Nurturing the Multi-Hyphenate Career Strategy

This post is courtesy of guest blogger: Laura Zukosky. The catchphrase “Jack-of-all-trades” has been used for years to describe a stellar employee who wears many hats. Typically, this type of employee can accomplish more in one day than most can in an entire week. When it is time to transition to a different career, many of these skills and talents get muddled in... Keep Reading »

A Simpler Life: Navigating the Uncertainty of Unemployment

This post kicks off our summer guest post series and was submitted anonymously. “A simple life,” my therapist said to me. “Maybe you want a simpler life.” “I don’t know what I want,” I told him. “That’s the point. You need to let yourself be and feel. It will come to you. Don’t think and use your brain. Connect with your heart center and feel. You can do anything... Keep Reading »

When a Job Search Seems to Never End: Controlling the Uncontrollable

Does this story resonate? You’re fairly certain you’re following the correct path for your job search yet you still find yourself unemployed after months, maybe even a year? You’ve gotten some interviews, you’ve even been a finalist for a job or two, but for whatever reasons, a deal hasn’t closed and you’ve yet to receive an offer. You’re left feeling desperate.... Keep Reading »

Are You Certain?

Assumptions can get us into trouble. When we allow assumptions to serve as certainty, we often end up delaying necessary decisions, avoiding needed action, or reacting to situations inappropriately. Assumptions can cause us to misinterpret others’ actions. They can drive a limiting-belief mindset that prevents us from achieving. They are usually the cause of... Keep Reading »

The High Dive Meant It Was Time: A Stay at Home Mom’s Journey of Returning to Work

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Jennifer Healy. Every summer in my time as a stay-at-home parent, going to the pool was a little less work than it had been the previous year. As toddlers, there’s the swim diaper, sunscreen for babies, and the nap to consider. As my kids started school, and swim lessons, they could both be counted on to pack their own goggles... Keep Reading »

Playing the “Why Game” Can Lead to a More Satisfying Work Life

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Debra Smouse. As a life coach for more than a decade, I’ve found that my expertise lies in helping folks figure out how to enjoy their daily lives. And while I prefer to focus on their home life rather than career, that doesn’t mean that career challenges don’t arise during sessions. It’s one of the reasons I love helping... Keep Reading »