Tag Archives: business women

I Know How She Does It | Insights from Icelandic Biz Woman

What is success?  How do you gain success? Can women have both career & a family life? Check out this my interview with Thordis Loa Thorhallsdottir, a public sector executive who turned her live 360°and is today running her international … Continue reading

Personal Branding & Your Business Card

SHOW YOUR BRAND ATTRIBUTES IN YOUR BUSINESS CARD I’ve got a little secret to share with you!  If you ever thought your business card was just  a small piece of paper with your professional contact information, you are missing out … Continue reading

Personal Branding & Your E-Mail Behavior

HOW YOUR E-MAIL BEHAVIOR IS BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND Your personal brand is about the feeling you leave behind, or as Jeff Bezos CEO Amazon said so memorably: “Your Brand is What People Say About You When You’re Not in … Continue reading

Five tips to get killer results when attending a conference

ATTENDING A CONFERENCE I’m currently, like around 1000 other professional women worldwide, planning my journey to attend the Global Summit of Women this time held in Athens, Greece at the end of May. Attending an international conference is an event … Continue reading

Boys are smarter than girls! | Gender Equality

“RUNA, BOYS ARE MORE INTELLIGENT THAN GIRLS!” I could not believe my ears when I heard that statement from my 18 year old cousin  the other day.  My first thought was: “OMG… after all the work, talk, blood sweat and … Continue reading

Communicating Your Brand

When you Show Your Uniqueness.. … when you know your passions, visions, missions, and can pitch your personal brand statement with confidence and style, that’s when people around you start to pay close attention to who you are and what … Continue reading

Are you importing other people’s limitations?

It’s time to decide: Are you a MACRO or MICRO thinker? – TWEET THIS! I’m a sucker for the  TEDxWomen video’s.  Recently I listened to the reporter Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on TEDxWomen where she argues that women running all types … Continue reading