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On Trial: Judgement vs. Expression
By Daniel Leighton

I struggled to write this article. I was imagining people scouring the article for every little thing I did wrong. I was constantly questioning the worth and validity of what I had to say.   Read More

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The Cost Of Risk Avoidance
By Tom Panaggio

The reality is that risk avoidance is the greatest impediment to progress, personally and professionally. We have been conditioned for self-preservation.   Read More

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Live Honestly, Live Better
By Andy Core

Self improvement takes honest reflection. You won't make significant progress if you gloss over your problems or if you are overly critical. Learn to see yourself in a positive, humble light, and growth will occur.   Read More

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5 Things Most People Don't Know About Negotiating
By Victoria Pynchon

One of the greatest inhibitions our women clients have is risking rejection. This is particularly true in the post-'08 meltdown and continuing jobless recovery from the worst economic calamity since the Great Depression of the 1930s.   Read More

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Recap WITI Orange County - May 15, 2014
By Colleen Kirtland

What are your Habits of Leadership? In order to drive the collective performance of a team, organizations today require leadership on all levels, regardless of role or position.   Read More

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Becoming a Person of Interest
By Andrew Sobel

Your clients are pressed for time. Everyone wants to get on their agenda. There is competition, in a sense, to build a relationship with them. In response, you need an attraction strategy.   Read More