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Toni Morrison’s Advice for a Purposeful Work Life

She recalled the wise words of her father

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I’ve been writing a lot lately about the Great Resignation. This past week alone, I’ve spoken to psychologists and management professors, recruiters and therapists. And, of course, people who have quit their jobs. In all these conversations, I’ve picked out a recurring theme: purpose.




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Kelli María Korducki

Kelli María Korducki

Writer, editor. This is where I post about ideas, strategies, and the joys of making an NYC-viable living as a self-employed creative.

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