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Follow Your “Life Code”

“Negative and exploitive people are obstacles to your success, happiness, security, and peace of mind.” So true. This statement comes at the beginning of Dr. Phil McGraw’s guide to helping us navigate this crazy journey we call life. His book, Life Code, is packed with direct and honest truths about how we fool ourselves into […]


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Manage Multiple Job Offers

What a great position to be in. More than likely you’ve been there and will be there again, especially if you’re positioning yourself for opportunities and handling your job search like the professional that you are. So now that you’re juggling a few offers, I recommend answering the following questions to help you decide which […]


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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?“When an employer asks you to submit your application materials via […]


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Position Yourself for Opportunity Attraction

As we work together in coaching, I want you to evolve. I want all of my clients to not only be ready to achieve their most important goals but also to have the tools to step beyond what they believe is possible. In our work, we explore how your career portfolio should be designed around […]


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Make Your Career Dream A Reality

Those who pursue what interests them and what they are passionate about are envied by all! This could be you, of course, but it’s not about being envied. It’s about being happy and doing what makes you feel fulfilled. This doesn’t have to mean starting over. It could mean taking your dream and reconstructing it […]


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Don’t Live Someone Else’s Career Dream

John always had a passion for art, but thanks to his parents was encouraged to get his business degree and become a banker like his father. Though John is doing well financially in his profession and has provided his family with benefits and the security of a solid savings and retirement account, John feels little […]


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