Unstumped Questions

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How to do survive a terrorist attack? | 5 steps
stephen benton | UNSTUMPED | survival/terrorism/terrorist/shooting/self defense/protection

So I hear about attacks all the time. There was a recent shooting in a Washington DC shopping mall. There were shootings at a San Bernardino office. Paris attacks. Regular civilians are getting killed in these things and I don't want to be one.

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How do I manage multiple jobs? | 4 steps
sean stewart | UNSTUMPED | Multi tasking/work/job/Career/time management/sanity/experience/balance

So I'm trying to pitch in and help a friend build a small business. I trust in his idea and I know we're a great team. The only thing standing in the way is this- I have a very busy schedule and not that much free time. My job sucks up a lot of energy.

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How can I find a career mentor? | 3 steps
Ramos Alvarez | UNSTUMPED | mentor/guidance/personal growth

I have a great network of friends and colleagues at work. I also get along very well with the bosses. What I would like to know is, how can I find someone, outside of my job, to kind of teach and guide me in my career? Someone who is further along the path I'm on.

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How to turn an accountant into a designer | 7 steps
Josue Cabrera | UNSTUMPED | career change/new skills

So I've been working in accounting at an e-commerce business for the past 4 years. It has allowed me to come into more contact with creatives, and their line of work has started to really appeal to me.

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How to make it to the next tax bracket as a designer | 3 steps
UNCofDuty | UNSTUMPED | rockstar/Career/risk-taking/reward/design

My income has been slowly increasing as time goes on, but I honestly don't want to wait forever to start making some serious money. I'm hungry for promotions, bigger contracts, and larger projects. As a designer, how do I give myself a boost in status in a relatively short period of time?

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How do I become a better reader? | 2 steps
Luke Olsen | UNSTUMPED | reading/laziness/ingenuity

It's lame to admit this, but I hate reading books and papers. It's so boring and I have no patience. I know people out there that love to read. What can I do to become more motivated to read?

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How do I express controversial ideas? | 4 steps
tommy beuvais | UNSTUMPED | controversy/communication/work/Ideas

I love wild stuff like World Star Hip Hop and other general crazyness. I work in a seemingly 'fun' environment, but how can I pivot my creative stance to something more edgy... and have people on board? What are some steps I can take to find support in really wild ideas?

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How to pretend to be busy? | 5 steps
AndreTM | UNSTUMPED | how not to get fired/productivity/misc

I know it sounds goofy, but hear me out. At my job, there are busy days and there are slow days. I don't want to get laid off for being unproductive... but at the same time, there is not much to do.

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How to create a network in a new field? | 5 steps
andyStrauman | UNSTUMPED | Networking/Career/Ideas

So I've been thinking about branching out some of my interests into something more serious. I have been a photographer for the majority of my career and I have slowly begun to entertain the idea of starting a small restaurant.

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How to stop making crucial mistakes at work? | 3 steps
James Willis | UNSTUMPED | Career/lifehack/Social Skills

I hate making mistakes at work, and most of the time it happens when I overlook something important. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, it sucks. Mistakes can be costly in many ways, and they make me feel incompetent. What can I do to be more confident in the integrity of my work?