Generational Risk: Entitlement (But Not Where You Expect)

The greatest generational risk is generational entitlement, and it is not where you think. It is not on Millennials or Gen Z.

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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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The Paradoxical Antidote for Getting Out of Survival Mode

When we get into “survival mode,” everyone around us is affected. This paradoxical antidote will help us and our community if we dare to try it.

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We Need a Little Courage

This season reminds us that we need a little courage now.

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All the Opinions: Surviving the Outrage Epidemic

In the midst of this outrage epidemic, it’s tempting to share our opinions (educated or not) on every issue of the day. Sometimes it’s okay to be quiet.

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How Time and Money Can Activate Professional Change

Sometimes, activating professional moments sneak up on us. How do we change when they do. Here’s how Maya James allowed time and money to activate professional change.

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Choosing To Do

If we let it, art can impact our lives and shape our attitudes. Justin Kanoya considers one work’s message and how he used it to process a sad event.

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Choosing Ease Over Easy: Living In the Flow of Life

Choosing ease over easy doesn’t mean life is without struggle. Sophia Da Silva Hopson describes it as a way of life that is balanced between exerting needed effort and enjoying the moments of effortlessness.

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When Good Isn’t Good Enough

When we encounter a good opportunity that isn’t quite perfect, it can be tempting to take it. Maya James shares her experience and why she’s waiting for the right opportunity instead.

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Balancing Health and Work: A Call to Be Kind and Gentle to Ourselves

Sometimes it takes an unexpected emergency to get us to refocus. David Grossman shares how he’s reconsidering balancing health and work this year.

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Personal Responsibility Versus Corporate Responsibility: Evolutionary?

Technology and innovations change lives. How we adapt depends on a mix of personal responsibility and corporate responsibility. The truth: It is evolutionary responsibility.

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How Would You Like Your Leadership? Scrambled or Unscrambled?

Leadership can be scrambled or unscrambled. We have a choice in how we lead and in who we want to follow. We need to make the leadership choice.

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