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“Never burn a bridge.” You’ve heard this timeless networking advice before.
But have you heard, “Don’t continue standing on a bridge someone else has lit a match to!”?
Probably not since it’s not conventional networking advice.
But it’s advice I give my clients when it’s obvious to me they’re about to get burned.
They don’t always see it coming though.
Sometimes we don’t recognize when someone else has set fire to the bridge between us.
When we finally realize it, it’s often too late to escape the flames.
Feelings are hurt.
Trust is broken.
Confidence is lowered.
And so on.
But there is a way to recognize the warning signs and smell the smoke before everything fully erupts.
You want to pay attention to the behaviors and common traits of bridge burners.
Also, you want to learn how to stay safe from such people in such situations.
What are the smoke signals and ways to stay safe?
Go to http://www.panashstyle.com/never-say-never/ to find out.
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What did you want to be when you grew up?
Do you remember what your answer was when people would ask you that?
Are you doing what you wanted to do?
Or something related to it?
Or are you doing something completely different?
Are you as excited about what you do now as you were at the prospect of it as a child?
Have you ever wondered if your childhood goals are still feasible?
It’s interesting when I look back on my own career how some of my answers to the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” have managed to find their way into my career path in some small yet significant ways.
Maybe that’s happened for you too.
But if you still have a dream about something you’ve always wanted to do or be, there are some questions you should ask yourself.
To find out what those questions are, go to http://www.panashstyle.com/grow-up/
What do you want to be when you grow up?
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