problem does not sound nearly as ridiculous as it did last year. Even though the year has been challenging in too many ways to count, many good

Real Life Wonder Woman — Meet Dr. Docia Hogan

Nurturing relationships and not sweating the “small stuff” are two ways today’s Real Life Wonder Woman pushes through challenges and tough times. And a little ice cream helps, too! Meet Dr. Docia Hogan, Dentist and Owner of dh Dental Care in St. Cloud, Minnesota. KR: Please tell us about what brings you joy and fulfillment. DH: As a young high school woman,

What does empowering women really mean?

What does empowering women really mean? This is a question I often hear when people learn that I’ve written a book that empowers women and that I speak at many women’s conferences. To be clear, I speak to mixed-gender groups regularly, but am frequently hired to speak to groups of women—business women, college women, women of faith, and corporate women’s

A Pledge of Resilience

Lately, the word “resilient” keeps popping up in conversation and in my social media feeds. Apparently, it is a hot topic across generations and across industries. I hear it from concerned parents asking how they can help their kids be more resilient. I hear it from young women who feel like they are crushed by adversity, and wanting guidance. I