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902, 2016

What Is a Workaholic? 10 Signs That You May Be One.

By |February 9th, 2016|Motivation, Performance|0 Comments

My top 10 signs that you may be a workaholic:

1. You have your bosses birthday on your calendar but not your anniversary.
2. The last thing you think of at night is work.
3. Then you dream about it.
4. You play out a conversation with a team member in your imagination over & over again.
5. You check your […]

302, 2016

Running Your Own Business? Get out From Behind the Screen.

By |February 3rd, 2016|Motivation, Networking|0 Comments

I recently met with an aspiring business woman. She had done her homework, knew the market, understood the need, built the model, and was ready to dive in and help a needed problem in her industry; business cards and website to boot! The problem?  No clients.

In today’s world it’s easy to get everything going in […]

2601, 2016

What Is a 1099 Independent Contractor? Myths Exposed.

By |January 26th, 2016|Motivation, Performance|0 Comments

A recent client shared this blog. He makes a good point but I think there is a lot to think about. What do you think? – Coach Wolfgang

Companies love to hire “independent contractors”. Companies love independent contractors because they are not considered “head count”, that is, a fully burdened employee. Rather, they are treated like […]

1201, 2016

Top 10 Ways to Survive a Soul-Sucking Job

By |January 12th, 2016|Career Change, Motivation|0 Comments

Many of my clients have been there. Honestly, I’ve been there. You go to work Monday through Friday to a job that feels like it is slowly sucking the life out of you. It is negatively impacting you at work and worse it is having a negative impact on you outside of work. You dread […]

401, 2016

The Big Gotcha During My Interview with a Startup

By |January 4th, 2016|Job Interview, Job Search|0 Comments

The author of this guest blog asks an interesting question and would like your thoughts in the comments section. Thanks!

Recently I applied for a leadership role at a software start-up and had a 1-hour interview with the CEO. Based on the job description, it sounded like the ideal candidate needed to be very well-rounded, have […]

3012, 2015

How to Find a Job in Another State 

By |December 30th, 2015|Job Search, Networking|0 Comments

Fortunately these days, the task of finding a job in another state is less of an uphill battle than it used to be. However, there are still real challenges to securing a position from a distance. Now, it also depends on industry and company size. Larger companies are going to have offices all over the world, […]

2212, 2015

4 Most Overlooked Interview Questions

By |December 22nd, 2015|Job Interview|0 Comments

I’ve gone into interviews thinking that I’m ready for anything, even though I didn’t really prepare. I was feeling confident about my ability to adapt and come across well. I felt I had such a good handle on my career that it seemed silly to “prepare” for just an interview.

You know what happened in those […]

1512, 2015

Why Professional Mentors are Such a Big Deal

By |December 15th, 2015|Career Management, Performance|0 Comments

We all need supporters. We all need the wisdom of those who have gone before us. We all need professional mentors.

I’m not referring to a hierarchical structure where there is payback to the newbie on the team. I’m not talking about mentors who like to dish out what was given to them or simply gossiping […]

912, 2015

4 Insightful Questions to Ask before Considering a Complete Career Change

By |December 9th, 2015|Career Change, Job Search|0 Comments

It happens to everyone at some point. Whether it is stress, fatigue, or just plain boredom… the bottom line is that you feel unhappy at work.

You may think a radical career change is in order, but please take a minute before jumping too quickly into action! Ask yourself these four following questions before you proceed.
1. […]

112, 2015

Get on the Company’s “Technology Radar” Before your Interview

By |December 1st, 2015|Job Interview, Job Search|0 Comments

Sharing a guest blog with you on a pre-interview trend that is becoming more and more important.
– Coach Wolfgang

Technology is changing so many industries and so many jobs. Technology now allows companies to see if you’ve actually researched the company and measure how interested you are. Make sure you show up on their “technology radar” […]