Readiness is a funny thing, especially as it relates to change. People will readily say they want change, but are they really ready? Wanting something to change whether it be in your life or career is very different from being ready. People will tell me they want their careers and ultimately their life to change for the better, whether […]
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I am often in awe of the sharpness, experience and business acumen of my executive clients. Regardless of the circumstances that led to their transition it is easy to how they garnered the respect of their colleagues while working.
After almost 20 years working with professionals in transition I am equally amazed at how quickly they seem […]
It never fails, when the calendar turns over into a new year general optimism is at its prime. Most people are optimistic or at least hopeful that this new year will be better than the last. They vow to be fitter, trimmer, more organized and more financially responsible and hands down happier in their jobs and […]
Job seekers become excessively focused on “checking all the boxes” before applying for any job, making sure they meet each and every job requirement and qualification, it almost becomes an obsession. Frustration builds as they come up against what they call the “purple squirrel” which is a combination of job requirements that no true mortal could possibly […]
It continues to amaze me how quickly time flies in the second half of our lives as recollection of events are in decades not just years, and how slowly it goes on the front half of life as things like – obtaining a driver’s license, being old enough to… (date, drink, vote, ?), waiting to […]