Monthly Archives: January 2016

GLASSES, SHOES AND GLOVES

Dear Mr. Molloy:   The other day during a major snowstorm I had lunch at a local restaurant. I checked my coat with my gloves in my pocket but when I picked it up they were missing. When I pointed … Continue reading

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MALE EXECUTIVE SPOUSES

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a man married to a top executive at a Fortune 500 company. Part of her responsibilities as you might imagine is moving in the right circles so that she can attract clients and handle problems … Continue reading

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GETTING AHEAD AND FITTING IN

  Dear Mr. Molloy:   I am a female software engineer and I’ve been working with my present firm for seven years. As you probably already know very short skirts are fashionable and being worn by many women on television. … Continue reading

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IMAGE AND SUCCESS

  Dear Mr. Molloy:   I’m a 37-year-old engineer and I have a ponytail. I wonder whether or not it takes away from my professional appearance. My hair is just long enough to pull back and make a ponytail. I … Continue reading

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