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Jane’s professional experience is scattered across industries from financial services and insurance to engineering and manufacturing. Jane sees her background in writing and editing website content as the foundation to her current love of social media. Being an avid reader, meticulous note taker and lifelong learner has fostered her natural pursuit of sharing her world through writing book reviews and blog posts.  »  View Profile
Apr
21

What We Value

by  Jane Anderson  |  Self Leadership
What We Value

Who you are as a person is more important than what you do. Have your values ever been challenged? Do you know what your values are? When asked what our values are, we easily articulate what we believe our values to be. We want to live with integrity, be discerning » Read More

Mar
28

Are You For Real?

by  Jane Anderson  |  Self Leadership
Are You For Real?

I was in a gift shop one lazy afternoon, sort of lost in my own little world. I wandered about reading pictures, posters, and plaques on the wall. I looked up at one, completely mesmerized at its profound identity with what I had been feeling for weeks: “Always be yourself » Read More

Feb
20

Be Selfish

by  Jane Anderson  |  Self Leadership
Be Selfish

Are you selfish? What was your answer? You said no, didn’t you? Nobody wants to be known as the selfish one. Nobody wants a reputation as a taker. For the next 900 words or so, be selfish. Here. Let me ease your mind a bit. Instead of thinking “selfish,” think » Read More

Dec
05

The Graceful No

by  Jane Anderson  |  Self Leadership
The Graceful No

How to get more work done without really trying. Now there’s a topic I could put my bookmark in! Perusing the bookshelves at my local Barnes & Noble, I pulled out a shiny red-covered book and stared at the imprint in the yellow circle cutout. “Stop the busywork » Read More

Mar
31

Whipping up a Masterpiece

by  Jane Anderson  |  Team Dynamics
Whipping Up a Masterpiece

Before you even start reading, let me guess what you’ll say! Will it be “what is she thinking?” Believe it or not, I’m thinking, “What a great theme for the month of March!” The Lead Change Group theme for March is “tell about a time when you broke the » Read More

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