Day: January 12, 2021

Balancing the Feminine and Masculine in Business


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“We are all geniuses, and we each came into this world with a specific genius,” says Elisa Canali. “When we look at your ‘gene keys’ and ‘human design,’ and we decode your chart, we can clearly identify your genius and see what you are here to bring to the collective. What is your vocation? What is your purpose? What is your life’s work? What is your soul fractal — that is, Who are the people you are actually meant to touch with your unique transmission?” 

Months ago, this would have sounded like a different language to me. I hired Canali as my coach and learned all about my human design profile, gene keys and increasing my income during one of her woman-focused mastermind groups

Related: 4 Things to Consider Before Joining a Mastermind Group

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Do you really want a CEO to be a role model?

When Fortune magazine named Elon Musk as the 2020 Businessperson of the Year, its CEO, Alan Murray, announced the news with palpable distaste: “I have never been a Musk fanboy; he is a mix of some of the worst characteristics of today’s leaders — more messianic than Adam Neumann, as allergic to rules and governance as Travis Kalanick, nearly as narcissistic as Donald Trump.” So why honor Musk? He has been extraordinarily successful at turning bold visions into successful companies. As a result, Tesla’s stock is up more than 1,000 percent since the summer of 2019, making its CEO and largest shareholder, with a nearly 20 percent stake, the second richest person in the world.

Musk is the latest in a long line of celebrated leaders who aren’t exactly paragons of good behavior. Steve Jobs was another notable example. In his acclaimed biography of Jobs, Walter Isaacson documented his subject’s

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