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Striking a balance

PR Newswire reports the average working American doesn’t take 3 of their 15 paid vacation days in a year. That’s 20% of paid time off that is not utilized to restore, repair, and play. A deeper inquiry into this reveals that 10%...

Leading and living through change

Life happens. Things don’t always go according to plan. No wonder John Lennon, and some wise people before him have said, “Life is what happens to you when you are busy making other plans.” And yet when the unexpected happens, it...

Networking for Introverts

Do you dread networking events? Wonder about what to say? Dislike small talk? Do you find there is something uncomfortable or possibly distasteful about the seemingly compulsory exchange of business cards? Too often networking is...

Business development for introverts

It’s one of the biggest challenges introverts in business say they face: the sales process. There’s an old story floating around about what it means to do business development. Our mind fills with visions of an ethically...

Advice for the Reluctant Delegator

Are you a reluctant delegator? You have tried delegating and have been let down time and time again. You have found that no one does the work as well as you, or the way you want it done. You have concluded that it is just faster...