Whether personally, professionally, or creatively, you’ve probably had a project or plan fail miserably, even beyond your wildest fears and worst-case scenarios. In fact, you’ve probably had more than one. I certainly have.
Most financial advisors tell you that when you leave a job, don’t forget to take your 401(k) with you.
The world if full of tangled, complex issues that need time and cooperation to sort out.
Has a huge corporation ever tried to screw you over?
Odds are, the answer to that question is yes.
I recently had it happen to me. Here’s my story.
Last night, I was reading a story online that mentioned the woman that was the CEO of the first organization in which I worked after college. As I fell down a rabbit hole of reading associated articles, it mentioned her successor, the woman that had been the VP of Finance when I was there – in other words, my boss’s boss.
The more I read, the more I found myself thinking about that job and that organization.
I’m a bit of a snob when it comes to things I enjoy.
Nearly every day, I open up Medium and look at the top stories of the day. And, nearly every day, at least one, often two, and sometimes all five, are essays focused on how to be more productive or a story about how to change your life, usually through leaving your current place of employment.
There was a blizzard here on the East Coast over the weekend. Maybe you heard something about it.
I recognized the look immediately.