May 23, 2019
Jennifer welcomes author, consultant, and professor of strategy, Helen Rothberg, Ph.D. Helen bartended in New York City throughout her academic career and gained invaluable experience that she was able to transfer to a career in business consulting. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, small technology start-ups, and nonprofit organizations. Dr. Rothberg is a professor of strategy at the School of Management at Marist College, senior faculty at the Academy of Competitive Intelligence, and president of consulting firm HNR Associates. She is also a contributing author for Money Magazine and Money.com. She currently resides in New York with her husband, dog, cat, and several part-time goats. Her book, The Perfect Mix, includes numerous stories from her bartending days, lessons learned, and even a few cocktail recipes!
In this episode, Helen talks about the delicate balance of relationships and the importance of empathy. She tells stories of growing up in New York City and overcoming the challenges of being a woman in the male dominated field of business consulting. Helen also opens up about her nontraditional yet beautiful journey to motherhood and the lessons she learned along the way. Finally, Helen discusses her mission to help her family, friends, colleagues, and students grow and find the joy in their lives.
Full show notes: https://milfpodcast.com/48