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Improving Women's Healthcare By Way Of Edinburgh
Looking to Scotland's model as an example of how to innovate.
Be Your Own Teammate First: Experiences Learned from Walking Away
What I learned from saying no to the Flag Football World Championships.
In The Era Of "The Great Resignation," Entrepreneurs And Business Leaders Need To Add Soft Skills To Their Arsenal
Today, employees feel differently about their work, and managers need to respond to this shift. This new reality demands a new leadership style.
How My Father's Struggles Through Civil War Prepared Me to Build Business Success
Each of us is a product of how we were raised -- growing up in a war-torn country made it crucial to have a great role model, my father.
5 Strategies to Achieve a Balance Between Passion and Personal Growth
Don't succumb to entrepreneurial burnout -- instead, take care of your four pillars of life equally.
The Problem With Over-Diagnosis of Limiting Beliefs in Coaching
In an industry rife with claims of manipulation, there has been a preference for stressing limiting beliefs as the culprit.
Why a Self-Aware Leader Is a Good Leader
Leaders need to be self-aware before they can become effective.
Is a Marketing Degree Worth It in the 2020s?
Five insider factors to consider before committing.
7 Surprising Ways You Self-Sabotage in Your Business (and What to Do Instead)
When we focus on the wrong things in business, we move away from the freedom we're seeking and instead find ourselves stuck.
How to Overcome Resistance and Use It to Grow Your Business
Why you need to stop avoiding big leaps and embrace discomfort like a long-lost friend.
How to Deal With Fake People
Contending with those who aren't as they seem can be annoyance. Here's how to power through.