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Leave But Gracefully

At some point it's time pack your knives and go. It's often after one last straw has broken the camel's back. Or you've found another job that pays you more with a new boss who's more in line with your personal/professional ethos. Or you're trying not to catch an arson charge by staying even a second longer at some place you absolutely cannot stand. We've all been there in some form or another.

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Invest your Time in Mastering Technique Not Trends

It’s that time of year when we are overwhelmed with trends and predictions about what will happen in the future. It’s also a time to reflect on the trends you missed and the trends that didn’t turn out as you expected.

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Don’t Settle for Mediocrity: Here’s Your Chance to Rise Above It

If you look around, you’d be amazed to see the number of people happily living a mediocre life. If you dare to look within, you might see yourself doing the same.

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Building Respect in the Corporate World

Relationship between the boss and the sub-ordinate is one of the most important relationships at any point in people's lives. 

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Education’s Many Stakeholders

In 2005, we published an article in University Business on the importance of educational institutions recognizing, listening to and considering the influence and voices of these stakeholders in the academic enterprise: students, parents, communities and employers.

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Multi-Genre Songwriter who Walked Grammy Red Carpet Offers Sound Advice for Aspiring Singer/Songwriters

Multi-genre singer/songwriter Natalie Jean attended the recent Grammy awards in Los Angeles as a voting member of NARAS, the record industry’s governing body, and she was singularly impressed by the female empowerment that highlighted the all-day award show event. That empowerment included: former first lady Michelle Obama appearing with four female stars (Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Jennifer Lopez) to talk about how important music has been in their lives; then, Keys leading the outstanding musical performances that also saw legends like Dolly Parton and Diana Ross and then Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and Janelle Monae bringing down the house.