On this week’s Paycheck & Balances we discuss tips for getting ahead at work and how the simple wording of an email might be holding you back. Do you find yourself apologizing too much for missing deadlines? Have you dealt with a coworker that repeatedly promises greatness but barely delivers on mediocrity? This is the episode for you. We provide simple tips for rewording how you communicate with your boss and peers to emphasize solution oriented outcomes versus assigning blame or taking a hit for someone else’s mistakes.

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