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Three Unconventional Methods to Manage the Fear of Public Speaking

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Three Unconventional Methods to Manage the Fear of Public Speaking

In this blog, Dima shares three unconventional ways that she has used to manage her fear of public speaking.

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You Are Like Bamboo

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You Are Like Bamboo

Let’s stop judging ourselves and asking for instant gratification, and instead let’s realize that building something meaningful and long-lasting does take time. By knowing this, we will find ourselves more motivated and willing to put in the work everyday.

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Redefining Success

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Redefining Success

In this blog Dima shares five tips that she found helpful in her journey. She hopes they inspire you to find what works for you in your own journey

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A Lesson from a Seven Year Old

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A Lesson from a Seven Year Old

Lets learn from Myra, a 7 year old. She tells herself that she will win, and she does. Her attitude and positive thinking is what many of us need in order to continue to win in our lives.

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Be Yourself!

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Be Yourself!

In the workplace, many people lose touch with who they are in order to belong and have job security. But, what companies need more of is innovation, creative ideas, and differentiating themselves in the market. This does not happen if the employees seek to act normal and lose themselves.

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Three Tips for Retaining Millennial Women

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Three Tips for Retaining Millennial Women

Three topics important for engaging and retaining millennial women.

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My Shocking Unconscious Bias

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My Shocking Unconscious Bias

It is so crucial that we open our minds, become aware of our own biases, and realize how they are impacting our perceptions of others. Most importantly we must continue to be intentional on a daily bases to eliminate these biases.

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Stop Saying Sorry

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Stop Saying Sorry

We need to be intentional in using words that do not lower our value. The next time you catch yourself apologizing for no reason, take a moment, think, and rather than saying “sorry”, simply state the facts.

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Afraid of Making Mistakes?  Rank the Situation and Learn

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Afraid of Making Mistakes? Rank the Situation and Learn

Mistakes in the workplace can often feel like failures, but they are rarely as bad as we perceive and often make great learning opportunities.

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Engaging Generation Z in the Workplace

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Engaging Generation Z in the Workplace

Businesses that are looking ahead to the future must consider Generation Z now.  Learn how to engage these employees in this video series.

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