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Dan Cumberland
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creative, catalyst, collaborator, composer, connector, counselor,
creative, catalyst, collaborator, composer, connector, counselor,

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Don't try to go alone (you can't!) http://mngmvnt.com/2hM7Pq8

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The Inciting Incident in Your Quest for Calling http://mngmvnt.com/21h6OpR

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How Letting Go of Outcomes Helps Your Work (and why you should try it): http://mngmvnt.com/1LQqYQm

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About 5 months ago I came closer to death than I’ve ever been. On a Tuesday afternoon, much like every other, I started having a stomach ache. It wasn’t that much unlike other stomach aches I’ve had. I thought it was my dinner.

Fast forward a few days. A trip to the emergency room and a CT scan revealed that my intestines were literally in a knot. They couldn’t get enough pain killer into me to help with the pain. Morphine? No effect. Fentanyl? Nothing. None of the strong stuff was strong enough.

Moments later I’m in the surgical prep room and they’re walking me through all of the possible scenarios they may encounter once they have me opened. They may have to remove part or all of my intestines. I might have to use a colostomy bag from here on out.

That’s when I realized just how serious things were. I was about to go under anesthesia and into surgery. I would take a nap and would wake up to whatever my new and completely unknown future would hold.

It’s terrifying. But at the time I just had to keep moving forward.

It’s hard to wrap my mind around it all, but here are some of the things I’m learning as I continue to process it...

Read the rest here: http://mngmvnt.com/1KRYnii

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If you've ever been trolled, you know how hard it can be. Here is how I deal with it: http://mngmvnt.com/1ZwnGrK

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How to choose your story and make the most of 2016 >> http://mngmvnt.com/1RaPt1K

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There isn't a day when this could be more relevant. I've been developing this process and product for the past few years. I'm thrilled to have it live. I'd love for you to join me. I'd love for you to share this with anyone who may find it helpful:

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On the blog I'm talking yearend review, brand new product, and what to do when things go different than planned. http://mngmvnt.com/1R9m0U3
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