Tag Archives: thoughts

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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Fun with Glassdoor

A while back, I signed up with Glassdoor, the company ratings and reviews site, where you can see what other people think of working at their employer. You can see the salaries they’re making – if they’re above or below … Continue reading

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Corporate… and Creative?

So, you’re looking for ways to make a living and make your art… You’re committed to your craft. Your novel. Your poetry. Your painting. Your drawing. Your mixed media. Or your dance. Your deepest desire is to develop your voice … Continue reading

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What if you were already happy?

Happy Monday to you! Ha – apparently, my browser doesn’t think so, because as soon as I typed “Happy Monday,” it crashed.  How apropos. I had a busy weekend, what with the weather warming up, the clocks all springing forward … Continue reading

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To be fully here

When I was a kid, I usually had my head in a book — usually fiction or anthropology. My tastes in reading have swerved into lanes of philosophy, autobiography, memoir, and most recently emerging studies of the mind/brain/body connections. I’ve … Continue reading

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Spring is here – kind of

Although today at 34 degrees F — roughly 1 degree Celsius — my walk to the woods didn’t feel like it. I had even considered not going for that walk, after looking at the temperature and seeing it was nowhere … Continue reading

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Boulogne-Bound – Getting ready to go

It’s back to France for me, this coming week. I’ll be staying and working just outside of Paris, meeting with team members who are based in the home office, thousands of miles from my Massachusetts home base. I leave tomorrow … 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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M3 – Mindless Money Myths that Don’t Help

Many people have defined and redefined “myth” over time. Bruce Lincoln defines myth as “ideology in narrative form”.[4] Joseph Campbell, the eminent scholar and mythologist, defined “myth” as “clues to the spiritual potentialities of the human life.” Alan Dundes, Euhemerus, … Continue reading

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