We need to be stretched every day of our life in order to prevent shrinkage! Relax into your life. Fighting your circumstances will result in deeper despair
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There is a tendency to define ourselves through our professions, which can be very dangerous, especially considering the fact that most people do not make conscious career choices......... Finding your fit is an internal evolution of discovering and honoring your uniqueness. It is the process of expressing who you are through what you do. It is a lifelong adventure fueled by genuine curiosity and commitment to yourself and to living the life you desire and deserve.
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It sounded like a sneeze and I wanted to say, "God bless you!" ....be mindful of SCHAENFREUDE and watch how life events play out through good old-fashioned karma."
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Having lived with job loss from all sides, it has become a mission field for me now - helping and providing encouragement for the unemployed and those in job transition. An organized job search shared in community with others of similar circumstances moves you much more quickly and successfully through job loss and transition than trying to go it alone.
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With leaner, more focused workforces, employers no longer have the time or energy to nurse drama, employee push back and other problematic situations AND get the product out the door cheaper, better, faster, more customer-focused and ahead of the competition....So what skills, abilities and traits are employers seeking in employees?
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....often the addiction simply grows in severity until YOU become a real workplace problem....Never, ever, ever hand your validation as a person or business professional to anyone.
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In honor of March Madness, ESPN’s “30 for 30,” my alma mater, NC State University, and the late Coach Jimmy Valvano, I repost: Never Give Up! There is a fine line between never giving up and letting go....So how exactly do you let go of control?
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I've noticed a chiasmic void occurring within those who have enjoyed successful, lucrative careers but find themselves in the unemployment line...."The problem is the more success you achieve the harder it is to change."
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