Tag Archives: problem solving

Too Good to Promote

I recently asked my boss about possibly moving to a different position. I was stunned when he replied, “That’s not likely to happen because you’re just too good at your job.” After working here for 16 years, I found his … Continue reading

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Controlling Stress

To Control Stress, block out 30 minutes of worry time into your daily routine- worry can feel like dead weight in your heart or your stomach. You can’t take it away, ignore it, or wave a magic wand to fix … Continue reading

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Invest in your network…

Aim to send one email or social message every working day to someone on the edge of your network, meaning a former colleague or a friend of a friend. You’ll kick off conversations with people who may eventually lead you … Continue reading

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Networking

I’d need to rebuild my entire brand, audience, and infrastructure — with no startup capital. So again, I turned to my network. Now I needed their help. That didn’t come easy; asking for help has always made me feel needy … Continue reading

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Conundrum

Affordable housing is very important to us. We are landlords of three very nice small apartments on Capitol Hill. Our rents are purposely below market. We recently paid our property taxes for this year, and they nearly doubled. Question : How … Continue reading

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