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How I build deeper friendships (and so can you)

I started my week off with a 4-hour lunch with one of my besties, Jen Kem. I love that we live just 3 miles from each other and can connect in person for long leisurely lunches. We both run companies and we’re raising families, so we can talk about sooooo much. In one conversation we […]

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“Building Deeper Friendships” with Jadah Sellner

How do you cultivate deeper, stronger, more meaningful relationships in your life? I get asked this question a lot, especially when people choose the unconventional path of being a business owner. As founders, we can feel very isolated and lonely at times. And as humans, we have a deep desire to build a supportive community […]

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when you feel like opting out

Quick Q for you, Do you ever feel like throwing in the towel? For me, this summer has been a really emotional time. There were moments where I wanted to opt out of everything. But instead, I opted out of some things, not #allthethings. I slowed down my Instagram posts, I took a pause on […]

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My biggest heartbreak this summer

Today, I have something personal to share with you. 10 months ago I started unpacking the next book that was stirring in my soul. My book journey led me to my origin story. The parts of my past that built my resilience and desire to create more love in the world. 6 months ago I […]

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the downside of growing a business

Do you find yourself wondering… Am I doing enough? Am I using my time wisely? Am I focusing on the right projects? Am I setting the right goals? Most of all… Am I doing what I need to do to build a sustainable, meaningful business? Or am I headed straight for burnout? After being an […]

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📅 Save the date for October 8!

I’m popping into your inbox today with some great news! If you felt like you been playing instead of slaying your to do list all summer (hello #vacationmode!), we’re about to change that. I have a quick Q for you… Is this slowing you down? 1) You’re doing all-the-things yourself, and you know you need […]

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This has to change…

Here’s what I believe… REPRESENTATION MATTERS. I speak on stages around the world. And many times I’m one of the few women, and usually the only person of color. My father is African American. My mother is half Chinese and half Caucasian. There is a strong pull to tell my story, to uplift others, and […]

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