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Virtual Book Tour with Kare Anderson

Are you looking for ways to turn the page to the next chapter of the adventure story you’re truly meant to live? Author Kare Anderson, in her book, Moving From Me to We, writes about how to pull people closer and collaborate productively. She has spent the past decade translating behavioral research into ways to bring out the better side of others. Kare is a Forbes and Huffington Post columnist, and we welcome her to our blog today: Mentors: What is a way to attract support? Kare: Speak sooner to … Continue reading

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Be a Cushion of Kindness

I’m savoring the memories of last week in Canada, where I joined in the celebration of my sister’s 70th birthday. And the shared kindness among family and friends was a prelude to our post today by author and speaker, Kare Anderson: “Write injuries in sand, kindnesses in marble.” ~ French proverb Our media fans the fires of a “right-wrong” approach to escalating discussions. Linguist Deborah Tannen, Ph.D. describes this “let’s argue” style eloquently in her book, The Argument Culture. We get frozen in our differences, and may wind up feeling alone. While many … Continue reading

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