Operation Letter of The Day: G

The letter of the day is G Hello and happy Thursday, now officially G day. Are you excited? Let’s get started. G is for… GIVE UP! I bet you weren’t expecting that right off the bat, were you? I’m not talking about quitting, I’m suggesting you GIVE UP any preconceived ideas you had about whatContinue reading “Operation Letter of The Day: G”

For Parents and Everyone Else Struggling at Home: Operation Letter of The Day

Hello friends, we made it to Wednesday! If you didn’t know it was Wednesday, no judgement here, I’m starting to get my day and evening pajamas confused at this rate. How are you feeling? Stir crazy? Worried? Overwhelmed? Frustrated that you’ve already eaten all of the ice cream you panic purchased last week? Thankful forContinue reading “For Parents and Everyone Else Struggling at Home: Operation Letter of The Day”

The Learning Never Stops: A Plan For The Pandemic

TGIF and congrats on making it through the first week of Social Distancing while we are actively experiencing the trauma of a pandemic! It’s been a rough week for all of us and I purposely waited to write this post until I could begin to understand and process what is happening to all of us,Continue reading “The Learning Never Stops: A Plan For The Pandemic”

Meg Speaks to Drexel Students

On Friday, January 19, Meg spent a memorable afternoon teaching a course at Drexel University. The topic of the course was Practicing Emotional Competence. Meg discussed emotional intelligence and the value of understanding what that means to students, especially as they enter the workplace. She presented a number of activities she has developed to helpContinue reading “Meg Speaks to Drexel Students”

Youth Coaching Institute

Meghan is honored to be the recipient of a scholarship to the Youth Coaching Institute and is looking forward to becoming a Board Certified Coach (BCC) later this year. For the next thirty weeks, Meghan will hone her coaching skills. Be sure to check back for updates and insights as her training begins.  

WSJ Women of Note Launch

On a snowy Wednesday night in December, I headed to NYC for cocktails, canapés, and conversation at the WSJ Women of Note launch event, held in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center. The city was blanketed in a fresh coat of snow as we met and mingled with other network members. Bestselling authorContinue reading “WSJ Women of Note Launch”

After You Write A Book, You Have a Party

And we did! Meghan and Roberta launched Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Throughout the Lifespan to the public on December 12, 2014 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Philadelphia Salvage Annex in Bryn Mawr, PA. More than 80 friends, colleagues and clients came out to celebrate the publication of the book. The folks at Philly SalvageContinue reading “After You Write A Book, You Have a Party”

Volunteering at the Philly Marathon

We were back at the waterstop again this year and enjoying every minute of it! It was a gorgeous day, with weather conditions perfect for running — and volunteering. While we may not run the 26.2 miles of the Philadelphia Marathon, we are up and out early to support all of those who do. TheContinue reading “Volunteering at the Philly Marathon”

WSJ Women of Note

Things have been so busy lately that I have not had a chance to share the latest exciting news… I have been recognized by the Wall Street Journal as a “Woman of Note”. I am both thrilled and honored to be part of such an amazing group. I’m looking forward to sharing the details ofContinue reading “WSJ Women of Note”