Tag Archives: Voice Your Concerns

My Top 5 Replies

That’s it!  I just can’t stand it another day.  Not that long ago I discussed how less than enthused I am by the amount of people who ask me about when we’re going to have children and why it hasn’t happened yet.  I recently stumbled upon a Huffington Post piece written by Jennifer Palumbo that […]

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 Don’t Work For Them…Do You?

Have you ever worked for a company where you were embarrassed to be seen working for them? You could be embarrassed because of what the company stands for, what product it puts out, or even other people associated with it. Unfortunately, I can relate to that last point. Earlier this year I was a freelancer […]

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 […]