Complicated isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Is it possible that you, like me, are a bit of a complication junkie? Today I am considering the merits of simplification. What would it be like to spend a few months making decisions based on this single criteria: “What’s the simplest way to approach this?” How much easier would your work and your life [...]

Why the World Needs Your Gift

It’s hardly a big secret: The world is changing rapidly.  Not just the world of work – but the entire world. For example: just 15 years ago, the internet was an unknown quantity to most of us.  Today, most of us organize our worklife – in fact, our life in general – around this ubiquitous, [...]

When Talent Collides

Here’s an unusual question for you… How far are you willing to stretch your wings with your talent? Do you play it safe most of the time – flying under the radar? Or do you actively seek out new opportunities to see if you can cause a flap? Take a moment to see what happens [...]

Get a Clue about the Right Career for You!

Feel like you could do anything if you only knew what it was? I have a few important ideas up my sleeve and I’m getting ready to share them with you… In April’s Free Teleclass, you’ll learn about all the clues you have to find and put together to solve your career puzzle! Don’t wait [...]

Your Gift

The world needs your gift – go out and give it! That’s been my mantra for “my people” for quite a while now. What does it really mean? Your “gift” is what you do to create the change you wish to see in the world. Which begs the question… Do you know the change you [...]

Unskilled Ain’t What It Used To Be

How do you stand out from the crowd and create more job security? Seth Godin has a pretty great starting point to consider: Unskilled Labor *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Today’s anonymous image provided by: Grauer Razvan

Who Do You Spend the Most Time With?

Motivational speaker Jim Rohn asserts that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. Over the course of a 40-year career, you will spend approximately 100,000 hours working. An argument could be made that the people you work with are the very folks who are building your character. Do [...]

Where is Your Art?

Seth Godin writes: “Art is not in the eye of the beholder, it’s in the heart of the artist.” If an artist creates and never shows it to anyone does that mean it’s not art? If those who behold what you create and don’t call it art, are they right? Create, create, create! The world [...]

Are You Happy Zagging?

Are you job-seeking? If so, are you following the conventional job search advice that you find online? Might want to re-think this approach. If you’re doing what everyone else is doing, then you’re not standing out in the crowd. How will you ever be seen for the incredible asset that you are? Consider the merits [...]

How Does Work-Life Balance Work?

Lots of folks aspire to “Work-Life Balance.” But do we really know what it is? Don’t miss hearing the wise perspectives of Nigel Marsh, the author of the fabulously titled books: “Fat, Forty and Fired” and “Overworked and Underlaid.” “How to Make Work-Life Balance Work” The big bonus is that he’s funny, too. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Today’s [...]