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    July, 2011

    Archive for July, 2011

    It’s Friday, and I’m ready to kick-off the weekend with some links! I’ve been an exercise fool the past day or two, and I’ve got boot camp schedule tonight, a baby shower for my cousin, and then a business trip next week. It’s a fast-paced and exciting weekend in preparation for a fast-paced and exciting [...]

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    I learned something new in class last night… apparently, in some industries, CRM means “Customer Returned Material”. Essentially, a customer is returning some material that you sold them because it is broken for some reason. I learned this from a classmate who is an engineer, and we were discussing projects at work. I mentioned that [...]

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      I had the pleasure of meeting some bloggers this weekend in real life, so I thought I’d post a picture. Angeline, from The New Professional, is taking a cross-country adventure to make the move for her husband’s new job, and she and her husband stopped in the Dallas area for a few nights. Kileen, [...]

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    It’s been a good week, and I’m making lots of progress on a huge project at work! Here’s a few links to kick off the weekend!   For the brand protectors and copyright lawyers:  Apple rip-off stores in China For the aspiring entrepreneur, via Exile Lifestyle: People Still Pay for Value For all corporate workers, [...]

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      Skirt: Ann Taylor Loft T-shirt: Target Necklace/Earrings/Belt: Forever 21 Shoes: Sam and Libby, via DSW Like the outfit? See more details here!     These photos were taken after a long day at work and class. When I asked my husband to snap a few pictures of my outfit, he went into photographer mode, [...]

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    I was talking about ways to improve my blog with my husband, and he was trying to find the best way to tell me that my site a little…. shall we say… boring and a little intimidating. It doesn’t hurt my feelings for him to say that, but it does make me wonder how I [...]

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    This is another post that’s been sitting in the queue, unpublished. In my continuing effort to have transparency and credibility on the blog, it’s finally coming out to the world! Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of articles about pay equity and glass ceilings for women. When I first started noticing these articles, I generally [...]

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    I had the opportunity to comment on some resumes recently, and the request for feedback warrants a post. I noticed significant differences in the style, information included, and length of the resumes of these candidates than resumes for candidates more similar to myself. I attribute these differences partly to generational differences, and partly to career [...]

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    I’ve been on a data-gathering mission since I started my position, and now grades are up for my MBA mid-terms. In short, I’ve got numbers running out my ears! I’m probably the least numbers-conscious person you’ll ever meet (seriously, ask my husband about the calculus study incident where the book, pencil, and calculator somehow managed [...]

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    What a wonderful 4-day week, and almost the weekend. I’ve got some errands planned, but other than that, it shouldn’t be too eventful… and I’ve got links to kick it off!   For those aspiring to be a leader, via Derek Siver’s Blog: Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Man For the academics and philosophers, via [...]

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