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Supporting the workers of Indianapolis: Employed—Unemployed; Happy—Frustrated; Executive—Employee. All are welcome!

Author: Kathy Slaughter

Hi, I'm Kathy G. Slaughter. Based on my personal experience and professional expertise, I believe "the un-examined life is not worth living." Un-examined patterns and beliefs hinder our ability to live rewarding and authentic lives. Our behavior, whether in or outside the workforce, consists of knee-jerk psychological reflexes. This reality limits our ability to be happy and productive in all areas of life. My passion lies in helping individuals and organizations identify patterns and beliefs that are limiting their ability to fulfill their role in an authentic and satisfying ways. My greatest goal is to connect with you and through our connection, transform how you perceive your life and your choices. Life is too short to live it un-examined.

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Working from Home Actually Declining

Awhile back I came across an interesting chart. It illustrates changes in how we commute to work over our lifetimes. While the graph aims to show the increase in how many of us drive our own cars, what I noticed was the change in the number of people working from home. In everyday conversation people […]

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Mon, December 2 2013 » Corporate Culture, Work/Life Balance » No Comments

Introvert Strengths in the Workplace

Introverts are everywhere, but we live in a world full of outgoing, happy people who want to meet everyone and ensure that the party never ends! What are you supposed to do at work and how are you supposed to advance your career if you prefer spending time by yourself?

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Wed, September 26 2012 » Self Development » No Comments

5 Tips for Networking as an Introvert

Networking events are often extra challenging for those of us who recharge by spending time alone. A key distinction between extroverts and introverts is related to how we energize or recharge.

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Sat, September 8 2012 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Personal Organization, Self Development » No Comments

Dracula: the Panto

An important part of working in Indy is knowing how to play in Indy. And playing in Indy doesn’t get any better than Fringe Fest. For those of you who doesn’t know, Fringe Fest is a week-long+ festival of one hour plays of extraordinary range and wit. Buy a backer button for $5 to support […]

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Sun, August 19 2012 » Indianapolis News » No Comments

[VIDEO] Mental Health and the Workplace

Over the weekend, a new commercial caught my eye. It was a PSA about mental health. Directed by Ron Howard, it depicts the impact and pervasiveness of mental health in an elegant way:

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Wed, February 29 2012 » Corporate Culture, Stress and Mindfullness » No Comments