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  Visualizing a “New You” is Essential to Changing Careers
by Norine Dagliano - Feb, 2012
One of the more difficult hurdles to surmount when making a career change is to begin thinking and talking about you in a new way. When we have been in a role for a very long time, we have an ingrained way of thinking, communicating and acting that reflects this. If you want your prospective employer to see you play the part for which you are “auditioning,” it is essential that you take on the persona of that “character”....
 
  How To Make Yourself Three Times More Likely to Get Hired
by Arthur Frank - Jan, 2012
Research done by the executive search industry has shown that the first person interviewed gets the job only 17.6 percent of the time. But the last person interviewed is hired almost 56 percent of the time, or more than three times more frequently. The reason: As in most human endeavors, people are wary of accepting the first choice offered. Therefore, do what you can to position yourself among the last candidates intervie...
 
  How to steer your own career and find a job in the new economy
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2012
Steering your own career, getting a new job — or what I like to call “driving your own career bus” is more important today than ever. Everyone needs to maintain responsibility for his or her own success, and that includes keeping an eye out for larger trends and signs and signals of change at a current employer. Burying your head in the sand and ignoring the writing on the wall when your company falls out of favor in the marke...
 
  3 Ways to Grow Your Future-Focus
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion – How do you as a leader grow your future-focus? I was mesmerized by Steve Job’s biography. I was fascinated by his focus and passion. Mr. Job’s complex personality motivated him to achieve greatness. Steve Job’s creativity and genius for creating products that invent the future is so inspiring. Oh Wow! My executive coaching clients and I frequently have conversations about creativity and innovat...
 
  GO BEYOND YOUR CONDITIONING AND LIVE YOUR DREAM
by Claudia Bayr - Jan, 2012
As a holistic energy educator, I understand the importance that energy plays in life. I can recognize energy patterns in people in the way they talk, walk, look, and express themselves. Einstein’s quote about life is, “There is nothing but energy.” Our thoughts, e-motions, and our physical bodies are all energy in motion. These are four energy principles, that I apply in my coaching to explain the transformation process t...
 
  Work smarter not harder – A great example of how to do this
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
I was working with my client Seth this week. He came to our career coaching call very excited with the progress he had made. I wanted to share this quick tip with you: Seth is a high performing individual. He sets high goals for himself and is constantly thinking of new ideas for his work at a custom software outsourcing firm in North Carolina. He would blast into his office in the morning excited to go to work, and at the...
 
  11 Alternative Spring Break Websites that College Students Should Explore
by Marcia Robinson - Jan, 2012
An Alternative Spring Break is a way for college students to spend their spring break doing less partying and more volunteering in programs that impact real lives. According to the IERC Education Foundation, as of November 2011, American students are reported to be participating in study abroad at the following rates: Whites 78.7%, Latinos 6.4% and Blacks 4.7%. Planning an alternative spring break experience is one way to trav...
 
  12 Steps to Setting Career Goals You Can Reach This Year
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
Setting career goals consists of identifying clear objectives plus the steps needed to achieve them. The main reason people do not achieve ambitions is that they don’t set any. If you go to work on your goals, your goals will go to work on you. If you go to work on your plan, your plan will go to work on you. Whatever good things we build end up building us. -Jim Rohn To start, use the following 12 steps to focus you...
 
  6 Ways to Rebuild Your Confidence at Work
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
We all lose our mojo sometimes On our best days, we believe in ourselves and are sure that we will succeed at whatever work tasks and projects are in front of us. Unfortunately we all face periods when our level of self-confidence fluctuates as we are faced with challenges and roadblocks. However, we have the power to rebuild your self-confidence and get your brilliance back! Parents encourage young children to believe...
 
  Advice for Choosing a Mentor to Help Grow Your Career
by Tai Goodwin - Jan, 2012
Having a mentor can make it easier to succeed in work or in life. Knowing how to choose a mentor can ensure that you make the most of this beneficial relationship. Here are some fundamental attributes to look for in an advisor, and a step-by-step guide to finding the right one for you. Traits to Look for In a Mentor: 1. Focus on integrity. Look for someone whom you consider to be a good role model. You want an advisor...
 
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