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In this blog, we’ll explore what it takes to move from surviving to thriving, including examples from both our own experiences and those of others. Make sure to share your thoughts in the comments section!

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5 Things I Learned From Doing Something Scary

Wednesday, January, 25, 2017 at 06:00 AM by Amanda Sollman

Tags: personal development, success, fear

Me, competing at our state level discussion meet. Photo credit: Michigan Farm Bureau

If you read my post from a few weeks ago, you know that my theme for 2017 is "do more scary stuff." Sure, it's not always fun, but I'm finding out that the...

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A 2017 Challenge: Do More of What Scares You

Thursday, January, 12, 2017 at 08:20 AM by Amanda Sollman

Tags: personal development, success, fear

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4 Things I Wish I'd Known About How To Manage Someone Older Than Me

Tuesday, October, 18, 2016 at 06:00 AM by Amanda Sollman

Tags: coaching, leadership, success, Work culture, teams

If you're a Millennial with high leadership potential and abilities, there's a good chance that you're going to run into one particular scenario in the next 5-10 years:

You're going to have to manage someone older than you. (And you're probably...

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Remember What You're Fighting For

Thursday, October, 13, 2016 at 07:32 AM by Amanda Sollman

Tags: overcoming challenges, success

The last few weeks have not been easy for our team. Between back-to-back (to-back) trainings and travel that's limited family time, a full coaching schedule, writing and submitting multiple proposals for new business, delivering end-of-coaching...

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Why You're Thinking About People Development Wrong

Friday, October, 07, 2016 at 08:13 AM by Amanda Sollman

Tags: capacity, coaching, energy, success

What if I told you that you're thinking about people development wrong? That fixing weaknesses, hiring for skill, assigning tasks based on schedule capacity – it's completely ineffective? And that, the way we're doing it now, we're creating an...

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