3 Principles to Help Us Get Outside Our Echo Chambers

Many of us live in a world where certain ideas are amplified or beliefs are reinforced by everyone around us. How can we escape our echo chambers?

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How Censorship Can Lead to Freedom

Can censorship lead to freedom? These lessons drawn from a TEDx talk that went terribly wrong seem to suggest that it can.

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The People-Pleasing Predicament

Ever found yourself in a people-pleasing prediament? It can be a painful and paralyzing way to live. These alternatives can help.

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A Daily Endeavor: Finding and Engaging Diversity

Did you grow up in a bubble? What have you done to escape it? Engaging diversity opens new opportunities and develops your humanity.

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Solve or Manage? Facing 3 Self-Leadership Tensions

It’s tempting to treat every challenge as a problem to be solved. But some Self-Leadership Tensions are better managed than resolved.

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Keep Big Things Small

Too many big things overwhelm and sidetrack us. It is time to keep big things small and do what matters most in our life and work.

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How To Be Helpful

If you’re looking for ways to make your workplace (or the world) better, here’s some advice. Eric Torrence shares ideas about how to be helpful.

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Prioritizing Wellness at Work Can Inspire Leadership

Companies that understand the connection between prioritizing wellness and inspiring leaders can better position themselves for success.

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Active Listening: The Gift that Keeps Giving

Moving through the world, at work, home, or sharing public space with strangers, is all about communication. These active listening skills will help.

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Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Race

Michaela Ayers creates community by bringing a taboo topic to the dinner table. Pull up a chair and see how she invokes curiosity to help strangers build meaningful connections.

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Learning from Bad Leadership Advice

With so much advice out there, we’re bound to receive some bad leadership advice from time to time. How do we make the best of the situation?

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“Stick It to the Man” – The Danger of Bystanders

Stick it to the man was an expression of protest against too much power or wrongdoing. Today, it is a meaningless chant for bystanders. Time to encourage upstanders!

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