Choose To Lean In

The term “lean in” became a popular business motto back in 2013 when COO of Facebook Sherly Sandberg penned the book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. “Lean in” as a concept encouraged women to adopt strategies to help them succeed and move up in the business world. The phrase took on a broader meaning as time progressed, and now applies to other areas as well, in addition to its original construct.

I recently heard the term “lean in” in a country song, and it got me thinking about the more widespread use of this word today. I am hearing this phrase more often and wanted to pay homage to it, as lately it has appeared frequently in my own vocabulary.

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How You Say It

Just a quick PSA today as I have been thinking about the importance of kindness. It’s never what you say, but always how you say it. This is not exciting news, but it has been taking up space in my head this week and I think it is a good reminder for us all (and one of my biggest pet peeves, other than chewing loudly – so gross!).

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