We’ve all been there – that nagging feeling that you’re not good enough or deserving of professional success. That feeling you have is called imposter syndrome, and way more people experience it than you probably realize. I’ve been there, as has almost every person I’ve supported during my 10 years as a career coach and […]
Introduction Almost every time someone comes to me for coaching it’s because their job search has stalled out. They feel like they’re constantly hitting a wall or are overwhelmed with how intense the whole process is. My years of career counseling have shown me that instead of going around in circles by doing the same
Introduction One of the biggest complaints I hear from my clients during their job search is that they submit a resume and get rejected or never hear back. If you’ve been submitting a lot of resumes and not hearing back, then I’m here to share what you can do about it. Keep reading for tips
Introduction The point of your professional resume is to get an interview; but what if that isn’t happening? If you’ve ever: Been automatically rejected from a job Submitted a resume and never heard back Received a generic email response saying they moved forward with more qualified candidates …Then there’s probably an issue with your resume.
Are you ready to say goodbye to the dumpster fire that was 2020 and start preparing right now to crush your career goals in 2021? I’m sharing a bunch of tips that you can use right away to fast-forward your progress towards building a career you love. You can still pursue your goals and dreams
How has 2020 been for you? Most of us definitely haven’t experienced a year like this ever in our lifetimes. Despite everything that happened, it’s still important to take time to reflect, as you approach the new year: What are you grateful for? What did you accomplish/achieve? What goals do you have for 2021? For
In just the last three weeks, I’ve had multiple people tell me that they’ve shied away from applying to particular jobs. What were the jobs? Ones for which they didn’t meet 100% of the desired qualifications or experience. They assumed that applying for jobs where they don’t meet all the qualifications would automatically be a
As a millennial, I’ve been defined by the Great Recession. In the summer of 2008, I sat in my cubicle in the HR department of a federal defense agency and watched President Bush make the announcement about the economic collapse. In that moment, I flashed back to hearing my English teacher say the words “what