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Playing (and Paying) It Forward

Playing (and Paying) It Forward

Last year around this time, LinkedIn created “If I Were 22” and asked around 80 of its Influencers to share advice to their younger selves. As I wrote in my blog post at the time, the responses were engaging and thought provoking. It certainly started me thinking. But instead of advice I would give myself if I were 22, I began to think about the advice I’d like to pass on to my children and my as-yet-unborn grandchildren.
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At Work Between Christmas and New Year’s

At Work Between Christmas and New Year’s

It only seems as though everyone has the week off between Christmas and New Year’s. If you are going to be in the office the last week of the year, you’re actually in the majority.
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The Season of Thanks

The Season of Thanks

It’s hard to believe that, at least according to government economists who measure these things, the Great Recession has been over for more than four years. It may have ended technically, but the effects of 2008 have lingered.
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Open (Enrollment) Season

Open (Enrollment) Season

The dates may vary depending on who provides your health insurance—your employer, Medicare or one of the marketplaces of the Affordable Care Act—but most of us will be making our 2015 health care choices between November 15 and December 31, 2014. (The ACA marketplace deadline is on February 15, 2015.)
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Veterans Day Is for Reflection—and Celebration

Veterans Day Is for Reflection—and Celebration

Veterans Day has always struck a balance between the solemn and the celebratory. We honor our fallen heroes with heavy hearts at the sacrifice they made for our country, we commit to helping the wounded warriors who have returned and,
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