Are you in a job or in business and know that you could be doing more? You know that you could be making a bigger impact but for some reason you’re stuck?
If that’s you then this video is for you.
I talk about:
- the number one thought that’s keeping you at your current career level
- how this thought is negatively impacting your career
- the antidote – how to change this thought so you can level up and impact more people
Continue reading “What’s Keeping You Stuck at Your Current Career Level”
It started with panic attacks… I would be lying in bed trying to sleep and hear a small noise and shoot out of bed. I was in a long distance relationship so I would call my boyfriend in a panic and he would tell me to call someone who was close by. Someone who could bike over and give me a hug and tell me everything was going to be okay.
Continue reading “Confession: in 2012, I burnt out…”
Samantha has one too many drinks the night before and ends up sleeping in and ends up being late for an important meeting. When she realizes her face gets hot and her breath gets shallow. “Shit!” she thinks, “How could I have been so stupid? What have I done??”
This is shame, according to Brene Brown, research professor and public speaker on the topic.
The Bad News…
Continue reading “How is Shame Sabotaging Your Career”
According to Forbes, less than 5% of jobs are found through job boards.
So if you’re looking for a new job you should only spend 5% of your time applying for jobs from job boards. So what should you do instead?
My number one tip for landing your dream job is…
Continue reading “My #1 Tip for Landing Your Dream Job”
As soon as we were all seated he wrote “I’m a Pinko Commie” on the blackboard. I was in grade 12 and the class was World Issues. I thought, “Who is this teacher? And what is he talking about?”
Continue reading “How walking in the forest can help to save the world!”
Studies estimate that 70 – 85% of jobs are found through networking while according to Forbes less than 5% of jobs are found through job boards.
Most people spend tons of time on the job boards which is a big waste of time. So you NEED to network but don’t worry, it doesn’t have to mean going to millions of networking events and giving your elevator speech 100s of times.
Continue reading “The #1 Job Hunt Mistake You’re Making”
Hey there :)!
– Feel trapped or drained by your current work situation?
– Feel limited by money?
– Feel like you don’t have time or energy for yourself?
This checklist will teach you how to make small shifts that will free up tons of energy for the things you really love. You’ll build a life where you wake up to feeling a sense of purpose and easily pay the bills. This approach to making a career change is fun, easy and gets results!
Get your free checklist here – http://eepurl.com/bRf_8r
And let me know how it goes!
“I can’t believe I’m getting paid for this!” is one of the best feelings.
I get it when I’m talking with a career coaching client on the phone and walking through the forest. And I used to get it all the time when I had a job leading canoe trips, being silly and working in the woods with teenage girls.
But there are other times in my life when I’ve been doing work that’s important to me and that I’m good at, but I end up feeling exhausted afterwards. So what’s the difference? And how can I (and you!) feel energized by our work more often?
Continue reading “What Makes You Feel Alive”
When I was 24, I quit my day job. I worked for a non-profit with youth in custody. I was stressed, worried I wasn’t doing enough, burning out. And it was absolutely the right decision to quit. I moved to an ashram, learned more about my mind and my spirit and returned to the workforce stronger and more clear about my purpose.
Sometimes quitting is the right thing to do, but this article is about the other times. Maybe you’re a little bit older or wiser than I was. Maybe you have student debt or you don’t want to leave your community. Maybe’s there’s a mortgage or kids or both. This article is about when it’s not time to quit, but your job really isn’t working so it’s time to do something.
Here are the Six Steps to Make Your Escape Plan.
Continue reading “Don’t Quit Your Day Job, Make Your Escape Plan”
When I was 22, I had fallen in love with a boy who lived in Newfoundland. I’ll call him K. We had met the year before on my school’s reading week when I’d driven half way across the country through snow storms for the sake of an adventure. Upon meeting him, K. had blown me away. He was interested in photography and art, had his own dark room in a closet at his house. He tasted like freedom.
Continue reading “Allowing for Ease”