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In the spring of 2010, I tackled a series of life events head-on. In a matter of months, I had switched jobs and industries, I had moved from Montana to California.
Smart phones, email and Wi-Fi are all part of an ever-growing ability to stay constantly connected to pretty much everyone and everything.
There isn’t a day that passes where I don’t compare myself in some way. Some days I’m not as skinny as X, Y and Z. Some days I’m not as successful. Or as rich. Or as stylish. And some days I even feel like a failure.
“The blog is going to have to come down.” The words were direct and to the point, like a cold slap. A call from corporate was unexpected.
My problem is patience. I don’t feel like I’m doing enough. I’m not pushing hard enough, not impressing enough. I want to make a bigger impact. Now. Yes, my problem at work right now is patience.
Shortly after college graduation, I was working in a temporary reporting position unsure of my next career move. Then, Maury Povich called. The entertainment mogul was starting a newspaper in Montana.
The other night I sent a tweet out gushing about my job. Before you become nauseated thinking, “Well good for her, isn’t that peachy?” allow me to elaborate. A few months ago I was burning my candle