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Work Ethic: Character and Perspective Part II

In 1 Peter 5:6-10, the Apostle admonishes his hearers to, “…humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time, casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you. 506 more words

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Who knew stress could be so toxic?

I always thought I knew what stress was, always thought I was the type of person who could handle it all. Imagined myself ploughing through it and sucking it up and getting on with it, that’s how it works right? 1,594 more words


Relational aggression in your workplace

Many women have experienced getting the cold shoulder from their female colleagues and may even have been sabotaged by them.

Verbal violence

This is all part of relational aggression – a way of using relationships to hurt each other – and a form of verbal violence which some women has turned into an art form. 307 more words

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Work Ethic: Character and Perspective Part I

“Work Ethic”. You’ve probably heard the term before. Webster’s Dictionary defines it as “the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation… the principles of conduct governing an individual.” In other words, you may say, “A day’s work for a day’s pay,” but if you slack off every time the boss isn’t watching it will quickly become clear that this isn’t your ethic. 481 more words

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Work Ethic: An Introduction

One of my favorite summer activities was always the neighborhood water fight. During the hottest days of August, my friends and I would turn the entire street into a war zone. 576 more words

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Making Some Progress

Well, it has been a few weeks since I joined the textile design community Pattern Observer.

I purchased a new computer, started designing patterns, got seriously working on my website. 52 more words


CEO Steps Down To Be A More Involved Dad

Yesterday, Max Schireson stepped down as CEO of MongoDB, a successful and growing software company, in order to be a more involved father. He used this opportunity to give voice to the work-family struggles of today’s fathers. 611 more words

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