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The Secret to Happiness When Your Job is Demanding

We are trained by the corporate machine to pay homage to the needs of our employer. We stand on our left foot, jump up and down, and pat the top of our heads in order to stay in good graces and not get the pink slip. But the reality is that we are giving our innate power away through...

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Want to Change Your Relationship with Work?

I recently spoke with Deborah O'Rell on the Your Voice webcast about radically changing your relationship with work. Together, Deborah and I touched on a number of great career topics: The best first step to take if you're focused on getting your dream job. Why getting clear on what you want is of utmost importance when going after your...

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What to Say When Networking

Not sure what to say when networking for your job search? Having an elevator pitch is a great way to get the conversation started. When you use an elevator pitch effectively, it creates an opportunity to stand out to the people you meet and leave a remarkable impression. An elevator pitch is a brief, persuasive speech that you use...

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Scared of a Career Change? Here’s What to Do

The #1 big fear of making a career change is having to take a ‘step back.' A step back in pay, responsibility, authority, and benefits. Many are convinced you have to start over again to get your dream job. Or that the only answer is to go back to school for a graduate degree. It's a one step forward,...

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3 Tips to Negotiate Your Salary

Don't leave salary increase up to chance or by wishing upon distant stars.


Top 10 Legal Career Injustices

There are many reasons why lawyers are highly susceptible to self-criticism and doubt.


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