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Is “Love What You Do” Dead?

“If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” (Marc Anthony) I believe that, if you are going to do something for 40+ hours a week, you should love what you do. There has been … Continue reading

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How strong is your work game?

Perhaps it’s the olympic spirit taking hold of me, but I’ve been thinking about competition a lot lately. We all know that active job hunters are competing for jobs, but did you realize that career employees need to compete for their jobs, too? Continue reading

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Yes, You DO Have Work Experience (or 4 things you shouldn’t forget to put on your resume)

I work with a number of people who are “going back to work.” When they come to me, they are convinced that they are unemployable because they “haven’t been working.” I disagree. Continue reading

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Why do so many young leaders get it wrong?

Over the past decade, I have had the opportunity to coach a lot of emerging leaders. During those interactions, I have worked with my clients on foundational concepts (what do they want to accomplish, how do they want to be perceived, … Continue reading

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If someone says they know everything about marketing … RUN!

I attended a local meet-up for the Philadelphia chapter of the American Marketing Association.  We had folks from all levels of experience in all kinds of industries, and we had some great conversation about marketing ROI (how can you measure … Continue reading

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