STOP Doing That! Stop Focusing on My flaws

Far too often we dismiss the greatness over a tiny flaw.  In this episode of STOP Doing That! Carol & Cindy talk about that little thing we’re all guilty of, focusing on our flaws, especially in our professional life. Why is that? It can be that we are in the wrong place, it can be that we don’t get enough feedback, frankly, it can be a lot of things! If you feel this way, this podcast is for you!SDT Cover Art

Stop Talking So Much And Ask Me Questions! – Podcast 3

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In this episode of STOP Doing That! Carol & Cindy explore the act of being curious in a world of over-talkers. We simply cannot learn from our surroundings if we spend our time expressing our own thoughts out-loud. So before I talk your ear off – It’s time to get quiet, truly listen and more importantly, learn to be curious.

Additional Learning:

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking

Stop Putting Me In a Box! I Want to Develop, Dammit! – Podcast 2

SDT Cover ArtIn this episode of STOP Doing That! Carol and Cindy from Leading Edge discuss the importance of employee development and what to do when you feel stuck in your job. Whether you’re a manager or an employee, you certainly don’t want to miss this learning! What are you waiting for? Start to work your way out of the developmental-growth-stunting-box and start growing! We’ll show you how.

Additional Learning:

  • Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
  • FYI: For Your Improvement by Michael Lombardo
  • Lean in: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg


Stop Doing Sh*t When I’m Talking to You! It’s Rude! – Podcast 1

SDT Cover ArtIn a world full of technology, never-ending to-do lists, and racing minds it’s easy to get lost or distracted. Join Carol and Cindy of Leading Edge in this month’s STOP Doing That! on a journey of how to be present! That’s right, we mean by giving your full attention to the people and things around you. You will laugh and listen your way to an “Ahh Haa” moment as this podcast reminds you of a very important aspect of human connection. Along the way, you will learn how to become a better manager and person. Hey! Are you still with me?