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Give...especially if you're in a position to do so.

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I received an email about a former colleague we used to work with, and it brought tears to my eyes when I learned that her and her daughter are so close to being homeless. It shocked me. She was making more than double what I was in salary....How could she be in this situation?!? But time and time again, I am confronted with stories like this and I do believe that it can happen to any of us.

Whatever the cause may be (illness, unemployment, etc.), people we know sometimes go through difficult times. Give...especially if you're in a position to do so. Donate money, spend time together, bring over fresh groceries, share tickets to a special event, call to ask "How's it going?"--- a little gesture can go a long way.

You can read my former colleague's touching letter on the following link, and if you are so compelled, as I was, support her as she gets back on her feet:



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  • Sue Li

    I recently wrote two letters of recommendations. One for a former intern who is applying to grad school...Another for a colleague who is looking for better opportunities. Both people I hired, trained, and directly supervised. It's been amazing to see how much they have grown, and I'm proud of them. It was nice to be able to share that with others through a rec letter.