Rising Together

Life is good. I have an amazing husband, a beautiful daughter, and wonderful friends who love and accept me for who I am. They remind me to laugh at myself and they don’t let me wallow in the muck too long. They know I have a hard time asking for help and offer it to me whether I seem to want it or not.

As a full-time working mother, wife and blogger (not always in that order) I often move through my days  only seeing what is right in front of me.  Well, life doesn’t happen in a straight line, it happens all around us, and there are nights I lay my head down and wonder what I missed seeing that day.

I write this knowing that I am not alone. Each of our lives is unique, yet the questions we have and the challenges we face as women are Subversive not.

Are you just starting out in your career or starting up a new business? Looking to expand your scope and influence in a cheap nfl jerseys well established career? Seeking a new opportunity to make a difference? wichtig Wondering about workplace dynamics or chasing the mythical balance between work wholesale jerseys and life? Wrestling with an issue and in need of a new perspective? Wanting to expand your influence or enhance your leadership?

Welcome to Women of HR, a place for 7 women to share information, discuss issues that cheap MLB jerseys impact our lives, and find a sense of community and collaboration. Who couldn’t use a little community and collaboration in their lives?

There are lots of things that I don’t know but there is one thing that I know for sure – I can’t do this on my own. The times I’ve reached Cleveland Browns jerseys out to others or allowed others to help me, I have been propelled forward much farther than I ever would have been able to go on my own.

We have places to go, people to Sicklerville see, glass ceilings to break, women to support, and MEND lives to live fully. We are stars B.Tech and we are rising. Let’s rise together.

Hat tip to Mark Stelzner for “rising together”

About the Author

Lisa Rosendahl

Lisa is an astute Human Resources leader with more than 18 years of professional human resources experience with expertise in leading people, inspiring commitment and managing change. A former Army officer, Lisa is also a wife, mother, speaker and writer and authors a personal blog at lisarosendahl.com.

6 Comments

Lisa Rosendahl

Andrea I am running right behind you and I bet we should stop chasing and start enjoying more – what do you say?

Debbie, I am so thrilled you are part of this and am still kicking myself for rushing to the airport in Chicago – next time, not!

Recruiterlaura, welcome and thanks for the comment. Hang on for a great ride!

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Debbie Brown

Great Post Lisa, excited to help each other think and grow in new ways!

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Andrea Ballard

What a great post. I am so looking forward to this blog. “Chasing the mythical balance between work and life…” what a great phrase!

Having enough time to accomplish the things I want to get done at work, and having enough energy and time for family and myself at the end of the day…that’s the balance I am chasing. Looking forward to the conversation here to help me.

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Cindy

You just inspired me for my next post! This is great. I really can’t wait to see this blog blossom and it won’t take long.

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