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Asking For and Receiving a Raise

Asking For and Receiving a Raise By Coach Colle Davis Asking for and receiving a raise is a process and requiring you to follow the steps to get the raise. 1) Realize that you set the rules of engagement. Any fears or trepidation are addressed before you ask so your energy is focused on your …

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SMALL RISKS

Non-Scary, Risk Taking

Non-Scary, Risk Taking – by Coach Colle Davis There is an old saying, “The bigger the risk, the bigger the rewards.” This statement carries some implied acceptance that one is actually willing to take risks. What is not said is that taking risks of any size that don’t work, will still give you experience that …

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