We've heard it said that you are supposed to learn from your experiences. We teach our children this. We often ask this of society. Our history begs us to ask, what did you learn? And these experiences, whether they were successes or failures, whether we chose them or they happened to us, raise complex emotions that affect not only how we feel about ourselves, but how we work, how we work together, and how we get things done. These experiences can also lead to great transformation when we are willing face the challenge of reconciling the lessons we've learned to the questions
surrounding YRU. Questions that ask, YRU motivated? YRU reluctant to change? YRU willing to take a risk?
These questions can seem daunting without structure and space to engage and challenge the lessons that have impacted the person that we are, but when we are willing to press in to the hard experience that have transformed us, we can learn more about the person we are at work, with our families, and in our communities. YRU provides a unique space to do just this.
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