1. Exit gracefully even from a toxic workplace

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    July 17, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    When the company is tanking, and the employees are on the way out, it’s very tempting for them to “flip …
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  2. Reflections on The Pace of Modern Life (XKCD)

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    June 21, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    “The Pace of Modern Life” http://xkcd.com/1227/ ‘Unfortunately, the notion of marriage which prevails … at the present time … regards …
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  3. So you’re in a dying startup… (How you can tell when your startup is toast and how to plan for your next career move)

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    June 12, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    This is for the startup employee. This is for the startup employee who isn’t given equity options and the like. …
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  4. Servility as Laziness: the Indolence of the Disengaged Worker

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    June 5, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    Sometimes, it’s just fear. The employee is simply afraid of saying the wrong thing, of not being respectful enough. This is …
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  5. Value Creation for HR in an Entrepreneurial Firm

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    May 28, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    Value Creation is an important contribution stream, and only becoming more so in the future. While few will claim that …
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  6. “Prediction is hard, especially about the future”

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    May 23, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    It’s amazing how I’ve never come across this Yogi Berra quote before, but it’s used to great effect in this, …
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  7. On Growth and Job Creation in the Entrepreneurial Frontier

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    May 22, 2013 by michaelchanrubio

    I am not a thought leader on the matter, but this is a question that latched on to me persistently, …
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