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  • ...careers of many people who have to write for their jobs. For example, there is a book about how the writing can benefit the development of every employer who has to write for their pr...
  • ...agents, as I could not find personal contacts.) The rest either agreed or explained with nice notes why they could not (similar reasons as above--employer prohibition, not enough time,...
  • ...and worthiness should look like?Easy to say, of course... It can be much harder to actually embody that wisdom in a time when every marketer and employer and professor and sometimes f...
  • ...ce, with full self-acceptance.  That freedom is ours to have, if we'll take it.  I will!  I'm already thinking differently about the news that my employer - Bay Path College - wants to...
  • Hi Jessica ~ 1.) I usually try to throw myself into my work on Mondays that I am not called to work for a formal employer in Boston. It's one of my husband's days off and he can be the...
  • ...wise my work/family and health come first.  But I do try to write and read up to 8 hours a week, having proper supportive devices and a company / employer that is flexible on time is a...
  • ...day writing a blog post asking for advice on taking the leap, but never posted it.  I'm afraid it will show up in a general search and my current employer could find out.  You see, its...
  • ...hey love so much that they are willing to accept less than ideal conditions to do it. For example, historians often face a similar situation. The employer - say a museum or historical...
  • ...b hunt and send a resume off. You write to the position for which you're applying along with an individual cover letter that wows the prospective employer, reflects your personality, s...
  • ...me one yourself when you suggested that we She Writers interview our characters and see what comes out. A law suit where the TV reporter sues her employer for putting her in harm's way...