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  • Making Enlightened Career Choices — Career Life Coaching
    feel empowering or disempowering Is this decision in my highest good 2 Consider your current situation and ask yourself Why am I doing this What do I want to achieve It may be helpful for you to write down your answers and ponder them Be more conscious of how you are spending your precious time because this is your life passing by 3 Stay out of the victim mindset You alone are responsible for your life When you accept this you will claim your inner power and make better choices Change often comes from nothing more than a shift in perspective 4 Be open to new possibilities for yourself Select one area of your life where you are unsatisfied and choose something new something more for yourself 5 Simply notice opportunities as they show up We miss so many options because we just don t see them Wake up and look around You have an opportunity right in this moment to choose something new or different If you find you spend a lot of time in a job that leaves you tired frustrated and discouraged at the end of the day it may be time for Plan B You have gifts talents work and life experiences skills and expertise to create your next career Identify them and search out how who needs them Then you can make a plan to move in a new direction Related posts Location Independent Careers 7 Steps of Career Transition Use Linked In and See Your Career Opportunities Blossom Career Independence 4 Ways to Discover Your Passions Filed Under Career Transition Featured Self Development Tagged With career creativity enlightenment self actualization values work Yes Send me the e course Email Career Jumpstart Career Jump Start Save 100 Now is a good time to assess where

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  • Location Independent Careers — Career Life Coaching
    from wherever you are Often times it is simply a matter of looking at the business you want to start or the work you want to do from a slightly different angle or finding the niche within it that allows you to be on the move You can also create a business that is partially location independent allowing you to travel frequently but still having a home base Many savvy entrepreneurs are successfully doing this Chris Guillebeau is traveling to every country in the world and writing about it and making money doing it Barbara Winter ventures across the country and around the world speaking writing and teaching Lea and Jonathan Woodward have been making a living from Mexico Corbett Barr has built an online business that supports him regardless of where he happens to be from one day to the next My daughter Nicole enjoys a lifestyle where she s got a home base and an office in Denver but she travels at will last weekend she was working from a resort in the mountains and this week is sending me emails from funky coffee shops in Minneapolis I took the picture above a few weeks ago while enjoying time with my mother at a Myrtle Beach resort and still serving my clients needs and will be traveling to Denver and Rochester MN in coming months and conducting workshops Some of these people are writers some are teachers some are techies There are many more examples out there of people who sell crafts or products do design or consultations I ve even heard of a woman who teaches remote voice lessons using a program like Skype The thing they all have in common they are inspired innovative and determined to find creative ways to earn a living while jet setting living abroad or spending more of their time away from their offices than in them What do you want to do for work How can you begin to reconfigure it to support your wanderlust Related posts Are You Thinking Like an Entrepreneur or Employee 7 Steps of Career Transition Most Frequently Asked Q A s on Starting a Consulting Business 4 Ways to Discover Your Passions Filed Under Career Transition Featured Starting a Business Tagged With career creativity Entrepreneurship Starting a Business travel values Comments Glenda says August 5 2013 at 3 58 am Heya i am for the first time here I found this board and I in finding It really useful it helped me out much I m hoping to present something back and aid others such as you aided me blogs rediff com says October 18 2013 at 7 38 pm You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually something that I think I would never understand It seems too complex and extremely broad for me I am looking forward for your next post I ll try to get the hang of it music lyrics says

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  • Tips on using Linked In to increase your career opportunities. — Career Life Coaching
    much more likely to show up on recruiters searches if you have 500 connections Join and participate in Groups If you have been out of the workforce for a while creating a group can be a good way to fill your gap in employment Greig shared an example of a marketing professional who started his own association on Linked in and subsequently listed his role there as Vice President under his work experience Another advantage to being in groups include meeting new people with similar interests learning from what others share in the discussions and enlarging your sphere of influence though your contributions In summary if you want to be found on Linked In you need to be perceived as having expertise providing value to others and being well connected If you d like more information on using Linked in and other social media resources for finding a job I recommend this book How to Find a Job on LinkedIn Facebook Twitter MySpace and other Social Networks by Brad and Debra Schepp Related posts 7 Steps of Career Transition The 1 Reason You Aren t Getting Hired Filed Under Career Transition Featured Tagged With career employment getting hired social media Comments advanced test o boost says May 5 2013 at 5 29 am Thank you I have recently been searching for information approximately this subject for a while and yours is the greatest I have discovered till now However what in regards to the bottom line Are you sure concerning the source Jenny says July 2 2013 at 3 42 pm Hello my friend I wish to say that this article is awesome great written and include almost all vital infos I d like to see extra posts like this Jane says October 9 2013 at 9 20 pm Please let me know if you re looking for a article author for your blog You have some really great posts and I think I would be a good asset If you ever want to take some of the load off I d absolutely love to write some articles for your blog in exchange for a link back to mine Please blast me an email if interested Many thanks garcinia cambogia says November 5 2013 at 9 33 pm Helloo there This post could not be written any better Going through this article reminds me of my previious roommate He continually kept preaching about this I am going to forward this post to him Pretty sure he ll have a very good read Thank you for sharing gta 5 pobierz says February 4 2014 at 4 59 am Your style is very unnique comppared to other people I have read stuff from Many thanks for posting when you ve got the opportunity Guess I ll justt book mark this page best free web hosting sites review says February 20 2014 at 11 18 am Greetings Very helpful advice in this particular article It s the little changes which will make the

