Learning to Master the Art of Your Career

It doesn’t matter what you do for a living — whether you work in medicine or retail, law or construction, software engineering or writing — there’s an art and science to every career. Each profession has its scientific aspects, those more mechanical facets, rules, and methods you must know to succeed. Yet no matter how dry, straightforward, or technical, these professions also have creative qualities that foster critical thinking.

Preparing for a Layoff

We have incredible respect for people who are dealing with the possibility of a layoff. Facing the loss of a role that provides a great deal of your identity as well as the means for living, can be very challenging. THERE ARE SEVERAL THINGS YOU CAN DO IN THE FACE OF A POSSIBLE LAYOFF Get support

Trends for Every Salesperson

Every profession goes through changes, especially sales. A certain sales technique may have worked in the past, but that doesn’t mean it’ll work today. To be a top-performing salesperson today and in the future, you must continuously adapt to both market and social conditions. There are several new business trends taking place—all of which affect

Your Dream Job

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During some personally difficult times, clients and colleagues will often ask, “Why do you do this work?” They are puzzled that we would choose to put ourselves in the middle of the messiness and pain that people experience in their lives and work. We do this work because we know that when people matter to

How to handle a rejection after an interview

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You are as skilled as anybody else but not in terms of qualifications. Be prepared to compete with many talented and experienced people. You should be confident enough to adjust your expectations and modify your skills as necessary.

3 LITTLE KNOWN TIPS: HOW TO UNCLICK YOUR LIFE’S PAUSE BUTTON AND GET MOVING

FRUSTRATED AND FEELING STUCK IN WORK AND/OR LIFE I coached a woman named Tonya, who was having a tough time at work. She was feeling frustrated after a promised promotion ended with someone else getting the job. This was the final straw in a haystack of broken promises prompting her to look elsewhere for opportunity. Unfortunately,

The “SALARY QUESTION” During Interviews…

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[WARNING]: Consider this advice only if you are in a position to choose an employer. If not, please PM me, I have an alternative approach. I feel strongly about this part of the interview process and I personally think interviewers or other people, apart from our spouses or parents or tax bureau, have no right
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