Tag: career advice

On restraining orders & self-sabotage

Oh, I know: just that very title might make you take a step back and think,”Um, okay…,” but stay with me for a second here. If you are in the process of changing your life,  and you’re lucky enough to be surrounded by friends and family who aren’t threatened by your progress, but instead celebrate…
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August 2, 2015 0

Eyes Wide Shut

I have a coaching client who, after being “wooed” for an extended period by a potential new employer, finally had the necessary come-to-Jesus meeting with the management team, to hash out all the final details. Except that the more she and the new team tried to clear up the so-called “minor” details, the more it…
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July 29, 2015 0

10 Tips for People Stuck in Toxic Workplaces

Thrilled to have been asked to contribute to Recruiter.com’s article containing tips on surviving a toxic workplace! Here’s the link: https://www.recruiter.com/i/10-tips-for-people-stuck-in-toxic-workplaces/ I based my own tip–on the need to create joy–based on my own experience.  If the article inspires you, or if you have your own tips, I’d love if you shared them in the comments…thanks!

July 3, 2015 0

How to quit working…

Or, maybe more honestly, how to quit working at (most) stuff you dislike and focus on doing what you love, since that’s still a ton of work. I mean, I love my small business but I work ALL. THE. TIME. But at least I have a pretty awesome boss…hint hint. Anyway, I was lucky enough…
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June 13, 2015 0