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April 06, 2009


Alexandra, very true. I've had a personal (and sometimes professional) philosophy for a long time that essentially goes: "You get to complain about something one time. After that, I only want to hear your proposed solution." In the end, we're responsible for our own happiness. Thanks for the post. Mark

Too true! And from a career perspective, one will always face adversity, but one of the most attractive qualities in a candidate is the ability to work through challenges. Starting on the home front is the best way to get your mindset in the right place, so that you can bring that same mindset to your work. Thanks for the thoughts, Alexandra!

@Kristi: Thanks so much for commenting, and great advice about starting at home.

@Mark: Appreciate the feedback, this one was difficult for me to write for some reason.

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