1. Working from home
2. Fewer streaming services
3. More time together
4. Dress pants
6. Less eating out
7. A smaller home
8. A change in routine
9. Some down time
10. Less technology
Led by Professional Certified Coach Miranda Wilcox, Thrive Potential is a strategic, person-centered resource dedicated to improving life at work. Through virtual coaching and consulting, we give you and your team the support you need to create the impact you want.
“Senator Kamala Harris has swung her Howard hammer and shattered the proverbial glass ceiling into pieces that will not be put back together,”
@HowardU President Wayne A. I. Frederick.
It's easy to connect to people with whom we agree or share interests. The hard work comes when we try to bridge divides. https://miranda-thrive.medium.com/
Thank you @sebeneselassie for inspiration.
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― Seth Godin, Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us
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