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Feeling Good About Yourself, Even if You are Rebuffed

Sunday, March 02, 2014

I really don't like evaluation time. It makes me feel a little insecure. It's nice to be noticed and appreciated. But, it's ok to feel good about yourself even when you are rebuffed. I am proud of my work and dedication. I am not letting anyone take that away from me.

I am also proud of keeping my weight down and staying strong at 53 years of age. This little light of mine, I'm going to let it shine!








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  • v LADYJAJA
    To echo the comments of others, you look great! Being healthy and getting exercise is so important to feeling good even when the chips are down! emoticon
    808 days ago
  • v HIPPICHICK1
    You look FAB!
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    814 days ago
  • v JOYINKY
    emoticon you look great! I can't even comment on how evaluation systems have evolved without getting angry. They are less about how well you are doing your job and more about the budget. emoticon
    815 days ago
  • v IMPROVINGME
    You go, Girl!

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    815 days ago
  • v TRAVELGRRL
    Petty politics always seems to prevail. Unless you are in danger of losing your job, let it go -- you are looking good and people are probably jealous. emoticon
    815 days ago
  • v THINFITFEMINIST
    You look incredible! And, yes, it is tough to be performance focused for a company especially when their standards cannot be reached even by them. You'll make it through this as you have before. Perhaps it's time to develop something that is much more kinder for you to be involved in for a career choice. I think you are smart enough to do it in fact.
    815 days ago
  • v BIGPAWSUP
    You look awesome.
    815 days ago
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