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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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Getting the Most out of your College Career Services Division

Look in your closet. Go on. Look at that vintage poncho, pocket bike, abdominal toner or Frappuccino maker sitting there collecting dust. You bought it so why aren’t you using it?  The same applies to the career services assistance that you paid for while in college. Remember all those administrative fees that were part of […]


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Career Coaching For Employee Engagement

Did you know that a hiring a career coach can increase organizational productivity and profit? According to Forbes magazine, “Numerous studies have proved there’s a direct correlation between high impact coaching and performance improvement.” Much of my work week is spent inside organizations coaching team members on how to build career happiness. Though I’m hired to […]


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Disruptive or Destructive? Don’t Lose Sight of Professionalism

I recently listened to a “disrupting” speaker, whom I found insightful and thought-provoking. However, despite the riveting program, I couldn’t shake the tone of some of the attention-grabbing commentary. This expert in his field continuously insulted those in the helping profession. “Who needs a therapist?” he queried and “What the heck is a life coach, […]


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Employ Some Purely Positive Intentions

“Your entire life is what you have imagined it to be. Everything you have or don’t have, every situation and circumstance of your life is what you have imagined it to be. The problem is that many people imagine the worst! They’re turning the most wonderful tool against themselves.” – Rhonda Byrne A woman who […]


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Three Rules for Working Well Together

In a typical work environment, comprised of cubed work stations, a min-kitchen, shared facilities and limited resources, people can quickly grow surly when pressure elevates. Though conflicts may arise and personalities will clash, agreeing to disagree may be the best course of action. Good working relationships are not only important in reducing turnover and increasing […]


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