I was ten years old in the Summer of ’88, and like every other ten-year-old in Phoenix I was going to spend my day at the pool. The pool in our apartment complex didn’t have a diving board, so I decided to ride my bike down to the public pool. It only cost fifty cents […]

No. Two letters that end up creating a world of chaos. If you tell a customer “No”, there’s a good chance they’re going to a different provider, escalate a ticket, or talk to your manager. None of those options are ideal. So here are some options when you need to say no, without actually saying […]

Recently I learned that it is truly a waste of time to try and save time by multitasking. Studies have proven it actually adds time as our brains switch back and forth from one thing to another. All the switching means it may take up to 40% more time to complete tasks because we keep […]

This past spring, I blogged about women in the past who have made contributions to the field of technology. The ambitious, bravery and determination of these women set the stage for women today. I also started a series of interviews will brilliant women who I personally know, who no matter what technology-related field they’re in, are […]

cu·ri·ous /ˈkyo͝orēəs/ adjective: curious;  • eager to know or learn something.   I have always been a curious person. I love finding out all the things!!  To be curious for me means that I like to investigate all of the options that I have to get my job done in an as efficient way as possible.  It’s […]

Do you struggle with maintaining an appropriate and healthy balance between work and family life? If so, you’re not alone. Whether you’re a single, working parent, a married person with a flourishing career, a student, or a stay-at-home mom or dad (or any combination or variation of these), chances are you find yourself torn between your […]

I hope the title didn’t freak you out! It’s based on the book series “The Five Love Languages” by Gary Chapman. If you’ve never read it before, I highly encourage it. The book explains how all humans are different in some type of way and everyone has their own love language. These languages include ” […]

Welcome back to my series on Conscious Leadership! In this series, I’m going to summarize some key principles from a book I read earlier this year: The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman, and Kaley Warner Klemp. With this series, I hope to shed some light on the fast moving trend that is Conscious […]

Earlier this spring we had a blog competition here at Isos. Really, the competition was limitless. You could write on basically whatever you liked in the realm of technology, even vlog if your heart so desires.  If you’ve read my previous posts, you can see I dug up noteworthy contributors to technology, all who were […]

The saying “Stop and smell the roses”. It’s an oldie but a goodie!  Maybe we have all heard it so much it lost its true meaning.  Of course we all know what it means, but I really never paid attention to the deeper meaning of it, until more recently in my life. I’m sure it’s […]