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In the pause: More authenticity, less BS – what the world needs now

My unfailing honesty and integrity has cost me a lot of potential paychecks over the years, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Our world and our companies needs more authenticity, less BS. I’m doing my part during this interview process, not only for my benefit but for the benefit of these companies and organizations whose time and talent I respect and admire. The fit has to be mutual between a company and a candidate, and the only way to get there is through trust. We build that trust by being upfront and truthful from the very beginning of the interview process. Let’s drop the gloss, and get down to business with grace and dignity. The world needs all of us to be in the right roles and at the right companies that help us to live our best lives. Anything else is a waste of time.

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So insanely honored to be part of the #wwatcreativityloop2 created by my inspiring friend and college roommate @writerswritingalonetogether. Fierce, fabulous, and talented, I can't wait to see what we create together. These pics are the package I received in the mail. Then I used this gorgeous poem as inspiration to create a work of my own to send on to the next person on the list. In these trying times, our imaginations and the ability to express ourselves in creative work keeps hope alive.

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