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3 Hard Things to Say

Karl Bradley ·
If you like sports at all you've likely seen or read something from this person. He's the simply smart & wildly witty Woody Paige ! A while back his chalkboard had this wisdom: Yep, you guessed it, we're going to unpack these a bit! I need help. When people don't feel safe enough to admit they need others to do their work, fear is dominating. When fear is present our brains are in flight/flight/freeze mode helping us make "survival" decisions. This works against us when collaborating is...
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Yvonne ·
Worcestershire sauce is easier to say than "I need help" and "I am sorry". Being in a household which used the stuff, we always said "Wuss-ta-sheer" sauce. I think in the UK, they say "Wuss-ter" , named after the place in the England, or was that place in New England? I am So sorry! I forget from where the stuff originated. I do need help.
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Marcia Parcell ·
Karl, Great information to help in so many situations!
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Debra Sweeten ·
Help me to laugh!
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What I keep in my heart. A fun game happy wheels
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