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Inspiration from Cindy
When the October 2020 issue of Vogue arrived in my mailbox, I was shocked. Maybe a little appalled.
I’m not a subscriber. Don’t get me wrong, I think the fashion industry is… interesting. I’ve seen Devil Wears Prada (twice). But honestly? Glossy magazines represent a perfume-infused dream world – fashion, makeup, models, skipped meals – that is not even close to my reality.
Which female recording artist has 46 Grammy noms, a net worth of $600M, donated $1M to the COVID-19 vaccine, and wrote the hit song, “I Will Always Love You?”
December is for … Taking Stock & Making Changes
Aw. You thought I was going to say lovers, didn’t you? You’re so cute. I do support lovers. But that’s not what this is about.
Anybody else love this time of year because of all the increased tension? Hands? Anyone? Anyone?
Are you feeling a sense of foreboding? An unshakable dread that someone from work will … need you … to do something … during the holiday break?
Elon Musk is not freaking out today. Let me be clear right up front, I don’t know Mr. Musk personally and there’s a whole lot I disagree with him on (in particular, how he dealt with his employees during the height of the coronavirus). But I feel in my bones that this larger than life
I have a confession to make. I jumped on the election news frenzy roundabout. I know, I know! But it was only for a little bit, honestly. It just looked so exciting! Hi, I’m Cindy. I teach courageous leadership and I’m a dopamine addict. I can’t get enough of spinny things.
As both a recovering corporate executive and a successful entrepreneur, I’ve seen my fair share of great leaders and, I’ll level with you, some pretty horrible ones. And we’re seeing examples of both right now in the reactions to COVID-19. When you think about it, we’ve all spent most of our careers noting (whether consciously or unconsciously) those leaders that are hitting it out of the park… and those who should be kicked OUT of the park.
Before you mark 2019 in the books, now is the ideal time to reflect on the year and how 2020 can be even better.