What Are You Afraid Of? Three Fears Blocking Your Next Career Decision

is fear blocking your next career decision?

I’ve heard it said that all of our negative behaviors can be traced back to one thing: FEAR. I can relate. After my boss announced her retirement, I started stressing out bigtime about my next career move. Her departure forced me to suddenly—and painfully—wake up and admit that the path I was on wasn’t where […]Read the full post >>

I’ve Written the Networking Emails for You (So You Can Start Now)

Written the Networking Emails For You_ Red Cape Revolution(1)

You want me to write NETWORKING EMAILS?  Why would anyone possibly want to network with ME? My heart ached earlier this week when I heard a smart, talented person use those words. This person is thinking hard about what’s next in her career and life. She’s trying to decide whether she can stay where she […]Read the full post >>

Why LinkedIn Matters (Even When You’re Not Changing Jobs)

Why Linkedin matters _ Red Cape Revolution

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 >>

“Help! I Have Too Many Priorities!” What To Do When That Is You

what to do when you have too many priorities _ Red Cape Revolution

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 >>

How to Say NO at Work: Thirteen Scripts & Strategies (Plus Free Download)

If saying no makes you nervous (Red Cape Revolution can help)

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 >>