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How To Ignore Your Worst Critic And Become Your Best Self
Andrea Lucado
By Andrea Lucado
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A friend recently introduced me to a fabulous talk Brené Brown gave at a conference for creatives. You can watch it here. In it, she uses the metaphor of a coliseum-type arena as the place where we display our work, art, ourselves. The place where we must be vulnerable and put it out there. Whatever […]

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The Introvert’s Guide to Staying Alive
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I feel it like a sickness. I’m tired. I’m irritable. I have trouble focusing and I get confused about priorities. I’m not sure what I’m supposed to be working on. My head feels like a junk drawer. What’s the problem? The problem is I’m an introvert taking on an extrovert’s life. It’s my own fault. […]

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Three Simple Steps to Resolving Conflict
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer
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We all face conflict every once in awhile. Is there a way to approach these conflicts so they can be negotiated peacefully? Our office is in an alley behind this great little Mexican restaurant in Nashville. We’re right in the middle of a neighborhood, so there are always people on foot, walking to the coffeeshop […]