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Word of the Day

Transitions are the inner shifts of identity, possibility, and belief that occur to help us assimilate and adjust to changes. Some are easy, others are difficult. They don’t occur automatically, and they often require consistent and specific efforts. 

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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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Job Description -Page of a Career Journal

I have been so focused on the schedule and balancing this new life, I forgot why I applied for this position. Therefore, it should go without saying, I’m losing excitement for this opportunity. I pulled out the job description. The … Continue reading

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Payless

Shortly after being promoted, I discovered that one of the employees I manage makes significantly more than I do. “Jake” is not even an outstanding performer, yet his pay is 15 percent higher than mine. Because I’m managing a department … Continue reading

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