Why The Emotional Support of Family is Key to a Successful Business Ten years ago I made a decision-a decision that would ultimately change the direction of my life forever. Rather than remaining in England and working as a broker, or moving to Chicago for a cushy job in a financial firm, I decided to […]
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Entrepreneurship, Stress, and Self-Care Entrepreneurial Self Care Steps For Creating And Maintaining A Transformational Workplace As an entrepreneur, I have undergone a great deal of personal and professional stress over the last ten years. My devotion from the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey has always been to the clients. I swore to myself from the […]
Kavanaugh, Rules for Radicals, and the Politicalization of the Supreme Court By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications In the UK, the Queen does not answer to anyone in the government. Her Queenship is not dependant upon pandering to special interest groups or negotiating with members of political parties. She is anointed by God-not appointed […]
Leadership Styles, Transformation, and Success in the Business World By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications As many individuals with business degrees know, there are nine common leadership styles; transformational, transactional, servant, autocratic, laissez-faire, democratic, bureaucratic, charismatic, and situational. As a business leader, it is not only wise, but arguably essential, to ask oneself, “What […]
How Taking Away Tools and Benefits Ultimately Hurts Sales Organizations and Countries The British Government decommissioned the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1997. According to the government’s official website, “On 23 June 1994, John Major’s Government announced there would be no refit for HMY Britannia as the costs would be too great. After a long and […]
An Analysis of the Relevance of Traditional Gender Roles in our Homes, Governments, and Businesses. Is traditional marriage dead? Having been raised by a feminist mother of the 60’s, I have often asked myself this question. My marriage is definitely a contemporary one-my husband and I both have careers, we split the bills, and keep […]
The Relevance of Gender, Class, and Joan of Arc in The Business World Today Today, Joan of Arc is revered around the world. The Roman Catholic Church canonized her in 1920 and claimed her image as their own. During my most recent trip to Paris, we visited a prominent boulevard named “Jean D’Arc”, after the […]
My visit to Floors Castle and American Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity Born of a father from the North and a mother from the South, I am more than familiar with the terms Yankee and Dixie. I have been called both, as well as half-Dixie. However, in England, Americans are all referred to as […]
Having just returned from Europe for a three week trip, I have come to appreciate the fact that I am an American. The beaches of Normandy had a huge impact on me. My nine year old niece and I, accompanied by my parents, learned of the fate of over 4,300 young men who gave their […]