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      What would happen to you if rolled your eyes at a work colleague who is a person of color or LGBT orientation?  You’d be marched into HR for a session in sensitivity training and you might even be fired.  But it’s perfectly acceptable to …
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      Yes. And if you read my book: Career Resilience, you will see that self-employment is the answer for people who can't or won't deal with office politic bullshit. But let that be our choice. Knowing when to leave and leaving on your own terms is one …
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      Silver Tsunami is a metaphor used to describe population aging. We’re familiar with the problems of shrinking population in places like Japan and Italy. But the Silver Tsunami we’re facing in the US is somewhat different. The Department of Labor …
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      The hardest thing is to adjust your mindset. When faced with career uncertainty, people fall into two camps. Resilient people look for new opportunities to leverage their transferable skills. My book is for the "other kind" of people: people who …
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      Everyone needs a side hustle. Love this article in today's NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/18/upshot/multiple-jobs-united-states.html Because you never know when the situation may change with your day job, you need a side hustle. The …
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      re·sil·ient /rəˈzilyənt/ Able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. Similar: strong, tough, hardy, quick to recover, quick to bounce back If it feels like the pace of change in the nature of work is accelerating, you’re not …
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