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Michele Jennae

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Diagnosis: SoulAche

Imagine you have a headache. If you’re like most people, you’re likely to be focused on that pain whether you want to be or not. Even when you try to ignore it, it still bothers you. You’re likely to be less patient and understanding, not only with yourself, but with…

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“Networking is not about just connecting people. It’s about connecting people with people, people with ideas, and people with opportunities.”
Michele Jennae

“One thing I've found... the road rarely rises up to meet you until you've begun walking.”
Michele Jennae

“Authenticity is what makes a relatable person believable. It is what makes the relatability sustainable. Anyone can fake relatability for a time, but authenticity is what makes it real.”
Michele Jennae, The Connectworker

“Sometimes life knocks you on your ass... get up, get up, get up!!! Happiness is not the absence of problems, it's the ability to deal with them.”
Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free

“I'm following a dream and as far as I know there are no rules in a dream....”
Danny Kemp

“Playing it safe and tiptoeing through life is exhausting. Keeping all of your gifts trapped inside tires the crap out of you. It takes the same amount of effort to create something extraordinary as it takes to create something ordinary.”
Lysa Mateu, Psychic Diaries: Connecting with Who You Are, Why You're Here, and What Lies Beyond

“So many misconceptions surround the notion of heroism. Far too many categorize a hero as a champion on the battlefield, a commander of legions, a master of rare talent or ability. Granted, there have been heroes who fit those descriptions. But many men of great evil as well. Heed me. A hero sacrifices for the greater good. A hero is true to his or her conscience. In short, heroism means doing the right thing regardless of the consequences. Although any person could fit that description, very few do. Choose this day to be one of them."

(Beyonders - A World Without Heroes)”
Brandon Mull

“Do you think a champion is made out of thin air? It’s through the hardships you endure that you’ll gain real strength.”
Gail Tsukiyama, The Street of a Thousand Blossoms

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There are four types of people. Connectors, Networkers, Both (Connectworkers) and those that are neither. Let's discuss the difference and elevate ...more



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