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Your work habits should evolve as you advance | Why you should consider a sabbatical | A simple tactic for remembering names
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Your work habits should evolve as you advance
As your career progresses, you may need to lengthen the timelines on your projects and converse more with your boss about strategy instead of execution, writes Danielle Merfeld, a technology director at GE Global Research. Embrace the role of a coach and encourage others to become coaches themselves.
Fast Company online (9/28) 
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Why you should consider a sabbatical
Taking a year off from your job can help you gain perspective on your career and acquire experiences you can showcase on your resume, experts say. Sabbaticals can also help you develop the soft skills that employers covet for management positions.
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Making the Connection
A simple tactic for remembering names
The best way to remember a person's name is to write it down in your smartphone or a notepad, writes Nicolas Cole. "It's not cheating. It's called being resourceful," Cole writes.
Inc. online (free registration) (9/27) 
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The Landscape
Calif. creating state-run retirement plan
California Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign legislation to create a state-run retirement plan for nearly 7 million private workers who don't have an employer-sponsored plan. The law will require employers to enroll employees and deduct money from their checks, although the employees can opt out.
The Associated Press (9/29) 
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Be patient: Great ideas take time to develop
To bring any idea to the marketplace requires not just an original product or service, but the commitment to do the work even when it's not glamorous, writes Valeria Maltoni. Instead of rushing ahead with a project, Maltoni counsels leaders to give themselves the time and space they need to tweak their product or service and allow for creativity.
Conversation Agent (9/28) 
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The Water Cooler
Hawaii publication benefits from 72-year-old intern
Hawaii newspaper benefits from 72-year-old intern
The Honolulu Civil Beat has hired Ron Hochuli, 72, as an unpaid intern, saying the longtime Hawaii resident brings valuable community experience and fresh insight. If the experiment succeeds, the publication will create a fellowship based on newsroom-retiree collaboration. (9/23) 
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Speculation and the exploration of ideas beyond what we know with certainty are what lead to progress.
Lisa Randall,
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