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Thought triggers

As you look past December and deep into 2023, what do you see yourself doing? What have you gotten better at? What have you let go? Ask yourself: Will I be happy this time next year if I’m operating as I am now? Visualize the outcomes from continuing as is. Visualize the outcomes from shifting your thoughts

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Scared, brave, confident

Which comes first – being confident, being brave, or being scared? Yup, being scared. We’ve all felt scared about some things. You may be feeling it today. Fear of failure shows you care about doing something well. It’s normal. It’s what you do with that fear that counts. Does it block your thinking, keep you from

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Thank you

As I was writing today’s message, I looked back at my Thanks Giving messages from years past and found that in 2020 I was feeling the same way about you as I do today, so I’m re-sending it here. As I sit here writing to you, readers of my Sunday messages, I’m filled with appreciation

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Role models

I was touched with pride by the older women who “manned” the location where I voted on November 8. I had thought about volunteering months prior when the request went out across the state, but didn’t. These women did, a small group of friends who decided to do it together. They were welcoming, friendly and efficient,

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Building remote relationships

In response to last week’s question about what you do to enhance remote work relationships, here’s what some leaders are doing. Thanks to those who responded! A director meets remotely with a group of peers (camera ON required) late Friday afternoons. These meetings are to talk about anything on their mind, mostly work related. Typically

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