Tag Archives: Job Change

Directing your career: 6 things you need to know about yourself

If you are not defining what you want to do next then, when things get bad, there is a temptation to take whatever presents itself (the default). This might result in something better; more often than not, it results in a different kind of bad. Quite simply: if you do not define a goal to run TOWARD, then you are just running AWAY … blindly. 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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7 Secrets to Making Job Changes Easier

When you talk to someone about making career changes, you typically get one of two responses:  avoidance or excitement.  I don’t think anyone is on the fence when it comes to making changes that effect their primary income source, but … Continue reading

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