Life can get pretty comfy when you’re living in that safe space inside the box.

Until the box breaks wide open—
Crushed. Stomped. Smashed!

All those plans you had? Yeah, they’re gone.

And now it’s up to you:
Is it game over?
Or game on?!

In this episode, the Think Tank of Three talk with Alexis Neumann of mConnexions about navigating life outside of your comfort zone.
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Imagine you’re a rookie walking out onto the field to play a game you’ve never played before, against others who’ve been playing their entire lives.

That’s us, women! (According to today’s guest.) So, grab your bat and glove and clipboard for notes, she’s going to share her own play-by-play to help us understand stand the unwritten rules of business.

In this episode of the Think Tank of Three Podcast, Erin Wolf shares the Unwritten Rules of Business.

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Why outsource, when you can just learn the trade yourself?  That’s what Roshelle Stovall Lee asked herself and then proceeded to do just that.  She took her God-given skills, molded them, practiced them and turned herself into the one stop shop that absolutely follows the adage “I can do anything”.  But she is quick to point out, this is HER story, you have to develop your own.  It’s episode #49 of Think Tank of Three podcast.

Continue Reading Being Unapologetically You with Roshelle Stovall Lee – Episode #49

How do you hold it together when it seems the world is coming apart?

Today, we’re talking pandemic life, entrepreneur life, mom life, and just well life, with a guest who has a lot to say about how to hold space for yourself when you need it.

Welcome to the podcast. I’m Julie Holton here with Audrea Fink and Reischea Canidate-Kapasouris  We are your Think Tank of Three.

Continue Reading Holding Space for Yourself in Life with Kate Snyder – Episode #48

With the shift to working remotely, the insanity of 2020 in general, and the stress levels of everyone around me I’ve noticed conversations getting a little crunchy lately.

I’ve had to do a lot of pausing, deep breathing, and counting to ten in my conversations. I find I’m regularly checking myself and my reactions against the things others say in discussion with me.

Are they being jerks? Do we just disagree? Do they have any awareness of how they’re being perceived?

In today’s professional setting especially, it is so important to check yourself (before you wreck yourself) before you react.

Here’s how you can do that.
Continue Reading Is It Bad Behavior Or Do You Just Disagree?

I’m sure you’ve considered hiring a management consultant when you were faced with a business obstacle that was difficult to solve on your own.

But management consultants aren’t always the best answer.

You’ve heard of the phrase, “fake it ‘til you make it?’”

In an article from the Harvard Business Review, the authors reveal all of the ways consultants live by this motto. Some consultants are sold to us as experts even if they necessarily aren’t in reality. Here’s why instead of hiring a consultant, an agile coach would be a better investment for your company.

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I was just helping a few people rewrite and beef up their LinkedIn pages this week… and thought… maybe yours may need a little reworking. When was the last time you updated your profile? Or posted an article to attract more eyeballs? Added a link to recent work of yours?

With so much information out there… we’re on overload.

Newsfeeds. Overposting. White noise. Buzz words. It can be difficult to stand out. As you grow your personal brand and market yourself, one key part (and often a forgotten step) is developing a bio that reflects your worth.

Continue Reading The Importance (and how to write) a Professional Online Bio