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Have to Have High, High Hopes for a Living …

Angie Morgan, September 9, 2019

Regarding the subject line and image ... you’re welcome!  Who doesn’t need a little Panic! At the Disco earworm to kick off their Monday morning?   So, right now I’m putting together the finishing touches… Read More


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Angie, I’ve Got Women Problems.

Angie Morgan, July 29, 2019

Angie ... I've Got Women Problems. Yep, someone actually said that to me.  (In jest, of course.)  This individual actually had good women problems!  He was an HR Leader who had a strong pool of… Read More


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The P’s and Q’s of the Work Week Hustle

Courtney Lynch, June 17, 2019

Manners, Appreciation and Civility There’s a rising tide of renewed interest in workplace civility.  Once a popular topic in the 1950’s, the idea of kindness and etiquette is now back at the forefront of workplace… Read More


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Are You Playing it Safe?

Angie Morgan, April 29, 2019

Master Kevin: Is it okay to break your nose in class? Kids in Tae Kwon Do Class: (Silence) Master Kevin: Yes, it’s okay. The only place where you’re not going to get hurt is on… Read More


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Small Acts of Service

Patrick Nelson, April 22, 2019

Imagine you’re on an airplane about to go to sleep and suddenly you’re startled by the piercing scream of not one - but two - kids. And it doesn’t stop. And the flight is supposed… Read More


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Intention vs Impact

Ben Whiting, October 22, 2018

Intention vs Impact

Until the incident, life was great. I was on top of my game with my career, was the proud owner of my first dog, and to top it all off I had just married the… Read More


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Replacing “But” With “And” Will Transform Your Message

Angie Morgan, October 1, 2018

The Big, Annoying "But"

Have you ever received a backhanded compliment? “You’re a really great presenter, but with more experience, you’ll be better.” Or, have you ever received feedback that was well-intentioned, but just rubbed you the wrong way? “The project you… Read More


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Not the Loudest Person in the Room?

Angie Morgan, July 30, 2018

We have a range of talents on Team Lead Star.  We all fancy ourselves as performers, of sorts, when we’re facilitating learning sessions.  Yet, only one of us has truly performed in theater, Ben Whiting.     Ben… Read More


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