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In Transition: Online Courses Aren’t Real School

I collect unemployment benefits which means that every two weeks I have to “certify” I’m still unemployed and that I’m still looking for work. This certification takes the form of answering a series of questions either online or over the … Continue reading

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In Transition: No is Not a Bad Word

My mom used to tell me, “Do every job you have to the best of your ability, even if you’re just a toilet cleaner. You never know when the CEO will walk into the bathroom and notice your efforts and … Continue reading

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In Transition: The Moment

When I started this blog in 2008, I was a corporate trainer and working towards my Master’s Degree in Training and Development. I saw my path, I was on it, and life was good. But, as we all know, life … Continue reading

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Values and Training: How Do You Define Yourself?

“No single act accurately defines a person, but an adherence to a strong set of values does. “ — Jim Watkins Everyone lives their professional and private lives according to a set of values. You might not have  articulated yours, but we all … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned about Photography, Knitting, and Feedback

The purpose of this blog is to document my thoughts, ideas, and journeys through learning. PHOTOGRAPHY Right now, I’m learning photography, and it’s soooo much harder than I thought it would be. I mean, I have a digital camera, so … Continue reading

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