Making Career Decisions from Your Highest Self vs. Ego
Ego-driven career decisions are a top reason why some people are successful yet unfulfilled. Once we take a road in life, we can never really know for certain where the other road may have led. What would we learn if we could see? Perhaps some things would be better and some things would be worse. […]
How to Prepare for A Possible Recession
Despite the GDP contracting two quarters in a row, which usually means we’re in a recession, unemployment is at 3.6% and consistent job growth means the economy is continuing to improve. Inflation is hitting everyone in the pocket, leading the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, yet housing prices are expected to continue rising, just […]
The Differences Between Therapists, Coaches, and Consultants—and How to Know Which One You Need
Watch the replay. We had a valuable discussion on Improving Access to Resources and Opportunity.
What a Recent Trend in Careering Has to Do With My Intuition Journey
This year I have embarked on an introspective energetic and spiritual journey. My coach this year is very unlike the business coaches I have had in the past, and the program in which I am immersed will strengthen my own ability to make intuitive, powerful decisions for my business, to consult with greater wisdom, and […]
The Dangers of the “Average of 5” Rule
Science has backed up Jim Rohn’s theory that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the downsides to strictly abiding to the law of averages and how to avoid them in your life.
Being In The Friend Zone As A Manager: Strategies To Help You In 10 Sticky Situations
Making friends at work has been proven to have many benefits. But as a manager, how do you handle sticky situations when it comes to your workplace friendships?
When A New Guy Gets Your Promotion
Many professionals come to me to help them move up or out after their company hired a new guy for the position that they felt was their next move upward.
If Your Company is Doing Career Development To Increase Engagement This Way, It Will Fail
Career Development as a tactic to increase engagement theoretically works because: We know that the #1 reason people quit is lack of growth opportunity And we know the main reason they leave a job for a new job is better growth opportunity It is an expression of caring on behalf of executive leadership that […]
The Best Habits To Start Today To Turbo Boost Your Career Growth
When I was teaching business students career management and professional development at Drexel University, a 1-credit course that they were required to pass in order to graduate, there were questions as to the relevance of the class by certain students who had jobs already or planned to start their own businesses. They were not just […]