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Think Again: Adam Grant on the Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know

Adam Grant

In this episode, Wharton’s top-rated professor and organizational psychologist Adam Grant invites us to examine the critical leadership skill of rethinking: learning to question your opinions and open other people’s minds, making you a stronger and more flexible leader in the process.

In an increasingly divided world, too many of us favor the comfort of conviction over the discomfort of doubt. The result is that we can become siloed in our lives and in our workplaces, surrounded by people who agree with our conclusions instead of challenging our thought process.

Transcript & additional resources for this episode below!

 

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How to Turn Your Difference into an Advantage – with Tania Katan

How to Turn Your Difference into an Advantage – with Tania Katan

Amazing “creative disruptor” Tania Katan has spent years sneaking her imagination into the office, using creativity to disrupt norms and turning her differences into her superpower.

As a woman, breast cancer survivor, and a member of the LGTBQ community, Tania shares real-life experiences to help transform your mindset.

You’ll be inspired to capitalize on your differences rather than striving for similarity, and leave a lasting impression so you stand out and get noticed.

 

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Asian-American Women Pioneering the Path Forward: A Conversation with Awkwafina & Lisa Ling

Awkwafina

Today’s episode is an exclusive replay of a 2020 Massachusetts Conference for Women keynote conversation recognizing two remarkable pioneers blazing trails for Asian Americans, and inspiring women and girls of all ages and backgrounds: award-winning writer, actress, and comedian Awkwafina and journalist Lisa Ling.

With authenticity and vulnerability, Awkwafina shares personal experiences in navigating the ups and downs of her career and life, illustrating that everyone, regardless of success level, grapples with insecurities and self-doubt. Packed with advice and laughter, you will walk away inspired and ready to tackle your fears and take a risk.

 

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How to Trust Your Voice Within: A Conversation with Glennon Doyle & Laysha Ward

Glennon Doyle

“We’re always asking other people how we should live. And when you think about it, that’s totally hilarious because by definition, no one has ever lived the life we’re living.

No one has ever lived my life with my experiences, with my pain, with my loss, with my skills, with my effort. Every single life is an unrepeatable and unprecedented experiment, which makes it hilarious.

It’s literally like we’re asking other people for directions to places they’ve never been.”
—Glennon Doyle

It’s no secret that the past year’s pandemic has impacted women disproportionately, leaving many with an overwhelming sense of exhaustion.

Today’s episode, timed for Mental Health Awareness Month, will explore the important issues women face today around emotional, spiritual and physical health. Glennon Doyle, author of Untamed, Love Warrior, and Carry On, Warrior, speaks with Target EVP Laysha Ward to offer wisdom and invaluable advice to help you stop striving for perfection and instead start trusting your voice deep within.

Discover the joy and peace that awaits when you let go and find your truest self.

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Suze Orman Answers Your Real-Life Money Questions

Suze Orman

“Whole life insurance or variable life insurance or universal life insurance, or this new universal index life insurance that everybody is being sold right now are probably my top four hate investments that I have. I don’t like them. I’ve never liked them and I’m never going to like them, because do you think that there is an insurance company out there that’s going to pay you $100,000 death benefit if you haven’t paid them over the years at least $300,000 or $400,000 so that they can make money off of you? I don’t think so.”—Suze Orman

With tax season upon us, coupled with the financial challenges brought on by the pandemic, it’s no surprise money is top of mind for so many of us.

This special episode is a replay of the live audience Q&A from the virtual 2020 Pennsylvania Conference for Women, featuring personal finance expert Suze Orman.

Women in our community asked real-life questions and she delivered invaluable advice around debt management, retirement, investing and so much more. Listen in and learn how to best navigate this complex time and ensure your finances are secure.

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