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Ep. 18 - Effective Leadership: How to Achieve and Maintain It

In this episode of the Lead. Learn. Thrive. Podcast, Managing Director of Raffa’s Search, Transition and Planning Department, Karen Schuler speaks again with CEO of Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, Tony Cancelosi about leadership effectiveness and what it takes to achieve it. 169 more words

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HAMILTON'S TAKE ON FEMINISM AND SISTERHOOD

I was incredibly lucky to recently attend Hamilton: An American Musical at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco. Hamilton tells the story of founding father and first U.S. 849 more words

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SYMPHONY 101: HOW TO CLASS IT UP

One of my favorite places to go and experience true, unfiltered beauty is a concert hall– to take in a symphony, to simultaneously admire and envy a soloist, or both. 803 more words

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Become friends with your food scale!

Meet your new best friend….the food scale.

If you are heavily over weight (like me), a food scale is a must! I readily admit, I have had a food scale for years, but never used it for food. 460 more words

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EMBRACING AGING

No matter how young, it seems as though everyone is afraid of aging. Starting at about twenty years old– and in some cases, even younger– we vinas start doing everything in our power to look as young as possible for as long as possible. 829 more words

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Always Leave a Place Better Than You Found It

My grandpa, Fred Stiverson, peacefully passed away June 6, 2017. Last Friday (July 21st) our family gathered together to celebrate his life. Throughout my childhood I affectionately called my grandpa “Gong Gong,” a Cantonese term for grandfather. 401 more words

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The Magic of Acting Like a Child

When I was a child, I sold fortune telling, acrylic-painted rocks and hand-picked herbs to passersby. I scavenged dumps (yes, I know that’s kind of weird) and junkyards to find treasures to incorporate into my inventions because… Leonardo da Vinci was my hero… and I was an inventor. 422 more words

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