Regardless of the number of times we change our employment, there is the underlying, fundamental premise that we’re boosting our career trajectory, that our need to leave one employer for another is motivated by the hope and promise of something better — improved working conditions, more money, or greater opportunity for advancement.Read More
The so-called “art” of argument is taught in law school and debate classes. In some circles, it’s thought to be a legitimate tool of getting to a better answer, to generate new ideas, and motivate new thinking that would otherwise not have happened. My advice?Read More
Upon the conclusion of both sides presenting their evidence, the judge sends the jury into a private room to deliberate and determine the guilt or innocence of the accused. The jurors review the testimony, consider the facts, and discuss the circumstances.Read More
In my senior year of high school, one of my teachers told me when I was much older, I would look back and remember three or four days that had been the most important — celebrations, landmark birthdays, accomplishments — all sorts of occasions that ultimately became the major events that shaped my life.Read More
There was a time, not too long ago, when I constantly told myself there were things I needed to do — tasks I should accomplish. Knowing the importance of having written goals, I added each new ambition to my list of objectives, then reduced them into small, achievable steps.Read More
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