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With so much riding on it, shouldn’t you know your score?
I think our house might be a lot like yours – almost everything from entertaining to paying the mortgage happens in the kitchen.
I can remember having great talks with my Mom while she made dinner and not talking to my Dad while he paid the bills (he would mumble “why did we have so many kids?” – I was the sixth and last child of the family).
Whenever we would entertain guests and relatives it would only be a matter of time before everyone migrated toward the kitchen table. When I needed to do homework, I would . . .
If you have ever found yourself having to look for a new job, you know how daunting it can be. As you reach out to your network of contacts and submit resumes to various job boards, you might find yourself in the position of being slightly overwhelmed.
I know from personal experience how awkward it can be when you receive an unexpected call from someone wanting to schedule an interview. At first you are excited about breaking through the barrier and receiving a response . . . and then you think, “oh dear – which job was this again?” The caller asks a simple question . . .