What does it mean to be present

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Progress isn’t linear

Progress isn’t linear. As Brene Brown pointed out, it’s messy in the middle. When we reframe how we see success, it helps calm our anxious minds. When we expect overnight success, we open ourselves up for disappointment and stress.       How can you learn and be open to growing in the middle of

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Women’s Stories won at the Emmy’s this year.

            This has been a great year for film and television, where women won Emmy’s for acting, writing, directing in stories that focus on the lives of women. Some of the memorable movies included “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Big Little Lies” and “Black Mirror” Congratulations to all nominees and winners! Can

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Women who are changing the world

‘She broke the glass ceiling’  “What a jagged image we use for women who achieve greatly, defining accomplishment in terms of the barrier rather than the triumph. There she is up where the air is thin, where men still outnumber women, but where the altitude is awesome.” ~ Time   So great to read Time

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Inspiration: Courage and Vulnerability

Absolutely amazed and inspired by this courageous talk. We often think being vulnerable will results in others thinking of us as failures, but it often results in building trust, and inspiring others, and being courageous. The realization that we are not alone in our fears, struggles or even the perception of who we are allows

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The Power of Vulnerability

When talking about building resilience, one of the first talks I refer leaders to is this Ted Talk by Brene Brown. How can you embrace vulnerability to connect with others? Recommended Books:  

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Play is serious business!

Using play to build resilience: Social, Mental, and Emotional resilience What are some of the first things that come to mind when you think of play? Is it that it is mainly for children? Or is it something you do after-hours or on the weekend, perhaps a sport? But surely serious leaders never indulge in

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