Category Archives: Your Job

But I Hate Goals! – Try this.

Being a career ‘newbie’ in the 70’s and 80’s, it was the culture to set goals and declare them out loud to all you met.   If not, people would shake their heads…”too bad” and worry you were “not ambitious”. Every sales meeting, job interview and job performance review I was a part of, used the […]

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First Say “yes”, then figure it out…Yikes I’ve done it this time!

A wise person once told me, “Always say ‘yes’ to a challenging request, and figure it out later.” I have followed that advice through the years and it has proved 3 things: It has never been boring… Humor and Synchronicity helps you along… and, Confidence grows a wee bit more. Never boring: My most recent […]

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Love Your Job Anyway

How to Love Your Job Anyway…Your GPS System © By Joyce Anderson …is your job so routine that you feel you could be replaced at any moment… problems with coworkers or your manager…low morale due to organizational change or down sizing…do you feel no one appreciates your talents…do you count the minutes until the weekend […]

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Intuition in Business

Intuition in Business Scene I – Nobody Came As a marketing major, I applied the following model to start my new business. Unique Product: Workshop on unleashing intuition. Goal/Desired Results: Fill the workshop. Steps To Accomplish Goal: Develop website, brochures, business cards, competitive pricing; sell workshop via snail mail, email; distribute flyers; join networking groups; […]

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