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Coach Your LifeCoach Your Life

Coaching Psychologist - Career Coach - Human Resources Professional writes ...

 
Alice in ProgressAlice in Progress

A twenty-something college graduate tries to figure it all out, make it wor...

 
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Discussion on the best workplace environments, business practices, and empl...

 


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In their latest issue, National Geographic showed readers how smokejumpers fight wildfires in the Alaskan forest, with images by photographer Mark Thiessen. Firefighting photos is a specialty for Mark; he’s been doing it for 25 years, and shooting...

At any stage in life, deciding what you want to “do” with your life can feel like an enormous amount of pressure. It can come when you’re 18 or when you’re 50, and it’s always a difficult process to work through. It’s not hopeless, though...

If you hate your new job, should you quit right away—or should you stick it out?Read more...

You give notice, but your employer declines your resignation and fires you on the spot. What happens to your unemployment benefits? Human Resource investigates.Read more...

I used to be a people-pleaser.Read more...

Dan Levy is best known right now for his portrayal of David rose in the beloved hit Schitt’s Creek, about a once-rich family living in the town they bought as a joke. Levy is also the series’ showrunner and creator, and he has some advice for how...

The growth of your career as a nurse can be consciously self-generated, or simply a result of happenstance and a laissez-faireattitude towards professional development. Neither of these options are necessarily bad in and of themselves, but a thoughtf...