Commitment: A Cautionary Tale for Partners-To-Be

Profile of woman with finger on her lips in "shush" gestureThere are times to chime in and times to stay silent.

By Martin Bissett
Passport to Partnership

Ask yourself and answer these questions when considering the current and future “commitment” behaviors that you’ll employ.

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1 – What is my first reaction to being asked to work outside of my normal hours?