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May 19, 2009

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Paul

Regarding Point 3: If you're ready to move on and they're begging you to stay, that's nice to the ego and all... but move on. You've made up your mind, you've set your sights on a new horizon; returning to the old one will not fuel your spirits the same way. Also, odds are good that any changes made on their part to accomodate you will disappear in 90 days.

Better for all parties that you move on.

Chris Casquilho

Amen, Brother Thurman. Corollary to #2 (thanks to Jan Masoaka) - there isn't a problem in the world that doesn't have a first and last name. Sometimes it's them or you that gots to go.

Tony

"It doesn't have to be like that."

I think that's something we all forget way too often.

CamilleS

Thank you. We've linked to this post on Emerging Arts Leaders/LA, and it's brought up some emotional but important discussions. The group is here: http://groups.google.com/group/emergingartsLA?hl=en

Adam

I'm glad it has sparked some discussion Camille. We, as a field, have a lot to talk about.

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Sam Smith

Thank you for writing this post. I am not really sure how I arrived here -- but I can tell you this: I am glad that I found this blog and that I read this post. You made several excellent points.

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I'm glad it has sparked some discussion Camille. We, as a field, have a lot to talk about.

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