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Name of the Organization
Known Coworking
Contact Person
Barb Nangle
Job Title
Community Manager
Contact phone
475-323-9097
E-mail
barb@knowncoworking.com
Website
http://nhvknown.com
Interest
Career Assistance, Economic Development
Description Interest
KNOWN Coworking is an entrepreneur-serving organization that's dedicated to growing BIPOC businesses in the Greater New Haven area.

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Why People Pleasing Is Dishonest and Manipulative and Two Tips For How To Change

Posted on October 20, 2023 at 10:51am 0 Comments

You may be a people-pleaser if you…

  • go way above and beyond the “call of duty”
  • really want people to depend on you and you’re crushed when you’re not able to follow through on something you said you’d do
  • you jump through hoops to make things happen for other people
  • you frequently drop what you’re doing to help…
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At 7:40am on June 23, 2023, Lee Cruz said…

Barb,

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