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Responsible Individualism
Developing the skills of emotional intelligence, empathy and personal responsibility to create happy, healthy and wise living. Curated content on the Art of Being A Grownup.
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Living Out The 5 Languages of Love

Living Out The 5 Languages of Love | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
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Living out love languages in your daily interactions can create a remarkable change in your emotional life.
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Why We Will Never Find The Meaning Of Our Lives Through Success

Why We Will Never Find The Meaning Of Our Lives Through Success | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
We can only live for the ups, or we can just enjoy the ride.
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There's more to life than planning for success. Self worth and value can come from curiosity in the moment.What if each day we lived without measuring it's worth?
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There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration

There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Everyone seems to agree that collaboration across functions is critical for major projects and initiatives.
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Why Communication, Collaboration and Cooperation Matter 


Takeaway:

  • Communication can make or break a final integration when working cross function or collaboratIng on major initiatives.
  • Teams may be kept informed without being actively engaged in a joint effort. 
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Seeking Out Online Communities Translates to Real-World Action | Big Think

Seeking Out Online Communities Translates to Real-World Action | Big Think | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Forums and their members get a bad rap. It isn't the outdated, troll-happy online cesspool you think it is. It's a place to find community and support. You may even walk away feeling like a more productive member of society. 
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What Successful Work and Life Integration Looks Like

What Successful Work and Life Integration Looks Like | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it

Too many people believe that to achieve great things we must make brutal sacrifices, that to succeed in work we must focus single-mindedly, at the expense of everything else in life.

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It is possible to create a career and business that is fulfilling and structured around a Life that works for you. 


Good insights, from women who are making it work, along with some tips for reducing the stress levels and upping your game.


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Courtney Jones works with entrepreneurs, executives and freelance professionals who want to build their confidence, expand their communication skills and develop leadership qualities to increase their current success.

Clients see breakthroughs in Setting and Achieving Outcomes, Increased confidence in communication and leadership skills and bette Self Awareness. www.CourtneyJonesConsulting.com



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Barbara Corcoran on the Secret to Handling Rejection -

In this 'Trep Talk Extra, the Shark Tank star and angel investor shares her secret for handling rejection in business.Read more at http://www.entrepreneur.co...
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What Your Business Can Learn From... Bob Dylan

What Your Business Can Learn From... Bob Dylan | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Don't let anyone kill your vision.
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How many times have you shared your vision with someone and watched as they immediately begin to kill it, because they didn't realize what YOU were capable of?

 

Great insight from Bob Dylan on creating your destiny while being selective in who you share your vision with.

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Courtney Jones works with creative women leaders to build cool companies and speaks on the topic of emotional intelligence and playing nicely with others in the workplace.

 

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She can currently be found playing nicely with other #Cultural Creatives and Freelance Super Heroes at www.CourtneyJonesConsulting.com 

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The 7 Habits Of Truly Genuine People

The 7 Habits Of Truly Genuine People | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Being authentic requires a different approach to life—here's what you need to know:
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Genuine authenticity comes from a core set of values and way of being.Speaking your mind, without fear.Being accepting of others.Self Esteem is an Inside Job
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How Egos Distort the Way We See Each Other

How Egos Distort the Way We See Each Other | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
We don't come across as we think we do — and we're not as good judges of others as we assume, either.
Courtney Jones's insight:
Our words and actions can be taken out of context and misunderstandings arise.This video (2:06) looks at somes of the biases we bring to interactions.Closeness and Relevance are two of the dynamics that play a big factor in how we come across to others.
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3 Ways to Make Less Biased Decisions

3 Ways to Make Less Biased Decisions | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Unconscious bias – judgments and behaviors toward others that we’re not aware of – is everywhere in our lives.
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Ending Gender Discrimination Requires More than a Training Program

Ending Gender Discrimination Requires More than a Training Program | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
Awareness is only a first step.
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Jill Abramson and the 'Narrow Band' of Acceptable Female Behavior

Jill Abramson and the 'Narrow Band' of Acceptable Female Behavior | Responsible Individualism | Scoop.it
One reason the former executive editor of the Times wasn't well-liked is because "aggressive" female leaders rarely are.
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Did Jill Abramson have too much "sass" for the top brass?
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