Resolve to evolve.
I love Gregg Levoy's book, Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life, and I was delighted to hear
Just because a task comes easily for you, don't assume everyone else is as capable as you are.
Even in this still-sluggish job market, there seems to be a buzz around how to keep employees--particularly those of the elusive post-boomer generation.
Some people live life in the fast lane, seeking adventure at every turn. But if you’re like me, you prefer that your adrenaline rushes are less frequent and carefully paced.
Recently I worked with a client who had lost her job and was having difficulty finding a new one. While she often made it to second interviews, she was not the chosen one.
If you’ve recently lost your job, you may not be in a very positive mindset. So, the idea of an “up side” of being laid off may be unimaginable.
When you lose your job, you lose more than your paycheck.
Sometimes, someone else might see what you perceive as a regrettable decision as an accomplishment.