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A Writer’s Journey: 5 Lessons I’ve Learned So Far - By Courtney Hartmann
Courtney Hartmann

Hello SOTGC community, Let me tell you something about being a writer: If you are in it for the money, you will never find the joy that writing can bring. The money may come, big stress on the “may.” The hope is that there will be a big payoff and your writing will be the greatest piece of work t… Read More

 
Public Speaking: The Power of Your Voice Can Unlock Your Greatest Potential! - By Dorothy Montgomery
Dorothy Montgomery

Hello SOTGC community, You’ve heard it many times, the number one fear in life isn’t death—it’s public speaking, but what if by becoming a public speaker you could reach your greatest potential? Breakthrough practices like learning to speak publically can change your life. “If you can do we… Read More

 
Move Out of Your Comfort Zone … I Did! - By Corinna Klawon
Corinna Klawon

Hello SOTGC community, In my job I am fortunate enough to travel quite a bit, and, occasionally, there is that one trip where I will fly out on my own. So, imagine a girl all by herself in a new city with nobody to lean on or, even worse, has to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner by herself. Unti… Read More

 
Flannel Fever: Can You Feel The Heat?- By Ellina Cho
Ellina Cho

Hello SOTGC community, Flannels aren’t only for the lumberjacks! This fall, flannels are making a come back in full force. Not only will they keep you warm, they can also be styled to be chic and edgy. The great thing is that they are also extremely comfortable! You can pair them with legging… Read More

 
Monthly Must Have: Come Help ConnectMed Make A Difference In The Lives of Children
Marney Reid

Hello SOTGC community, Today we want to raise awareness to a wonderful charity gala coming up that our SOTGC Women In Medicine honoree (Dr. Amanda Gosman) and her non profit organization are hosting. ConnectMed is a non-profit organization founded by pediatric plastic surgeon Dr. Amanda Gosman… Read More

 
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A Writer’s Journey: 5 Lessons I’ve Learned So Far – By Courtney Hartmann

Hello SOTGC community, Let me tell you something about being a writer: If you are in it for the money, you will never find the joy that writing can bring. The money may come, big stress on the “may.” The hope is that there will be a big payoff and your writing will be the greatest piece of work that anyone has ever written, but the reality is, that if you are solely in it for the money, you … [Read More...]

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Public Speaking: The Power of Your Voice Can Unlock Your Greatest Potential! – By Dorothy Montgomery

Hello SOTGC community, You’ve heard it many times, the number one fear in life isn’t death—it’s public speaking, but what if by becoming a public speaker you could reach your greatest potential? Breakthrough practices like learning to speak publically can change your life. “If you can do well what so many others do marginally, then you will be more successful,” says Mark M. Tamer, author of … [Read More...]

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Move Out of Your Comfort Zone … I Did! – By Corinna Klawon

Hello SOTGC community, In my job I am fortunate enough to travel quite a bit, and, occasionally, there is that one trip where I will fly out on my own. So, imagine a girl all by herself in a new city with nobody to lean on or, even worse, has to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner by herself. Until a recent trip, I dreaded these trips. I was worried about what people will think, or even having to … [Read More...]

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Flannel Fever: Can You Feel The Heat?- By Ellina Cho

Hello SOTGC community, Flannels aren’t only for the lumberjacks! This fall, flannels are making a come back in full force. Not only will they keep you warm, they can also be styled to be chic and edgy. The great thing is that they are also extremely comfortable! You can pair them with leggings, jeans, tights, skirts, etc. The possibilities are endless. You can be warm during the fall and winter … [Read More...]

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Monthly Must Have: Come Help ConnectMed Make A Difference In The Lives of Children

Hello SOTGC community, Today we want to raise awareness to a wonderful charity gala coming up that our SOTGC Women In Medicine honoree (Dr. Amanda Gosman) and her non profit organization are hosting. ConnectMed is a non-profit organization founded by pediatric plastic surgeon Dr. Amanda Gosman to provide reconstructive surgeries to children and adults around the world who suffer from … [Read More...]

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Handbag of the Ready-Right-Now Woman: 15 Things You Should Never Leave Home Without – By Cobi Collins

Hello SOTGC community, Do you have a handle on your purse? You know, the contents are neatly nestled in their place and quickly accessible with the feel of your fingers. Not the giant single pocket carpet bag that requires a storage shelf close by and flashlight to find what's needed on a moment's notice. Okay, I promise not to judge if you may not be the queen of organized handbags because … [Read More...]

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How to Use Cancer as a Source of Inspiration – By Justina Tseng, M.D.

Hello SOTGC community, If you feel uninspired these days to stay committed to your health regimen, let me share a recent experience leading me to take pause, exercise self-forgiveness for the recent complacency towards my personal health regimen and gratefully embrace the opportunity to recommit to daily lifestyle choices. Hopefully, it will inspire you to do the same. In the midst of a busy … [Read More...]

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We Could All Take Marketing Lessons from Coca-Cola – By Connie Pheiff

Hello SOTGC community, The name Coca-Cola is ubiquitous, one of the most famous brands ever. Even people all over the world recognize the name and the logo. It’s a name like Kleenex or Xerox, so pervasive that the brand name becomes the generic description of a variety of items. Yet, Coke still spends millions of dollars each year marketing their soft drink. You would think for most of us we … [Read More...]

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Performance or Achievement : Which One Gets You to the Top Faster? – By Liz Lawrence, MA, LPC-S

Hello SOTGC community, As a recovering overachieving perfectionist, I battle with managing to get it perfect and achieving the goal healthfully. I grew up being trained in the art of overachievement. It started in the gifted and talented subclasses some friends and I were put into in elementary school; it continued as I trained to compete in gymnastics and received “free money” for college. In … [Read More...]

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3 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Mentor – By Maria Psihogios

Hello SOTGC community, You may recall a time from your childhood when a certain someone in your life had a particularly special effect or impact on you; all you thought to yourself was “I want to be just like them when I grow up!” Now you are all grown up, but being the dynamic person that you are, you are still evolving every day. Whether it be a new career path you are embarking on, the … [Read More...]