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Pout When You Feel Like It. Then Move On, Man!

There’s something cathartic about a pout once in a while. But when it rolls over into negatively impacting your career, relationships and productivity, it’s no longer “cute.” Sometimes we pout, but we don’t admit we’re pouting. We just feel anger and disappointment and we stop moving forward because “the world’s against us!” Or what we’ve […]


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Become an A-Lister

What does this mean exactly and who decides whether you’re an A-Lister or not? Recently, I spoke with another coach who told me that he only services “A-List” clients. I thought about this for quite a while, wondering what exactly that meant. Sure, I know whom media claims are A-Listers, but how do they determine […]


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Get What You Deserve: Money and Happiness

Why do we feel there needs to be choice between money or happiness? Why do we feel guilty expecting one or the other or both? The truth is, there are many people out there (and I hope you’re one of them) who have successfully achieved both money and happiness. Yes, the interpretation of what “achievement” […]


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Snap Out Of It!

If you’ve ever seen the movie Moonstruck, then you know the impact of the exchange between actors Cher and Nicolas Cage. Just like Cage’s character, we can easily get drawn down by the world of problems revolving around us, especially those impacting us personally. This is life. And while we will all face our share […]


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Be Career Courageous

Everyone is courageous. We just act on it differently and at different times in our days and our lives. Therefore it’s highly subjective. Still we do have courage we can choose to invoke whenever we want and when we don’t that’s okay too, as long as we’re satisfied with that choice. Remember, it’s our choice. […]


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Overcome Job Search Frustration

Imagine running a marathon. You train for months and put all your mind and body efforts into achieving this goal. Finally, you’re ready to go with your plan for success and when the gun goes off, you’re on your way. But after three quarters of the way through you don’t see the finish line, you become frustrated and suddenly decide […]


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