Category Archives: Evaluation

Your Career and You: “What’s Next?”

One of the hallmarks of my own professional life has been a never-changing “itch” to try something new or different. Even while in high school and college, I dabbled in jobs like grocery store bagboy, bartender, poolroom manager, highway department … Continue reading

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Your Career and You: “What IS Satisfaction?”

I write a lot…probably too much…about “loving your job” and “following your passion.” I do this for one relatively simple reason. For what seems like the better half of the past 50 years of my life, people…working professionals as well … Continue reading

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Your Career and You: “The End and the Beginning”

I’m in my “Zen” mode today as I sporadically check weather reports on Hurricane Irma’s progress and focus more and more on a week from now when we move lock-stock-and-barrel to Tampa, Florida, to start our new lives as official … Continue reading

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Your Career and You: “Public Relations and Ironing Clothes”

It’s Sunday morning, and I’ve just wrapped up the first set of tasks that I’ve inherited over the past 40-plus years of married life, one of which is ironing clothes. I actually enjoy this chore, and I used to think … Continue reading

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