Category Archives: Career Coaching Tips

Are We Having Fun Yet?

What comes to mind for you when you think of Fun? Off the top of my head, I think of: A lovely cocktail of neurochemicals is released when we’re having fun—neurochemicals such as dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin.  The flow of these … Continue reading

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Rest: What It Secretly Says About Your Perspective on Life​

For years, I operated in high gear, busy-mode, proudly wearing my “busy badge.” Like a martyr, I would tell others about my 80-hour workweeks and how much I accomplished from day to day. Maybe it’s the plethora of articles available … Continue reading

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Interview Openings? Or Interview Opportunities?

If you’re working with clients who are in job search mode, they’ll want to be sure to have enough interviews in their pipeline! More interviews mean more options. Too often, people in career transition pin all their hopes on just … Continue reading

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Create! No Creativity Required

For years, I struggled with the word “creativity.” I thought it was reserved for artists or actors or interior designers. I also felt “less-than” when it came time to express my vision for the companies I owned or the projects … Continue reading

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