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Sarah Greesonbach


Look sharp! Sarah Greesonbach is a full-time freelance writer with Greesonbach Creative, a distinctive copywriting and content studio of one. She also blogs at Life Comma Etc about back-to-basics food, better relationships, and more money for everybody, notwithstanding the occasional elegantly-posed cat photo.

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How To Make Your MBA Application Stand Out With Powerful Storytelling

By | No Comments | December 8, 2014

Applying for an MBA? Show – don’t tell – why you deserve to be accepted with the power of a good story. Read »


MBA Application Process: What’s Typically Required and How Much It Costs

By | 2 Comments | November 26, 2014

Just the thought of applying for an MBA can be scary – but is the actual application process too much to handle? Find out if you’re really ready to take the plunge. Read »


Create the Perfect Home Office That Will Keep You Motivated

By | 1 Comment | March 4, 2014

Make your home office setup work perfectly for you with these three easy steps. Read »

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An Attitude Adjustment Checklist to Keep You Successful at Work

By | 5 Comments | September 9, 2013

You may have rolled your eyes when your parents told you to readjust your attitude, but a bad workplace attitude is nothing to scoff at. Here’s why. Read »

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What to Do When Health Care Doesn’t Kick In Immediately at Your New Job

By | 2 Comments | June 12, 2013

When you start that new position, you’ll probably have to wait 90 days for health care. Here’s how to prepare for the transition. Read »

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How to Resign From Your Job Without Burning Bridges

By | 6 Comments | April 25, 2013

Winners leave their workplace better than they found it and arrive at their new job with clean karma. Follow these tips to resign from your job like a pro! Read »

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4 Relationship Rules That Will Help You Fall in Love With a Job

By | 3 Comments | April 11, 2013

These important principles can help you decide whether to keep your relationship with your employer going strong—or whether it’s time to move on. Read »

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3 Tips for Surviving Boring Meetings

By | 1 Comment | April 1, 2013

If you’ve ever been stuck in a seemingly endless meeting, we know where you’re coming from. Here’s how to cope. Read »

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4 Tips for Becoming Everyone’s Favorite Coworker

By | 6 Comments | December 13, 2012

We’ve all had to deal with an annoying or bad-mannered office mate. But how can you make sure no one at work feels that way about you? Read »


How I Bombed a Sure-Thing Interview

By | 8 Comments | November 30, 2012

Yes, it’s embarrassing to screw up an interview. But if you can learn from my mistakes, you’ll have a success story to tell (and hopefully a job to accept). Read »

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The Delicate Art of the Networking Email

By | 14 Comments | October 31, 2012

While the best networking might happen in person or through acquaintances, email can be a great way to build new relationships and spread the love online. Read »

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Get Mad at Work

By | 2 Comments | August 29, 2012

We all get mad at work. But don’t let it derail your office reputation—use these techniques to get to the bottom of it. Read »


4 Tips for Transitioning from College to Your First Job

By | 9 Comments | August 21, 2012

Feeling nervous about that first day of work? Here’s how to get started on the right foot. Read »

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3 Easy Moves to Update Your Job Search for the Digital Age

By | 3 Comments | August 7, 2012

Still job-hunting like it’s 1999? That’s what we’re here for. Read »