When many people hear the word “supremacy,” they instantly think of white hoods and the KKK. This is certainly one aspect of supremacy, but it’s not the whole story. To truly understand supremacy, we also need to understand its connection to power and privilege.
The single best piece of career advice that I have ever received is always spend less than you make. Why? Because doing so will ultimately give you freedom.
To lift myself up, and to keep myself strong to the work of fighting hate, I focus on cultivating my personal power.
I live by what I call the I Don’t Give an F Plan—and if you want to feel free, unencumbered, and empowered, this is the plan for you too.
Many of us want to live better and make big changes in our lives, but few of us know how to make it happen. Especially significant, lasting change. We yearn for things to be different, but we don’t know how to get there.
What if, instead of chasing a version of love we’ve envisioned, we focused on cultivating our own authenticity? Watch this week’s video to find out why I believe authenticity is the key to unlocking true love.
What separates the people who are very successful in reaching their goals from the people who aren’t? In my experience, it comes down to one quality: being relentless in the pursuit of excellence.
I may not be diffusing political fraud and murders, but I do share Olivia Pope’s grit and intensity when it comes to one skill in particular: solving interpersonal conflict.
Fear holds us back. It causes us to self-censor, push down our authenticity, hesitate to reach for opportunities, and more. The good news is that moments of fear are a perfect opportunity to practice the power of self-coaching.
What would happen if you slowed down and took a deliberate pause before speaking?
With a bit of intention, we can create a social media ecosystem that works for us, not against us.
As a woman of color, I’ve also been forced to think about how I claim physical space in my professional life.
When you can't be your authentic self with someone in your life, it might be time to draw boundaries or to move on.
When you hate your job, it can be tempting to aim for a quick transition out. But slowing it down and following these steps is key to finding a job you’ll love.
There is a lot of talk these days about bias tied to cultural identities like race and gender—but for many people it’s unclear what bias is, how it works, and where it shows up.
Belonging actually isn’t about fitting in, which some of us mistakenly believe it to be—it’s about being accepted for who we are.
As Indian women, if we want to be happy and fulfilled, we must stop living for our parents and start living for ourselves.