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TEDx Toronto: Thresholds of Change With 5 Seconds of Courage

If you’ve been perusing my blog and Twitter (@Chadnick) of late you’ll know that I was at the TEDx Toronto conference last month. What a fabulous day! Chock full of ideas, inspiration, terrific people and amazing stories. The theme of this year’s event was “Thresholds.” I confess, leading up to the event I hadn’t had a chance […]

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TEDx Toronto: Why our stories are killing us

Do you have a story about yourself? An identity that you hold on tightly to describe who you are; what you do; and potentially what’s next? Perhaps your story is headlined with your professional title or designation: “I’m a doctor, dentist, accountant, VP Big Job”. Or “I’ve always done ‘this’ or ‘that’ so that’s why […]

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Career Confusion? 3 Tips to Navigate When Unsure “What’s Next”

Change is Messy. Have you heard this expression – “Change is Messy”? It’s something I’ve heard — and said — many times over the years. In the coaching profession our work is often about helping our clients create and navigate change. And in our own lives – well, let’s just say that I’ve created and […]

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