If you have checked out my archives at all, you’ll see I’m a fan of podcasts. I’ve written a guide to podcasts, […]
I’ve spent a lot of time talking with (girl)friends about what’s next for them. I want to help them start to think about “what’s next?” without hearing “not until I…” or “maybe when I…” or “I’m not ready” or “after…” or the worst: “I don’t know.” Here’s my advice…
Last week I was privileged to be one of the few people on stage at the LeWeb conference in Paris, and I gave an […]
I love lists. I organize my productivity with To-do lists, I write Life Lists to keep those life goals in mind, and […]
If you follow me on Twitter (@rosso), you might have seen my Tweet today: This week has convinced me I'm doing a Vision Board & Workshop in November, in Italian here in Milan. If you're interested, let me know. — Sara Rosso (@rosso) September 22, 2011 After speaking with several friends who are struggling to see the next evolution of themselves, I decided to hold a Vision Board and Planning Workshop in Milan, Italy. It will probably be in Italian unless a […]
I’ll just cut right to the chase: I love, love, love TextExpander. The way TextExpander works: You insert a snippet, phrase, or […]
I’ve been reading, learning, and watching a lot of content about presenting lately as it’s something I’m very interested in and there’s no definitive manual to learn how to do it. I’ll be sharing that info soon, but first I thought a parallel subject is learning how to speak with the media. I spent three years as an organizer for the Girl Geek Dinners in Milan, when blogging and social media was gaining ground in Italy so I had a lot of […]
“The Hidden Demons of High Achievers” with Tom DeLong, Harvard Business School professor and author of “Flying Without a Net: Turn Fear of Change into Fuel for Success”
Gmail keeps growing and adding new features, and they have Gmail Labs which gives users access to experimental features that can be activated as desired. Here’s my 5 favorite tools.
To some people, the word “mentor” evokes images of scholarly teachers and students who are fresh-faced and eager to learn about a particular subject. This traditional view of the mentor has been changing into what is becoming an essential component of a businessperson’s success.