Juneteenth: Looking Back to Look Forward

How It Started On June 19th, 1865, Union troops arrived in Galveston, TX, to announce the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln. Of course, Lincoln had actually signed the proclamation two and a half years earlier, and speculation remains to this day as to why it took so long for the message to […]

Critical Race Theory in K-12 Education

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Critical Race Theory in the K-12 school setting is a fireball topic right now, but why? It’s not new, and it’s not widely practiced in classrooms right now. So why the uproar? And if it’s not widely taught, should it be?  First Things First: A Solid Definition  When people talk about Critical Race Theory (CRT), […]

A Resource Guide for New Leaders

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Author: Chloe Andersen – LTHJ Global Consultant There are so many tips out there for new leaders. Just do a quick Google search, and you will find seemingly infinite lists of tips and tricks, mistakes to avoid, and potential pitfalls. It can be completely overwhelming.  You will need to think about a lot of things […]

King 5 News: How Managers Can Support Teams in Times of Uncertainty

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The issue of mental health isn’t just personal. It plays a role in business too. How can managers better support their times during times of uncertainty and stress? It starts with recognizing that your team is not okay. That likely, you are not okay either. TRANSCRIPT: Lindsey first, can you just start by telling me, […]

Money Moxy Podcast: Embracing Failure in Your Business

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How we embrace failure depends on how we frame failure in society. What if I told you that our societal fear of failure is a system of white supremacist culture? To succeed in anti-racism work and in your business, you need to accept failure, not fear it.

Moonshots Podcast with Naveen Jain: Healing Trauma

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Healing from trauma is lifelong work, but it can help create a better world. Past trauma locks us into boxes with worldviews that can be harmful to ourselves. What can we do to move past it? TRANSCRIPT: Welcome to another episode of Moonshot. As you know, every week we bring amazing guest. These amazing guests […]

GSBA Rapid Response: Self-Care During a Pandemic

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COVID-19 has impacted us all. The mental, physical, and emotional impact has felt much like the stages of grief. But, we’re in a different stage now than we were a year ago. How should your self-care change accordingly now, and over the next 12-18 months? Lindsey takes a deep dive into self-care, both on a […]

Moonshots Podcast with Naveen Jain: When to Burn it Down


When someone puts you in a box, it’s time to burn it down. TRANSCRIPT: All these things… But you’re not perfect anymore? I’m not perfect anymore, right. But I’m perfectly me right? And all these things that we challenge that little girls are not meant to be, oh I said, get that out of here. […]

Moonshots Podcast with Naveen Jain: 3 Steps to Shape a New World


To shape a new you is to help shape a new world. It starts the moment you decide to start living your life. TRANSCRIPT: Can you give us three takeaways? When you stop caring what people think and start living your life, there’s nothing but potential. So basically, fall in love with yourself and that’s […]