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What One Word Would You Be Willing to Tattoo?

by Alli Polin on January 24, 2017

Since I was a teenager, I thought about getting a tattoo. My father, a physician, would not so subtly leave articles around the house about people having terrible allergic reactions to tattoos and with a raised eyebrow and commanding voice suggested that could be me.

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Forget Success, Think Satisfaction

by Alli Polin on June 14, 2016

forget success think satisfaction

My client, Marc, and I had been working together for almost a year as he grew his business from an idea into a thriving consulting practice. At the start of every coaching conversation, I’d ask him for the agenda. This week’s was a surprise. “I don’t think I want to be a success.”

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The Biggest Reason You Need to Share Your Story

by Alli Polin on May 10, 2016

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I’ve been here before.

Looking out the window, I can make out the faint glow of the Opera House through the darkness. Luna Park is flashing and assuring me that people are out there having fun no matter how cold and dark it is outside. CONTINUE READING