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I attended a 2-day virtual conference this week. Yes, a conference that was totally online. “What do you mean a conference?” There was a lobby, an auditorium with keynotes, an exhibit area, even a lounge. (I would have loved some … Continue reading
I was laid off yesterday. Higher ed isn’t immune to changes, especially when a new boss comes in and wants to bring in his own people. But I’m using this as a learning experience for me and about me. It’s … Continue reading
Last month we had a 5k walk/run at the office park I work in. Several colleagues encouraged me to try the 5K. I had never run in my life. They said “no problem, you work out, and if you need … Continue reading
With summer soon coming to a close and people returning back to school, it’s time to look back. Remember the back to school essays – what I did on my summer vacation? Time for a variation – what did you … Continue reading
Lessons from my father, part 2. Nothing is forever. It was my Dad’s favorite saying. As a kid, I thought it meant I can get through any class, any frustrating situation, because it wouldn’t last. Nothing is forever. Think about … Continue reading
Raise your hand if you’ve been to a time management seminar – more than once. How about organizing? Weight loss? Did we not learn it the first time? Why do some of the skills that are so important to us, … Continue reading