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Braving the Holidays with Generosity – Part 7/7

We’ve arrived at the end of the Braving the Holidays series with five days to spare before the new year. Hint: There’s still an opportunity to practice!The G in braving stands for generosity. No, this is NOT about last-minute…
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Braving the Holidays with Non-Judgment

When you’re looking for the perfect gift, it often comes down to what people want and or need. By the time you’re reading this, I hope the presents have already been shared, the wrapping paper is cleaned up, and you're enjoying the simple…
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Braving the Holidays with Integrity – Part 5

In two days we’ll celebrate Christmas. Whether you’re gathering with family or celebrating with your immediate household, the fifth part of braving the holidays is essential to building and maintaining trust. The “I” in braving…
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Braving the Holidays – Part 4 – Respect the Vault

Read Part 1. Read Part 2. Read Part 3.No, I’m not talking about a vault at a bank.But I am talking about safety. Psychological safety.As we journey through Christmas week, there tends to be a lot of activity. Even with…
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Braving the Holidays with Reliability

Part 2 of a 7 part series on trust in the midst of uncertainty.Read Part 1 hereAmazon Prime promises two-day delivery. When my package doesn’t arrive on time, how do you think I feel? Usually, I’m frustrated. When…
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Braving the Holidays with Boundaries

This is the first in a seven part series on trust in the midst of uncertainty.As I write this, I am keenly aware of at least three things in our world. First, this weekend, our clocks turn back an hour. All I can think is, "This is a perfect…
Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator Sara Thomas
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TGIF: Dare to Lead – Week 25

When I began TGIF in January, I couldn’t for the life of me remember where it came from.About a month ago, I realized it was Brené Brown...because she started posting it on social media again.I spent three days training to become…