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Powerful Conversation

While racism is a deeply complex and difficult issue to tackle, I personally do not want to continue having the same conversations about race relations three years from now because that would mean we have not made enough progress. Our … Continue reading

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Emotional Resilience

Soon after starting his practice in in 2010, Mastin Kipp, creator of Functional Life Coaching, noticed a pattern of behavior in his clients. “they would set goals- try a meal plan, quit their job- but not follow through,” he says. … Continue reading

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Performance Review

The article “Gave poor-performing employees the benefit of the doubt — and a plan” by journalist Phil Blair. The following paragraph stood out to me “Then, we review a specific list of what has to change, why, and by when. … Continue reading

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Adulting

The 20s is about, for me, shedding. It’s a natural shedding of friendship because you’re getting out of college, entering into the workforce, you’re moving, and its like, oh , okay, everybody’s not here. And that’s fine. Like this is … Continue reading

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What Best Friends Are For

Stationed as an Army officer in Hawaii, I was alarmed to see my mother calling from Virginia. My father had a stroke. Feeling helpless more than 4,500 miles away, I called my best friend, Nora, an E.R. nurse who lives … Continue reading

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