It’s become an annual event, this list of unusual things I’m thankful for every Thanksgiving. To keep the tradition going, here’s the 2018 edition,
What Makes an Amazing Employer? This month’s theme for my podcasts and blogs is the most important qualities in an employer.
In this week’s podcast, I talked about what employees value most in an employer. Today, I wanted to tag-team on that idea with some of the most unusual / coolest / strangest employee perks I found.
What do you value in an employer? I researched three online sites for this podcast.
What should a candidate look for in a prospective employer? What are the qualities and characteristics of a great employer?
An Employment Gap can be an incredible time in your life, if you approach it from the right perspective, and you have the financial means to indulge.
want to start with the answer to a question I get asked frequently: what are the differences between coaching, counseling, and consulting?
“What is the difference between coaching, counseling, and consulting? ”
In this week’s podcast, I’m telling six of my favorite funny stories, from work and life.
Here’s what I want you to think about: what in your life that you’ve thought of as “terrible” could actually be viewed as a blessing?
Very few of us take time to find the good in, and be thankful for, the less-than wonderful things that happen. My life coach, Brooke Castillo, calls it “ass.” The negative emotion that will happen about 50% of the time. We can either question why the world is doing this to us, or we can understand that we’re in the midst of “ass.”
Today, we’re talking about managing the mental, physical, social, and spiritual aspects of a job transition.
I’m proposing an unusual gratitude list…those things that, at least in the moment, don’t seem to be blessings at all.
Whether we are employed or entrepreneurs, we need time to reflect on what is, and isn’t, serving us. We also need time to look forward, set goals, and lay out the action steps to achieve those goals.
During and after Hurricane Hermine, I got to thinking about the lessons we can all take from a hurricane