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February 24, 2011


This can make an awesome interview topic when asked about proactively controlling career destiny.

Great point here. You're suggesting strategic thinking which is something we're not trained to do regarding career -or life. We know that organizations tend to be reactive rather than proactive -- but there's no reason employees have to follow that foolhardy path.

When people face danger, the instinct of human is diving into the crowd and wishing it away from on themselves. Actually, in a downsizing profession, layoffs are always come to the people who have no pre-protections.

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