Katie Mehnert's Blog
Lessons from my 5 Year Old on Fear
My kid turns 5 tomorrow. (Yes, 5! Where DOES the time go?) As I sit here and watch her sleep, I cannot help but remember how five years ago in thisfalse
Quit, Stick, or Pivot
Power and money can seemingly defeat humility, relationships, wit, and passion. My one wish for everyone is that you never let a lack of resourcesfalse
It's 4:30 pm on Thanksgiving eve. The bird is in the oven slow cooking for 6 hours, the sides are made, the car gassed up for tomorrow's tripfalse
Last week I visited with a room full of female engineers, scientists and other professionals at Halliburton. I've been speaking a lot with women'sfalse
No Skin, No Win: Nothing is Free
This weekend on my way home from my long run, I passed by a silly man who was jumping up and down pointing to his sign. It read "free" something. Ifalse
Know, Show and Grow
What makes a brand? Iconic brands like Apple, Nike, Coca-Cola, and Starbucks have spent billions to build their brands. Why is Apple so successful?false
Sweat + Sacrifice = Success
A few weeks ago I did something crazy.
Yesterday I wrote about grit. A big part of GRIT is knowing how to roll with the punches. For me rolling with the punches is about developing innerfalse
GRIT Drives Goals
Quarterback Peyton Manning #18 of the directs the offense against the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 13, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncosfalse
Let it Go. Leap. Grow.
Letting go can be so hard.
Friends, it's been a while since I've posted. I've been pulling long days while building great community in Pink Petro. In two months, we've grownfalse
Why the Dark Sometimes is Better Than the Light
A few weeks ago I went on my first run in a while. The longer I stay out of shape, the longer I run, so I suppose this should be motivation to getfalse