Tag Archives: learning

How to Ask for Anything…And Get It

Likability Matters :”It’s not necessarily what you say, but how you say it. If I like how someone is speaking to me, it makes it easier to hear them. And what you want is to be heard.” -Marcia Cole, CEO … Continue reading

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Work Rules

Think in terms of having a career you love. What makes your heart sing? What are you good at doing? Is this a dead-end job or a stepping stone in your master plan? Get to know people and reach out … Continue reading

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Small Steps

Do a goal check… now is the time to ask, “What have I done to get closer to where I want to be?” If the answer doesn’t line up with goals you’ve set, use this reflection time to create new, … Continue reading

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Leadership

I believe a good leader possess eight qualities: Nimble intelligence that helps them adapt to unexpected circumstance and inspires adaptations growth and learning in themselves and others. Inner strength to reveal his or her own vulnerability and humanity The ability … Continue reading

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Wisdom

Like intelligence, wisdom has no single definition, and different researchers measure it in different ways. I believe it has three dimensions: cognitive, reflective, and compassionate. The cognitive is about the desire to uncover deeper meaning. A wise person is always … Continue reading

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