Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dear reader

Thank you. I appreciate the time you spend reading what I write. I’m still nervous every Saturday morning when I hit the “Publish” button. But, after 75 posts, I’ve come to love writing them. Looking back, I was curious to … Continue reading

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If someone offered you free career insurance, would you take it?

In a time of economic uncertainty, a lot of people are worried about finding fulfilling work or just keeping whatever job they have. If you knew free career insurance existed and would give you access to more opportunities, would you … Continue reading

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Stop stealing dreams at work

In “Stop Stealing Dreams,” Seth Godin asks “What is school for?” He describes why school is the way it is and what it should be instead. And he dedicates the book “to every teacher who cares enough to change the system, and … Continue reading

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7 ways an industry community can help you and your firm

Do you really need another network? For those focused on making work better, there are already many networks and channels to choose from. (For me, in addition to a small group of people I know well, I rely on the … Continue reading

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