Firing Your Friends: Episode 268

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Firing Your Friends: Episode 268

Mar 21, 2013
Guests: Andrew Hess, Martha Krienke, Chelsey Nugteren, Elizabeth Brown and Candice Watters

[48:48] - 

When it’s time to end a friendship, plus working with screwed-up people, and a listener claims she’s tried it all, but is still single. Featured musical artist: Audio Adrenaline

EPISODE SEGMENTS

Friends Aren't Friends Forever

Community|Roundtable
Guests: Martha Krienke, Andrew Hess and Chelsey Nugteren

[23:24] - 

We’ve all been there — at a point where a friendship has become either stagnant or downright toxic — and it’s time to cut the cord. But saying goodbye isn’t always easy, nor are our motives for doing so always good. Our panel talks about evaluating a friendship and determining why and how to back off, back out and move on.

Jerks on the Job

Career|Culture
Guests: Elizabeth Brown

[17:26] - 

We spend much of our time at work, so wouldn’t it be great if everyone on the job could just get along? Whether a lazy team member, gossipy assistant or overbearing boss, it’s a fact that most workplaces are home to at least a few difficult people — hey, it could even be you. Elizabeth Brown wrote Working Successfully With Screwed-Up People to help us navigate the world of on-the-job drama.

I've Tried It All

Dating|Inbox
Guests: Candice Watters

[6:41] - 

She's done small groups, singles groups, online dating, setups, meetups and more. It hasn't worked. Is she doing something wrong? Candice Watters offers advice and encouragement.