Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Socially Conscious Lifestyle

Since thinking about social responsibility and sustainable practices is something that ingrains our education today, I can’t help but struggle with some of the concepts. For many, being socially responsible is a deliberate decision that they make. An organization may … Continue reading

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Being the Linchpin

After a long time of hearing about the book, I am finally reading Seth Godin’s Linchpin. I avoided it for so long because it seemed as if the book was going to be explaining something I already knew: be irreplaceable. And … Continue reading

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So Much Potential

If I am ever truly disappointed in a person or organization, usually it has to do with the fact that there is wasted potential. It could be the person giving up on himself, or more often, it’s an organization getting … Continue reading

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LinkedIn Report: Claim Your Volunteer Hours on Your Profile

One of the things that I learned in my household was to always donate my skills and time. Serving is beneficial to your community, but you get a lot out of volunteering, as well. I’ve talked about career development on the … Continue reading

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Making the Decisions with the Right Info

Just because you can, it doesn’t mean you should. In thinking about all the options an organization has to expand into new markets, geographies, or products, it is understandable why a company might get a little carried away. We learn … Continue reading

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