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The secret weapon for helping people with Aspergers succeed as adults

The secret weapon for helping people with Aspergers succeed as adults

I coached this guy Tanner who invented a thing to make milk flow smoothly in tubes and now he’s a millionaire tech CEO. During his fifteen-year marriage he’s scheduled sex with his wife, on a calendar, a year in advance. He was surprised to hear other couples do not do this. And yes, he gave me...

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Grit is overrated; the hardest worker never wins

The people with the most grit are really poor or really neglected and they overcome those circumstances. But why aspire to that? We glorify it like life is one big Horatio Alger story. Working smart is the opposite of grit We also glorify the idea of persisting through hardship. There’s the Seth Godin book of grit that everyone loves: It’s The...

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If past worrying was unnecessary then future worrying is too

If past worrying was unnecessary then future worrying is too

ComPsych is this place that puts out research about how employees feel, and it turns out that feelings are generational. At least at work. Which is what ComPsych specializes in. The biggest problem Gen Y has is depression. The biggest problem Gen X has is relationships. The biggest problem Baby Boomers have is death. This is...

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Everyone was right. About everything.

Everyone who said that me moving with the kids to Swarthmore would be the end of my marriage is probably right. And while I’m at it, all the people who told me to stay away from the farmer when we were dating — you were probably right too. And the people who say in the comments...

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Networking and the Giving Mentality

It’s important to look at networking as an opportunity to offer and…

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5 Tips for Getting the Salary You Deserve

5 Tips for Getting the Salary You Deserve

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Is the Pope praying for Obamacare?

Is the Pope praying for Obamacare?

It’s always news when the Pope publicly encourages women to breastfeed their babies in the Sistine Chapel. He does this often, and did it yet again this past Sunday. This from a USAToday article: During his homily, the pope likened the word of God to “substantial food,” that would help children grow well. He took [...]

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What justifies relocating a family?

What justifies relocating a family?

I am cooking but it’s in a slow cooker. I’m resisting my rental apartment oven because I have a $12,000 oven at the farm that no one is using, and maybe that wouldn’t be so frustrating to me if I didn’t also have  $35,000 piano at the farm that no one is using. I can tell...

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How to Write an Excellent Project Manager Resume

How to Write an Excellent Project Manager Resume

You need a project manager resume that sets you apart from the crowd. Here are a few tips that can help you land the job you’re looking for. As a project manager in search of a full-time or contract based job, you’ll need a resume that sells your skills, education, and experience, just like anRead More

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Communication Counts: 83% of Recruiters Consider it Key to Sizing Up Cultural Fit

Communication Counts: 83% of Recruiters Consider it Key to Sizing Up Cultural Fit

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