The message about authenticity has gotten through loud and clear. We know that to be in business today and build real relationships with those we do business with based on trust, we must be authentic. I’m thrilled entrepreneurs and Creative Warriors have embraced this all important message. And now we’re hearing a lot about alter-egos, super powers, and finding our superhero within. Isn’t this a conflict you might be thinking? Be authentic AND have an alter-ego? Well, before everyone gets confused, let’s have a chat about this and set the record straight.
“Authenticity is not something we become. It’s something we uncover.”
The Talking Stick is in your hands now. Let us hear from you.
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