Tag Archives: Positivity

Visionary Standpoint

What advice do you have for women who’ve been laid off?  Determine what’s going to work best for you in the long term, not what’s working for you right now. From a visionary standpoint, start thinking of where you want … Continue reading

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Do you have any questions for me

When an interviewer asks you this question, it is very important that you have an answer. Many candidates make the mistake of saying that they have no questions at the end of the interview. What this does is communicate to … Continue reading

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Combat Nerves

I’m in nerve –racking situations on a daily basis. I negotiate with titans of industries, so I make sure to know what I’m talking about. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real … Continue reading

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Trauma of Job Loss

Work matters- it helps put food on the table and clothes on our back. It connects us to an evolving world. It often develops and affirms our identities. Even when it feels like an idleness, work engages us and shapes … Continue reading

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The Experience

Hooks Ain’t I a Woman blew my mind because I read it at a time when I’d never had a close friend who was a woman of color. Now I turn to memoir a lot when I want to understand … Continue reading

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