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Practical And Compassionate: Why We Must Plan for the Worst

Practical And Compassionate: Why We Must Plan for the Worst

Spring has sprung. Birds are chirping. Flowers are blooming. Beaches are calling and many of us are looking forward to a little downtime to recharge our batteries. The feeling of possibility is palpable this time of year. And then there is the possibility of you...
Navigating the Transition Back to Normal

Navigating the Transition Back to Normal

Covid cases are down. Vaccines seem to be meeting their targets. Access to vaccines has greatly expanded. Restrictions are being relaxed. People are heading back out. We’re headed back to normal. Maybe. Hopefully. Maybe hopefully? At first I wanted to pass on...
“11 Ways to Eliminate Office Clutter and Improve Organization”

“11 Ways to Eliminate Office Clutter and Improve Organization”

Don’t miss the recent Redfin article I was featured in: “11 Ways to Eliminate Office Clutter and Improve Organization” In 2020, many of us all across the country, from Portland, OR to Miami, FL, transitioned to working from home because of the pandemic....
Crucial Communication Considerations: When and How

Crucial Communication Considerations: When and How

I was recently listening to a friend vent about being asked to volunteer her time at an organization we are both passionate about. She was recruited to play a key role in a pivotal 2021 initiative for this organization. The request to volunteer came in the form of an...
The Productivity Dilemma of Social Media

The Productivity Dilemma of Social Media

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Have you watched The Social Dilemma on Netflix yet? It’ll certainly give you a lot to think about. The documentary features interviews with several tech developers from various social media platforms, including Facebook and...
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