You are an officer of a board of trustees, and you have become aware of dissension in the ranks. Beleaguered by constant gossiping, backbiting and insubordination, the corporate workplace is not a happy one. Despite the poor morale, only the stars seem to leave.
Why some young adults -- with highly successful parents have difficulty growing up and identifying and pursuing their work-life goals.
What do I want to do with my life?
How do I go about pursuing my goals?
How do I galvanize myself to get started?
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