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What We Resist Persists

by Dr. Ruth Zaplin, Senior Executive-in-Residence, Key Executive Leadership Programs, American University School of Public Affairs How often do these tapes play in your head just like a radio playing in the background?  “I’m not…” …good enough …perfect enough …thin enough …rich enough …successful enough …smart enough   Brené Brown calls these “scarcity” tapes.  Do… continue reading What We Resist Persists

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