Our Feelings Aren’t A Distraction In Business, They’re Rocket Fuel

Debbie King would argue that the opposite is true. King is a business mindset coach and author of … [+] the new book, Loving Your Business.

Debbie King

When it comes to business, do you discount feelings or associate them with weakness? Does the word conjure up the image of someone crying or being “emotional”? Maybe you believe that to succeed as a leader, you should suppress your feelings. Show only confidence and a stiff upper lip. 

Debbie King would argue that the opposite is true. King is a business mindset coach and author of the new

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