Tag: Career Assessments

Aug 26

TIME TO PLAY and REJOICE

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  Quit Being So Serious OMG – I have been listening to the Love Afformation by Noah St. John and I am feeling so good and inspired that I wanted to refocus us all on PLAYING and to stop trying to figure it all out.  I drove my son to his job this morning, and …

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Jul 30

ALREADY LOVE YOUR WORK?

TIPS TO KEEP IT FUN FOR ADDers No matter how much you love your work, ADD symptoms can derail you and can turn an awesome situation into a nightmare.  I just read an article that listed ways to manage ADD at work.  I thought I would put my spin on it, particularly if you LOVE …

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Jul 22

YOU’RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME

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How to Shift the ‘Tude” and Have More Fun In Your Job I remember when I was in my twenties and I worked for a big corporation as a legal secretary – if you can even imagine an off-the-chart ADDer doing this job in the first place. After being shuffled around the legal department to …

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Jul 17

Authentic YOU Career Tips

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I used to write for a popular online Career site, and may go back to doing so one day.  The site has career practitioners from the Career industry such as job search coaches, career counselors and coaches, resume writers, interview coaches, etc.  I still receive updates daily with typical titles like “How to Secure a …

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Jun 20

Tips to Stop Negative Thinking When We Are In the Wrong Job or Career

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Yesterday, I received an email from one of my clients who was clearly in crisis because he is in the wrong job.  His ADD symptoms continue to spiral out of control and it is impacting not only his work, but those around him.  He is at the beginning of his process and does not see …

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May 08

Journal Writing and Career Direction

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Unleashing the Clues to Our Authentic Career The clients I work with are asked to keep a journal of thoughts, feelings and emotions on anything and everything of relevance as they move through the Your Passion to Career Program.  So why is it important to keep a journal during this time or in general? “Confusion”,” …

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Apr 30

ADD Symptoms at Work? 5 Tips to Transform an Unhappy Environment

Are you in a job or career where you find that others are easily annoyed around you? Are you noticing your ADD symptoms at work worsening?  Are your relationships at work suffering? Are you getting called on the carpet in your job by your supervisor/manager or co-workers and can’t figure out why? Do you keep …

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Mar 14

CAREER ASSESSMENTS AND CAREER HAPPINESS II: Connecting the Dots

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I recently wrote on Career Assessments and Career Happiness.  In it I explained that the trouble with many of these assessments are that there is no personal involvement or inner process that involve an individual seeking guidance in the results other than checking yes or no to a question – or another limited response. I …

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