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Making Mental Health a Priority

The biggest lesson I have learned through this is that, as your life changes and circumstances change, it is important to regularly check in with yourself to make sure you are doing everything you can to keep yourself mentally and emotionally healthy. 

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The Path to Leadership: Find Your Strengths & Feel Empowered

Today’s guest, Gigi Hyland, has been inspiring women in credit unions for years – including us! She is a great example of someone fighting for what they want in the industry, and we’re thrilled that she came to talk with us about what is happening in credit unions...

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What I learned from traveling solo

We've talked on almost every episode of the podcast about the importance of having some quiet time to hear your inner voice, especially during times of stress when your emotional "check engine light" is blinking red.  You know...those times when you are more quick to...

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3 Things I Learned About Myself By Unplugging : A Follow-Up

Have you ever experienced a Pinterest Fail?  You know, that moment where you spot a cool project or delicious recipe on Pinterest and assure yourself, "I could totally do that - it looks so easy!" A similar thing happened when I attempted, as I had pledged, to follow...

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The Value of Being Unplugged

Too many of us let work bleed into our personal lives, at every hour of the day. We definitely struggle with this balance, so Amanda is starting a big challenge this week: she will give up social media and her phone for one week. After work, she will be completely...

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