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being interrupted

Being interrupted, dismissed, or diminished? Try these 4 strategies

Last Fall I wrote about the idea that relationships do not need to be categorized. They are not a “work friend”, they are simply a friend. I fully embrace when

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Comparison is the thief of joy

One of my favorite silver linings of the pandemic was the daily calls with the MG100 community. Because Marshall curated a group of people from all over the world, I

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How Do You Learn?

I got a Fitbit a year ago. I love it and I barely know how to use it. When we went abroad a few months later, I didn’t know how

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What every leader says you should do

What Every Leader Says You Should Do

I recently heard about a survey that was done with some high-profile leaders. They were asked to answer the question “What is the most important thing you do every day?”

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Stop asking permission to do this

Stop asking permission to do this…

When I was a senior in high school we had to select a quote for our yearbook to go under our picture. Though I ended up going with something more

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Making Gratitude Contagious

If you have been with me a while, you know gratitude is something I write about often. It is part of my habit of practicing gratitude, something that didn’t come

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When Done Isn’t Better Than Perfect

Hunter S. Thompson once said, “Anything worth doing, is worth doing right.” No offense to Mr. Thompson, but sometimes “done is better than perfect.” I firmly believe that oftentimes, people

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Three Keys to Being Proactive

Last week I wrote about how to make feedback useful. It was an idea sparked from my Newsweek quote. When reading the rest of the article, it brought another topic

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The Feedback Trap

I just spent 40 minutes on the phone waiting for a customer service representative. An experience I am sure you all relate to. When the robot asked me at the

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