Category Archives: Career Coaching Tips

Encourage Your Brain: I Am Contagious

https://youtu.be/V70b9SEQEHc I recently watched a TEDx talk by Vanessa Van Edwards called “You Are Contagious.” And she’s not talking about transmission of diseases—which is something we obviously need to be careful about these days. She talked about transmission of emotions. … Continue reading

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Encourage Your Brain: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

As we’re in the gift-giving season, I was reminded of the Kodak commercials that popularized the phrase “the gift that keeps on giving”—meaning something that invokes good feelings over time. I’m still working on a few items on my shopping … Continue reading

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Apply This Mindset When Strengths Go Rogue

There are two sides to strengths. On one hand, they create value, thus creating a gateway to being accepted, belonging, and being of value to others. But strengths can also have a dark side if they are over-used. Instead of … Continue reading

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Connection is Your Superpower

Our theme for the month is CONNECTION. Especially as many are still experiencing shelter-in-place conditions, or navigating the after-shocks of the pandemic and societal shifts. Like many of you, I sit alone in my home office many hours each day. … Continue reading

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