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Etiquette Lessons : Guest Edition

Ask before bringing a guest or your kids. Or your pet. Don’t assume they’re automatically invited, no matter how well you know or your host or hostess.

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The Exam

If you were asked to retake the driver’s exam, or the exam that that got you accredited in your profession, or the exams that got you into your university, could you past it today? These questions crossed my mind as … Continue reading

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Ethical Self-Reflection

Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s overall self-assessment of learning this quarter________ and I have continued to review scenarios of how professional ethics can be applied and “translated” to the real practice of social work. I am always impressed with ________ … Continue reading

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Million Dollar Question

A million bucks –tax-free-lands in your lap. The hitch is that you have to spend it on experiences, not things. What would you do? With whom would you do it? How can you bring some of that to your life … Continue reading

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Conscious Communication

Speak there is no such thing as small talk: every word we use has power. On average, women utter 16,000 words every single day, according to a university of Arizona Study. “What would happen if I gave you a voice … Continue reading

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