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Seeing things as they authentically are separates fact from fiction. It clarifies next steps. Self-reflection forms the foundation of every new beginning.

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1. Dare to do something that scares you

Then, debrief the experience. Was it exhilarating and fun, or mediocre and traumatic?

What does this dare enable you to do more or less of now? Rinse and repeat this.

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5. Dare to ask for something you want

Without even realizing it, you may be asking for things that you do not want to happen rather than those that you do.

Let go of that narrative and boldly ask for a referral or a connection, or a raise or simply for something different.

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3. Dare to put yourself first on your calendar

You may not be creating space for action steps after you pencil in everything else.

So reverse engineer the process and create space for professional aspirations and personal down time first.

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9. Dare to set boundaries that fit

Great decision-making begins with flexible boundaries . Running your own business with the same rules and strategies that defined your corporate role will hamper your success.

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10. Dare to hold a mirror up

Fact check your life daily. See your reflection, engage your senses and get in the habit of separating negative chatter from nurturing conversations, real from imagined and limitations from possibilities.

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6. Dare yourself to get one solid goal accomplished

Then another. Instead of focusing on all of your goals and dreams, prioritize one or two important ones.

Resist the need to overload yourself with other shiny objects and work strategically to accomplish what you envisioned.

Once complete, move on to the next one. Can’t complete as envisioned? Then tweak and recalibrate your goal to move forward.

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7. Dare to be more accepting

The moment you stop tolerating is the moment you begin accepting. Acceptance requires you to let go of judgement and to authentically be okay with situations as they unfold, minus preset agendas and expectations.

Acceptance frees your mind and elevates your energy level to expand upon what is possible.

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4. Dare yourself to be present

Every time you focus on yesterday or overthink tomorrow, you rob yourself of today. Start with a weekend and challenge yourself to stay in the moment for all 48 hours.

Keep your energy and your actions positioned on what you can do right now. What shifts?

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It is only in consistently meeting yourself that you can understand to expand, and grow to know. It is only when you fully reveal yourself that you are organically present and with that awareness comes self-leadership and a legacy lived.

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8. Dare to forgive

Forgiving someone does not mean that you forgot what happened or that you even agree with it.

What it does mean is that you are willing to let go of that imperfect moment for the good of the overall relationship. Forgiveness frees your mind and your heart for greater expansion and growth.

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2. Dare yourself to spend time alone

A date alone with your thoughts, perhaps doing something mindless to recharge, is often one of the things that slips through the cracks of a busy life.

If you get to know yourself better, you up the energy on every other relationship in your life.

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How do you want to reinvent yourself in 2021? How will you dare to begin?

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Choosing the same rituals over and over again in relationships will, over time, begin to feel ill-fitted. That is because as you change and the world changes, the rules, boundaries, and traditions that define what you do and how you do it have to change as well. Seek the alignment between the moment and who you are in it. It is at that intersection that boundaries get re-written.

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Whatever system you have is a central source of truth that everyone in the organization or company can utilize. As a CS Ops leader, your role will be understanding and organizing the revealed data. 

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Why Interviewers Ask It

This introductory question serves as an icebreaker to lend an easy flow to the conversation. It helps the recruiter to get to know you in terms of hard and soft skills.

It’s a great opportunity to demonstrate that you can communicate clearly and effectively.

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