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A Lobster in the Pot


Are you Sweet Enough?

Common Interview Mistakes

Have you ever left an interview and caught yourself saying “I wish I had a chance to redo that interview” or “if I only would have done this or said that”? Either way you do not want to leave an interview wishing you had an opportunity to do it again. Chances are you will not get that opportunity so you have to nail it on the first try.

Why Go to Mass this Divine Mercy Sunday April 11?

Why Go to Mass this Divine Mercy Sunday April 11
...and make Confession and receive the Eucharist. We cannot imagine the personal and individual impact that He said it shall have:

According to the notebooks of Saint Faustina, Jesus made the following statements about this day:

Listen to Your Gut

Have you ever made a decision using your “gut” and it turned out to be the right choice? Have you ever contemplated over a decision using a more systematic approach only to find it probably was not the best choice? I know I certainly have. I think back to my days of when I use to hire people and it never failed. Every time I went with my gut I always made the right hiring choice.

Eww Yuck! Blackened Toenails

Raise your hand if you've ever had a blackened toenail? Or better yet, had one completely fall off as a result of running? I'm guessing there are a lot of raised hands. Novice runners are usually shocked and surprised while experienced runners wear them with pride. So what causes this odd occurrence?


Don't Forget to Cross Train!


An important element of training that often gets neglected by runners is cross-training. A typical training plan will incorporate a couple of rest and/or cross-training days. Remember what I said in the previous posting; be sure to use your rest days for rest. But, what should you be doing on your cross-training days? You know when you go to the all-you-can-eat buffet and there stretched before you is an entire bounty of goodies? You also know how that bounty includes some healthy choices and a whole lot of not-so-healthy-choices? Well, cross-training is just like that.


5 Key Tips for Dealing with Disappointment

Do you ever wonder why things turn out the way they do? Have you ever been so disappointed that your emotions got the best of you? We have all experienced some form of disappointment in our lives. Whether it was being passed over for that promotion, not getting the job we had hoped for, failing to see results quick enough or circumstances in our personal/professional lives just not turning out the way we imagined. There are going to be disappointments in our lives but it is how we deal with them that will make all the difference.

Making the "Right" Choice...

Today more than ever we are faced with so many choices and as a result we are fearful of making the wrong choice. For some of us we become paralyzed with indecision. If in the past you changed jobs or made a career move that did not serve you well you may be fearful of making another poor decision even if it means a better opportunity. On the other hand, you may have been so scared of making a move that you chose to stay in your job even when it was no longer satisfying or challenging.

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