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  • Answering the Toughest Interview Questions — Career Life Coaching
    others you may find beneficial to ask In six months what would the successful candidate have accomplished What is the most important and pressing problem for the new hire to tackle What would you like done differently by the next person who fills this job I noticed on the company website that your firm s mission is to How do you see the successful candidate contributing to that mission How does this department affect the company s profit How would you describe the organization s culture and personality How are risk taking and creativity rewarded How does the company recognize outstanding employees Now let s look at how to answer the second question What is your salary expectation If your inclination is to name a salary that your want stifle yourself Here is the answer Mr Freeman recommends to his clients I am very interested in this opportunity If I am your candidate of choice and in turn you are my company of choice then I know the salary will be more than fair In this instance you have let the interviewer know that salary isn t the deciding issue on whether or not you d accept the position It is also important to know what the average salary range is for the position Often the salary is not divulged in the job listing and it is up to you to do the research Check out onetonline org and identify the job title ex Sales Manager See if the description is a match to the position you are applying for and then scroll down to Wages and Employment Trends The Dept of Labor provides the median national wages and employment outlook You can find out the local median wage by plugging in your state and then county or city Armed with this data you can also answer the salary question by saying the average salary range for this position is I would entertain an offer in this range Keep in mind the DOL data is usually a year or so old so adjust the rates accordingly The salary information is critical to know if you are offered the position and chose to negotiate your terms of acceptance Bottom line for going into interviews is Be Prepared Research the industry the organization the employment outlook and the nature of the job itself Use your social media contacts and network to identify and connect to employees in the company you are considering and do some informational interviewing May you land the job you want Dee Related posts The 1 Reason You Aren t Getting Hired 7 Steps of Career Transition Twelve Questions to Help You Find Your Calling Filed Under Career Transition Featured Tagged With getting hired interviews Comments Wage day advance says April 21 2013 at 12 02 pm It s a shame you don t have a donate button I d without a doubt donate to this excellent blog I guess for now i ll settle for bookmarking and adding

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  • Dream Careers are Like Butterflies — Career Life Coaching
    jobs where they have several tasks that they do well but don t really enjoy In order for us to be fulfilled at work we need to be engaged doing things that we both are good at and therefore can be successful doing but that also connect us to our passions and have an intrinsic value to us This is what makes work truly fulfilling By identifying the things above you are taking the first step toward determining what the best work for you may be Bottom line you ll never find that dream job without first determining what you re naturally talented at and enjoy doing You must to be willing to take some risks in following your heart s desire for doing work you ll really enjoy You may need to take a less than perfect job to make ends meet while you return to school to increase your knowledge or get training to learn new skills You may experience criticism from friends family and colleagues if you decide to leave the mainstream and significantly change your career path You are the only one who truly knows what that great work will be and it won t be found in a job description written by someone else If you d like some support and resources to begin this process check out the exercises and inventories in my free Discover Your Calling e course Sign up on the top right of this page Related posts The Key to Fulfilling Work Look Inward 7 Steps of Career Transition Filed Under Career Transition Finding Your Passion Videos Tagged With employment fulfillment Passions Yes Send me the e course Email Career Jumpstart Career Jump Start Save 100 Now is a good time to assess where you are in your career and in

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  • Dream — Career Life Coaching
    to live a life in alignment with your passion and purpose and haven t quite arrived there yet Through trial and error you may see you are steadily moving in a direction you just don t know where you are going yet If you keep returning to your core values your passions and stay in alignment with those through your thoughts decisions actions and goals your purpose eventually reveals itself You may be saying that s all well and good but I am just not finding my own purpose In fact I am more confused than ever of how to find my best career direction much less my life s purpose Let s look at how the mind works for a moment Our thoughts are like monkeys jumping from branch to branch looking for a better banana Additionally our entire physical system is driven by the instinct to avoid pain and seek pleasure When new information comes in the brain goes into an alert state The amygdala is saying wake up something s happening is it SAFE or is it DANGEROUS When you are endeavoring to change your mind and change your life this causes some upheaval There are bumps in the road The old patterns you ve set up in your brain tissue want to keep running and here you are forging new links This process can result in feelings of confusion you might feel unlike yourself Change can shake things up By bringing your focus back to your passions back to your pure intention to live your life in alignment with your core values the path becomes easier For myself I have found a regular meditation practice to be helpful in slowing down the sheer number of thoughts that zip through our brains did you know scientists now say we have as many as 80 000 thoughts a day When we stop following the monkeys from branch to branch we may hear our small inner voice our intuition our higher Self prompting us and nudging us to move toward that alignment of passion and purpose Here are some of the books I recommend to help you find that dream job your purpose your passions The Passion Test The Effortless Path to Discovering Your Life Purpose Janet and Chris Atwood Build Your Dreams How To Make a Living Doing What You Love Alexis Irvin and Chip Hiden Inspired Unstoppable Wildly Succeeding in Your Life s Work Tama Kieves I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It Barbara Sher Zen and the Art of Making a Living A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design Lawrence Boldt We re so engaged in doing things to achieve purposes of outer value that we forget the inner value the rapture that is associated with being alive is what it is all about Joseph Campbell Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With career Dream intention job Passions Purpose

