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Candid Feedback

In this episode, we talk about how we are able to give candid feedback to other people. We explore how we are able to set up a conversation to be successful but truthful. How we can sometimes not want to hear feedback and how we can grow from it.

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The value of (not) breathing - with Stig Severinsen

Today we talk about how you can harness the power of breathing and breath-holding to energize yourself, calm your nervous system, improve your critical thinking and so much more. Just by breathing... or not

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Working Asynchronously

In this episode, we talk about the benefits and the challenges of working asynchronously. 

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Putting First Things First

In this episode, we talk about how we organize our days, adjust our schedule for last-minute priority, to-do's, and task lists and so much more.

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Effective and successful cross-circle projects

In this episode we talk about the recipe of a successful cross-org team work.

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Silence, it's not just about being quiet - with Bastian Overgaard

In this first-ever episode we talk about what is co-created silence and how we can use it to be more productive in business and allow more people to engage.

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