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Quiet people definitely have a lot to contribute — to themselves, their communities, their company.

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“We’re having a brainstorm in 10 minutes… I’ll be asking on each one of you for your opinion.” My boss wrote over Slack. It was actually 85 minutes before the meeting even started, and then everyone spent an unproductive 20 minutes talking about their general fears and concerns of the issue. I’m always really nervous about…




Extrapolating the here and now to glimpse the near future.

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