Category Archive for 'Setting Career Goals'

It’s the end of May and for some this marks the season of graduation and the transition to your next professional development adventure. That may include going to a career college, four-year university or community college to gain the basic instruction needed to pursue your dream career. In this blog post, I would like to […]

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In these uncertain economic times, it is very tempting to cling to the familiar and safe. Especially when it comes to employment. Some of us dream about having a greater impact in the marketplace through independent endeavors, yet we cling to our steady grind hoping to somehow transform it into a stepping stone to fulfillment. […]

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This is a story quite literally about baby steps. Recently, as I was leaving a large church service on the way to the parking lot, I walked up on the littlest of girls in a hot pink jacket, pastel pink summer dress and some new white walking shoes. She was so adorable – maybe only […]

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The topic for last night’s episode of Working Knowledge Radio Show was “Stay In Your Lane.”  This episode discussed the possible benefits of growing where you are planted and knowing when to seek greener pastures elsewhere. As an added resource for listeners, I wanted to share 7 keys to persisting on your career path.

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Recently, I was in the chair at my hair salon, when the grandchild or niece of the office manager appeared in the door to let my hairstylist know she would be filling in for her relative. The long-haired, statuesque blond smiled after her announcement and began to walk away. My hairdresser interrupted her departure with […]

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