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This Is Only A Test
Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to be the announcer for the Emergency Broadcast System.
George Méliès – The Price Of Fulfillment
George Méliès wasn’t encouraged to pursue the life on an artist. He was sent for a formal education and steered towards practical work as a clerk in London and then in his families boot factory. But George couldn’t forget stage magic…
One Minute Of A Pop Song
If you’re not paying attention you may not realize you’re right in the middle of the best part.
The Most Wonderful Thing About Networking
A crazy but true testament to the power of networking, featuring Tigger, Khan, and The Most Famous Doctor in America.
Evidence Of A Life Lived
Every time I walk past I glance towards it, slightly cracked, not denying my curiosity but hoping no one sees me. Her things are untouched on her desk as if she’s just down the hall in a meeting.
Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Girl
Sometimes it is hard to recognize how much we question ourselves until we watch someone who does not.
The Most Difficult Thing About Working is Likely Not Your Job
Unless you are in charge and free to dispense your opinion at will, the most difficult thing about working is likely not your job. It’s about how to navigate the environment you work in and how to work through the setbacks.
The Messenger Gets The Message
Joan of Arc had it easy. She had a clear mission statement from the time she was 12 years old . . .
How Badly Do You Want Success?
“You know, I’d like to do something creative. Maybe when I retire.” She seemed sad when she said it. When our former colleague walked away my friend and I looked at each other, and she said what we were both thinking: “She could die tomorrow.”
That’s Why They Call It Work
I think that one of the reasons I am so intrigued by the concept of career fulfillment is that I only recently accepted that it actually exists.