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9 Ways Podcasts Amplify Your Life

Most mornings you’ll find me, earbuds in on my commute, soaking up the latest podcast. Of course, at An Independent Maven, we’re all about amplifying our options… 570 more words


Somewhere in the middle: Mentors

I’m very lucky to have several people in my life that I consider mentors. They’re the people that I call when I need to talk through big life decisions and who I turn to when I want to share an interesting article or random intellectual thought.. 804 more words

Somewhere In The Middle

Manage Up: The Truth Behind Mentoring Your Boss

When I was my early 30s, I reached a point in my career I never expected: the point where I was advised to manage up. 1,268 more words

3 Key Steps to Initial Contact for Real Estate Agents

This topic was a specific request from a new real estate agent, and is the number one thing I see my new agents struggle with in our business. 1,081 more words


Liberating mentoring

Serene spacious change.

Too many tabs open, too many demands, too much clutter in our brains – let alone our lives – can be overwhelming, stressful, and demotivating.  600 more words


Tuesday Thoughts: Be THAT Person

It’s about to get real feels-y in this piece. I started this blog because, for some crazy reason, I think by sharing my story, my struggles, my triumphs, and my knowledge, I’ll be able to help someone. 674 more words


#BookReview: Mentoring Programs That Work

One of my research projects I am currently working focuses on professional mentoring, specifically mentoring experiences for professional learning and development offered by professional organizations/associations. Over the past couple of years, I have been fortunate to speak with a number of higher education professionals who have been part of a formal mentoring program, either as a mentor or a learner (a.k. 1,296 more words