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June 09th 2016:Are We Falling for the Myth of the Middle? The Sham of Middle Class and Middle Management. How the Ego Divides and Conquers!

We keep hearing about the need to rebuild the middle class, and middle class is how we Americans like to see ourselves. We are proud that we’re not just workers. We’re better than that. We’re middle class. This appeals to our egos. Now here’s another one: Many of us are aiming to become middle management. We don’t want to be just workers. We want to be a step up, to have status. Why are these statuses a scam? Because middle class and middle management are the labels we are given so we don’t get pissed, join our peers and rebel. These titles appeal to our egos and block our Oneness. What is mid

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Chris Reese

Chris Reese is a middle manager in the financial services industry and has also been a small business owner. In her professional life, she leads a team of professionals in underwriting and marketing for a national firm, and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. As a Board member of the InnerRevolution.Org and co-leader of Unleashing the Power of Kids Program, Chris brings her organizational ability and passion to support evolution together. She strives to practice Oneness, Accountability and Mutual Support at work, home and in the community and admittedly, frequently falls on her face doing so. As a mom, wife, coworker, volunteer, and human, it’s a daily struggle to not give into
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Lynn Hillix is a nurse manager for one of the largest health care companies in the US. This is the first career for Lynn, and it took a long time to get there. She previously worked as an office manager, waitress, bartender, restaurant manager, and mother. Lynn's passion is Oncology and she has worked in Oncology since she first became a nurse at the age of 50. She often says, "People with cancer are the most appreciative people you will ever meet." During her time in nursing she worked as a chemotherapy nurse, charge nurse, case manager, and bone marrow transplant coordinator. She is no longer at the bedside, but knows that through her efforts as a manager she is making a difference in
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