Tag Archives: Balance

The Depreciation of the Value of Creativity

“The creative adult is the child who survives.” — Ursula Le Guin “Creativity is intelligence having fun.” — Albert Einstein The human psyche is such that “feeding the beast” is not always a good thing, except when it comes to … Continue reading

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Reflections of an Authorpreneur

“A great story arc involves and depicts the hero’s struggle to orchestrate change; for himself, herself, or for others, by finding new ways to work and invoke lessons and the causality loop that life is based on.” — Penina Rybak, … Continue reading

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Balancing Humanity and Technology in Today’s Startup Culture: A Look Ahead

“I love technology, and I don’t think it’s something that should divide along gender lines.” — Marissa Mayer “Information defines your personality, your memories, your skills.” — Ray Kurzweil This month of March is about harnessing power; women power, technological … Continue reading

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Balancing Humanity & Technology at WomanCon 2013: Pam’s Primer For The Dance

In an effort to synthesize and “synergize” my two blogs, here and on Tumblr, I want to quickly recap that the biggest takeaway I got from attending the full day entrepreneurial conference dubbed WomanCon 2013 in NYC on 9/25/13, was … Continue reading

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