As a career coach, a lot of my clients have come to me for... well, career-related issues. Some are starting their own businesses (yay, entrepreneurs!), some are looking for a new job and some are transitioning into a new career that is more in line with who they really are.Here’s the thing about all of those cases: they take work. They take persistence and tenacity (which coincidentally are the same thing) and they take a very unique degree of dedication to the task at hand. And they take follow up.
People sometimes cringe at the word, and that’s understandable considering how we often equate follow up with pestering. But what if I told you there was another way to look at follow up to m
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