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Being superhuman means keeping it real

Value is a measure of worth and oftentimes has nothing to do with cost; it is about trust and faith

Heather Suttie

“If we’ve learned anything from this pandemic, it’s that we’ve had to shed our professional armour and get real,” said I in The Globe and Mail on Oct. 23. My statement was true then and remains so now. That’s because nothing is more important than being your true self to yourself and to those with whom you work, casting aside detritus and nonsense that no longer works and perhaps never did.

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