For some reason, this new setup of items (all of which have been on my desk for months), seemed to speak to me today. I set these up this morning, and only now had some feelings about it. I feel like I am Ernie, with a big ol' drum, making my own way in my … Continue reading What does your desk say today?
Burnout is caused by a combination of thoughts and environmental stressors. Here are the top 3 ways to begin to remove the harmful effects of burnout. *WHAT EXACTLY IS BURNOUT? * Burnout is the experience of feeling completely drained. This can mean physically exhausted, mentally tired, emotionally spent, and often with a heavy layer of … Continue reading Job Burnout … and what to do about it
Please check out this article, posted on Harvard Business Review. I think it does a great job of articulating the contributing factors towards burnout. Check out the article I have had all 6, at the same time. Not ok. Many of my clients come with a combo of #2, #5, and most often #6. I … Continue reading 6 Causes of Burnout, and How to Avoid Them
Take a deep breath. Open your resume document and scan through what you have written. Now, pick one position at a time, and think about what you actually enjoyed doing at the position. What value did you bring to the company? What value dod you bring to the customer? What value did you get from … Continue reading What is a Resume, Really?
It’s true, you really can get that dream career. AND, starting here, with these simple, straightforward self-care practices, is the fastest way to getting what you want. (I know this for sure!) 1.Hit Pause. You’ve been busy, I know you have. Scrolling job boards, reading up on common interview questions, and generally stressing how you … Continue reading 7 Self-Care Strategies To Land Your Dream Career