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Monthly Archives: December 2014

The First Day: What to Do the Day You Start a New Job

The first day at a new job is a lot like being the new kid in school. You don’t know what to expect! “Will you get along with the other kids? Will there be bullies? Will you get good grades?” are probably some of the questions running through your mind. The major difference, of course, […]

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Tue, December 30 2014 » Personal Organization, Self Development » 1 Comment

Personality Types and the Workplace

Here’s a brutal reminder about the world of work (and the world in general) that you know, but may have forgotten. Not everyone has the same personality as you. And worst of all, those differences in personality can drive you bonkers.

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Tue, December 16 2014 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » 1 Comment

The Indiana Entrepreneur Legal Steps

Today, entrepreneurship creates opportunity and freedom. Being an entrepreneur is not an easy task. The practice is not for everyone. But the juice can be worth the squeeze. I started my own business over 2 ½ years ago. I had a lot of road bumps and some pot holes. I came out with few bruises […]

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Tue, December 9 2014 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Self Development » No Comments

From Non-Profit to For-Profit

I have heard some folks say that they have a heart for non-profit work. I do not think I am one of those people. I transitioned out of the not-for-profit (NFP) world to the for-profit sector. And by ‘transitioned,’ I mean lost my non-profit job here in Indianapolis because the position was eliminated.

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Tue, December 2 2014 » Corporate Culture, Self Development » No Comments