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  • intention — Career Life Coaching
    to live a life in alignment with your passion and purpose and haven t quite arrived there yet Through trial and error you may see you are steadily moving in a direction you just don t know where you are going yet If you keep returning to your core values your passions and stay in alignment with those through your thoughts decisions actions and goals your purpose eventually reveals itself You may be saying that s all well and good but I am just not finding my own purpose In fact I am more confused than ever of how to find my best career direction much less my life s purpose Let s look at how the mind works for a moment Our thoughts are like monkeys jumping from branch to branch looking for a better banana Additionally our entire physical system is driven by the instinct to avoid pain and seek pleasure When new information comes in the brain goes into an alert state The amygdala is saying wake up something s happening is it SAFE or is it DANGEROUS When you are endeavoring to change your mind and change your life this causes some upheaval There are bumps in the road The old patterns you ve set up in your brain tissue want to keep running and here you are forging new links This process can result in feelings of confusion you might feel unlike yourself Change can shake things up By bringing your focus back to your passions back to your pure intention to live your life in alignment with your core values the path becomes easier For myself I have found a regular meditation practice to be helpful in slowing down the sheer number of thoughts that zip through our brains did you know scientists now say we have as many as 80 000 thoughts a day When we stop following the monkeys from branch to branch we may hear our small inner voice our intuition our higher Self prompting us and nudging us to move toward that alignment of passion and purpose Here are some of the books I recommend to help you find that dream job your purpose your passions The Passion Test The Effortless Path to Discovering Your Life Purpose Janet and Chris Atwood Build Your Dreams How To Make a Living Doing What You Love Alexis Irvin and Chip Hiden Inspired Unstoppable Wildly Succeeding in Your Life s Work Tama Kieves I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It Barbara Sher Zen and the Art of Making a Living A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design Lawrence Boldt We re so engaged in doing things to achieve purposes of outer value that we forget the inner value the rapture that is associated with being alive is what it is all about Joseph Campbell Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With career Dream intention job Passions Purpose

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  • Purpose — Career Life Coaching
    to live a life in alignment with your passion and purpose and haven t quite arrived there yet Through trial and error you may see you are steadily moving in a direction you just don t know where you are going yet If you keep returning to your core values your passions and stay in alignment with those through your thoughts decisions actions and goals your purpose eventually reveals itself You may be saying that s all well and good but I am just not finding my own purpose In fact I am more confused than ever of how to find my best career direction much less my life s purpose Let s look at how the mind works for a moment Our thoughts are like monkeys jumping from branch to branch looking for a better banana Additionally our entire physical system is driven by the instinct to avoid pain and seek pleasure When new information comes in the brain goes into an alert state The amygdala is saying wake up something s happening is it SAFE or is it DANGEROUS When you are endeavoring to change your mind and change your life this causes some upheaval There are bumps in the road The old patterns you ve set up in your brain tissue want to keep running and here you are forging new links This process can result in feelings of confusion you might feel unlike yourself Change can shake things up By bringing your focus back to your passions back to your pure intention to live your life in alignment with your core values the path becomes easier For myself I have found a regular meditation practice to be helpful in slowing down the sheer number of thoughts that zip through our brains did you know scientists now say we have as many as 80 000 thoughts a day When we stop following the monkeys from branch to branch we may hear our small inner voice our intuition our higher Self prompting us and nudging us to move toward that alignment of passion and purpose Here are some of the books I recommend to help you find that dream job your purpose your passions The Passion Test The Effortless Path to Discovering Your Life Purpose Janet and Chris Atwood Build Your Dreams How To Make a Living Doing What You Love Alexis Irvin and Chip Hiden Inspired Unstoppable Wildly Succeeding in Your Life s Work Tama Kieves I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It Barbara Sher Zen and the Art of Making a Living A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design Lawrence Boldt We re so engaged in doing things to achieve purposes of outer value that we forget the inner value the rapture that is associated with being alive is what it is all about Joseph Campbell Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With career Dream intention job Passions Purpose

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