Tag: career success standards

I have been downloading new books and movies on my Kindle Fire to enjoy during my mini Christmas break…as I mentioned yesterday, I will be working in between, but that the life as a soloprenuer…no complaints over here:) How are you doing so far with your career success advice? Don’t just take it in and […]

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I am literally counting down the days as if I am 2 years old…I spoke to my parents today and they are in frenzy of activities getting house decorated and in order for their children. I simply love the joy that my parents experience in anticipation of having a full house for the holidays…with all […]

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It’s December 12 and it’s indeed the most wonderful time of the year – no worries, I am not going to sing to you, but I do love the holiday season and as a Christian, the Christmas season is very special to me. I know I’m not alone as celebration of Hanukkah and Kwanzaa (and […]

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We are in the month of December 2012…I cannot believe it. More importantly, I cannot believe that it’s December and close to 70 degrees in DC, of course I am not complaining, but just saying:) I was thinking the other day that sometimes we don’t appreciate what we have…sure things could be better, but they […]

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Even in 2012, we continue to debate about the salary inequity between professional men and women doing the same or similar jobs. Now, this was hot topic during the election debates and will always be a critical issue for women everywhere. However, my goal today is to motivate professional and executive women and challenge them to […]

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Are past career decisions still haunting you? I clearly remember the level of frustration and despair in client’s voice over old career decisions that still haunted her years later. Whether its accepting a lower-paying position, making a sudden career change or transitioning to a new industry, we can all look back with regret over some career […]

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No matter what the situation or circumstances, there is always a part of me that holds on tightly to hope, faith and dreams. One of the things I love most about career coaching is that it gives my clients an opportunity to walk into their field of dreams without any external criticism, objections or negative […]

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What dreams are you deferring or denying because you think it’s too late? As I look ahead to celebrating my birthday in October, I am reflecting on my journey for the past year – the highs, the lows and everything in between. I personally believe in celebrating every milestone and effort no matter how small. […]

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