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Use the Tools

Use the Tools

This goes in the category of, “how you are in 1 place in life, you are in all places in life.” A leader was sharing that their team consistently made little mistakes. A step was forgotten here, a piece of info wasn’t relayed there. “Do they have instructions or...

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Slowing Down to Get Ahead

Slowing Down to Get Ahead

I'm convinced the key to almost anything, starts with slowing down. Want to change a habit? Slow down first.Want to learn something new? Slow down to try.Want to understand something about yourself or someone else? Slow down to pay attention. Slowing down comes up in...

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Working More Kindly

Working More Kindly

There's been a lot of talk about 4 day workweeks lately. There was a pilot in the UK, and the US, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are said to have pilots in the works. Not surprisingly, folks were almost unanimously in favor of continuing with the 4...

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Staying Present

Staying Present

A friend of mine recently said something that has stuck with me, "put your mind where your feet are." The concept is simple - be present, be here now. It's what many great spiritual traditions teach us, and yet it can be an incredibly difficult concept for us humans...

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What are you not saying that needs to be said?

What are you not saying that needs to be said?

What are you not saying that needs to be said? Hat tip to Jerry Colonna, author of Reboot, a book that I HIGHLY recommend. When I first came across this question, it stopped me in my tracks. Whoa. What am I not saying that needs to be said? To whom am I not...

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You don’t do your best work when you’re depleted.

You don’t do your best work when you’re depleted.

I don’t do my best work when I’m depleted. This came out in a conversation last week, and it bears repeating because (spoiler alert) it’s true for you, too. I also recognize the privilege I have, as someone who is self-employed and who can make her own schedule, but...

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