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Reflecting on Goals and Success: Remote Year Month 4.

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On our way to the Sahara Desert.I wanted to write this 10 days ago but didn’t have the time. I told myself I would make more time to write but then somehow writing dropped down on my list of priorities. For me, as it stands, work comes first, building a side business comes second during the week, exploring the city (or side tripping) comes second during...
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Thanks so much Michelle!! I appreciate it 🙂

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Thanks so much Michelle!! I appreciate it 🙂
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Miranda, so great hearing from you!

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Miranda, so great hearing from you! It’s definitely different, especially because there is much more flexibility in how I manage my days. For the most part, I try to create some version of a routine in each new city (going to the workspace from ~9am-~6pm every day). That said, the difference is I can always choose to change that up. If I don’t have client...
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Remote Year Month #4 in Review: Marrakech

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Month four was filled with reflection. I think one of the most interesting pieces of Remote Year is that somehow moving cities every month becomes habitual. I know that in 4–5 weeks I will leave each place for a new home. The constant movement has made me reflect on what home means and whether that’s really a place, the people you are with or simply...
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Remote Year Month #5 in Review: Split

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My month in Croatia was significantly different than all previous months. It was the first month I took a longer trip away from my Remote Year group on my own, travelling to Paris, Macon (near Lyon) and Milan. It was also the first time I had the chance to meet other individuals from the Remote Year network outside of those I travel with. Although Remote...
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Remote Year Month #6 in Review: Prague

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And with that, my first 6 months of Remote Year have wrapped up. It is hard to believe that it has been 6 months since I was last working in Toronto. Now spending a few days at home in Winnipeg, it feels both strange and familiar to be home. I love seeing friends and family but also miss my Tramily (never really thought I would...
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Remote Year Month (week!) #7 in Review: Belgrade

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Month #7 was the most different on Remote Year thus far. Why? I went home to Canada. Initially, that plane ticket was supposed to be my return home. However, after I chose to extend my Remote Year experience, I knew I would have to make a trip back during Belgrade to be home for some special moments. Two of my best friends, Elana and May,...
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Life After a Failure Goes Viral

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On this episode, I speak with William Hung, who you all probably know as the guy who sang “She Bangs” for his American Idol audition back in 2004. Today William is focused on helping others feel like and become champions by choice. He talks about his own attitude towards “failure” and looking at the bright side of life. Truly an inspiration and somebody who knows...
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What Does It Mean to Have the Gallaher Edge?

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What Does It Mean to Have the Gallaher Edge? Who We Are As humans, we are very different from each other, and have chosen very different paths in life. While organizational psychology is the foundation of our practice, we are not rooted solely in psychology. We are a combination of a psychologist, an engineer, a mother of 6, a family man, an entrepreneur, a restaurant...
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Why Starting with Why Matters for Every Leader

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Matt Dunsmoor is an Igniter at Start with Why – Simon Sinek’s company. He was introduced to Simon’s work while working at Zappo’s, and today he is an Igniter. We talk about the importance of starting with why, Matt’s proudest moment at Zappos and why direction is more important than destination. Show Notes Our new platform, Insider Edge – learn more here! The episode where...
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