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Thursday, September 19, 2013

emoticon emoticon I was inspired by your advice dear friends...I decided to go to a job convention yesterday.
My jealous co-worker- the one I have previously blogged about - tried to stop me but how can you stop a sparkie????????????
I went there and I guess she was shocked at my courage. This convention has given me lots of ideas for my job.....My boss was there and I am going to show everybody what I can do here.
Hey, I met so many people and I've decided I will not stop until I've changed something.
What do you think my dear friends?? emoticon
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    I feel like your co-worker is envious. She must feel intimidated in some way to want to stop you from doing the things you want to do and from doing things that will boost your confidence. A job convention sounds intimidating but fun. It's good that you didn't allow her to stop you and look, you met lots of people and gained ideas. That is an experience that nobody can ever take away from you! emoticon

    1739 days ago
    Courage is created quite often, one small step at a time. now that you know what you can do, you will be willing to do more!!!

    I think after awhile your co-worker will acquiesce in her criticism of you and if she doesnt then it is her loss not having you as a friend, just s we do.

    I, for one, am proud of you,ma cheri
    1739 days ago
    There you go on the road to greater things. You showed that
    jealous worker what you are made of. Good for you and good
    luck to getting a promotion as you have shown guts for going
    after what you want. Yeah you! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1739 days ago
    GO FOR IT emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1739 days ago
  • JACKIE15108
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    you can do it! Jealous co woker spur you on!
    1739 days ago
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