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Professionalism And Trade - Uneasy Bedfellows

When I was in my first profession, I was very professional. Mind you, I was slow, because it took me nearly 40 years to go broke at it. 281 more words

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ShoutOut: Pauline Wilson (Ret.)

One work I’ve often returned to whenever I ruminate on issues of LIS professionalism – especially concerning the act of teaching and its links to perceptions of academic librarians – is Pauline Wilson’s seminal article, “ 547 more words

Identity

What we have here is a failure to communicate

I know I may be dating myself but…remember the movie Cool Hand Luke with Paul Newman?  There’s a classic line in the movie: “What we have here is a failure to communicate” 195 more words

Conversations

DC Government, Law and Policy Career Trek 2017 Recap

By Samantha Schmidt and Abby Hodonicky

Samantha Schmidt will graduate in June 2018 from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences with majors in history and Middle East and North African studies. 785 more words

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Help Grandpa Rest Easier In Front of the Television

by Jeremy Strickland

Grandpa’s favorite old chair has occupied the same space in your Grandparents’ living room for as long as you can remember. It’s off limits to everyone but Grandpa, but who else would want to sit in it anyway? 514 more words

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A Tale of Two Managers

My very first paying job – complete with actual paychecks as opposed to babysitting money – was at a local bagel shop. I was in high school, and earned $4.50 hour. 526 more words

What are your magic numbers?

Recently I’ve been working with very busy clinic owners. You may say why do busy clinic owners need help? It’s because they are both in their early 30s and are nearly burnt out due to their workload. 393 more words

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