Tag Archives: women and work
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
A friend who has a demanding job just sent me an email recounting a myriad of family demands, intense travel and huge accountability at work. I expected the email to end on a note of satisfaction but instead the summary … Continue reading
I’m in the final stages of editing my book, Unsinkable, and I’m selecting a subtitle on Google Ads. It’s fun and exciting. While I’m waiting on these steps here is a preview of what becoming Unsinkable requires: EDUCATION: Learn how to swim Determined … Continue reading
If you are thinking about a business idea, starting a business, or managing an ongoing concern that just can’t seem to get traction, this blog post checklist is for you.
Q. Hey I was on your blog looking for work advice because I was considered for a second project and the program went to someone else. My boss said I wasn’t ready.
Q. Why is your advice more helpful than my husband’s? The only somewhat helpful thing he said when I was worried about getting passed over was that if I do good work then my boss won’t think I’m a loser.
The New York Times has recently taken on Apple for not holding Chinese subcontractors to better labor practices. One article, In China, Human Costs Are Built into the i—pad, article claims that workers employed by Apple’s subcontractor’s in China are subjected to inhumane … Continue reading
Don’t be discouraged..it’s often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.
More Magazine conducted a nationwide poll of 500 women ages 35 to 60 and 92% of respondents said they consider flexibility to be important in a job—and the number is up for 75% in 2009.
1. Create value in your current position.