Worrying about being perfect will hold you back from success. AND, a little secret… perfect is you now and perfecting is the goal of your ongoing journey!!!
Three ways your resume makes you look old and out of date. Having an (1) objective statement, (2) an e-mail address with AOL and Yahoo; and (3) cliches such as: multi-tasker, fast learner, out-the-box-thinker… (from an article I read recently)
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT!!! When you spend such a large portion of your life working – and it’s not fun, and you’re worried about getting sued or fired… then what has work done to America. T. J. Miller (Star of comedy movie “Office Christmas Party’).
A woman reclaiming her life, hopes and dreams by discovering and living her power.
SLOWING DOWN? If you are; drive in the right on the highway. 79% of adult female baby boomers, 50-68, need the fast lanes for getting to the work they report being satisfied with.
HAS YOUR LIGHT GONE OUT? Sometimes our career light seems to have gone out. No interest in present work and no clarity in what we want. Don’t spin in trying to figure out what work you want; instead, as a starting point, think about what you truly enjoy doing (Thought: If it is playing golf…maybe selling golf equipment/apparel).
ONCE UPON A TIME… see your life as a book with a series of chapters beginning with Chapter One as your birth. Identify the key chapters you have already lived and title the new chapters you plan to create from here. Make them fun and meaningful. Life is your gift!!!
ADMIRATION… Can be an emotional response to someone or something that possibly reflects one’s own inner abilities and desires. Check it out even if you doubt my definition. Emotions often share what is blind to self and others.
GREAT REMINDER: For 33 years, Steven Paul Jobs asked himself this question each morning: “If today were the last day of my life would I want to do what I am about to do today.” Whenever the answer has been NO for too many days in a row. I know I need to change something.”
Are you drifting along in your life and career or do you have your anchor solidly down and standing firm on what you want? Anchored in clarity keeps you from drifting in acceptance!