Tag Archives: Circumstances

Am I the Worst?

I work as a product manager at a small start-up. I’m only two years out of college, and recently, I was thrust into a new role. I’m excited. However, I’ve been dropping several balls. I’ve failed to communicate with my … Continue reading

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Correcting a Co-Worker’s Grammar: Helpful or Hurtful?

Reading the query, below I love the columnist’s advice and share it with you in its entirety. I recently switched jobs and have been training to use a complicated new computer system. The young woman helping me is terrific: kind, … Continue reading

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Collaborate

Collaborate with your partner to adapt to unforeseen circumstances. Make beauty a priority. Treat each other with kindness. Indulge in nostalgic reflection.

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Expect It!

“We discover who we are not by wrestling with our circumstances, but by listening to God’s guidance. Work clarifies and enhances our purpose. It does not define it. Prayer defines our purpose. Meditation crystalizes it. Stillness shows us how to … Continue reading

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Navigating Aging

Instead of arguing with an older adult who says, “I don’t want any assistance,” try to follow up by asking “Tell me more. What are you concerned about?” They may reveal there are circumstances at home — perhaps hoarding, perhaps … Continue reading

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