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Do you *really* need to quit your #job?

Okay, I know the drill – you’re not all that keen on your job. Maybe there are changes going on that feel like they’re holding you back. The promotion you expected didn’t happen – and worse, the people you thought … Continue reading

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Do happiness and enlightenment go hand-in-hand?

Question – Does enlightenment / awakening / personal improvement automatically lead to more happiness? I’m reading “Against Happiness: In Praise of Melancholy” by Eric G. Wilson, and he makes some good points about how happiness is just a bit overrated… … Continue reading

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Stop looking for the “right” career, and start looking for a job.

Words of wisdom from Mike Rowe, of “Dirty Jobs”. A Fan Asks Mike Rowe For Life Advice… His Response Is Truly Brilliant. I have to say from personal experience, his advice to a fan about how to find fulfilling work … Continue reading

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Getting change to stick

So, the theme for this month seems to be change. The theme for every month, in fact, seems to be change. It’s the one constant, and the times when I don’t think there’s something turning out different than expected, are … Continue reading

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