Written by Katelyn Peters, Townsquared and a Riveter Member On Thursday, July 20th, the Townsquared Seattle community gathered to hear from Seattle policymakers and activists at The Riveter, a co-working space built to empower women. Small business owners learned about ways the small business community can participate in the prevention [...]
“Don’t mistake movement for achievement. It’s easy to get faked out by being busy. The question is: Busy doing what?” – Jim Rohn How do you plan to chill out this weekend? Remember that taking care of yourself is an important piece to the puzzle; allowing you to rest and [...]
The Third Pillar of Internalized Sexism is The Child’s Role The foundational mythology of structural sexism is that there are only two gender roles available, male and female, and of those two --men are the grown ups in charge of society and women are the children not yet ready for [...]
The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities. Stephen Covey I'm not a fan of re-inventing the wheel. However, I am a fan of re-imagining how the wheel can be used. What I'm about to share with you came out of a coaching [...]
https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_gilbert_success_failure_and_the_drive_to_keep_creating When was the last time you experienced success, that tingly, butterflies in your stomach feeling of expansion? When was the last time you experienced failure, that heavy, pit in your stomach feeling of loss? August is upon us and some of us will be saying good-bye to summer [...]
ReBoot Seattle helps professional women get back to work after taking a career break by helping them to become current, confident and connected. Learn more about ReBoot Seattle and the incredible work Nancy and Sarah are doing.
Mindfulness is a word we hear tossed around often these days. A discipline used in hospitals, schools, prisons, and more and more frequently – the workplace. The benefits are staggering, but what exactly is mindfulness, and how do you actually practice?
Riveter member Carrie Jones is a connecter. She enjoys bringing people together both personally and professionally and is a huge believer in the power of community. In her words, community is what makes us human.
We invest a lot in our personal relationships - we seek out people who will make a positive imprint on our lives, who help us to become better individuals, or fulfill our potential.
The Riveter is thrilled to host Lean In Seattle's intimate conversation with Sheryl Sandberg on Tuesday, May 16 before her sold-out presentation at Seattle’s Moore Theater. Sheryl is coming to town as part of her tour for her new book, Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy.