Looking back at your career, no matter how long or short it may be….

August 18, 2010 | Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

…what are the two things you’d do differently knowing what you know now, and what are the two things you are so glad you did just the way you did them? Of course, we’re talking 20/20 hindsight, but still…indulge me, would you? : )

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So far, what’s been the best piece of job search advice you’ve ever received?

August 5, 2010 | Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

And why?

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Do you see signs of economic recovery in your industry or field?

July 28, 2010 | Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

If so, what do you see – and what industry are you in?

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When it comes to your job or career transition…..

July 21, 2010 | Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

What do you find the most challenging?  And what do you find the easiest?

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Which two job or career transition activities do you spend the most time on? Be specific!

July 7, 2010 | Career,career change,job searching | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

Instead of an article, this week I have a question for you… “Which two job or career transition activities do you spend the most time on? Be specific!”

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Are These Personal Patterns Sabotaging Your Job or Career Transition?

Here’s something interesting: the way you respond to specific situations tends to be the way you respond across the board. This is nothing mysterious; it simply reveals some of our character traits underlying our behavior. The goal here is to be aware of your behavior patterns during your career transition. For example: if some of […]

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When is Enough, Enough?

June 9, 2010 | blog,Career,dream life,Uncategorized | Tags: , | Written by: admin

Remember those flashy Rolexes and Ferraris everywhere you looked … back in the 80s? And during the dot com hay days? Recently…not so much, right? Seems people are appropriately turning it down during this recession. Because, make no mistake about it – the money is still there. It hasn’t miraculously evaporated. The rich are still […]

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Renaissance Rehab™

You heard me. “Renaissance Rehab™.” It’s my process I use for renaissance personalities who just found out that’s what they are and who have been struggling to create a life (and career) that fits their unique persona. Let me explain.. For starters: it’s about being ok with yourself. Very basic, but pivotal. Next, it’s about […]

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You: The Brand – Using Wardrobe & Image to Get the Job in a Hyper-Visual, Hyper-Competitive World.

This week’s guest blog is by Dena A. Lorenzi (@faithinfashion on twitter) who is blending job search and fashion advice in this great overview of how your personal – visual – image plays into your job transition success. A great read! You: The Brand – Using Wardrobe & Image to Get the Job in a […]

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Sharing My Personal “Near Gaffe/False Assumption Story” … Could This Be You?

March 31, 2010 | assumption,Career,career change,resume writing | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

The problem with limiting beliefs and false assumptions, of course, is that it’s pretty plausible you’re not aware of them. You think you are looking at facts. False Assumptions vs. Limiting Beliefs With the help of a coach or some insightful books, you can identify limiting beliefs. What tends to not be so easy is […]

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