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September 28, 2011

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Michelle

So true Kris. I feel like I've hit my shelf life and am trying to figure out how to reclaim the fire in my belly for my work. So much of it just seems like the SOS. Your post really hit me and made me realize what I already knew, but haven't been willing to admit. I have to either reinvent myself or move on. Thanks for the kick in the pants!

Robert Hatta

Since there is no "like" button, just posting that I liked this.

Steve

Reminds me of a time a few years ago when my son, then 4, was riding with me. At one point some other car did some stunt, and I hit the brakes and changed lanes, neither hard, but abruptly. From the backseat comes a voice, "fu**in' dammit".
All I could do was laugh. Then tell him not to say that in front of his mom.

james

This really hits home. I've been in HR/Corporate Recruiting for the past 12 1/2 years. I've recently been feeling like I've hit that shelf life. Maybe it's the fact that I just turned 41 as well but...the job feels like the SOS.

If anyone has any ideas for reinventing yourself especially these days I'm totally open to any ideas you might have.

Thanks

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