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Biz Etiquette 101, Lesson 01

Biz Etiquette: Lesson 01 I couldn’t remember her name for the life of me, and she wasn’t wearing the requisite name badge. I was at a biz networking event, so the point of being there was to get to know each other and what mission we represented. There was no dodging a conversation … besides […]Read more »

Who Owns You?

Who Owns You? In general, our society has ruled that slavery is a bad thing. To own a slave is bad. But to be enslaved is even worse. And yet, millions of people in the US have unwittingly sold themselves into slavery without a second thought. For those old enough to remember, Bob Dylan sang, “You’re going to […]Read more »
Productive Conversations

It’s All About Perspective

It's All About Perspective Whether you’re an employee or an employer … Whether you’re a customer or a customer-service rep … … you’re going to have to deal with difficult conversations.  Those kinds of conversations far too often devolve into less than congenial talks, but they don’t need to. When you find yourself needing to […]Read more »

Marriage Problems

Marriage Problems Of all the commandments in the Bible, both old and new, there’s not one that says: Thou Shalt Get Married With the “be fruitful and multiply” commandments given to the first humans, one would have thought there’d be some commandment to have a wedding or a marriage. But there’s not. Adam and Eve […]Read more »

First Job to Success

From First Job to Success Times have changed. Back when I was a kid, my parents began teaching me about “work” from early on, so when I got my first real job at twelve-years-old I had a pretty good grasp of what was expected, what was accepted, and what was not. Today’s children are raised […]Read more »
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