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      This is the final post in my series about lessons from the stage. I’ve talked about the director and the ensemble, and now I’ve got to talk about what goes on behind the scenes! We’ve been rehearsing for weeks to create the perfect show, but let’s be honest, nothing’s ever perfect, right? Late nights [...]

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    I’m on my way to Florida for Christmas, so check out my latest post on The Daily Muse, “The 5 Love Languages: Business Edition”. I’ve written several articles for The Daily Muse, and you can check them out here. The Daily Muse is a site that offer career advice to professional women, with tips on style, [...]

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      This is the second post in a 3-part series on business lessons from my recent stint on-stage. Yesterday, I talked about the importance of the director, and today’s post discusses aspects of working in an ensemble. This show had a cast and chorus of about 100 people, so there were a lot of moving [...]

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    We had a wonderful run of “A Christmas Carol” this weekend, with a full house at almost every performance, and only a few hiccups during the shows (like the Ghost of Christmas Present finding his missing wreath in the garbage bin?!). As I went through the rehearsals and performances, I saw some parallels to the [...]

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    I’ve got another story at The Daily Muse today, discussing internships. The article looks at a few common internship horror stories, and ways to avoid falling into a bad internship. I’ve posted several other stories at The Daily Muse, and you can find them here. The Daily Muse is an excellent site that caters to [...]

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    Shirt: NY & Co. Knit Jacket: Target Jeans: TJ Maxx Boots: Ross Necklace: Forever 21 Earrings: NY & Co. Like the outfit? See more details here! We talked about company culture in my technology class last night, particularly as it related to Perot Systems, mentioned in one of our case studies. The discussion centered around [...]

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    How did we work before the internet? After a storm last night, the internet is down at our office. This means no email, no network, and no web. So, I’m sitting around with nothing to do. I could send some mock-ups for approval… oh, wait, no I can’t. Oh! I’ve been meaning to book a [...]

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    Ask anyone to describe me, and one of the first words out of their mouth will be, “talkative”. I LOVE to talk, and I sometimes joke that I’d be quite happy to carry on a conversation with a rock, if it came down to it. But, I’ve learned, sometimes I just need to shut up. [...]

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    I’m excited to have another article at The Daily Muse, discussing how to deal with taking time off of work for religious observances. You can check out the article here. I’ve written a few pieces for The Daily Muse, and you can view them in the education and career sections of the site. You can [...]

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    I just came home from a sales training session in Atlanta, GA, and we discussed some tips for talking so they’ll listen. In particular, we discussed the results of a brain dominance test that measures how you prefer to make decisions, receive information, and generally deal with people. This is similar to many different personality [...]

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