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How to Use LinkedIn to Change Industries

How to Use LinkedIn to Change Industries

Changing industries can be quite challenging, and online job postings are a waste of time if you don’t fit a role perfectly. When you’ve determined that the time has come to change industries, here is exactly how to use LinkedIn to facilitate a move. If you’re like many of my clients, chances are you happened […]

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How You Can Feel Confident Again! Career Coaching for the Empty Nester

How You Can Feel Confident Again! A Guide to Career Coaching for the Empty Nester

Congratulations! Your kids are finally up and out of the house – either off to college or working full-time and supporting themselves. So, what do you do now? It can be tough to fill the void if your life has been primarily focused on your children. Instead of feeling like an empty nester, think of this as a new and exciting chapter in your life!

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5 Steps to Make Switching Industries a Breeze

5 Steps to Make Switching Industries a Breeze

Are you thinking about making a career shift and completely switching industries? You’re not alone. Coach Lynden Kidd put together five steps that will simplify the process.

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How a Career Coach Can Help You Start Your Own Business

How a Career Coach Can Help You Start Your Own Business

Do you have a concept, a passion and a vision for a business that you know there is a market for, but you don’t know where to start? A great way to turn your idea into a reality is by reaching out to a career or business coach; particularly one that has experienced success helping […]

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10 Signs You Are Stuck In A Career Rut

10 Signs You Are Stuck In A Career Rut

At some point in our lives, most of us feel like we are stuck in a career without a way out. We dislike our jobs, but may not have skills to leave and transition into something we enjoy. In this article, coach Mrugank Patel outlines the 10 signs you are stuck in a career rut.

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5 Must-Know Tips For College Graduates Entering the Workforce

5 Must-Know Tips For College Graduates Entering the Workforce

As you leave your college years behind and look for the first step on your career ladder, it is important to get off on the right foot. Coach Paul Ratcliffe offers up five must-know tips to make the transition from student to professional much easier.

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The Power of Networking

The Power of Networking

Networking is an essential ingredient for success in your professional life. Coach Wendy Eustace shares some great insight on how to maximize your networking potential with these must-know tips.

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5 Ways to Get That Promotion You Deserve

5 Steps to Getting That Promotion You Deserve

We all know the saying, “Hard work pays off.” While that statement is true, when it comes to getting the promotion you want, sometimes you have to be a bit more tactful. Coach Lynden Kidd offers up some sure-fire ways to get noticed by your boss and get that promotion you want and deserve.

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Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: Career Advice for College Students Graduating into the Real World

Career Advice for College Students Graduating into the Real World

This is what you were told going into college – if you went to school, worked hard, got great grades, participated in extracurricular activities and did the internships, there would be job opportunities when you graduated. And then you started your search and you realized this really wasn’t the case. Career coach Deb Goldstein offers some career advice for college students and share some insight after talking to a ton transitioning graduates.

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LinkedIn or LinkedOut?

A little while ago, I was asked to give a LinkedIn profile writing presentation to the local chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals called: “Building and maintaining a strong LinkedIn profile” We had a great discussion and, while I geared the content to my audience, the key aspects apply to anyone using, or […]

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