Month: April 2020

“And when I thought ’I can’t go on,’ the universe expanded, mother earth hummed and the moon whispered, ’Yes, you can’.” ~Wicked Words Heartbreak. The feeling that so many of us would pay big (BIG) money to skip through. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard (and heard myself say), “I just want
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Contrary to appearances, Netflix’s hit movie Marriage Story is not a story about divorce. It is, as its title indicates, a story about marriage. More specifically, it is the story of how a good marriage goes bad for one simple reason: Appreciation Deficit Disorder.      What is appreciation deficit disorder? While Appreciation Deficit Disorder isn’t a clinical disorder,
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The following resources are being curated by i4cp’s research team to assist leaders, managers, and employees in their planning and strategizing for return to work and the workplace. Corporate Practice Guides, Toolkits, & Playbooks From Cushman & Wakefield: THE SAFE SIX: WORKPLACE READINESS ESSENTIALS From Cushman & Wakefield: RECOVERY READINESS A HOW-TO GUIDE FOR REOPENING
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