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Start Earning More Now

Okay, you thought about hiring a career coach last year but time, or the idea of investing in yourself, got in the way. Let’s say that day was back in October. If it was, then you’ve already left months of income on the table. Every day that you don’t make that change to start earning […]


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Why Chicago is Great For Career Perspective

I loved living in Chicago. It’s a great city. I have many clients in Chicago and they would agree that while there’s always something to do and something new, it’s also a great city for career perspective. You don’t need to live there to take advantage of all that it can afford your career. We […]


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Are You Attracting Career Opportunities?

I want to be clear in how I use the phrase opportunity attraction. I’m not encouraging (or setting you up for) being over worked and underpaid. Often when people feel they are taking on more opportunities it can translate to demands on their time. Rather, my hope is that people will seek you out for […]


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Are You A “High-Potential?”

Future leaders of America, I’m talking to you! This is your chance to step up and be seen and yes, be tagged as a “high-potential.” This status doesn’t evolve by chance, but rather by your efforts, successes, reputation and value. The Corporate Leadership Council found that 75% of companies in the U.S. see “the development […]


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Are You In The Right Career?

Sometimes life moves quicker than we’d expected and next thing you know, a career is more like a job—something that simply pays the bills. Too often the idea of career change is abandoned because of the fear of change or the perceived risks involved in the change. Yes, those are exponentially diminished in coaching. Still, […]


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Career Advantages to Being a Good Listener

Listening is all about making a conscious effort to be wholly present when someone is talking. This means shutting down technology, avoiding multitasking and dismissing distractions. Research indicates that the average person listens for only 17 seconds before interrupting and interjecting or thinking about what to say next. If you think this isn’t obvious to […]


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