“Getting Grit” on Women@Work – Wharton Business Radio Channel 111 Sirius/XM Radio

June 14, 2017

Interview with Women@Work Host Laura Zarrow – Wharton Business Radio Channel 111

Women at Work is a weekly conversation on how to help women join, stay, succeed and lead in the workplace. We explore tactics and strategies to help women and men at all stages of career; talk with extraordinary role models; and look through the gender lens to build a more inclusive, satisfying and diverse workplace. Women at Work is the proud recipient of a 2016 Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media .

Caroline Miller spoke with host Laura Zarrow, Sr. Director of Wharton People Analytics, and they discussed a number of topics around “Getting Grit,” including:

  • Why middle-aged are dying from “diseases of despair” in record numbers
  • How many female role models emerged in Caroline’s interview process and why they can make a difference in allaying deaths from “diseases of despair”
  • How Caroline’s bulimia recovery in 1984 taught her that grit is a strength that anyone can cultivate
  • How to avoid different types of “bad” grit, including “selfie,” “faux” and “stupid grit”

Click on the link below to hear the show as originally aired on Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School.

Caroline Miller on Wharton Business Radio Women@Work – 6/14/17

Caroline Adams Miller

Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP is a pioneer with her ground-breaking work in the areas of goal-setting/accomplishment, grit, happiness and success. Caroline is the author of seven books, including Positively CarolineMy Name is Caroline,  Creating Your Best Life and Getting Grit Live Happy Magazine named Creating Your Best Life one of the top ten goal-setting books ever published and Getting Grit one of the ten books that will change your life in 2017.  She has been featured in BBC World NewsThe New York TimesThe Washington Post, USA Today, U.S. News &World Report, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR and CNN.  Caroline  is a graduate of Harvard University and holds a Master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. And, she has more than three decades of unbroken recovery from bulimia.

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