Envisioning Success Through Guided Imagery

Envisioning Success Through Guided Imagery

While I was at the summit hosted by Career Directors International last month, one of my clients emailed me that she had received a call and would be doing a face-to-face interview the following Wednesday. Would I have time to meet with her to help her prepare? Of course, I assured her, we could meet. […]

On the Job Hunt, There Are No Guarantees

Our dog, Graham, howling for a treat

Our coonhound, Graham, has been with us for two months now, and we are discovering that he has quite the personality. He is headstrong and is particularly vocal when he feels he deserves something (usually food-related). Graham is an explorer; he found our garage to be a particularly fun place with all sorts of interesting […]

Remembering Steve Jobs

As we pause to remember Steve Jobs and the impact his innovations have had on our lives, I share with you some of his wisdom that can guide us on our paths for successful careers: “People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means […]

The Power of Love

My husband and I on our wedding day

With the recent postings various friends on Facebook have made about their wedding anniversaries, it’s had me reflecting on my own anniversary that is coming toward the end of the year. There have been many ups and downs in the nearly 13 years that I’ve been married to my beloved husband, and one thing that […]

What Work/Life Balance?

Woman working on a computer while holding a baby and a toddler

Today marks the debut of Bottomless Briefcase: A Blog for Working Women. Everywhere. I am one of the contributors to this blog, and my first post gives my take on work/life balance. Before becoming a mom, I was so sure that I would be able to continue to have a good work/life balance. Oh, sure, […]

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