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Life Lesson: Don't Complain About Your (Famous) Co-Worker On Live TV

Life Lesson: Don't Complain About Your (Famous) Co-Worker On Live TV

Ranting about a co-worker should be done with care, especially when you're a broadcaster, and your co-worker is a much more famous broadcaster, and you're live on TV. But a sportscaster for an NBC affiliate in Jacksonville, Fla., Dan Hicken, turned one of those funny jibes -- the types anchors throw at... Read More »

'Moanday' Is The Worst Day Of The Week For Workers

'Moanday' Is The Worst Day Of The Week For Workers

Every so often a bit of news surfaces that makes the mind wobble -- such as this one: A new survey from the U.K. finds that Monday is the most miserable day of the week for workers. Well, duh. As anyone who works a typical workweek can tell you, it can be a bit tough to get up and get going on any Monday.... Read More »

When The Empire Strikes Back: A Lesson About Workplace Retaliation

When The Empire Strikes Back: A Lesson About Workplace Retaliation

Kyle Walski had joined Smythe Brothers Finance Group at its inception in the mid-'70s, when he finished his MBA. Peter and Rick Smythe had a dynamic vision to plan retirement packages for clients. Kyle was enamored by their creativity and turned down a six-figure job in San Francisco to join the Smythes'... Read More »

In a Job Search? Quit Complaining

In a Job Search? Quit Complaining

If you're conducting a job search in this no-go economy you no doubt have a lot to complain about. It turns out all your bellyaching can help you if you tune in to what you're grumbling about and why. I just finished reading Jon Gordon's book The No Complaining Rule. In the book he points out, "Complaining... Read More »

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