Tag: T. Harv Eker

  • Where Else Do You Experience Limits, and What More Can I Do?

    It is said that how you do one thing is how you do everything. I first heard this from T Harv Eker. I personally have found many exceptions to this rule in terms of “everything”, but this insight has proven helpful in helping my clients. For instance, if a client had yet to reach their […]

  • 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 […]

  • Is It Okay to Cheat On Your Career with Other Careers?

      The promise of a single steady job for life is largely a relic of the past. Not many large companies provide steady employment and constant salary increases until retirement. The only way to gain job security is to generate it for yourself. Careers are not necessarily like soul mates. Having multiple careers is not […]

  • According to Science, Your Next Job Just Got 2 Degrees Closer

    Thanks, Facebook! In 1961, Stanley Milgram, a psychologist determined that we are connected to anyone on earth by just six degrees by conducting several experiments to examine the average path length for the (non-virtual) social networks of people in the United States. The project was coined the “small-world experiment.” In the experiment, Milgram sent letters […]

  • Having Trouble Promoting Yourself? Try an Alter-Ego to Land a Job

    Chuck Lorre is a television producer who struck gold as the writer and creator of Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men. Despite his overwhelming career success, the 62-year-old producer suffers from “imposter syndrome,” a psychological phenomenon where people are unable to internalize their accomplishments. In a 2012 interview on NPR’s Morning Edition, […]

  • 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 […]

  • Drama is Alive and Well on Facebook

      Sometimes, we have to “cut the fat.” Success teachers of every kind will advise you to eliminate negative people from your life, though they recognize that it’s not so easy to do.   “You cannot expect to live a positive life if you hang with negative people.” ― Joel Osteen   “Rich people associate […]

  • 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 […]

  • Why some people never get ahead

    I found an excerpt this week that I wanted to share because I so often run into hesitancy among job seekers to portray their value at the level that is necessary to inspire their network to make powerful introductions and entice employers to make optimal job offers. While I certainly relate to the inclination to […]