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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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
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
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?”
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
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
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
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
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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