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Are you stuck in a dead end career or are you trying to grow in your career? If so this is the place for you. View our secret tips to find the perfect career and grow fast within it.

The best personality type game I’ve ever played

Last week I announced that I’m discounting my coaching sessions from $350 to $150. I have never discounted sessions in the ten years that I’ve been coaching, but I decided to do it because I need to stick to a sleeping schedule and I thought if I schedule coaching calls to wake up and go...

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I finally found the secret to waking up early

Now that I am finally writing again, I’m so excited to tell you what’s been happening. And I have all these pictures I took, thinking, this will be good for the blog. But then I didn’t write anything. You can’t get stuff done if you don’t plan an exact time of day you’re going to...

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Are you having a break or a breakdown?

So often in my life I have felt like I’m failing when I’ve actually been taking a break. After college I had various odd jobs and every night I read books. I read a book a night for a while. I used to ignore that part of my story — glossing over it and skipping...

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An ode to my top commenter

For a while, when I was pregnant and blogs were still new, I was the top commenter on my blog. And of course, every post I write is sort of an ode to me, or at least an ode to the current diatribe-colored glasses I’m wearing. So there was no need for a shout-out. Then...

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How to cope with the need for external validation

The reason I’m not homeless after basically taking a year off from writing is that I have been doing a lot of coaching. I say career coaching, but honestly, no one over 30 has a career problem. All problems that look like career problems are really something else. But the only coaching most people can justify...

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The Art of Making Small Talk to Improve Networking Success

For some people the prospect of networking is akin to going to…

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My fascination with resilience starts with 9/11

After the World Trade Center fell, those of us who were there were divided into therapy groups. Sorted by trauma. People who lost a parent in one group. People who escaped down a stairwell in another group. I was in the group of people who got hit by flying body parts. The first thing I noticed...

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5 Ways to Make National Boss/Employee Exchange Day a Success

National Boss/Employee Exchange Day is right around the corner, scheduled for the…

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4 and 1/2 Things to Consider When Joining the Gig Economy

New research by Intuit and Emergent found there are now 4 million…

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The 4 Most Important Interview Skills

Looking for a job can be one of the most stressful, and…

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