Kathy Korman Frey
Kathy Korman Frey
Kathy Korman Frey is the founder of the Hot Mommas® Project: The world’s largest collection of digital mentors and role models for use by trainers, educators, and women around the globe. The project’s curriculum measurably increases confidence up to 200 percent. Frey is the instructor of the nationally award-winning Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership at the George Washington School of Business in Washington, DC. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, two children, and dog in a state of semi-controlled chaos, and is currently working on an adventure fiction book series for girls.
January 16, 2013
When Harvard Business School Professor Howard Stevenson almost died, he woke up to the real meaning of work life balance: It's about priorities. That is: What is most important to you.
Balancing a bunch of things and expecting A+ results in all of them is a recipe for disaster. Yet, many of us try for this, daily.
Basically, Professor Stevenson had an "aha moment" on steroids.
Have you had one? An "aha moment on steroids?" Mine was standing in front of my students at the George Washington University School of Business...with sunglasses on. I was in quasi-survival mode.
Thanks to the migraines I'd been diagnosed with earlier that year, flourescent lights were to me like sunlight to vampires. Searing pain went through my head every time I basked in their lovely, humming glow.
August 22, 2011
After years of achieving 200 percent self-confidence gains among university women, you might wonder: What’s the big deal about self confidence? I mean, sure everyone talks about self-confidence. But what is really the actual importance of it? Here is the answer. Moms, daughters, sisters, dads, cool brothers, uncles, listen up:
It’s ALL about confidence for girls and women.
July 27, 2011
Do you know someone like Janice? She’s a busy woman. She takes care of her kids, takes care of her parents, and works. These are just a few of the reasons why women are the busiest generation in history. Don’t fit into this category? Keep reading. If you are female, right now the statistics are pointing you in this direction: The direction of busy-ness.
Women today earn the majority of Masters degrees and PhDs, are half the workforce, and are responsible for the majority of caregiving (both child and eldercare). You don’t have to be an astrophysicist to figure this one out: The opportunities and education for women are ramping up faster than our caregiving responsibilities are ramping down.
Before we collapse from a massive buzz-kill, let’s look at the good news: We have many opportunities, and do a lot of things well. So, let’s put our great brains to use dig into solutions. Here are a top five which, if you employ them, will make an immediate difference in your career, life, and balance level.
February 24, 2011
I’ve been called “The Confidence Guardian” for women. That’s probably because, with the Hot Mommas Project, I’ve found my calling. Teaching and empowering women (with actual measurable improvements) is a big rush. I love to see women walk out of a talk and say, “I can do this.” What is the Hot Mommas Project? We enable women around the world to share their stories (aka case studies) in a teachable format -- from drop-outs who’ve survived major trauma, to a princess (literally) who runs a foundation. And, somehow, when they share -– they’re just women, helping each other. We’re all the same. It’s a digital democracy, with a heart and actual results impacting our self-confidence.