Mid-career Professional

Thoughtful and Accurate

Thoughtful and Accurate

“I think the work you do is so important. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed the conversation and how much I gained from it.” ~Non-profit CEO

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Fantastic Information

Fantastic Information

“I expected an interesting hour or so of your time and ended with 3 times that (in quantity & quality).”

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Defining My Strengths in Tangible Terms

Defining My Strengths in Tangible Terms

“I have found this process to be a great experience. I am finding an increased sense of awareness and confidence in my abilities.”

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I’m getting ready to go back to work after having kids.

I’m getting ready to go back to work after having kids.

I’m a mother that is planning to go back to work, can you help me start over? We can, people who take time off from the workplace benefit tremendously by taking stock of their best talents and abilities and designing a new plan to move forward. Here’s an example of a question we see regularly: […]

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Why We Choose the Wrong Career: Part 3

Why We Choose the Wrong Career: Part 3

Most of my adult clients admit in restrospect, I didn’t know anything, but I thought I knew everything. This is the money line; even with very limited, low quality information, your brain’s “System 1″ (primitive emotional brain) will make giant leaps to conclusions that make you feel at ease and confident about your career “choice,” and it’s doing […]

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Why We Choose the Wrong Career: Part 2

Why We Choose the Wrong Career: Part 2

Most career decisions are rushed and overly romanticized. On a typical day in my practice I’ll meet an 18-year-old who conveys with almost unshakable confidence that he’s going to be a brilliant doctor, but has never talked to one and doesn’t really know what they do. The next day I’ll meet a 33-year-old surgeon that […]

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Why We Choose the Wrong Career

By Anthony A. Spadafore Got a vague sense that you’re in the wrong career? The reasons behind why we choose the wrong career are just beginning to be understood. Studies show that the majority of professionals worldwide are not engaged, largely due to making quick and dirty career choices, but were they “choices” to begin […]

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Meaningful Work

Meaningful Work

Finding Meaningful Work  Am I meant to do something in particular? The short answer is no. To find your career direction, there are much better questions to ask. If you’re still wondering about what you should be doing with your life, welcome to the human race. Seeking our place in the world we backpack across […]

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Switching Careers at 30

Switching Careers at 30

Switching Careers at 30, after the Hook Ups Are Over While at a party on a steamy July night, a group of young, hot 20-somethings talked about switching careers at 30, and their sex lives . . . and dream jobs . . . I promised myself to just have fun and not think about […]

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Discovering Your Career Passion

Discovering Your Career Passion

In Discovering Your Career Passion, Follow Your Talents Discovering your career passion is too often left to chance. What are your biggest passions? “I don’t really have any,” Erica replied. Erica is studying for her PhD in microbiology and is about to cross the finish line after almost 10 years of intense work. She finds […]

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