There is an old saying that youth is wasted on the young.

Caroline Simmons did not get that message because this lady has done more in her 35 years than many have over a 65-plus year lifetime! Her latest feat? Becoming the first female mayor of Stamford, Connecticut.

She’s kicking butt, taking names and bringing lots of women with her! Listen now in the latest episode of the Think Tank of Three Podcast.
Continue Reading Navigating Politics & Life with Mayor Caroline Simmons – Episode #60

We’ve all heard the phrase, do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. But we’ve all got to pay the piper at some point and so often, work we love is not aligned with our job.

But what if no matter where you worked, you worked from your strengths? What if you were able to cultivate work into something that not only got you paid but also sat firmly within your sweet spot?

In this new episode of the Think Tank of Three podcast, Allison Tivnon shares insights on cultivating a career, putting your best strengths forward, and taking chances that are well worth the risks.

Continue Reading Just Take The Step with Allison Tivnon – Episode #54

You know how people say, “think positively”, there is actually something to that. But you can’t just say it, you have to whole body do it. Michelle Hutchison breaks down the science and the spirituality behind helping us rewire our minds for a healthier, stronger self!

Continue Reading Rewire Your Mind with Michelle Hutchison – Episode #46

This last year has been heavy. A global pandemic, political division, racial tension.

And did we mention the pandemic?

Today, Think Tank of Three is hitting the reset button.

You don’t always get to do that in life, but when you have a podcast for women, by women, you get to practice what you preach. And there is nothing we preach more than turning inward when you need it.

No matter how you look at it, the lows, the highs, we’ve all faced changes and challenges. But we’re still here and we’re here together.
Continue Reading Pandemic Podcast Reset – Episode #44

Dayna's headshotGuest Blog by Dayna Schmidt-Johnson, Worth Advisor, Visibility Strategist & Digital Content Marketer.

Getting a job offer is a great feeling. You’ve spent a lot of time getting to this point: countless applications, a few interviews, and probably more than one disappointment along the way.

Ideally, you are getting exactly what you hoped for. But more often than not, there’s money or other benefits you are leaving on the table.

Here are six reasons you didn’t negotiate your last job offer – and how to make sure you don’t make that mistake again.
Continue Reading Six Reasons You Didn’t Negotiate Your Last Job Offer

Giving feedback can be hard and it can be scary. It can be especially awkward when giving peer to peer feedback.

As leaders, we might be comfortable with talking to direct supports but offering feedback to peers can be uncomfortable.

Do you ever find yourself questioning whether it’s your job to give feedback?

Should it come from you?

Should it come from your boss?

Will it be well received coming from you?

Or will it hurt the relationship?

Giving feedback is a critical skill in the professional setting and one that when used effectively can help build trust and effectiveness with your peers. But how?

How do we offer necessary feedback when we’re not the boss?

Continue Reading Giving Feedback Even When Uncomfortable

In your career, are you at the decision making table?

Do you know how to GET that seat at the table?

Research tells us that when women are politically and socially engaged, societies are more peaceful and prosperous.

So how do we get there? Today on the Think Tank of Three we have a special guest, Kela Hall, to help us claim our seats at the decision making table.

Continue Reading How to Claim Your Seat at the Table with Kela Hall – Episode #14