Month: June 2017

  • Step 2 to Career Happiness

      Some people grow up believing that they can do anything. Some people have parents that reinforce this belief. When you grow up under these conditions, you develop a very friendly perception of the world. You perceive very few limits and are attuned to identifying and leveraging resources to achieve goals. You are apt to try things […]

  • Get in the Game

      Was it hard to tell this Monday from any other Monday at work? Can you remember the last time you felt triumphant at work? Has it been more than three years since your last big professional growth spurt? Your answers may reveal that you have been coasting. Sometimes we need to coast, like when […]

  • Celebrating 11 Years

    Ten years is usually the big milestone, and it was, but 11 is my lucky number and the year that I had been most excited to reach – a second decade in business to celebrate. Rather, what is more worthy of celebration are the people I have met, engaged, helped, supported and been supported by. […]

  • What Career Did You Decide Was “Too Hard to Break Into?”

      This week I just wanted to share a brief notice about a trend that is way too prevalent. People decide that their dream career is unobtainable. Just because– not because they did the research, crunched the numbers, interviewed people in that job to see how they got there, or even checked the LinkedIn profiles […]