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From the Blog

Why Sharing Credit at Work Is Good For Your Career

I talk a lot about how to advocate for yourself, be loud and proud of all you do, and take credit for your work even when others are trying to steal the spotlight. But today, I want to turn that around and talk about the other side of the coin: sharing credit with others. It’s
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Personal Updates, Reflections and Looking To The Future

Well, friends, let me start this blog post by saying one thing: I’m still alive! I know, I know. It’s been…like…forever. Or more accurately, it’s been almost a year. A YEAR! I can hardly believe it. And yet, I can believe it because so much has happened. Here’s a quick overview of what’s been going
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The Art of Conscious Compromise: Finding Your Perfection

I’ve been thinking a lot about compromise lately. Some people do it too much in life, others not enough. Over the past year, I compromised a lot to be with someone I thought I loved. If you asked him, he’d say he did the same. At some point, the question loomed: If all of this
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How New Hires Can Make a Great First Impression

Congratulations! You got hired! Now the hard part starts. The first 30 days on the job is a critical time for creating your professional reputation. Like it or not, first impressions are often lasting impressions. But most of us are so focused on learning the ropes, we forget to consider how others might be receiving
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