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Are You Paying Too High a Price to Accomplish Your Goals?

Are You Paying Too High a Price to Accomplish Your Goals?

Are You Paying Too High a Price to Accomplish Your Goals? by Roger Reid | July 19, 2017   They’re as perennial as summer rain and fireworks on the 4th of July—management concepts that are constantly recycled, not only for those who may be reading them for the...

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How Many Times Does It Take To Get It Right?

How Many Times Does It Take To Get It Right?

by Roger Reid | June 29, 2017   How Many Times Does it Take to Get it Right? I’ll never forget being asked that question. My second grade teacher was annoyed with my lack of immediate comprehension of subtraction, especially the part about “borrowing ten from the...

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What’s Your College Degree Worth . . . Today?

What’s Your College Degree Worth . . . Today?

by Roger Reid | June 20, 2017   What's Your College Degree Worth . . . Today? A few months ago, I decided it was time to update my LinkedIn profile. After all, I’d just re-tooled my blog to reflect a new focus on implementing advanced career strategies, and a...

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Navigating the Dangers of an Office Romance

Navigating the Dangers of an Office Romance

by Roger Reid | June 9, 2017 Navigating the Dangers of an Office Romance For decades, companies have used behavioral guidelines, environmental influences, and formal policy to keep their employees from engaging in flirtation, romance, and sex. Human resource...

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Yes, Money Matters

Yes, Money Matters

by Roger Reid | June 3, 2017 Yes, Money Matters   When I ask folks what they regret most in their lives, I get the usual, expected responses— “I wish I’d spent more time with my family.” “I gave up too soon on something that was important to me and now I wonder ....

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What Do You Do With a Negative Soul?

What Do You Do With a Negative Soul?

by Roger Reid |May 23, 2017 What Do You Do With a Negative Soul? Negative people. We all have them in our life. You may even have one in your own family— someone who’s outlook on life is overly pessimistic, complains about everything, or worse, they spend every moment...

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Zen For Skeptics (and Engineers)

Zen For Skeptics (and Engineers)

by Roger Reid | May 12, 2017 Zen For Skeptics (and Engineers) I went to college to become an engineer . . . to learn math, physics, and principles of electrical design. Black and white stuff. No gray in engineering. I remember my first introduction to digital...

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Bring Your New Year’s Resolutions Back From the Dead

Bring Your New Year’s Resolutions Back From the Dead

by Roger Reid | May 5, 2017 Bring Your New Year's Resolutions Back From the Dead (It's Not Too Late!) With a third of the year behind us, the end of April signifies an important milestone—a four month benchmark for the goal-setting exercise that’s been a traditional...

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A Note to my Nephew

A Note to my Nephew

by Roger Reid | April 27, 2017 A Note to My Nephew I have a nephew who reminds me of myself—the me from thirty years ago . . . aggressive, wanting to excel, battling the other “bright boys” also competing on the fast track, hoping to score a cushy corner office on the...

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