Tag Archives: Lynda Watts

Assassination of Protocol and Ethics

Assassination of a Nation Yesterday marked the 53rd year since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the beginning of the suffering endured by our nation.  Today, we are suffering an assassination of a different sort, but no less … Continue reading

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Free Resume Evaluations? What’s the catch?

April, 2016: NOTE TO THOSE WHO ARE OUTSIDE OF THE USA:  There has been an overwhelming increase in the number of evaluation requests I am receiving from people who live outside of the USA.  As an unfortunate result, I must now limit this offer to people … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Frustration of Job Search Rejection

We don’t intentionally set out on a mission, whatever it might be, with the intent of being rejected.  Rejection doesn’t feel good. But for the unemployed, the sting of rejection is all too familiar.  And when that sting is added to … Continue reading

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Layoffs, Injuries, Superheros and Autism: Facing Adversity

It’s All Good! You FINALLY get an offer for what promises to be a great job — and you accept! All there’s left to do is pack up, move out, and get settled in a new city.   Penalties be damned, you cash … Continue reading

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Is No Job Better than the Wrong Job?

How do you know whether that new job is the right job for you? What can you do to check out — or “vet” — a potential employer before committing yourself to a new position? The importance of a thorough … Continue reading

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Out with the old; In With the New

If you regularly read my blog, you know that my family consists of myself, 2 biological kids, and many young adults (and their children) who find their way to us, whether by court order or simply because they have chosen … Continue reading

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Thanks for Giving, Giving Thanks

Last year, the turkey and trimmings came from a food pantry. Still, we were thankful. This year, we donated to a food pantry, and for the ability to do so, we are grateful. The economy has forced so many families … Continue reading

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