137: Feedback Friday | How to Cope with Remorseful Flirtation
Friend of the show and Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas (@johnleedumas) joins us to help a listener begin anew in a new city.
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- If there's such a thing as remorseful flirtation, how should you feel to be on the receiving end of it?
- As old-timers who have already been there and done that, how do we recommend you live your twenties to their fullest?
- The management at your current job barely acknowledges you and it's time to move on. Is it appropriate in this case to give notice by email?
- Will setting boundaries for your narcissistic sibling have any positive effect on your relationship, or should you just cut them off altogether?
- What's the best way to bid a fair-weather friend adieu after they've made it clear that visiting you on your almost-deathbed was a real inconvenience?
- Even though you bounced back from your layoff with a huge pay increase and promotion potential galore, you miss your old team and want to stay on good terms. How do you speed up the healing process to make this possible?
- When you have a lifelong habit of rejecting people before they reject you -- to the point that you've never dated and you don't have any close friends -- what can you do to become more approachable?
- When moving to a foreign city to reboot your personal and professional life, what's the best way to put down roots, make new connections, and get your brand noticed?
- Recommendation of the Week: The American Meme
- Quick shoutout to Corey Anderson!
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