Holiday Shopping as Metaphor for Career Choices

Holiday Shopping as Metaphor for Career Choices

What does holiday shopping have to do with making a career decision? Plenty. This post is a little metaphor about shopping, life, and challenge of breaking out of analysis paralysis to decide.

Santa, make it stop!

My inbox, which has exploded exponentially every day since Thanksgiving rolled over into the Season of Shopping, has sent me on the fast track to crazy town.

Read the full post on Hurry, Hurry! Shop, Shop! A Metaphor for Life? on Undecided.

Holiday shopping and career indecision

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