Leadership

More cars were driving around in circles than spaces in the lot. We were I a long line that moved slower than a snail. Each one of us hoped that the next space to open would be ours. 

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A few years ago, I went by another name for a couple of weeks, Juror Number One. It was a medical malpractice lawsuit, and I was fascinated by the jury selection process. The quality of their questions determined the mix of people who held the power. In my opinion, their questions were crappy.  

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15 Compelling Reasons You Shouldn’t Hire a Coach

by Alli Polin on February 26, 2019

Imagine the dinner party conversation. Room full of strangers and everyone is making polite yet slightly boring conversation. Hot topics range from the weather to upcoming holidays to what you do for work. Often, when asked what I do, I’ll say I’m a coach. Then I get the dog look. You know the one.

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