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Career Angles
5 Pieces of Career Advice I’m Glad I Didn’t Take
I received a lot of advice in the first few years of my career. For the most part, it was beneficial — coming from older co-workers who had seen at all.
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Mistakes
“Everyone makes mistakes. I make mistakes. You make mistakes. Tell me about a mistake you make professionally and what you learned from it.”
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Are You Playing By Someone Else's Rules?
By Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter When I sat down at my desk at PS 90 in The Bronx as a new kindergartener, I remember looking up at my teacher and my mom, each looking at me with that look of adoration that adults have for little children. My mom told me that she […]
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You Can Do What You Can Do
Many of us work in situations where we try to “make things happen.”
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Career Lessons from Backup Players
No one wants to be seen by their organization as being second string or mediocre.
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The modern monarchy
If you’ve never listened to Seth Godin’s podcast, Akimbo, you are missing a 30-minute exercise in having your thinking stretched weekly.
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You Need Allies
I was reminded by Professor Emerita Patricia O’Hara's testimony of how powerful an impression an advocate can make, particularly one who presents a non-partisan case for advocacy.
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