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Adapting to an Undefined Change in a Business Model

I previously held a management position in a large business with many layers. I was privileged to be a part of meetings where change was discussed at high levels. Occasionally, I got to weigh in with my opinions to help higher up managers with their decisions. The final decisions were above and outside my circle of control. However, I was at least in a position where I could see the impact. I would try and make enough changes along the way to transition my team before the change was fully rolled out. Today, I am in a different ballgame and am finding ways to adapt to an undefined change in a business model. Continue reading

Every Interaction is an Opportunity to Influence Somebody

Every Interaction is an Opportunity to Influence Somebody

Every interaction is an opportunity to influence somebody.

Please pause and re-read that statement. Slowwwwly. Now ask yourself a key question, “How do you want to influence this person?” Sentences can dramatically change by adding describing words in different places. Here are a few scenarios where the same sentence can take a different twist. Continue reading

Why I Gave Up My TV Shows and What I Gained in Return

Why I quit TV

Dear Netflix, I have a love/hate relationship with you and my TV. You provide hours of entertainment. However, you steal time away from my family, friends and my side hustle. We are judged by the company we keep. I have things I want to teach my son. Binge watching hours of TV is not one of them.¬† Here’s what happened when I gave up my TV shows:

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Face It: We All Micromanage

We all micromanage

When we hear the word micromanage, our brain may automatically default to that one bad boss who controlled not only what you did, but how you did it. Of course there may be a time when a supervisor may justifiably micromanage an under-performing employee, but, you may as well be unconsciously micromanaging your coworkers, family or even friends. Continue reading

5 Tips in Preparing for Your Performance Review

5 Tips To Rock Your Performance Review

You took the effort to beef up your resume, ditched your old job like a bad relationship and now landed a new career. Hard work is over right? Wrong. It’s performance review time buddy! For some people this may roll around once a year, for others it may be twice a year or even quarterly (yikes!). Don’t make the mistake of assuming your boss knows you are doing a great job. Continue reading

Suicide and Coping with Coworkers

Suicide and Coping with Coworkers

The word suicide never bothered me to say or type before until this week. I know others who experienced suicide with their families or friends, but not directly. This week, one of the members in management who interviewed me for the current position I am in, I often consulted with for specific questions and he wore a referee shirt if a coworker and I took opposite stances, took his own life. Continue reading

The Benefits Of Standing

The Benefits Of Standing

For over 11 years now, I have been sitting at an office desk and never thought about the standing desk concept. In my mind, I thought I made up for not standing at work by running 4 miles a day, did other strength training workouts, or got up and walked around when my Fitbit buzzed at me. Continue reading

Passing on a Promotion Opportunity

Promotion Opportunity

Hey there ya’ll, it’s Mrs. Defined Sight again and I came across quite the unique promotion situation the other day that really made me intrigued. Continue reading

Want an Interview? Beef up the Resume!

Resume Tips

Note from Mr. Defined Sight- Today Mrs. Defined Sight unleashes some of her resume knowledge on us. We hope you enjoy and find these tips useful! Continue reading

Ditch Your Job Like A Bad Relationship

Ditch Your Job Like A Bad Relationship

In a personal relationship, one per person loves the other, and the other loves them back. Pretty simple and works, right? However, if one person doesn’t love the other, or both aren’t in love with each other, chances are things are pretty miserable and the relationship will fail. The same can be said about jobs. Let’s take a look at the different work scenarios that are a bad relationship. Continue reading

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