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My Published Articles on LinkedIn

Article 1 - Introduction to the NEC Framework:


Article 2 - Goal attainment is where we fall short:

Article 3 - Pausing long enough to set your coordinates before moving into Action:


Article 4 - Branding online and in person post pandemic:

Article 5 - How to craft a unique brand message:

Article 6 - Shopping your brand and the importance of feedback:


Article 7 - Creating a personal board of directors (PBoD):

Article 8 - What excites you and gives you energy? Go there!:

Article 9 - Set your intentions for the new year - Find what motivates you?:

Article 10 - It's a new year, but is it a new you?


Article 11 - How can the NEC framework help you?

Article 12 - Unconscious or conscious, it's still bias

Article 13 - Define what success means

Article 14 - Reconsider self advocacy

Article 15 - Your dress code will bring you a splash of confidence

Article 16 - Have you identified your allies?
Article 17 - What motivates you matters

  • Before stepping into risk taking, spend time reflecting on your own personal reasons WHY.  Jennifer has helped many multicultural professionals figure out what makes them feel alive and awaken by using Ikigai as her template. To support more professionals, she has created a digital course called Unlocking Your Inner Leader: 

  • Ikigai is a Japanese concept that roughly translates to "a reason for being" or "a reason to wake up in the morning." It represents the intersection of what you love, what you are good at, what the world needs, and what you can be paid for. In essence, it's the convergence of passion, mission, vocation, and profession. Finding one's ikigai is often seen as the key to a fulfilling and meaningful life, where individuals can experience a sense of purpose, satisfaction, and joy

  • Brene Brown’s book “Daring Greatly”, is about the power of vulnerability and courage in our lives. Brown explores how embracing vulnerability allows us to live more authentically, connect more deeply with others, and lead more fulfilling lives. She discusses how vulnerability is not a sign of weakness, but rather a measure of courage and strength. 

  • Tara Brach's book "Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With the Heart of a Buddha" discusses the Buddhist teachings with mindfulness and psychology to offer guidance on how to navigate difficult emotions and experiences with compassion and acceptance. She explores how the RAIN technique- Recognize, Allow, Investigate, and Nurture - to apply in our daily lives to overcome fear, shame, and self-judgment, and to embrace our true selves with greater kindness.

  • Marshall Rosenberg’s book “Nonviolent Communication,” how to ask for what we want, how to hear others even in disagreement, and how to move toward solutions that work for all that support living a life of compassion, collaboration, courage, and authenticity.

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