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Career Coaching Unlocks Intelligence

In the movie Lucy, Scarlett Johansson’s character has the ability to unlock larger portions of her “brain power.” Using this unusual talent, she can accomplish amazing feats, save lives and protect nations. So why can’t we?  Why are we not able to unlock the vault of intelligence buried within us? Is the rate at which we are […]


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Tough Job Interview Question? Remember Your Three P’s

Everyone faces tough job interview questions now and again. But there are a few queries that provoke a little anxiety in even the most confident of applicants. Why? Because certain questions address topics better served by offering less detailed, and more positive responses. For example, when asked “who was your least favorite supervisor” or “what […]


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Career Coaching, Career Counseling or Career Consulting?

Is there really a difference and if so, which is right for you? To be really brief, coaches ask questions, counselors explore the “why” and consultants share expertise. Of course there is a little creative license here (no pun intended) but it’s pretty accurate. How would I know? Well, I’ve been all three. Though there […]


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Make Your Job Search Easy With An E-Resume

While you should always have a polished, results-infused resume that looks sharp for networking, applications and interviews, you should also create an electronic-friendly version, or E-Resume, to help you easily upload your data so that it slides nicely through Applicant Tracking Systems. Did you Know? As sited in an article in CNN, when an employer […]


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Goals: Go Big or Go Home!

Here’s an interesting fact. If you set goals that are too high or ambitious it can cause you to lose focus and gain weight.  Whoa, what? So, if I decide to run for president and I don’t make the ticket, then I better live at the gym? From a career coach who believes in going […]


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Get The Most Out Of Your Next Conference

Professional development is always important when growing your career. Still, it’s savvy to invest your time and money in a program where you’ll learn and apply what you’ve learned, while making valuable connections. Conferences hit all three of these goals. Unfortunately, many professionals liken conferences to a mini-vacation and don’t take advantage of this prime […]


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