Tag Archives: Courtesy

Friends Helping Friends

Over the past few days, I’ve had conversations with various people about everything ranging from “What should I do?” to “Where should I go?” to “Is it really worth it?”. I think we managed to get to a final conclusion/decision in … Continue reading

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Your Career and You: “UNcommon Courtesies”

I had a brief conversation with a friend at Curry College recently who commented on the habit of younger (than the two of us!) people today responding to a “Thank You” with a (usually) muttered “No Problem.” No Problem?!? I didn’t … Continue reading

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“Your Career and You: Reflections”

Today is one of those days that, thankfully, comes just once a year…my birthday. I’ve endured enough of these days that the excitement of childhood occasions has faded away. This particular birthday, though, is somewhat significant in a “ships passing … Continue reading

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Your Career and You: “In PR, Common Courtesies Should Come Naturally”

I’m writing this in my “den”…also known as the “Red Line”…part of Boston’s subway system. The “T,” as the system is informally called, is my laboratory for the study of human…and not-so-human…behavior. I am continually fascinated/repulsed by the actions of … Continue reading

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