Yearly Archives: 2004

Through Changing… Then You’re Through

Through Changing… Then You’re Through

How’s your workplace life been — calm, serene, laid back, tranquil . . . or maybe, a tad hectic? If the latter, the change factor is most likely the creator. You and your career have a choice. Get on the change train, or get run over. You might say, “I’ll leave, get another job . . . or, start my own business.” Either way, you won’t avoid change.
Change — the number one issue in most …

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Martha and the Female Factor

Martha and the Female Factor

My, My, My . . . what a mess—the jury is back and proclaimed that Martha Stewart lied. She was convicted of obstructing an investigation relating to insider trading—a charge never levied at her. She (and her legal team) made lots of mistakes. Probably her first was even speaking to anyone from the government without fully understanding that she was a target coupled with the simple fact she started with the wrong …

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A Toast to You…

A Toast to You…

This past year has been one of challenges for many of my friends, clients, family members and self. Ranging from bad news about health, to fears about loved ones overseas, and to business challenges, many have been on a roller coaster.  Truly, this has been a year or turbulence.  One of my friends sends a traditional toast each year.  I pass it along with wishes for good health, prosperity, joy and peace to you. 
May your worst day …

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