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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Indianapolis Internship Experience

One internship experience changed my entire career. I discovered what I liked and what I didn’t. I realized what I was good at doing and what I should probably never do again. I figured out what type of career I wanted and how I could make a difference. That was only seven short years ago. […]

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Mon, November 28 2011 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Self Development » No Comments

Are You Hitting Every Red Light?

Sometimes, our lives have the same feeling as driving but hitting every single red light. If you jump in your car here in Indianapolis or pretty much any major city, it can feel like all of the lights are out to get you. They stop you from making progress, and it feels like no matter […]

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Tue, November 22 2011 » Personal Organization, Stress and Mindfullness, Work/Life Balance » No Comments

The Fewer Goals, The Better

Leo Babuta, the Zen Habits guy, has been reducing his goals. At first he had a zillion items on his to-do list. Then he went down to only a handful of daily goals. Now he’s at No Goals, and loves it. If you are not a follower of Zen Habits, it’s worth checking out. Here’s […]

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Wed, November 16 2011 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Personal Organization, Self Development » 2 Comments

If the Supply Cabinet is Locked, Quit Your Job

Seriously. If you can’t get a fresh pen or a notebook without talking to your boss, that’s a good sign that just about everything is wrong at work. There’s an old saying that “locks are for honest people.” This is to say that locks are a message not to be too curious about something which […]

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Fri, November 11 2011 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

The Penn State Scandal and Company Loyalty

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Penn State Football coach and legend Joe Paterno is out of a job. The reason is simple: he found out that a minor had been sexually abused at his workplace, and all he did was tell his boss. Normally, if you encounter a problem at […]

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Thu, November 10 2011 » Ethics and Fraud, Leadership » No Comments

Should Work Be Fun?

There are books and seminars about it everywhere. There are corporate retreats that are designed to make the office “fun.” Tech companies have toys and colorful schemes to try to inspire creativity and joy at the office. Is work supposed to be fun? My take on this is that the word “fun” isn’t all that […]

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Mon, November 7 2011 » Corporate Culture, Work/Life Balance » No Comments