Great leaders master the ability to influence others positively; they create an environment free from toxic, fearful, and intimidating leadership. They inspire and encourage their team to become the best version of themselves while using their influence to create a work environment their team love.

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If you are at your rock-bottom moment right now, don’t panic, your situation is temporary. Everything in life is seasonal, so what you are experiencing will pass. Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you have ever been to stand back up taller than you ever were.

#KeepItLite #TrudyLite #TheTrudyLiteChatShow Healthy Meals – Cautionary Tales – The Trudy Lite Chat Show 2021

Universal Changes

Going into ##MercuryRetrograde#Communicate is the A game Expect Cancellations& #SocialFauxPas 1. Step back 🤔 through2. Strategize well move forward B/C#FullMoon 2#LeoLunar#Thursday 116PMCST#Screenwriters#Screenwriting#FilmMaking#AgeOfAquarius #WhatTheBleepDoYouKnow — Jessica Nile Brunelle (@JessicaBrunell1) January 25, 2021

Ben Affleck on Playing an Alcoholic in ‘The Way Back’ – Variety

In “The Way Back,” Ben Affleck received some of the strongest reviews of his career. It was a part that hit close to home for the actor. — Read on

‘The Way Back’: Ben Affleck Interview — Contenders Film – Deadline

The Way Back star Ben Affleck addressed just how close to his own life the role of alcoholic basketball coach Jack Cunningham comes. — Read on

“Why Do We Lie and Who To?” By: Jessica N. Brunelle

We lie to strangers, friends, enemies, family, bosses, co-workers, and mostly to ourselves. We lie for survival. We lie because we are selfish. We lie because we are afraid. We are afraid of judgment. We are afraid of consequences, and we are afraid of not being accepted by others. We lie to ourselves to avoid… Continue reading “Why Do We Lie and Who To?” By: Jessica N. Brunelle