Category Archives: workplace

Editing Someone Else’s Book

This past week I picked up a new customer. A mutual friend referred this gentleman to me as a potential editor for the book he wanted to write. Thanks to a mix of my own experience working with clients and … Continue reading

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7 Things to Work on As an Adult

Occasionally I’ll see a meme posted by one of my 50-something friends about what sorts of skills they wish young people “should be taught in high school” or the equivalent. Today I’ll take a shot at my answer, keeping a … Continue reading

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Adventures in Customer Service: The Saga Continues

My friend and mentor D2 believes that “the universe will conspire to tell you what you need to do,” or words to that effect. On that score, this week the universe offered me yet another reason to write something about … Continue reading

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How Do You Trust?

Trusting others can be challenging, in your personal life and in the workplace on occasion. You find yourself wondering: does this person have an agenda? Will he throw me under the bus if a problem arises? Can I assign this … Continue reading

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Grand Ideas Are Solitary, Execution is Collective

I realize my title will tweak some people’s philosophical sensibilities. Too bad. If you don’t like where this post goes, you can write your own. What I’ll try to convey today is my experience with ambitious ideas in the workplace … Continue reading

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