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A New Way to Goal-Set for Life and Work in an Abnormal World

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Omicron is here. And Pi, Rho, and Sigma are possibly right around the corner. If the last 20 months have taught us anything, it is that we will have to deal with tectonic change in a way we never expected to: nearly daily. For those of us who don’t like change — or who resist it with…




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Julio Vincent Gambuto

Julio Vincent Gambuto

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