Category Archives: Design You

Having a Life Purpose Always in Sight is Central to Career Fulfillment

The foundation of my own career coaching philosophy is that every person has a life purpose that, if fulfilled through one’s work, will generate optimum work fulfillment. My coaching business mission statement, “Creating meaningful careers by design,” is based on helping my clients to discover and fulfill their own Life Purpose. Continue reading Having a Life Purpose Always in Sight is Central to Career Fulfillment

PB&J: PERSONAL BRANDING AND YOUR JOB SEARCH

When people hear the word “brand” they instantly think of “products” or “things on a store shelf” or “cool stuff we can order through Amazon.” The last association people make with “brand” is to themselves. Branding is not just about products. YOU are a brand. And, if you’re seeking a new career or looking for your next job your personal brand is your foundation for success. Continue reading PB&J: PERSONAL BRANDING AND YOUR JOB SEARCH

4 tips for recent grads who want to land their dream job and salary in 2019

Although the current economy favors job seekers, grads will still need to do everything they can to set themselves up for success.
CNBC careers reporter Courtney Connley suggests four things first-job seekers should do as they try to land their dream job in 2019. Read the full article here

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4 Questions To Ask Yourself When Making A Major Career Decision

Making a major career change can be a stressful process. There’s doubt and uncertainty, but there’s also anticipation and excitement. While it may not be the easiest process, there are ways to make yourself feel more certain in your decision. Read these four questions in a Forbes article by Ashira Prossack that can help you make an educated and well thought out decision, and relieve feelings of doubt.

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Is your resume modern or mired in the past?

Whether you are looking for a job or are feeling secure in your current position, you should always have a resume ready, just in case. The thing with resumes is that we often create one and leave it for years, only to add a new position now and then, but never to consider how modern and effective it is in telling our story. Read the suggestions by Hillel Fuld in the Chicago Tribune

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