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Yes, You Have Imposter Syndrome (And That’s a Good Thing)

By Keri | May 29, 2018

You’re standing at the front of an auditorium packed with people, delivering the keynote speech. Yes, there are some fresh, innovative points you’re making. And true, the way you’re delivering them is both creative and organized—the sweet spot. When you practiced in front of the mirror, you both looked and sounded confident. But now, looking…

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Freeing the Untapped Soul

By Keri | January 31, 2018

“If being crazy means living life as if it matters, then I don’t mind being completely insane.” April Wheeler, Revolutionary Road For just a few minutes, allow yourself to indulge in a flight of disembodied imagination. Imagine your soul—your essence, your spirit, your innermost reality—existing somewhere and sometime before this lifetime began. She’s not yet…

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How to be the Person your Idea is Looking For

By Keri | January 31, 2018

You might already be familiar with the story Elizabeth Gilbert frequently relates about how she passed on an idea to her friend Ann Patchett through an exchanged kiss. I was lucky enough to get to hear the story firsthand at a conference in Colorado. I can still remember the thrill of “Yes!” and the vibration…

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How Idealism and Realism Come Together to Bring Hope into the World.

By Keri | September 25, 2017

An edited Version of this article first appeared on elephant journal. Ares: “They don’t deserve your protection!” Diana Prince: “It’s not about deserve, it’s about what you believe. And I believe in love.” People often say that it’s children who embody the hope for the future.   There is certainly truth to this. There is…

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