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5 Myths About Improving Yourself

“I don’t have time to improve myself.” Say most CEOs I’ve worked with. I’m busting 5 myths about improving yourself: ❌ It’s selfish to focus on yourself.✅ Prioritizing your needs strengthens your ability to give to others. ❌ Self-help books are the answer.✅ Personal growth is multifaceted, and requires a personalized approach. ❌ Positive thinking […]

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“Diversifying the Portfolio of Me”

Years ago, I “Diversified the Portfolio of Me.” I saw that the future was not certain. Markets shift, companies close, layoffs happen. And life is harder for women and a women of color. I wanted a path that was thriving for me. It needed to prioritize my health and well-being. Because healthy women can drive […]

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Uber Eats vs. Food Allergies

With 1 Super Bowl ad, my worlds collided. 𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗵𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗲𝗻𝗲𝗱:Last week, @Uber and Uber Eats released their Super Bowl as “Don’t Forget Uber Eats.” The commercial didn’t focus on food allergies, but included a man with hives on his face ‘forgetting’ there are peanuts in peanut butter. This very bad ‘joke’ sent shockwaves throughout the […]

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How I Reduce Stress and Perform My Best

Exercise Your Body Regularly: Improves overall physical and mental health, reduces stress, and boosts energy levels. Exercise Your Mind Regularly: Mental health fitness exercises help you learn to recognize your mental triggers and develop strategies to manage stress more effectively. Eat Real Food: Eliminating processed foods and sticking with real foods without labels helps reduce [...]
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Leaders Don’t Need to be Mental Health Experts

Leaders don’t need to be mental health experts. They just need to help guide employees to the right resources. A new type of leader understands their people’s: -Wants -Needs -Desires -Problems While removing obstacles that prohibit people from getting healthy and staying healthy. Good leadership isn’t about how much you know, but how much you’re […]

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