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Part 3: Undermined by Strategy and the Tactical

Check out:  Part 1 &  Part 2 There are a lot of things that can undermine our professional success, if we let it.  You can get off on the wrong foot with rocky on-boarding, you may have to deal with questionable behavior by team members, market changes & business fluctuations, the list goes on and on.  However, […]

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Undermine: The Start of the Sabotage of “Shine”

As circumstance would have it, a good deal of my friends/professional connections have made career moves & changes over the last year… including myself.  It’s been interesting to see how we all individually have handled what is a largely similar walk from a macro level:  while we all had various different circumstances that precipitated the […]

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Professional Booty Call

Got your attention, didn’t it?? Before you hyperventilate, no, I’m not talking about prostitution. At least, not the “Pretty Woman” kind. The argument can be made that we all pimp ourselves out – to degrees – for a paycheck; but that’s not really the point of this particular blog post. What the heck is a […]

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Not Over You, Part II: The Counter-Offer

(Continued from “I’m Not Over You”) If I had a chance to renew; you know there isn’t a thing I wouldn’t do I could get back on the right track…. but only if you’d be convinced… so until then… Instead of accepting my resignation in the relationship; he presented me with a counter-offer. I shouldn’t […]

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You Can’t Fix What Isn’t Broken

Last year, for the first time pretty much ever, I went through my first break-up that I didn’t initiate.  As much as it hurt; when I am honest with myself? It was long overdue.  We had been in various stages of discontent for months because neither one of us were being what the other needed. […]

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