As I was packing my bag for Tokyo, I noticed that I was packing my “Kathy Matsui” dress, a sheath business dress I purchased in 2002 that emulated the style of the Vice Chair of Goldman Sachs Japan and Chief Japan Equity Strategist. Matsui is someone I’ve long admired for her body of work on […]
Posing practice is an integral part of contest prep. You can have the best physique in your class and lose it with your first step out onto stage. Hesitant, tentative, shaky, unhappy…flush. I mean, flushing sound down the toilet. Never mind how prepared, deserving, or knowledgeable you are, the halo effect reminds you… You never get […]
As I compiled my 4th chapter of 100 Happy Days (#67-75) from last fall, I see how happiness was hard to find at times, but how critical it was for me to find it. At the precipice of change, happiness beckons us to Dream Big and Desire More. I hope you enjoy!
The why is what keeps us in the game. Of course, it is easier and simpler to change the what. But, it is critical for our economy that employees and companies in all industries recognize that the what can be transformed to match the why. The what just needs some alchemy.
Feminism is neither unnecessary or “over”; it is simply evolving… In Japan, it isn’t just about getting more women to return to the workforce, it is about letting them shine in a way that feels powerful, confident, and…authentic.