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Disrupt: You Belong Here

Yesterday was about observing your patterns around being right or wrong. At their core, these patterns come from a basic human need. The need for belonging. Before you assert how rebellious or independent you are, and you may be both…

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Observe: Right or Wrong

If social media is any indicator, we are becoming more entrenched in our opinions. Perhaps it has always been important to be right, to have the superior position. It now seems equally or more important to declare someone wrong and…

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Acquire: Rules of Order

The first time I encountered Robert's Rules of Order, I thought them completely ridiculous. What possible purpose could they fulfill? Well, now several decades later and having attended too many meetings, I get it. We have a hard time navigating…

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Disrupt: Judgy Wudgy

Did you know that people who never sing are the most judgmental of voices in reality singing competitions? We are unlikely to risk using our voices in space when we tend to judge other voices harshly. So let's dig into…

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Observe: Voices In The Air

Voices are everywhere. What's more, often these voices are digital. Today is about the observation of those voices. The voices that reach you passively as you move about the world. Communications directed at you both in person and over devices…

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Perform: Corraggio

Corraggio is the Italian word for bravery, or nerve. I like the meaning inherent in this word especially given my operatic roots. It is, for me, a more nuanced way of seeing what we do when we engage fully with…

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