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Episode Info: We’re doing things a little differently this week. Instead of a new guest on the show, you get me, and three past guests: Pat Wadors, Natalie Patterson, and Deborah Dalton. We’re revisiting a few conversations that I really enjoyed, and focusing in on a few moments of great advice and storytelling. This isn’t a greatest moment sort of thing. Instead it’s a few conversations that I love and stories that bring their advice to life. It’s also a great way to hear something from a past episode you may have missed. Here’s the truth, this is an experiment. If you love it, let me know. Or even if you have suggestions, tell me that too. All of my contact info is included here. About the conversations — I will set up each conversation with a little context, about the guest, why this specific conversation matters, and so on. That way, it’s easy to jump straight into the interview excerpts. More about the guests included in this episode and links to their full episodes: ■ Pat Wadors, Chief HR Officer for LinkedIn ■ Natalie Patterson, Poet, Teaching Artist, and President of the nonprofit Sister Support ■ Deborah Dalton, Executive Director of the Sonoma County-based nonprofit, Mentor Me I absolutely love these conversations, and I hand picked each one to include here. I think you’ll find some great nuggets of goodness in each conversation. Send Christopher a message about this episode at info@accidentalinformation.com, or leave him a voicemail at 1-707-347-9312 Key Takeaways [2:09] Christopher introduces the episode’s first guest, Pat Wadors, the Chief HR Officer for LinkedIn, and her thoughts on being authentic and why it matters. [4:10] You can be a subject matter expert, but if you’re not authentic about who you are, the chances of people trusting you are reduced significantly. [5:27] PatRead more »

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