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Nora McInerny Purmort

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Nora McInerny Purmort never expected to be a widow at 31 years old – nor did she expect to have to read a eulogy at her father’s wake 6 weeks before that. She was thrown into a situation that she did not ask for, and faced changes that she never could have anticipated. There are the changes that we seek out in our life, and then there are the changes that happen to us, and … CONTINUE READING

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Bridgette Di Ferdinando

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Bridgette Di Ferdinando was working in the corporate world as a organizational psychologist and change management consultant where she had the chance to closely examine the culture and make-up of companies in Australia, the United States and throughout Europe. Over time, what she began to see was that employees were feeling less-and-less empowered and companies were putting less-and-less trust in their employees. She watched as higher-ups started focusing less on the individual and more on … CONTINUE READING

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Be: The Change

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Be The Change by Katie Papazian

This is the story of how I totally, completely sold out.

I spent the first eight years of my career working in the nonprofit sector. If I had a dollar for every person who said to me during that time, “Oh, you must feel so great going home at night knowing you did something good for the world,” I would have had enough money to supplement my nonprofit salary … CONTINUE READING

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