Just Be Direct.

Just Be Direct.

One of the areas I’ve been working on in my own life (professionally and otherwise) in the last year is being comfortable and confident in speaking my mind.

This doesn’t mean blurting out every thought that comes into my mind, especially without regard to who I’m blurting it out to or how it might come across.

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Communications and culture leader, author, certified coach, lawyer, yoga teacher. www.azureleadership.com/honestlyspeakingbook

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Communications and culture leader, author, certified coach, lawyer, yoga teacher. www.azureleadership.com/honestlyspeakingbook

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