Latest Creative Journey Blog Posts

  • Everyone learns differently, which makes it important for managers to identify each employee’s learning style. Whether a worker is a kinesthetic, auditory, or visual learner will determine the optimal method to use when training them. Failure to do this could mean underutilizing or overlooking talent that exists within our organization.

  • Everyone has their own unique preferences, habits, and strategies for getting work done. These range from small things—like you can’t concentrate without ambient noise—to bigger ones—like you’d rather sit in a two-hour presentation about a topic than read a 50-page report about it. The better you know your personal work

  • According to Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences , everybody has different types of learning styles to help them comprehend new information. There are 8 learning styles in total, ranging from visual to auditory and more. As a presenter, it’s important to have a good understanding of each of these

  • It's tempting to try to pin down one "perfect" way of learning. But it can also be dangerous. Everyone's approach to learning is based on a complex mix of strengths and preferences. And we absorb and apply new concepts, skills and information in different ways at different times. So, however

  • Just as in the classroom, you will encounter various learning styles in the workplace. That’s largely because people differ in how they prefer to receive information. By better understanding learning styles at work, however, you can communicate more effectively — especially when training someone on a new procedure or helping

  • Article It’s no secret that some of the most successful companies today are the ones that have fostered a diverse workforce. Over the years, studies have shown businesses that bring together people of different backgrounds, perspectives and talents result in a competitive edge and even higher profits. While gender and

  • “Simple, genuine goodness is the best capital to found the business of this life upon. It lasts when fame and money fail, and is the only riches we can take out of this world with us.” ― Louisa May Alcott There was a freedom which settled over me when I

  • Things have drastically changed for women in the past few decades. Not only do women now make up 50% of the workforce, (1) but they are also starting to play an increasingly important role in managing their household’s finances. Gone are the days when husbands were the only ones in

  • Women are bearing a tremendous financial burden during the pandemic, primarily because of leaving the workforce, by choice or by force. The Associated Press spoke with Suze Orman, personal finance expert and author of the podcast Women & Money, about how women can survive and emerge from this period. Responses

  • Any wellness expert will tell you that the journey to wholeness is just that, a journey. And while we may want an easy and quick fix to wellness, what we actually need are long term solutions to sustain our journeys. The same principle can be applied to your finances. Achieving

  • If you are trying to save money on a low income, it can feel like a challenge. But don't let a low income stand between you and your savings goals! You should not feel like you absolutely have to put these on goals, such as retirement or a home down

  • While you can’t quantify success or the precise skills that lead to it, for women working our way to the top, we know that it takes something different to reach a position of professional leadership. But in order to compensate for the disadvantage that comes with being outsiders to the

  • Over the past two decades, I have specialized in advising women in moments of transition. This has given me the unique opportunity to observe women’s financial practices and attitudes during the window in which they are most open and most vulnerable. Oftentimes, this change happens as a result of divorce;

  • I’ve spoken to numerous people and the mantra across the board seems the same: they don’t want to go back to their jobs and lives pre-coronavirus pause. They have discovered something wonderful: an opportunity for growth and healing, and a desire to change course. One client cried, “I love the