Tag Archives: new career

My inspiring clients. Part 2 of 4.

Most people don’t realize how amazing and talented they are, and hide their light under a bushel. My job is to help them to see their talent & uniqueness, work with them to define a career vision, strategy and plan … Continue reading

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My clients are very unhappy with me

Sometimes my clients are very unhappy with me. They question what we are doing, how we are doing it and whether it works. I don’t mind. It is the storm before the calm. Usually it is because they are very … Continue reading

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Who’s your Sherpa?

I recently heard an amazing speaker at an Ernst & Young quarterly women’s network event: Herta von Stiegel. She decided she wanted to climb Kilimanjaro as a challenge for reaching 50. Not only that, but to do it taking a … Continue reading

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Yes! But, but, but…..

What’s your ideal career? Is it what you are doing now? If not, what are you doing about it? Many people want to change career, get to the starting blocks, and then find ‘buts’ and never move any further. So … Continue reading

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11 career steps to a second career

Fancy a second career different to your first? Many people fall into their first career, so it’s not surprising that more and more people are seeking a second career. It can feel like a void when you change career, so … Continue reading

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Does your job ever make you weep?

  I had an e mail this week from a potential client. I bet some of you can relate to what they said in their e mail or know someone it reminds you of: “I am not happy in my … Continue reading

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Mind the gap

Do you find career change daunting?  Many people want to make a career change, but choose to stay put instead. With an uncertain economic situation and with perceived security, this is a common choice. But at what cost? Sitting on … Continue reading

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