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Ashland Author Gives Advice For Journeying Into The Unknown

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"To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before" is great for Star Trek, but it can be a little scary in real life. 

Making big decisions have consequences, and some of us just freeze at the prospect of making them. 

Rogue Valley lawyer/business executive/author Julie Benezet recognizes the difficulties, and offers advice in a book called The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There Is None.  Julie Benezet joins us to talk about some of the cases she's observed, and how they helped her refine an approach to undertaking a major endeavor.  
 

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