You Gonna Learn Today – Returning to Work (Part 3)

I am a forgetful and careless person. In elementary school my teachers would always report to my mom and dad during parent teacher conferences, "She's a bright girl but she rushes through her work and makes careless mistakes." More than one of my bosses has listed "attention to detail" as a development area on my … Continue reading You Gonna Learn Today – Returning to Work (Part 3)

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Working For The Weekend – The Saga Continues…

I have a confession. I live in my car or at least you would think that I do if you've ever ridden in Silver Betty. "You can just toss that shoe/shirt/purse/folder/cup/trash in the backseat/trunk/under the seat," I say to any and every passenger who gets into my vehicle between her biannual cleanings. Plan B My … Continue reading Working For The Weekend – The Saga Continues…

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It’s Back to Work I Go (Part 1)

I have been remiss, nay, dare I say derelict in my blogging duties over the last week. Not only have I not posted anything substantive, I've also been dormant on social media and have neglected to keep up with recent posts on blogs that I normally read. No, it is not the much ballyhooed blogger … Continue reading Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It’s Back to Work I Go (Part 1)

Death (and Rebirth) of a Sales(wo)man

Did you know that folding TV dinner tables make excellent storefronts? I can personally attest to the fact that they do. By nine years old I was setting them up two by two at the base of our driveway and covering them with everything from old books to friendship bracelets to homemade drinks mixed from … Continue reading Death (and Rebirth) of a Sales(wo)man

No Job. No Problem.

In my life I have had the following job titles (in no particular order): Business Planning Associate, Partner Sales Executive, Business Category Manager, Senior Change Manager, and several others that all result in the same question from friends and family.  To keep it simple I would always say, "I work in sales." But could people … Continue reading No Job. No Problem.