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Series: Reflections from Boss’D

Malaise I love the e-book fable format (from last week,  here)! You are giving Patrick Lencioni a serious run for his money. I’m less crazy about the ratios. Rather than reduce humanity to an equation, I’d rather see you continue to ask the right “Socratic dialogue” questions. By the

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Lessons From My Calls with Bob: Lesson 4 of 9

Build a Personal Board of Directors “You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.” — Jim Rohn “Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future.” — Mark Ambrose “You need to associate with people that inspire you, people that challenge you

Keeping A Journal

Here are 7 good reasons of why you should keep a journal: 1- Helps you make better decisions because you think deeper before you act 2- Assists in tracking how your learning grows as your point of view constantly gets more refined with knowledge and experience 3- Allows you to

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Reflection: Combating Our Excuse’s Perception

Insights from Boss’d As Four Loop Learning grows, we want to intentionally increase the perspectives that are shared with you. That is why we are thrilled to introduce you to one of our very own community members, and dear friends, Andrew O’Hearn. Inspired by the Salty Dog-theme, his Boston

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The Doug Den: Lesson 3 of 9

Leverage Your Network Now I know what you might be thinking. "Leveraging your network" is not rocket science advice. We all know in the back of our heads that tapping our networks can be helpful. But -- rarely do we weave in creative thinking about our networks while strategic

Loss of a Twin Brother

It is with much sadness that I share with you that my twin brother Charlie passed away on March 2oth from complications with pneumonia. Charles R. Cancalosi was a loving Dad who brought 3 healthy children into this world: Kyle, Karla & Kelsey. As we all reconcile with the challenges

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The Doug Den: Lesson 2 of 9

Dreaming big is only part of the equation. Create routine Big Swings. Perhaps it was the neat combination of growing up as a 90's kid (fondly referred to as the "participation trophy" generation) and being very lucky to have supportive parents, but the phrase “dream big” or “shoot

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Insights from Boss’d

As Four Loop Learning grows, we want to intentionally increase the perspectives that are shared with you. That is why we are thrilled to introduce you to one of our very own community members, and dear friends, Andrew O'Hearn. Inspired by the Salty Dog-theme, his Boston Terrier, Boss'd (pronounced "Boss-D")

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Previously known as “Bobston.life”, this blog was created in May of 2018 and contained 88 blogs on what was on my mind throughout my medical journey in Boston over the recent years.

Now, it has grown to hold additional insights on my viewpoints, as well as guest appearances, related to reflective writing and leadership journal coaching. I hope you enjoy the transition and all the contents!

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