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Stop Stalling, and Follow Your Internal Compass

When we think of great leaders, we often think of their decisiveness. I define leaders as people who make things happen. What that boils down to is, to lead you decide to take action. As the leader of my own company, I am at the helm. I decide the direction this ship is sailing. I decide what and where to focus the time, energy, and money in my business. Recently, I've decided to offer new services to my corporate clients.
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