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Metaphors for Life

“The first lesson I learned when I was very young: When you fall off the horse, get back on. (It’s a matter of when you fall, not if.) Resilience is what you need to tackle the challenges associated with a time of … Continue reading

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The 6 Rules I Live and Work By

Rose-Colored Glasses Forever. Believe that what you are trying to do can be done. Every entrepreneur needs that level of conviction. Figure Out What Motivates You. After my unexpected divorce, I had a “say no to nothing” mantra, and that helped my … 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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Word of the Day

Transitions are the inner shifts of identity, possibility, and belief that occur to help us assimilate and adjust to changes. Some are easy, others are difficult. They don’t occur automatically, and they often require consistent and specific efforts. 

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What’s Scarier

What’s scarier: going through your life being like. Yeah, I was thinking about doing that, but I didn’t; or saying I did it and I it didn’t work out, but at least I fucking did it? At best, it takes … Continue reading

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