When Elena got laid off from his job as a computer programmer, she thought a dog could provide companionship and help she get through she job transition. Unfortunately, Elena’s landlord didn’t like that idea. … Continue reading →
The busier people get, the more purposeful they are in every aspect of their life. I used to be fine calling my web host and working with whoever answered the call for tech support. Not anymore.
You might think that, as a former admissions director for three prestigious East Coast graduate schools, I would steer people back to school. Not so. My experience has taught me that school is expensive, takes time and energy, and just … Continue reading →
Do you want to use your layoff to find another job, or find the work you’re meant to be doing in the world? Some people grab the next job to have an income base while they figure out their heart’s … Continue reading →
Most folks’ knee jerk reaction to a job layoff is to grab the classifieds. I understand, I’ve been there. Take a deep breath. You may think you’ve been handed something awful. In fact, you’ve just been handed a rite of … Continue reading →
I’ve never had children of my own. My maternal instincts show up in other ways. I can be a mama bear with clients, fiercely helping them get their branding lined up. I love helping clients with their niche. I see … Continue reading →
To weather your job or career transition, you must stay consistently, habitually, annoyingly (to many people) positive. If you don’t firmly hold yourself in glowing self-esteem and take ongoing positive action, you will unwittingly sabotage your best efforts. … Continue reading →
Ok, so you’ve lost your job. How are you handling it? Maybe your company was challenged, even before your world came apart. Or maybe, just maybe, you never really liked your job anyway and never felt well used or appreciated … Continue reading →