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Why the Holidays are the Perfect Time to Work on Your 2017 Career Goals

It’s that most-wonderful-time-of-the-year again, and as you consider letting loose and cutting yourself some slack (or another piece of cheesecake!) this holiday season, consider the month of December as a great time to take stock of your career goals for 2017 – and then go after them.  

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Spring Cleaning for Your Career

Do you ever wish you could figure out just how to get rid of that residue, build-up and overall icky feeling that accumulates when you don’t tend to your career? If you are determined to tackle your yard, a home project, or rid yourself of clutter this spring, imagine facing your career in exactly the same way! With the tools below, you can prepare yourself for a new season and enjoy greater career satisfaction.

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Loving The Job You Have


“Thinking out loud…..that maybe we found love right where we are.”

I can’t get Ed Sheeran’s song “Thinking Out Loud” out of my head these days. Maybe it’s the constant looping, the fact that it’s a pretty endearing tune, or maybe because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.

So it got me thinking out loud about the number one issue people hire me to help them with: job dissatisfaction. Following our very first coaching session, many of my clients with this career challenge actually find themselves thinking differently about the job they have after our conversation. Could they in fact be happier right where they are? If so, what is getting in the way?

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