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Do you want to be employed or do you want to be the employer? Starting a business is not the right path for everyone. Deciding whether to remain in a job or build a business should be done with less emotion and a lot of thinking. Giving up the security of a full-time job to start your own business is a very risky move. But whatever decision you make, you’ve got to do what you’re passionate about. Many women I speak with have dreams of building a business but just see no way it could … [Read More...]
OK, I admit it. I will tell you a secret just between you and I.....I stayed in a job I hated for many, many years because I had a good salary and health benefits and a mortgage and other bills to pay. I dreaded walking into the doors of the office to a job that didn’t fit who I really was. I share a lot on this blog about how to find a job you love and I hope that you have found it helpful. But for most of you, there is an amount of time where you have to stay in a job you might hate … [Read More...]
When I was younger, I had dreams of moving to New York City or even moving to Europe to work. But the one thing that always held me back was not having a job. I often speak with women who have dreams of moving to another city, but don't think it is possible because they wouldn't be able to find a job there. It is true that it is a lot harder to find a job in a city you don't live in but it can be done! The one thing you have to be aware of (and you probably already know) is that when an … [Read More...]
Many high-achieving females tend to believe that they are not as intelligent as other people think. Meaning they felt like impostors or someone’s going to find them out! Women are worried about making mistakes. Whereas, men don’t worry because they feel they are entitled to make a mistake every once in awhile. The impostor phenomenon in high achieving women was actually studied by psychologists who found that women have a pattern of dismissing accomplishments and believing that their … [Read More...]
Today's post was written by A. Harrison Barnes, the founder and CEO of The Employment Research Institute, a company of more than 150 job search websites, recruiting firms, online employment news magazines and various job search companies. In today’s high-tech world, it is important for everyone to manage their online reputation, especially when you are trying to find a job. Whether you are right out of college, or a 15-year veteran of the workforce, a bad online reputation can hinder your … [Read More...]
Last week I had the extreme honor to keynote at the Global Leadership Forum at Estação Business School in Curitiba, Brazil. I knew this would be a trip of a lifetime so I did my best to document the trip as much as possible on my Facebook page. Here's a recap! Such sweet well wishes from you all on Facebook! THANK YOU for the 28 comments and positive thoughts!! It meant the world to me! Such a thoughtful gift from our Brazilian hosts - a photographer to capture the memories of our once … [Read More...]
Today we are giving away the book, THE EXECUTIVE CHECKLIST: A Guide for Setting Direction and Managing Change, by James M. Kerr to 3 lucky readers! Today’s economy is rapidly shifting and extremely complex. As we enter this new commercial age, a global restructuring of the business world is underway. We must respond to this change by re-imagining our organizations’ structures, enhancing product and service offerings, and leveraging emerging technological capabilities in order to keep our … [Read More...]
This post was written by Michael Davis. He is internationally certified as a Master Career Development Professional (MCDP) and has been recognized as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). You can check out his site at ResumeSamples.net. An increasing number of people are now willing to take the risk and switch careers even after becoming successful in their previous field. This indicates a job market that is more willing to accept mid-level career changers, but one of the biggest … [Read More...]
We all know that job searching can eat up a lot of time. First, you have to find a job to apply to. Then, you have to complete those awful applications that make you include so much information that no one even cares about. I know firsthand that finding a career you love with a very busy schedule can work, you just have to use your time wisely and efficiently. Here's 3 job search strategies to use if you are short on time: #1: Target Your Ideal Career Take out a piece of paper. … [Read More...]
I am super excited to help a group of ambitious and motivated women figure out their passion and turn it into a career they love in the next 90 days. I am overwhelmed by the response because SO MANY of you have already signed up for my 90-Day Love Your Career Formula! We have received such a great response so far and have only a few more spots available. The early bird special (the $100 discount!) ends TONIGHT at midnight PST so if you haven’t jumped onboard yet, today is the day! … [Read More...]