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What Not to Say to a Job Seeker - US News

What Not to Say to a Job Seeker - US News | Women In Motion | Scoop.it

Don't give this well-meaning – but terrible – advice.


Via Donna Rogers Skowronski
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Sometimes we need to look at the job seeking process from the other side in supporting others as well as ourselves!  Check it out.

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How to Influence Your Teen, Part 1

How to Influence Your Teen, Part 1 | Women In Motion | Scoop.it
Ten ways to decrease their resistance to your wise advice.
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It's a dance isn't it?  Being with/guiding your child into adulthood. A thoughtfully written piece with wisdom and science-opens me to my own teenage memories and I appreciate this supportive guidance.  Perhaps it will speak to you as well...

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When in Drought…Insight from Martha | Martha Beck

When in Drought…Insight from Martha | Martha Beck | Women In Motion | Scoop.it
Creating Your Right Life
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Ah.  Change in perspective.  Sometimes that is what makes a difference.  And, sometimes we can go even deeper, but it can be a bit scarier...you know, into trust...faith.  Call it what YOU want, but it is there.  

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How to Set Boundaries - Brene Brown's Advice - Oprah.com

How to Set Boundaries - Brene Brown's Advice - Oprah.com | Women In Motion | Scoop.it
If autumn finds you harried and spent, Dr. Brené Brown has one word for you: No.
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Mmmm!  This article on boundaries is the specifics of "putting your oxygen mask on first"!  Breathe it in and exhale!  :-)

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Seth's Blog: The opposite of why is now

Seth's Blog: The opposite of why is now | Women In Motion | Scoop.it
Questions are good. A legitimate, "why?" is enough to change the world. But stalling, stalling is the last thing you need. And why is often an escape hatch for people who know what they should do, but fear doing it....
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Sometimes it is not about finding the needle in the haystack, rather just picking up the one right in front of you.  Enjoy!

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