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Karina Mikhli
Results-Oriented Leadership
Results-Oriented Leadership

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Spring Cleaning Continues
Happy Sunday and Happy Mother's Day! When I first wrote about spring cleaning a few posts back , and how every yes to one thing is a no to something else, this was as much a reminder to myself as to all of you. I have since put my other blog on hold; tried ...

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Daily Blessings
I wrote about facing our fears last week and even shared what mine was. Facing it had taught me I had to redefine how and where I find meaning in my life. So when I realized how hard it was for me to remember all the good in my life and in the world, I deci...

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Face Your Fears
Being in transition is hard. You don't know how long it will take or whether you'll be happy with the outcome; all you can do is keep going forward, day by day, step by step, and hope for the best. Some days and weeks are easier; others harder. This past we...

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Practicing What I Preach
This is my 192nd post in this blog and I want to thank those of you who have been reading my thoughts on a regular basis.  Since I try to practice what I preach, I regularly reevaluate what's working and what's not and where I spend my time, and I've realiz...

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Spring Cleaning
Happy Sunday, ladies! Spring has finally come and I hope you've all had a chance to enjoy the weather. I noticed that no one has RSVP'd for the May 17 meetup as of yet, so I wanted to remind you to please do so and to as many of the future meetups as you ca...

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Entrepreneurism for the Risk-Averse
Have you been unhappy at your day job and fantasized about starting your own business? Or have you actually tried to start your own business to only miss the stability of the paycheck and benefits the day job provided?  Yes, the grass is always greener on t...

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Happy Holidays and Recharging
Happy Sunday and Holidays, ladies! I know it's hard to slow down and take a break when there's so much to do, so consider holidays a gift to yourself that forces you to slow down, reconnect with family and friends, and recharge. Because burnout is to be avo...

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A Business Reflects Its Owner
I just finished reading Derek Sivers' Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur  in one day. It's a small and short book but packed with much wisdom. Derek was a musician who created CD Baby, the largest seller of independent music on the...

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The Choices We Make
Happy Sunday, ladies. It was so great seeing some of you last week and thanks to a new member, Christina, we have a great new location for upcoming meetups. Our topic last week was time management since regardless of where you are in your career change jour...

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The Road Taken
"The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost is one of my favorite poems and has been for a long time. Reading about how Daniel Lubetzky consciously chose to develop the KIND bar and brands in his book Do the KIND Thing reminded me of this. If you haven't read the ...
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