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How To Make Your Winding Career Path Look Good To Employers

I’ve always adapted my work to my life instead of the other way around. As a lifelong learner with a desire to experience new things, my interest in many different areas has guided me from job to job.

Roadmap to Leaving Your Corporate Job: Product Design & Development

As a designer, designing and developing a product is the most crucial part of your business. Many designers struggle to create products that establish a sustainable demand among their customers.

3 Steps to Goal Attainment

Goal setting, goal clarification, goal oriented behaviors...I focus a lot on goals. I mean, everything we do is goal directed. If a person has no goal directed behaviors we worry about them.

What Not To Do During An Interview

When people think about changing jobs and careers, they put a lot of effort into their resumes and cover letters (and increasingly, their LinkedIn profiles), but don’t thoroughly prepare for interv...

The Road Not Taken: What If I Never Left Goldman Sachs?

Last month I turned 50, and when you mark a milestone like your 50th birthday, the celebrations are often accompanied by moments of reflection and introspection. I was no exception.

How Having a Sense of Mindfulness Can Have Huge Implications on Your Career

This is something I’ve been working on for awhile, and I’m fortunate to have friends, fellow coaches and clients in my life who spur me to make this a more front and center part of my life.

How to be a Successful Real Estate Agent

    Thirty years ago I surprised everyone, including myself, by becoming a successful real estate agent in San Francisco’s tough residential market during a recession, when inte...

Stop Worrying About the Gap In Your Resume

You may have been working for 15, 20, even 30 years. But then you stopped for a while. Maybe you left your job voluntarily, maybe not. Maybe you didn’t work for six months or six years.

Some Advice On Taking Advice (From Leadership Experts)

Looking for advice on honing your leadership style, making a career change, stress management, becoming a better manager or almost any other career-related topic? Your timing is perfect.

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Joi Gordon: Volunteering Your Way to A New Career

This article was originally featured on career2.0blog.net, an inspirational blog about women in professional transitionNot everyone is as lucky as Joi Gordon. She discovered early in her caree...

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7 Steps to Finding Your Professional Mission

7 Steps to Finding Your Professional Mission...

Does Your Manager Like People?

I've come to the conclusion that if managers were required to be people who really and truly like people as a whole, it would solve so many engagement issues.

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