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Ep 8 – 3 Leadership Mistakes that Made Me a Better Leader with Dr. Darlene A Mayo

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Ep 8 – 3 Leadership Mistakes that Made Me a Better Leader with Dr. Darlene A Mayo

August 5, 2020

Ep 8 – 3 Leadership Mistakes that Made Me a Better Leader with Dr. Darlene A Mayo

In today’s episode, you will meet Dr. Darlene A. Mayo. She is a neurosurgeon and a neuroscientist who helps healthcare professionals and other high achievers reach peak performance of mind, body, and spirit, using groundbreaking techniques in neuroscience, so you can unlock your full potential. Through online coaching programs, workshops, and private consulting, she helps you regain passion for your career, revitalize your relationships, and elevate your energy.

To connect with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo find her links below:

She offers a complimentary stress assessment:

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