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Jan 25, 2009

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You are so right, Phil. I am getting pinged by people almost daily asking for help finding a job. I try to help everyone or provide intros and contacts.

People have helped me like this along the way, I will always remember and appreciate them.

Rosemary Coates

Belated Happy B'day - I always relish your posts , nice prospective on people - something most of us forget to do while being in the race !!

If you give it away - you will never be without. If you try to hold it you will never have enough.

Give to give - not to receive

Phil,

Happy belated Birthday!

I always thoroughly enjoying reading what you have to share... Your words are like gold dust.

Whether you have played nicely with others or schemed and plotted to get to the top... What goes around really does come around.

For people who lack integrity, congruent values, morals and ethical behaviour, respect for others (regardless of titles/positions), and a pure sense of ingenuity vs. plagiarising other people's work... Karma is not your friend when it comes back around.

Great perspective and post Phil!

Phil - I really enjoyed reading this, you really hit on some key issues with people in the workplace today. I believe 2009 will define many people in the way they treat others, and reveal a lot about human nature. But you are right - we will come out of this slump a better place, with better expectations,

Joyce

Mark -

That's because I haven't called it in yet :)

Happy birthday brother and I'm sorry I never returned that favor! :)

Phil

Thanks for summing up the feelings of so many of us during these times. Happy birthday!

David Reid

I've been in sourcing for over 30 years and have been through ups and downs. Ultimately, we reap what we sow. Good perspective and advice. Thanks for posting!

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