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I Want To Help You Find Career Happiness

Happiness is a choice. The one thing that we can easily manage in our life is choices, because we are in control of every choice we make. Sometimes our choices don’t appear to be the best at first, but in the long run we will gain a learned experience at the very least. But happiness […]

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Passion: You Can’t Fake It

What makes a coach stand out from a dime a dozen? A lot of things. They can be experts in their field, bring tons of experience, be well connected and have great credentials. While these do make a positive impression and certainly have merit, imagine working with a coach who gets up in the morning […]

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The Year of a Mindful Career: Kiss the Earth

“Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.” –Thich Nhat Hanh When the founder of Mindfulness says to “kiss the Earth,” somehow it conjures up appreciation of a peaceful relationship with our surroundings. Just imagining this process seems somehow calming and uplifting. But what about at work? Do you feel like kissing […]

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Never Check Email in the Morning

There’s a widely circulated productivity book by Julie Morgenstern entitled Never Check E-Mail in the Morning and other unexpected strategies for making your work life work (Fireside, 2004). What I truly love about this book is that the author publicly launches the campaign I’ve been on for a long time—never check email in the morning. […]

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