Tag: john assaraf

  • We Are All Messengers; What Kind of Messenger Are You?

    Part 8 in the MindValley Reunion=Mind Blown series, which continues next week While Vishen Lakhiani, founder of MindValley, challenged us to think and act in ways that are humanity+ versus humanity-, including choosing to start, run and/or work only for humanity+ corporations, our Sunday at the MindValley Reunion held in San Diego in August started […]

  • Pay Attention: 7-Day Challenge to Find Out Who is REALLY in Control of Your Career Decisions

      The simple answer is that you are in control of your career decisions, but it does not always feel like that. You may be one of the people who feel stuck where you are, with little time to tend to a job search, and feel like you are victim to someone else’s whims, waiting […]

  • My Best Year Yet: The Top 3 People, Authors and Coaches Who Made It So

      2016 has truly been a spectacular year for my personal and my professional life. I definitely give praise to God, especially because the family members whose health had caused grave concerns in the past all seem to have made tremendous recoveries. As I reflect on this year, I want to give praise to the […]

  • You’re Not Really Fooling Anyone with Positive Thinking

    Every single person has encountered an obstacle while pursuing a goal, be it changing jobs, starting a company, selling a home, retiring, and on and on. What do you do when that obstacle is staring you down?  Do you freeze in fear, then come down on yourself for procrastinating? Do you resign that the obstacle […]

  • Kick butt in your job search – hike with me!

    Can kicking butt in a workout help kick start your job search? We often find ourselves at a creative peak while we are giving our bodies a moderate workout. Recently, a client of mine was following popular advice: incorporating stress-relieving physical activities into a job seeking regimen. I realized I would have much rather had […]

  • Did the shift hit the fan?

    I was surprised at some of the backlash from my last blog. For the most part, actually, the feedback was positive. Engagement, via comments and social media invitations, was quite high. However, because some of the negative feedback came from folks I know, I felt it more. It was almost as if people read the article […]

  • Top 5 Secret Weapons in Mission-driven Careering

    “You may be right. I may be crazy. But it just may be a lunatic you’re looking for.” ~ Billy Joel   The fall is coming, and that means that my freedom will soon be limited. Soon my husband’s busy work season and his swim season will start simultaneously, leaving me once again to feel […]