Archive for the Career Action Category

The Tasmanian Devil, Big Ticket Items, and GSD Day

Wave Your Theme Flag for Focus in 2017 In my leadership programs, it is common to hear participants of all job levels tell me they have no time to network, deepen relationships or strategically expand their sphere of influence, let alone take lunch with a colleague.  I […]

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“Om Gum Ganapatayei Namah” – Uh… Say What?

The flow of my life is guided by my true self.  I love the very essence of what this Deepak Chopra meditation mantra means; there is a path and purpose to what we should be doing, wait – even better, what we are meant to do with […]

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We Dream of Success, but Do We Really Expect It? Three Definitions to Pave Your Path to Career Success

Defining What “Expect Success Month” Means to Your Career Path My good friend, mentor, and marketing coach, Meredith Liepelt, made me aware that March commemorates many things, including Frozen Food Month. I don’t know about you, but since I live in the Midwest, by March I am […]

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Why You Need to Schedule “Career “Dates” for Job Advancement

Women are great at scheduling and planning “stuff.” Stuff for our kids, for our family, for our employees.  We make time, come hell or high water, for our hair appointments, nails, and of course wine “dates” with girl friends. But, and there is a big “but” (and […]

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Lights! Camera! Get Attention… Video for Your (Personal or Business) Brand!

How have you used video to enhance your personal or business brand? I asked Angela Horne of MediaScript, LLC to contribute to this month’s post because Angela’s company has the unique advantage of having been on the cutting edge of the use of visual images in technology […]

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Courageous Career Action: How to Build an Exceptional Personal Brand

Starting in 2015, I wanted to get some thoughts from business professionals I admire around the topic of Courageous Career Action. Because these thought leaders walk the talk, I want you to hear it from their mouths, versus mine! The tips below are not just for entrepreneurs […]

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