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Distractibility, Focus and Leadership

Last night I attended the Oregon Symphony’s performance of Igor Stravinski’s Petrushka. It was brilliantly performed with the addition of puppeteers and a live video feed onto a huge screen above the orchestra. Carnival Chaos The setting of Petrushka is a carnival and the musicians all had various parts to play to create the atmosphere. […]

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Dealing with the Habit of Too Much at Work

I went to a solo performance called First Born this weekend. Gigi Rosenberg wrote and performed the work and was brilliant! She starts the show with talking about how her mother and stepfather’s visits were just too much to handle. The visits were too noisy, too strange, too long for her liking, therefore, too disruptive […]

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Taking Up a Small Space Lessens Women’s Credibility as Leaders

Portland’s Greek Festival was last week. The food, smells and music all bring back childhood memories for me, so it has become a family tradition to attend the festival. On the days we go, the rest of Portland also tries to squeeze itself into the area around the Greek Orthodox Church. But, the crowds do […]

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