Ego Driven vs Purpose Driven: Navigating Motivation in Today’s World

Tawana Bain In the hustle and bustle of modern life, it's all too easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of ego-driven motivations. We're bombarded with images of success, achievement, and competition, often leading us to measure our worth against others. But amidst this sea of external validation, it's crucial to pause and reflect on what truly drives us: ego or purpose? As the publisher of Today's Woman, I've encountered countless stories of women navigating the delicate balance between ego-driven ambitions and purpose-driven pursuits. It's a topic that resonates deeply with me, as I [...]

By |2024-02-29T17:57:15-05:00February 29, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Champions For Childcare – Cover Story

Mommy!” “Mommy!” “Mommy!” The tiny voices echoed throughout the small studio, followed by an assortment of anxious responses “no hitting,” “don’t touch that,” “stay on the carpet,” “let’s share.” MFive women, each dressed in polished business professional attire, gracefully navigate the organized chaos of a toddler photoshoot. As the camera’s shutter clicks in the background, the women skillfully balance their roles as both working professionals and loving mothers. With a collective sense of camaraderie, they share knowing glances and supportive smiles, forming a united front in the art of corralling their lively toddlers for the [...]

Own your Power: Invest in Your Personal Brand for Exponential Possibilities

Ashley Brauer, MBA is the founder and chief strategist at Max Strategic Communications Imagine this: You walk into a room and people know who you are. Your bosses and/or clients understand your skills, accomplishments and capabilities. People want to know you and work with you. You attract new opportunities and advancement personally and professionally. It’s no fantasy land. It’s the effects of crafting a distinct and authentic personal brand. Often, when we hear the word, “branding,” our minds go to products or companies. We think about colors, overall look and style, tone of voice and [...]

By |2024-01-26T13:36:27-05:00January 26, 2024|Career, Digital Exclusives, Life & Style, Passions|

Who’s That Girl? Marita A. Willis

Marita A. Willis is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. She and her husband, Robert E. Willis, grew up together in the Park Hill neighborhood, married 48 years ago, had two beautiful children, and built their life here in the bluegrass state. She attended the University of Louisville and has built a career in the banking industry and the non-profit sector. She is a champion for her community and is dedicated to removing barriers, cultivating a sense of purpose and empowering people to rise above their circumstances. She worked at PNC Bank as the Vice President [...]

By |2024-01-26T13:47:17-05:00January 26, 2024|Community, Digital Exclusives, Who's That Girl|

How a Love of Pilates and Fitness Lead to a New Career

By Susan Viers In 2020, after fifteen years as a stay-at-home mom, I was ready to return to the work force. Covid had hit, I had some changes in my personal life, and my children were getting older. As I contemplated my future, I first submitted my resume for a government relations position, which was similar to jobs I held previously. That didn’t feel right or fulfilling, and I kept searching. Covid changed all of us and I was looking for a career that felt different: I wanted to make a significant difference in the [...]

By |2024-01-26T13:52:01-05:00January 25, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Health & Wellness, Healthy Choices, Wellness|

Mom Boss Chronicles: 5 Lessons for Thriving in Your Career in the Early Years

Andrea Ghooray It was 2:34 am, and the faint whimpering of my 11-week-old son pierced the silence—a one-minute warning that my measly three hours of sleep were done for the night.I knew it was exactly 2:34 am because I jotted down notes each night just to feel a little less crazy in the process. Bouncing, soothing, feeding would now consume me until my sweet child mercifully dozed off or until the sun came up, making it a little less frowned upon to down 12oz of coffee and trudge through these early newborn days. In those [...]

By |2024-01-26T13:59:03-05:00January 25, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Ladies Who Launch, Money & Career|
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