Your Bad Kid Doesn’t Make You a Bad Mom

Your Bad Kid Doesn’t Make You a Bad Mom

You have just received your first phone call, the one every mother dreads and hopes to never have to answer. The preschool wants you to know that your child is hitting or biting or kicking. That little guy or girl, who has never shown this behavior before, has apparently turned into the class tyrant.

It was in kindergarten when my daughter demonstrated her prowess in tormenting others. I dropped this sweet, little dressed up diva at her elementary school and all was going relatively well for the first few months. Then I received my first phone call. She had kicked a little boy. This led to discussion, punishment, and resolution.

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How Can You Raise Great Girls? Darlene’s Daughters Tell All

How Can You Raise Great Girls? Darlene’s Daughters Tell All

Can you raise great girls? Author Darlene Brock's daughters share what it was like being raised by her to be confident and capable, perfection not required. Listen now!

You will hear firsthand from Darlene and her daughters the successes and failures that led to them becoming the adults they are today! Julie interviews Darlene, Loren, and Chelsea about their experience with their busy working mom, and how she instilled the grit and grace in them needed to become strong women who see their mom as one of their very best friends.

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Why You Should Build a Powerful Diverse Team

Why You Should Build a Powerful Diverse Team

During my years in the music business, it became abundantly clear to me that to achieve what we wanted to accomplish, we had to have a diverse team to succeed. One would have thought the talent displayed in the musicians was all that was required. A great song easily found success, right? While it was true their abilities were the ones most evident to success, it was also the collection of all the team players that enabled us to flourish. When the individual talents were gathered and merged, it often reminded me of a big successful party. The end of the planning, execution, and delivery told all: either everyone had a good time, or if some part of the plan failed, the party bombed.

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