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The Year of a Mindful Career: I Want Your Life

Envy is one of the seven deadliest sins and it’s also a huge motivator. So is it good or bad? I guess it’s how you look at it. When you desire to be someone else, that’s a problem. It’s moving further away from mindfully appreciating your gifts and your presence. But when you have an […]

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Is Age a Factor or an Excuse?

Age is relative. Unless you have “age sensitivity.” If you really want to advance your career at the age of 21 or 85, then good for you! You will be an inspiration! People like doers at any age and it inspires doing in others. But if we become sensitive about age (young or old) it […]

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Do You Have the Title or the Talent?

You might answer “both.” That’s fantastic. But more often than not there are people who hide lack of talent behind their title. Know anyone like this? At first, it may not be their fault. Perhaps they were in the right place when the organization desperately needed to fill a leadership role. But then what? If […]

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Instagram for Career Happiness and Career Advancement

Let’s face it. We love pictures. That’s what Instagram is all about. So how can we use it to create career happiness? Well, for happiness, I’ve added an Instagram account where you’ll find uplifting verses, fun snapshots, career quotes and blog images. Happiness for the eye, humor for the heart and hopefully a little inspiration […]

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Advance Your Career By Following Through

Tweet. Text. Emoji. We don’t even have to pick up the phone anymore. So why is it so difficult for everyone to return messages, follow up or follow through? One thing that probably makes the biggest impact on career advancement is following through. This can mean many things, but in career language, it’s all about effort—touching base […]

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Year of a Mindful Career: Well-Rested

If I asked you how you were, you’d probably respond “tired.” It’s been a busy year and no doubt the holidays have taken their toll on your energy level. Simply put, we are doing way more than we need to but somehow can’t seem to say “No.” Regardless of the schedule you choose to pursue, […]

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Year of a Mindful Career: Develop Positive Addictions

The only thing worth getting hooked on is positivity. The New Year is a great time to develop a positive addiction, beginning with shedding the negativity in your life. Here are a few things to consider changing:   Communicate in positive tones. If you’re hurt or fearful, making someone else feel poorly only makes the […]

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