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How To Hack Holiday Party Conversations

Right before Thanksgiving, my husband went to his first VP Conference in Shanghai. It was a big deal – he was with the leadership of the organization and hoteliers from across the world. My husband,

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How Do You Give?

This last week, we celebrated Giving Tuesday. I almost didn’t remember. I think I like the idea of a day to remind ourselves to have a generous spirit and a

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Who Makes Up Your Support System?

It’s Thanksgiving already, can you believe it? Last year I asked you to share what you were thankful for that year with the hashtag #AlwaysThankful. I loved hearing from you.

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How To Help A Veteran And Yourself Today

I love it when people reach out asking if they can use the resources I created in Hero’s Get Hired. I say yes! That’s the point of putting it out there.  The

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12 Challenges Of Introverted Leaders & How To Overcome Them

Life is easier for extroverts. I have heard it before. As the mom of one extroverted son and one introverted son – I see it. I write often about the

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Convention Connection: What Happens When Connectors Connect?

Last week I sent out my final Convention Connection video, but I have one more convention-related story to tell… When I was writing my book, (now called The Connector’s Advantage – will explain

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Why You Should Care About Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is all over the place; we hear about it over and over again. Why do you need to care about Emotional Intelligence? Because the biggest difference between an

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Convention Connection: The Coolest Contact I Made At NSA

At the end of August I sent you the first Convention Connection video titled Never Eat Alone. I told you how to easily fill up your table so you have a lunch full of

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Convention Connection: Have A Buddy

My kids started school a few weeks ago – two middle schoolers! It was my youngest’ s first year. It is hard to walk into a new place with so many new

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