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The Truth Teller: Entering the Danger

by Ali Stieglbauer

Sue was honored be featured in the James J. Hill Center blog as part of their celebration of Women’s History Month. We are grateful for the wonderful work the Center does to further women in business and business in our state. Read the full interview below.  How did your entrepreneurial journey begin? My entrepreneurial journey began in 5th My best friend…

Ali StieglbauerThe Truth Teller: Entering the Danger
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Chasing Perfection in Lake Minnetonka Magazine

by Ali Stieglbauer

Sue and Ali were recently featured in Lake Minnetonka Magazine! Together they discuss Chasing Perfection and their experience writing the book as a mother-daughter team. Check out the full article below.  Sue Hawkes, a natural entrepreneur since she started a business in fifth grade, has a passion for sharing her talents to help others achieve their best. Together with her…

Ali StieglbauerChasing Perfection in Lake Minnetonka Magazine
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11 Expert Tips to Help Put an End to Self-Judgments

by Ali Stieglbauer

Sue shares her input on the Brit + Co. blog. Read the full post below! The only thing worse than feeling crummy is feeling crummy about feeling crummy. We’ve all been there — angry with an S.O. after a fight that started over something admittedly silly (those dishes in the sink are so annoying, though), then saddled with an extra layer of frustration because we hate…

Ali Stieglbauer11 Expert Tips to Help Put an End to Self-Judgments
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3 Ways Unmasking Vulnerability Makes Business Leaders Stronger

by Ali Stieglbauer

Originally published in 30 Seconds blog. A company’s workers look to their leaders for answers, but sometimes those in charge are reluctant to take off their superhero mask and reveal they don’t have those answers. Instead, they’re full of questions about themselves. All humans are vulnerable, but many bosses try to hide it, fearing it indicates weakness. Leadership expert and author Sue Hawkes says…

Ali Stieglbauer3 Ways Unmasking Vulnerability Makes Business Leaders Stronger
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Podcast: Workplace Health Across Generations

by Ali Stieglbauer

Sue was honored to be interviewed on American Indian Living radio to discuss topics in her new book, Chasing Perfection. She shares how clear communication is the key to working across generations and how to come together around a common “why.” Listen here.

Ali StieglbauerPodcast: Workplace Health Across Generations
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Create Space to Have Space to Create

by Sue Hawkes

Originally published in the New York Daily News Without space, we feel cramped. I frequently travel for business and when I sit in my seat with my arms tucked into my allotted area it becomes uncomfortable to the point that my mind won’t relax or think about much else. My perspective, thoughts, and feelings are hampered because of the restraint.…

Sue HawkesCreate Space to Have Space to Create
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Why Women In Retail Struggle With Work-Life Balance

by Ali Stieglbauer

Retail Touch Points recently interviewed Sue about work-life balance for female professionals, specifically in the retail industry. Read the article below and learn what makes Sue hopeful about the future and what we as women can do now while we work for things to change. Work-life balance is top-of-mind for many people, whether they’re white- or blue-collar employees, males or…

Ali StieglbauerWhy Women In Retail Struggle With Work-Life Balance
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4 Tips For Blending Generations Into The Workplace

by Ali Stieglbauer

Sue’s article below has been featured in many media outlets including Young Upstarts, WE Magazine, Manning Live, Color Magazine, Greater Diversity News, and Newsmax. “A divided country” is a prevalent theme in America today, and simultaneously many business leaders find the need for their employees to work well together has never been more important – or perhaps more challenging. For the first…

Ali Stieglbauer4 Tips For Blending Generations Into The Workplace
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“The Price of Business” Interview: Is Balance B.S.?

by Ali Stieglbauer

Is work-life balance B.S.? We think so, and Sue shared her thoughts with radio host Kevin Price on his show, “The Price of Business.” In this episode Sue shares how we can better achieve work-life balance by being more thoughtful about what we say “yes” and “no” to and aligning it toward our larger life and business goals. Listen to…

Ali Stieglbauer“The Price of Business” Interview: Is Balance B.S.?
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The Importance of “Thank You”

by Ali Stieglbauer

‘Tis the season to say “thank you!” During this season of giving and gratitude, saying “thank you” is on top of most people’s minds. Handwritten notes, however, are happening less and less often. Sue shares with Star Tribune reporter Gail Rosenblum why handwritten notes are so important and why they’ve never go out of style. Read the full article here. 

Ali StieglbauerThe Importance of “Thank You”