Tag Archives: persistence
The Vietnamese are celebrating TET, the New Year’s festival, while we are here.
Our country owes an enormous debt to our veterans — and when they return from service they have a lot to offer the work place. I have hired and guided a number of veterans in the civilian work force and … Continue reading
The jerks in this world will inevitably get their Karma. And we are not responsible for delivering it. (my BFF, Barb)
A lot of candidates think interviewing is about them. So not true!
November is time to kick-start your career. Here are 5 things you can do to find a job (or improve the one you have) before the end of the year.
Weekend Posts: I’ve decided to write personal posts for the weekend (love when Maggie Smith on PBS’s Downtown Abbey asks, “What is a weekend?”) — this post isn’t specifically career focused but there is an UNSINKABLE tangent in everything! Last … Continue reading
“A therapist once told me I should stop dating writers and just be one,” says Molly Ringwald (Pretty in Pink, 16 Candles) in New York. (read article) Ms. Ringwald accomplishes just that in her new book, When It Happens to You, a great read about women’s lives: marriage, infidelity, … Continue reading
My husband gets annoyed with me when I talk about quitting but after racing through dinner only to get online again with my boss, well, I know just don’t want this kind of work life. My husband says its easier … Continue reading
The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings. Rober Lewis Stevenson I have friends who love autumn…they look forward to football, jackets, Halloween and frost on the pumpkin. … Continue reading
You should think about whether it’s time to leave if you answer yes to more than 3 of these questions: Does anything but the bottom line matter?