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Ten things I’ve learned from Reflecting on Mental Health Awareness Month

When leaders speak openly about their struggles with anxiety, depression, or the constant comparing themselves to others.┬áIt creates space so that their employees can be open about how they are feeling. Especially quota-carrying roles where 50% of your salary can come from your performance, so when something like COVID-19 hits it drastically affects your livelihood…

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