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My Autism Brain at Work: Thinking About Thinking
As we age, we tend to cling to familiar ways of thinking and answering questions, unable to see other pathways available. Using "forcing functions" is one way to push ourselves out of default thinking.
My Autism Brain at Work: How the Way I Think Impacts the Way I Business
I’m a business owner, expert leadership coach, and autistic. Here’s what that means for me, how I interpret work and life, and how my brain works during interactions with neurotypical people.
The Power of the Awkward Conversation
Scott Simon, founder of Voicebox Karaoke, has some profound words about the power that comes with taking a deep breath and having that uncomfortable conversation.
How to Network (For Real): Casey Cheshire, Marketing Consultant
Casey Cheshire turned a solo consultancy into a thriving company with more than 30 employees using networking. Here’s a look at how he made it happen.
Breaking Into the IT Crowd: Tough Love from Kristen Buchanan, CEO and founder of Edify
Despite the challenges of trying to earn respect in the IT industry as a woman, Kristen Buchanan earned herself a seat at the table. Here’s a look at how she did it.
How to Stop Checking Your Phone and Focus on Work
We’re all guilty of it, and phone addiction is real. Here’s why it’s so hard, and some ideas for how to avoid using your phone too much.
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