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19 01, 2017

Don’t forget to enjoy your career path

By | January 19th, 2017|Career Change, Job Search, Motivation|0 Comments

“Take pride in how far you've come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don't forget to enjoy the journey.” - Michael Josephson This quote appeared on my calendar last month. I saw immediately how it applied to me, but also how it relates to the clients I work with. Hopefully it spoke [...]

12 01, 2017

Making the right investment in your adult education

By | January 12th, 2017|Career Change, Performance|0 Comments

Interesting perspective from a former client who is figuring out ways to aid his career transition. -Coach Wolfgang The other day I realized that many of my career and life goals are related to learning. I enjoy learning although how I learn today is very different than how I was educated: In kindergarten, it was [...]

3 01, 2017

Exclusive Workshop: What is Job Sharing?

By | January 3rd, 2017|Career Management|0 Comments

It seemed like an epidemic to me. In the last few years, I have had so many conversations with clients and friends who were considering leaving the workforce. These are highly educated women, who decided to have children, and going back to work to a full-time, high-stress environment no longer met their needs. They tried [...]

29 12, 2016

Surviving a re-org: coping with a mass layoff

By | December 29th, 2016|Career Change, Job Search|0 Comments

One of my hi-tech clients wanted to share his story of surviving both sides of a corporate reorganization. -Coach Wolfgang You're hearing rumors... the big layoff is coming. Will you be impacted? Will you stay or will you go? What's the severance package? You have so many questions... but they are just details. I think [...]

21 12, 2016

Own Your Experience and Take Ownership of Your Career

By | December 21st, 2016|Career Change, Career Counseling|0 Comments

I was attending an accountability group for entrepreneurs last week where we talked about the new structure for meetings. As we were listened to new structures and asked questions, one of the veteran members of the group said: "It’s really important to own our experience!" She went on to suggest two items: you will only [...]

15 12, 2016

E-Course Forum: How to Design a Rewarding & Fulfilling Career

By | December 15th, 2016|Career Change, Career Management|0 Comments

If you just signed up, congratulations! In a few minutes, you will receive your first email with a link to download the ebook and guidance on the first section. Every few days you will receive additional emails, keeping you on track, motivating you and helping you with each section. The ebook is titled, Own Your [...]

15 12, 2016

Mindset Changes Today for a Better Career Tomorrow

By | December 15th, 2016|Career Change, Career Counseling, Motivation|0 Comments

So many people struggle with unhappiness in their career. I would venture to say that EVERYONE has been unhappy in their career, at some point in time. Our blogs regularly touch upon the subject of finding a job that fulfills you or turning your current job into something that makes you happy. This article takes [...]

6 12, 2016

Use the Power of Metaphors to Gain Clarity in Your Career

By | December 6th, 2016|Career Counseling, Career Management|0 Comments

Who would have thought that metaphors would have played such an integral place in my coaching? Not me. I enjoy a good metaphor, but didn’t always see their power. In the last year, I’ve been asking my clients to describe how they are feeling about a particular situation as a metaphor – an analogous visual [...]

22 11, 2016

Challenge: Boost your Career with Diet, Exercise & Sleep

By | November 22nd, 2016|Performance|0 Comments

I'm not a nutritionist, health trainer or sleep expert but I have a story from a client about a big transformation he made recently. -Coach Wolfgang I enjoy being productive and want to improve my output. Part of me thinks that I'm somehow addicted to some chemical my brain releases while I'm working and being [...]

14 11, 2016

7 CV secrets every college senior needs to know

By | November 14th, 2016|Job Search, Resume|0 Comments

This is a fantastic list of tips for recent grads to apply to their CV! Thanks to Kate Maurice for sharing. -Coach Wolfgang Teenage period and then studentship are the most challenging stages in our lives. Being a teenager, your main task is to study well and survive these years unscathed. Being a student, your [...]