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Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays


Wisdom on Wednesday It’s Actually Quite Simple

With National Simplicity Day coming up this weekend, I’ve been doing some pondering on the topic. I believe that all…

July 8, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Gain Independence from Negativity

Freeing yourself from negative thinking—well, isn’t that a vision? Let me tell you, it really is attainable. Negativity is literally…

July 1, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Who’s in Control?

We’re living in a time of uniquely high stress—one that may have immeasurable and lasting effects on some. What if…

June 24, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday It’s a Little Weird

If I could define our current state of affairs with one word, I would say, AWKWARD. Isn’t it?! This mid/post-pandemic…

June 17, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Name Your Fear

We’ve all seen it. Whether it’s been a heated exchange at a store, texts within your family group, a Zoom…

June 10, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Let’s Get Realistic

Let’s get realistic. For most of our companies, there’s not going to be a magical switch we can flip and…

June 3, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday The Great Return

It’s hard to believe this day has come! Now that the Safer at Home rules are being adjusted, there’s a…

May 27, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Help Your Brain Reset

Did you know that we’re in the middle of Mental Health Awareness Month? Living in these unusual times, it’s more…

May 20, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Welcome to the 1970s

Leisure suits, platform boots, disco music and feathered hair. The 70s brought us so much. It was also the time…

May 13, 2020 Read

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