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The Formula for Stale Sheets - Change for Career Advancement (4856 hits)

The "trick" - for softer sheets - is to use the hottest water, no detergent, lots of fabric softener, and a cup of baking soda during the wash cycle. When they emerge, the sheets are fresh-smelling and "a thousand times softer." Read on to catch my point.

Too many find themselves languishing in stale work environments. I can't help but wonder what those conditions are doing to their ability to produce. Correction: what they are ALLOWING those conditions to do to their productivity.

No worry, there is a "trick" for the professional environment as well. The solution may not be so obvious. With thought, you'll uncover new ways to freshen the 9 to 5 bed of progress.

The urgent pursuit of professional happiness demands conviction and unpredictable patience. Point your thoughts and actions in the direction that brings about the most results. Look good even when it hurts.

At a crossroad? Get across even if it demands a limp. No time to be afraid. Find the formula - the "trick" that ushers in the change you are looking for. Whether on a job or looking for a job, change - if you want it - is just within reach.

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Article submitted by Torin Ellis (www.riptheresume.com) - a seasoned entrepreneur with a background that includes years of high tech recruiting, sales, sales leadership, and advertising sales experience.
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