Beth Ridley

Beth Ridley is a wife, mom, business leader, entrepreneur and author who believes life is short, so we should live it fully. That’s why she created The Brimful Life, a lifestyle and marketing company that provides inspiring content and memorable experiences to help individuals fill life with joy and meaning, and help companies deepen relationships with customers and employees. Beth is also best-selling author of 365 Ways to Ask, “How Was Your Day?” – Questions That Don’t Suck to Get Kids Talking, a book of creative queries she wrote with her children that are guaranteed to spark interesting conversations and get kids talking in complete sentences!

Beth Ridley

3 Keys to Career Happiness

A difficult boss. Frustrating co-workers. Long hours. Despite what you might think, none of these typical complaints are the primary reason people are unhappy at work. In fact, the top reason has nothing to do with the day-to-day annoyances of a job, but rather, something much bigger.

4 Career Tips from Retirees

For an exciting project I’m working on, I had the opportunity to interview recent retirees to understand their transition from working life and what makes for a successful retirement. As I listened to their stories and reflections, it struck me that those of us still working should incorporate their lessons learned into our day to day to have more fulfilling lives and careers today. There’s absolutely no need to wait until retirement to live the good life when we can implement these four simple tips while we’re still working.

3 Tips to Network Like a Boss

Are you a small business owner who’s just starting out? If your business isn’t widely known, it’s likely you’re struggling to sell your products or services. Without a big marketing budget, the best thing you can do is lean on other people to support, vouch and go to bat for you based on the fact that they know, like and trust you.

 

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