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  Got F.E.A.R.?
by Thomas J. Denham - Aug, 2011
Fear is the number one reason my clients do not achieve their goals. Whether it is fear of failure or fear of success, this psychological obstacle can cloud one’s judgment and cripple learning and growth. Fear can lead to procrastination and perfectionism which DO NOT serve you! Here our some of my thoughts on fear based on my professional experiences in my private practice. What is fear? Fear is a common and natural...
 
  How to Reinvest Yourself in the Workplace - Time for a Change
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Aug, 2011
The secret to a resilient life in our kind of world is in knowing how to recycle yourself, over and over, letting go of what is no longer you, taking on new strengths, and shaping new chapters for your life, guided by your own emerging vision." - Frederich Hudson, Pamela Me Lean I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients. We talked about her desire to reinvent herself, and why s...
 
  White Collar Professionals Unemployed for 1 Year or More: Investigating Your Job Options
by Ben Ruark - Aug, 2011
If not encountered already, at some point in a protracted unemployment interlude we're forced to decide whether continuing a search for the same/similar position previously held is going to succeed in the near-future; or whether we're on a treadmill-to-nowhere: that we've crossed over some invisible 'threshold of denial' - refusing to acknowledge the harsh reality that our profession's job market exercises exclusionary criteri...
 
  Conquering a phone interview
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2011
A terrifying pause, a screaming child, a continuous beeping from the other line. There seem to be so many ways that a phone interview can go wrong. But they’re unavoidable these days. Employers use them to weed through applicants and select potential hires for in-person interviews. I think that there is a way to do phone interviews well. It requires preparation and focus, but it’s possible. 1) Isolate yourself. Clear the ro...
 
  How to assess and select the best professional resume writer for you
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2011
If you’ve searched the Internet for a professional or executive resume writer lately, you’re bound to find endless choices. How do you decide who is the best writer for you? What criteria should you use in judging a writer’s abilities? And above all, who can you trust to get you into the job of your choice? To get the results you want (more interviews!) and maximize the ROI on your investment, look for a professional res...
 
  Winning at Working - Shades of Gray
by Nan S. Russell - Aug, 2011
A paperweight sits on my desk, etched in silver with the message: Life isn't always black and white. It serves as a reminder there are few absolutes at work (or in life). Yet, it would be easier if there were; if good ideas from bad, trustworthy people from non-trustworthy, and right paths from the wrong ones could easily be discerned. I've learned in twenty years in management that increasing one's perspective increases th...
 
  4 Big Reasons You Need a Résumé Overhaul
by Debra Wheatman - Aug, 2011
I recently completed a rush project for a client and I can tell you definitively that he regretted not having revamped his résumé sooner. My team worked a lot of overtime to create a stellar document. During the process, the client was nerve-racked; he was worried that we would run out of time for him to submit his résumé for a great opportunity. Had he updated his résumé sooner, he would have been able to appreciate the proc...
 
  5 Ways to Have More Fun at Work
by Lindsey Pollak - Aug, 2011
It’s no secret that “all work and no play” is a bad idea. But what if you could actually play more at work? Wouldn’t that be the best of both worlds? According to guru Dale Carnegie, fun is not just pleasurable, it’s actually essential for career success: “People rarely succeed,” he once said, “unless they have fun in what they are doing.” While every minute of every day can’t necessarily be a blast, I wholeheartedly agree...
 
  Brand Yourself 'New and Improved' for Career Success
by Debra Wheatman - Aug, 2011
By nature human beings like to experience new things; but most of us also have a need to maintain the status quo. To attract the attention of hiring managers who may already know you, but have overlooked you in the past, you will need to step up your professional brand. There is no need to totally reinvent yourself. The fact that you are a known entity can and should be used to your advantage. The trick lies in how to conve...
 
  Don’t Stop Believin’. Embrace the Journey. | A Career Long-View
by Dawn Lennon - Aug, 2011
Bosses have employee issues. Employees have boss issues. Coworkers have peer issues. Isn’t working together supposed to be easy? We often set ourselves up for the people problems we face. When we fail to set boundaries that keep out unwanted coworker behaviors, we pay a price. Ominous signs People problems generally sneak up on us. One day we realize we’re caught in a cycle we don’t like—one that’s interfering with...
 
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