The power of lonely - The Boston Globe
5 Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job | LinkedIn

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-I received diametrically opposed advice from senior people (who mattered) on how to do my job. 
-I started watching movies on long airplane flights.
-I thought – and rethought – every word that came of my mouth. 
-My stomach hurt…..particularly on Sunday nights. 
-I wasn’t laughing.
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5 Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job | LinkedIn


-I received diametrically opposed advice from senior people (who mattered) on how to do my job.
-I started watching movies on long airplane flights.
-I thought – and rethought – every word that came of my mouth.
-My stomach hurt…..particularly on Sunday nights.
-I wasn’t laughing.

The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes | LinkedIn

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MISTAKE NUMBER ONE: Neglecting the Basics
MISTAKE NUMBER TWO: Showing Up Without Questions
MISTAKE NUMBER THREE: Answering and Going Silent
MISTAKE NUMBER FOUR: Leaving Without Learning
MISTAKE NUMBER FIVE: Groveling
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The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes | LinkedIn


MISTAKE NUMBER ONE: Neglecting the Basics
MISTAKE NUMBER TWO: Showing Up Without Questions
MISTAKE NUMBER THREE: Answering and Going Silent
MISTAKE NUMBER FOUR: Leaving Without Learning
MISTAKE NUMBER FIVE: Groveling

The Teaching Class by Rachel Riederer - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics
Five Lies That Could Be Ruining Your Career (and your Life) | LinkedIn

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1) I haven’t found my passion / I don’t have a passion. 
2) I can’t afford to leave the job I don’t like.
3) It’s too late to change direction now. 
4) Pursuing my own happiness is selfish. I have a family to think about. 
 5) I hate my job now, but I will be happy as soon as I [get the promotion/finish the project/collect my bonus/get my degree].
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Five Lies That Could Be Ruining Your Career (and your Life) | LinkedIn


1) I haven’t found my passion / I don’t have a passion.
2) I can’t afford to leave the job I don’t like.
3) It’s too late to change direction now.
4) Pursuing my own happiness is selfish. I have a family to think about.
5) I hate my job now, but I will be happy as soon as I [get the promotion/finish the project/collect my bonus/get my degree].

"Do What You Love" Is Horrible Advice | LinkedIn
Create Public Accountability to Ensure You Complete a Task
I’m Becky Stern of Adafruit, and This Is How I Work

" ‘I was on campus speaking to a student who was a computer science and math double major, who was thinking of shifting to an economics major because the computer science courses were too difficult. I told that student they are much better off being a B student in computer science than an A+ student in English because it signals a rigor in your thinking and a more challenging course load. That student will be one of our interns this summer.’ Bock also advised, ‘You need to be very adaptable, so that you have a baseline skill set that allows you to be a call center operator today and tomorrow be able to interpret MRI scans."