Category: self-confidence


As the economy continues to remain in the toilet, I continue to receive, with increasingly frequency, invitations to job fairs. If you know me–or feel that you know me, or are just reading this blog for the smutty parts–you know that I am not a fan of job fairs. I dislike job fairs because they…
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June 14, 2012 0

“Hell, there are no rules here, we’re trying to accomplish something!”-Edison

I’m going to do my best to ignore the fact that today is September 1st (*shifty eyes*) and that Monday is Labor Day (*extremely shifty eyes*), and that the summer is over (*rage rising*) and stay on some kind of message. To wit: yesterday, sports fans, I wrote about the need to follow your dream, no…
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September 1, 2011 0

Just a brief thought today on the importance of self-confidence. This is particularly aimed at those who are going through a rough time, say unemployment, a painful professional or personal transition…I know I’ve blogged a great deal about the crucial part of seeking employment, for example, is to demonstrate your value. But I also know…
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August 3, 2011 0

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the importance of self-confidence, and how damaging the lack of self-confidence can be on ones’s ability to make and sustain the hard choices necessary to success…and that formed a link in my mind with the phenomenon of the “scambloggers:” some (understandably) pissed-off men and women who blog about…
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July 13, 2011 0