Fake It … Until You Make it

Everybody Has a First Day on the Job

Back in the day we used to use what are called tractor feed printers. Somewhere I have a picture of my cats playing with a pile of the torn off edges of paper. They raced up and down our hallway and had a blast with it.
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You know how when you push a button and whatever needs to happen doesn’t and you push the button again?

Here’s what happened.

Typically, there is a slight disconnect between what the new employee understands and what the new employer thinks they understand. That’s why there is a training…

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I have been a spiritual channel since 1993. I love to write and hope you enjoy what I write about. My website is TalkingToSpirit.com

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Pauline Evanosky

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I have been a spiritual channel since 1993. I love to write and hope you enjoy what I write about. My website is TalkingToSpirit.com

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