Month: August 2014

  • Drama is Alive and Well on Facebook

      Sometimes, we have to “cut the fat.” Success teachers of every kind will advise you to eliminate negative people from your life, though they recognize that it’s not so easy to do.   “You cannot expect to live a positive life if you hang with negative people.” ― Joel Osteen   “Rich people associate […]

  • 5 of the Craziest Ways People Found Jobs

      Creativity and passion are important in distinguishing yourself while searching for your career or making a transition, but some job seekers take theirs to epic levels. While many insist on stating in their résumés and profiles that they are creative, innovative, think out of the box, etc., there are some job search heroes out […]

  • How Fear Limits Careers

    Has the term “what if?” ever ruled your decision making? Have you ever settled for safe and predictable in your professional life so you can avoid a fear of the unknown?   Fear is a powerful emotion. It can eat away at all rational thought and positive energy until all you’re left with is raw […]

  • Top 5 things I’ve learned from my clients

    You can probably imagine how many secrets a résumé writer and career coach can learn while they are working intimately with professionals at various levels. While, I do learn quite a bit of confidential information about companies, employees, I’m not inclined to share that. Consider, however, how much I get to learn about corporate success […]