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Losing a job in this economy can be devastating. You feel singled-out, disrespected or even discarded. After the shock wears off, fear sets in.
- Will I be able to make it on my savings?
- What happens when the paltry unemployment checks stop coming?
- Can I make next month’s mortgage payment?
- Will I have to empty out my 401K before I find work?
You are not alone. Your experience is a common one today, and that’s why I spend my time helping job seekers just like you. [Read More...]
Career Passion News
November 25, 2014
Wait, wait before you leave for Thanksgiving… 87.5% of Viable Job Leads Come from Friends and Family OK, I made that up. But, my experience shows that most of my clients – about 8 out of 10 end up getting the “right” job lead from a friend, family member, or new acquaintance in a networking situation. LinkedIn … [Read More...]
October 29, 2014
The world we live in is full of decision challenges. We are constantly faced with many options. This is a great thing, and a symptom of our prosperous lives, but it can be overwhelming. If we want to make a change in our lives, considering all the paths we could take can be overwhelming. The magic is in defining … [Read More...]
October 9, 2014
You may not fully recognize it, but you have a problem. You earn less than you are worth. You worry about money, and you’re not feeling financially secure. One year ago, I read a book that changed my thinking, then my life. “Overcoming Underearning” by Barbara Stanny is a masterpiece! In just 208 pages, she … [Read More...]
September 24, 2014
My best friend Lee Moczygemba turned 90 yesterday. You would never believe her age—she is always impeccably groomed, professionally dressed, hair beautifully styled, jewelry enhanced, and nails perfect. She still networks, each time meeting someone, or several some ones, who can become her clients. At 90, she is still … [Read More...]
September 17, 2014
That is a heavy word. When I was young, it was usually used as a demand for information, “Who is responsible for this broken lamp?” Later, I learned that every job has a list of responsibilities—things that you are expected to handle, no matter what. Even later, I took on the responsibility of parenthood. If you’re … [Read More...]