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Outlandish Occupations

I hope you had a fun and happy Memorial Day Weekend! Also, I send deep gratitude to your friends and family who serve or have served in the U.S. military to protect our freedom. For some all-American fun, I attended the New York Mets / Philadelphia Phillies game with my dear friend and client Ellen Johnson Page on Monday....

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Reject Me, Please

Late Saturday night I was walking home from a dinner party when I turned the corner on my block and I suddenly stepped into a dramatic lovers' quarrel. The man was shouting “Christine, PLEASE!” and the woman briefly turned around to shoot him a look that could kill and then promptly kept marching down the street in her high...

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What Is Your Legacy?

How to Build Your Own Sandcastle… This week I'm grateful to be in one of the only states in the Union that is above 25 degrees. I'm visiting my parents in Briny Breezes, Florida. It feels wonderful to catch some Vitamin D and see my Mom and Dad. Here I am – just freshly escaped from Newark to West...

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Date Your Dream Job

This is my Valentine's Day open love letter to you, in the form of a free special report “Date Your Dream Job: 3 Hot Tips to Seek Work You Love & Tie the Knot”. I'm famous, or rather notorious, with my clients for using the analogy of managing personal relationships to bring clarity to what seems like a confusing...

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The World Cup of Work

The World Cup has the streets and bars of New York City in a soccer frenzy.  Team USA's advance to the knock-out round is a milestone and has many Americans engaged in the sport like never before. Here's an example of how the World Cup is literally everywhere in the city right now. With Brazil as host, the games...

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Rest versus Comfort – What’s the Difference?

Whew! As another week winds down, most all of us look forward to the weekend. A time that is supposedly our own, when no work is to creep up into our schedules and we can dedicate ourselves to friends, family and leisure.   For many, Saturday and Sunday is when we “crash” and catch up on everything – sleep,...

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