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    Feminine Leadership Paradigm #5: Resource Obtaining vs. Sharing

    October 1st, 2012

    The fifth paradigm of feminine leadership is the idea of resource sharing over resource obtaining. This is where we play a game that everyone can win instead of having clear winners and losers.

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    Feminine Leadership Paradigm #4: Gain Power vs. Empower

    September 12th, 2012

    So many people want to join an organization to have authority for authority’s sake.  They want to have the power because there’s something sexy and fun about having authority. But they are missing the true power of feminine leadership, which is to empower and inspire those around us.

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    Feminine Leadership Paradigm #3: Profit vs. Service Motive

    July 2nd, 2012

    With a purely profit motive, what occurs to you to do is entirely different than if your focus is on how to provide the highest service and the highest value possible to your customers and to the people that are in your world.

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    Inspired by the leadership of Jennifer Russell

    June 21st, 2012

    Bryan Franklin, Jennifer’s partner in life and love, created this special video as a surprise wedding gift. He asked powerful and successful women – thought leaders, community leaders, loving wives and mothers – one question, “What is the nature of the evolutionary change taking place right now in feminine leadership?”

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    Feminine Leadership Paradigm #2: Goal Setting vs. Emergent

    June 7th, 2012

    The masculine mindset is one of setting goals. We create a business plan.  We create a set of things that we’re trying to accomplish.  We’re at A and we’re trying to get to B and we create milestones.  This is a valuable way of creating a new future, but I want to offer you different way of approaching things. Instead of just setting goals, focus on nurturing all of your relationships.

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