Tag: career

The Power of Being Vulnerable

I’ve been recommending Brene Brown’s wonderful book, Daring Greatly, to many people. She suggests that living “whole-heartedly” requires being vulnerable. People in her research groups defined vulnerability as “uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure.” Pursuing work/life dreams always involves all three. Whether you’re searching for work you will love, asking for a promotion, or starting a […]

Your Next Chapter

“You’re so good at re-inspiring yourself,” a friend said after I recently shared with her how excited I was about my work. Since that conversation I’ve thought often about her comment. This is my thirty-fifth year in business and I’ve had to design “next chapters” many times over the years in order to remain inspired. […]

Two Keys to a Successful Job Search?

I love when clients profit from trusting their own judgment, like Emma did. She came for coaching after she was downsized in a re-organization. The new executives who were brought in labeled her part of the “old guard,” despite a great track record and how much she had to contribute. Because Emma was the major […]


There’s hope in the air, not only because of the arrival of spring (finally) filled with the presence of brightly colored pansies, tulips and lilacs, mint green leaves on trees and hedges, and grass the color of limeade, it’s also that our economy seems to be in a period of resurgence. I think the biggest […]

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