Monthly Archives: October 2015

The risk of helping others

In my career, I have mentored a few people. I was glad to do it. Deep down inside I feel obliged to “pay it forward”. After all, I didn’t earn all of my answers the hard way. Maybe only a … Continue reading

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Social skill building, morale and wasting time/money

When I was in the army, I had a very strange conversation with my company commander. Somehow we got on the topic of whether officers had permission to shoot their own people. It was a very dark topic, for sure. … Continue reading

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Getting credit for your wins

Sometimes, when you receive frequent negative feedback from someone, it because the person is just inherently a negative person. However, sometimes negative feedback comes from people who just aren’t taking the time to see the good stuff that is right … Continue reading

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