415: Should I Dodge a Debt to the Mafia? | Feedback Friday
You suspect your father-in-law took a large loan from the mafia in the Eastern European country where you now reside, and that they may come to you for it because you're American and they assume you're rich (which you're not). What can you do to keep your family safe? We'll field this and more here on Feedback Friday!
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- When you're stuck with a ceaseless sense of uncertainty (as many of us are in the midst of a pandemic), remember, in the words of the wise James Clear: action forces prioritization.
- You suspect your father-in-law took a large loan from the mafia in the Eastern European country where you now reside, and that they may come to you for it because you're American and they assume you're rich (which you're not). What can you do to keep your family safe?
- Texting “Did they pull the plug yet?” when your daughter was on life support a few months back was insensitive of your wife's friend. Should it be chalked up to an innocent lack of self-awareness, or is this a clear sign the friendship has run its course?
- You work in an industry that allows you a flexible schedule, teaches you new skills, and pays well. But you can't shake the desire to dabble in a craft industry that might be personally fulfilling -- only without your current perks. How can you ensure you've considered all the data before you make a decision you may regret?
- Can your reconnection with an old flame who already has kids endure if your plans to have a baby together are thrown off by lengthy unemployment and a loudly ticking -- and expiring -- biological clock?
- You're lucky enough to have work-funded coaching to help with personal and professional development, sleep, nutrition, navigating uncertainty, and communication for the next six months. What can you do to ensure you're making the most of this valuable -- but limited -- time?
- Recommendation: My Octopus Teacher on Netflix
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