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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

People - group 2 the specialists

W - took redundancy package from a telecommunication company - now looking for work. I suggested the two-day week garden maintenance job to him ('just around the corner, lovely people, outdoor work, no mental stress'). His response: 'I don't even do my own lawn jobs! Let me know if you find me a virtual lawn mowing job...'  Any suggestions for him?

G - home duties - already has a sore back! Lesson - look after that back!

Is it important to try work outside of our comfort zone? Is it best to specialise or be flexible?
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