Guiding Mid-career Professionals to Jobs They Love

Posts Tagged Strengths

Myth Debunked: You Can’t Be Anything You Want When You Grow Up

Myth Debunked

“You can be whatever you want when you grow up.” I can still hear my parents‘ voices echoing in my head from as far back as I can remember. Honestly, it’s this promise that drew me over 20 years ago to my career, first as a recruiter […]

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How to Make a Bold Move in your Career and Life

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There’s something in the air. All around me clients and friends are making bold career and life changes. Person after person is telling how good it feels to shed the weight of a job that wasn’t meaningful or aligned with their strengths or values. They are saying […]

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

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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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Action Creates Unexpected Insights

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Sometimes, taking steps toward a new career can be a lot like walking into a room expecting to find one thing, but finding something completely different instead.

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The Busyness Factor: Do Goals and Satisfaction Suffer?

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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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Successful in Everyone’s Eyes But Your Own

Have you ever felt the tug to move in a new direction in your career, to follow a passion or a dream that you’ve long held dear? Here are some steps you can take to start moving deliberately and courageously in the direction of your new perspective.

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Client Story: Laura

When I began working with Laura, she was a tax account at a Big 4 firm. On paper, Laura was a success and “had it all;” she had risen quickly to a manager level role, she was involved in extra-curricular like recruiting students off campus to join […]

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Tune in to Your Strengths and Weaknesses

Knowing your strengths and weaknesses will help you more clearly distinguish the “right” careers from the “wrong” during the career discovery process. If you can identify the moments where you feel strong (when you’re using your strengths) and actively seek these moments out, you will find greater success.

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