Allowing my ego to control how I do business is not smart. It costs. Sheesh, thus far, my ego has cost me money. My ego has cost me connections. When my ego is in control, it becomes a poor reflection on my team, and they deserve the best leader that I can be. More than anything, my ego has cost me time that I cannot get back.
Soooo…Anxious… It’s 2019. Congratulations! We made it! As we start off the new year, I have been reflecting on the conversations I have had recently. About a month ago, I stepped into ‘Holiday Mode’, which for me was leaving my new team and creative space (yay!!!) in New Jersey to visit my family in Ohio. The energyContinue reading “Anxiety.”