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Apology Annihilator

Apologies are easy, or so it would seem. We utter them all the time for minor things without a second thought: “Sorry, I’m running late.” “Sorry, what did you say?” “I’m sorry, but I was here first.” But making a sincere apology is … Continue reading

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Gracious Rejection

Most gracious response to rejection/career setback:  Thank you for the opportunity . Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively … Continue reading

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Getting to No

Learning to Say No. I came up with six questions that I hoped would help me reclaim my life. I call them The Big Six, and I offer them here for one simple reason: They work. Next time someone asks you … Continue reading

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Learning to Say No.

That night I came up with six questions that I hoped would help me reclaim my life. I call them The Big Six, and I offer them here for one simple reason: They work. Next time someone asks you a … Continue reading

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Career Growth

If you haven’t already, think about where your field should be headed. Ask yourself, “What are the grand challenges in my field?’ “What should I know that I don’t?” “How can my work help?’ Instead of focusing on numbers of … Continue reading

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