Change Catalyst with Shanna Mann: Strategy & Support for Sane Self-Employment

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The other day I read one of those click-baity articles in a website footer. “Five Parisian-inspired pieces that every woman should own.” It’s so cliche as to be eye-roll inducing. Want to know what the pieces were? Breton top (those stripey sailor shirts) “Classic” black stilettos Black skinny jeans Ivory or camel trench coat A Read more

I just read David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell’s new book. It’s exploring how what we think of as advantages might not be all that advantageous, and what we think of as disadvantages might actually work in your favor. For one thing, making a simple intelligence test just a little bit harder (by making it hard to Read more

(Ooh! Sounds kinky, don’t it?)   I’m writing my new book, and the concept of discipline is a central theme. Self-discipline, as most people envision it, is a cross between the class bully and the tattling teacher’s pet. Discipline is no fun, goes the thinking. It ruins good times. It kills creativity and spontenaity. It Read more