Guiding Mid-career Professionals to Jobs They Love

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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Job search advice

“What am I doing wrong? Why won’t things work out?” My client’s job – a position she had been in for years and truly enjoyed – was being phased out. Suddenly and unexpectedly, she was looking for a new one. The moment she heard the news, she […]

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My Go-To Books for Managing Work & Life

It’s back-to-school time across the U.S. and that means the reality of the daily juggle of being a working parent is back in the forefront of many of our minds. As I looked at my desk the other day, I realized I have been reading (or re-reading) […]

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If You Can’t Leave Your Job, Start Loving It

progress

Many times throughout the course of our careers, we hit points where we no longer love the work we’re doing. Things feel stale and routine or we feel exhausted from doing work that drains us. If the timing isn’t right for a career change, we may feel […]

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Hitting the Reset Button – Getting Back on Track After a Setback

Reset

To say there was a collective skipping of a beat here in the Northeast this winter is an understatement. Record-breaking snow pummeled us for 5 weeks straight. We are at 108.6 inches and counting in Boston – the snowiest winter on record EVER. School and work were cancelled, […]

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When Fear Holds You Back

Have you heard the line, “Feel the fear and do it anyway”? Here’s some great advice from Leo Babauta who says to start looking at your fears like passing clouds.

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Finding Meaning in Your Work

perspective

If you are struggling to find happiness in your work, perhaps it’s time to dig a little deeper and uncover how you can shift your perspective.

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Am I the only one?

Being alone

Are you worried that you’re alone in your struggles? Do you worry about what’s wrong with you or if you’re human? Here’s a little re-assurance.

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The Busyness Factor: Do Goals and Satisfaction Suffer?

Busyness

Do you fall into the “busyness” trap or find that you like to wear the “Busyness Badge of Honor”? It feels good to be needed and to feel important, but this “need” may be costing you in other areas of your life.

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Learning Your Way to a New Career

When you feel trapped in a downward spiral, what can you do to turn things around?

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Appreciative Inquiry Turns the Tide of a Career

When something seems “broken” how can you change your perspective and get moving forward again?

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