I made a terrible mistake in a reference letter once. Granted I was very young and new to the processes of supervision and management. My only training had been being thrown directly into the fire. Actually, I think they used me as … Continue reading
What if your job was used as an example for what not to be when you grow up? Imagine that – your job served up as a warning for what you will end up if you don’t do well in school. This recently happened to a friend of mine. He didn’t hear this warning firsthand. The class that did was attended by his daughter. Now, imagine that.
It’s probable her teacher had best of intentions to motivate the students, and even my friend acknowledged that. He also said, good thing his daughter has thick skin, but even so, she felt compelled to apologize for the ignorance of others. As a parent, you would think about your child in that class at that moment, then you’d be taking measurement of your own skin depth.
People in – generally accepted as respectable- careers, might breathe a little sigh of relief at Continue reading
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I really admire this new marketing slant my bank has begun using over the last 2 years or so. They are now really just corporate caregivers to all. They couldn’t be more concerned about my well-being and it’s got nothing to do with their charity efforts either. They cannot be more willing to help me out in every which way, except for when it comes to charging me breath-taking fees for my accounts and credit card. Continue reading
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