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Big Misconception About Being 'Let Go'

Big Misconception About Being 'Let Go' | Launching and Advancing an Early Career | Scoop.it
There's a very successful professional I know. However, in the last four years, his career has taken some unexpected turns. First, the division of the company where he worked for years closed down.
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This is so true. Right after 2009, people interviewed who were so sad and shook-up that they couldn't focus on "career future" -- they were mired in "career gone bad." It is important to grieve a career loss and to keep that grief separate from a career search.

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Closing the Confidence Gap: Women Must Say “Yes, and” to Opportunity

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Research illustrates that on average women do not take the same career risks that men do. Just yesterday, I was reading about the Confidence Gap that says (on average) women underestimate their
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There is a new book out called "Women Don't Ask" that is based on research and concludes that the gap in compensation may be because men are more likely to negotiate for themselves.  Learning how to push the envelope is part of managing a career. 

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The Core Beliefs of the Delightfully Successful

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Last year I listed some simple daily habits of the delightfully successful. Revisiting that article made me think. Success is based on action, but actions are the result of beliefs – so what do the
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I would say that those I see who are most successful are not only those that expect to be successful but that understand that they not only are the architects of their success but are the heavy lifter, willing to work hard, and support team success.

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Why 'No' is the Most Important Word You'll Ever Say

Why 'No' is the Most Important Word You'll Ever Say | Launching and Advancing an Early Career | Scoop.it
Before you take on any more responsibilities, here are some guidelines to consider.
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