May your 2017 be entirely good, gracious, and kind.
This has been a year of many transitions – for myself, for my family, and for far too many of my close friends.
For me, a great new job.
For my family, a new town, a new state, a new set of schools and friends. New beginnings, in return for so many hard goodbyes.
And, while some of these transitions have been trivially easy, others have proven to be – jarringly – life altering.
Several of my friends went through similar transitions this year.
One such friend asked me for advice, when they suddenly – and quite unexpectedly – found themselves back on the job market.
This friend – like the majority of my contemporaries – has the heavy mantle of someone who has lived quite a full life, and the corresponding responsibility of being the primary financial support for their family, squarely upon their shoulders.
Below, I share my advice to them (highly redacted); not because I believe my advice to…
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Excellent insight and advice! Wow!