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Tara McFarland

Transition and Recognizing Burnout

Lately, I’ve been running into people who are feeling frustrated and exhausted. This year is shaping up to be a reset as more companies mandate returning to work or increase their requirements for people to be in the office. Suddenly, there are multiple in-person events to choose from, Zoom &

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Career
Tara McFarland

Jumping Off the Corporate Ladder Was the Best Decision

Jumping off the corporate ladder and making drastic changes to where I focus my energy was a decision I didn’t make intellectually so much as feel. It was terrifying, and I thought that if I jumped off and couldn’t “make it” doing something else, I’d fail. What has happened is

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Tara McFarland

Become Curious to Find Solutions

How do you become curious in the face of adversity? Building this muscle is essential in creating the career and life you want. Let’s be real, interactions that leave you upset and frustrated aren’t going to magically go away. However, the way you approach these interactions can have an enormous

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Tara McFarland

3 Ways to Improve Communication

I think we can all agree that the way we communicate affects us deeply on a day-to-day basis. Communication is at the core of the energy, from meetings that flow and energize to interactions that leave us drained and exhausted. I know you don’t want to be the person contributing

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Tara McFarland

Imposter Syndrome

What is Imposter Syndrome? In a 1978 study, two psychologists, Pauline Rose Clance and Suzanne Imes identified imposter phenomenon.(1)  The study focused on 150 high-achieving women, and the authors cite family dynamics and societal role stereotyping as contributing significantly to the development of the phenomenon. In the study, they found

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