It’s the week of Thanksgiving here in the US. In cities across the US, many of us are celebrating our gratitude for family, friends, uplifting colleagues (notice how I said uplifting), and/or gracious clients. Continue reading
It’s the question that everyone dreads — “What’s Your Greatest Weakness?” But what if the interviewer never mentions the word, “weakness?” There are numerous methods an interviewer can and will use to discover your professional shortcomings.
Whatever form it takes, you want to be ready to recognize and answer the question in a way that eases the interviewer’s concerns and positions you as the ideal candidate for the role. Continue reading
It’s been five Sundays since the launch of the Sunday challenges. Throughout our time together you have been dared to: Continue reading
Last week I asked you to “ask for more.”
The rationale behind that dare was three-fold, to get you to:
- Think through what you might need more of to live a more manageable life
- Identify who holds the power in giving you this need
- Persuade that decision-maker in a way that focuses on their needs
Ten years ago, the blogosphere seemed like a place for those looking to write about an interest outside of their jobs. Today, there are thousands of blogs covering a wide variety of topics, from recreational to career-focused. The spectrum of content is vast and ever-growing.
So, why blog? Continue reading
How did last week go? Did you complete Dare #2? Or did you try your own dare?
I spent last week asking folks about my newsletters and blogs. The 4 things that I learned where:
- You get a crapload of emails so career guidance from different sources blends together
- You want to receive relevant content that includes stories that align with your experiences Continue reading
There are 52 Sundays in 2014.
13 are left INCLUDING today.
That means you had 39 chances to reset your circumstances.
So, how did you net out?
In case you just joined us, I am on a mission to change the Sunday Blues by focusing on Sunday To Do’s! Continue reading