Are you harboring this dangerous belief?
“LinkedIn only matters if you’re looking to change your job.”
From conversations with my private clients, students in my online programs, and others in my speaking audiences, I’m hearing this more and more.
Maybe you believe this too.
But it’s wrong. Oh so wrong. […]Read the full post >>
My client came back to work after a fun, relaxing holiday break. She was revved and ready for action. Until she made her to-do list and saw she had too many priorities–too many items all screaming to be first. “I don’t know where to start,” she told me in our coaching conversation later that day. […]Read the full post >>
Click here to download your free guide, “How to Say No at Work” You’ve heard the success advice before: “Raise your hand for every opportunity.” “Volunteer for more projects.” “Say yes to everything.” And that’s all great, with one exception. It’s stupid. (Okay, “stupid” is a bit harsh, especially for a nice person like me. […]Read the full post >>
No matter what your politics, you can’t argue with the fact that Hillary Clinton is a pretty bright person. Wellesley and Yale educated. Partner in a law firm. A United States Senator. A Secretary of State. And of course, those high profile years as First Lady. You gotta appreciate that someone can learn a lot […]Read the full post >>
After 15 years in the same house, I’m packing up and getting ready to move. New house, new city, new state. I’m no stranger to change. When I launched my coaching business many years ago, I changed not only where I worked and what I did, but over time, I changed who I was and […]Read the full post >>
When we want to take control of your career, we first have to accept that we already control three very important things:
Wear all the green you want—it looks good on you. And rub your rabbit’s foot keychain until it’s bald to the bone–the bunny no longer cares. But it ain’t just luck when you experience success at work. It’s not a sign from the gods, serendipity, good fortune, or a fortuitous happening. You find success at […]Read the full post >>
What if you had all you needed to open new doors for your career? What if you already held the magic key that would lead to the next connection, the next big thing, the next opportunity to bring your superpowers to work? What if the Beatles were right–that all you need is love? Even to […]Read the full post >>
Yes, maybe you raised a glass (or three) on December 31. Maybe you’ve kicked the tree to the curb (literally–it’s trash day here.) And maybe you’re back to work, wondering “where the heck did 2012 go?” Me too. So let’s not let it go, just yet. Hold on a little longer–and give yourself one last […]Read the full post >>