Tag Archives: Demanding to be heard

The Individual You Can’t Live Without

It was James C. Dobson who once said: “Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without.” I don’t think you realize how true his statement can be until you’ve made the mistake of marrying someone that you only though you can live with […]

You Won’t Be Sorry

Another day and another rejection email for a full time position.  Once again I was lucky enough to make it through to the final round of interviews, but that was where I also learned that someone internally who has been doing bits of the job under a different title was up against me.  It wasn’t […]

The Search Has Begun

I’m on strike against my hair salon! I just can’t take it any more. I’m tired of paying WAY too much money to come home unhappy that I wasn’t given what I asked and paid for. Are there other gals out there who feel the same way? I’ve never denied that I’m not naturally a […]

Managing Tragedy In The Workplace

A friend of mine recently texted me requesting that I write a post about from a managerial perspective of dealing with tragedy in the workplace.  As much as I would like to oblige her, I’m not sure that I know enough about the topic as it isn’t one that I’ve handled much.  However, the more […]

Learning To Trust Again

When Hurricane Katrina hit the gulf many contractors fled the sunshine state to help those in need northwest of the Central Florida area.  Ms. Lipofsky’s contractor claimed to be one of those very people after he disappeared in October of 2005.  At first she was quite patient, but after months of him missing in action […]