Is Your Career Ready for a Change? Are You?

We all know change is often uncomfortable, even when we initiate it. Are you avoiding a change because you’re not sure it’s the right time or direction…or because you’re just reluctant¬† to dive into the job search hassle? If so, you might need to nudge yourself to “bite the bullet” and get moving. On the […]

Determination “Rocks” – Giving Up Doesn’t

As I said last time, sometimes quitting is the right thing to do. But don’t make it your first choice. Instead, view it as your “court of last resort.” Giving up/giving in prematurely can be as costly to your career success as not calling it quits soon enough. As Kenny Rogers said in his song […]

Love It or Leave It–Your Job (Dis)Satisfaction Level

You might be one of those fortunate individuals who loves the job he/she is in or is at least pretty well satisfied with it. On the other hand, you could be one of the many who’d love to get a new job somewhere else if you could figure out a way to achieve that. This […]

Change That Drives Your Career Success

This is the time of year when we often think about change–whether to make one and, if so, what. If you’ve been considering the possibility of a change with regard to your job or career, is something holding you back or standing in your way? What Happens to My Career SUCCESS if I Don’t Make […]

Company Loyalty–How Much Do You “Owe” Them?

The title of this post is somewhat of a trick question. When a company pays your salary, as agreed when you took the job, you probably do owe them something in return. In other words, in most cases you should deliver whatever you agreed to do in exchange for that salary. On the other hand, […]

Find a Job Doing Work You Love

The idea that you can find a job doing work you love might sound like a pipe-dream to many of you who aren’t “there” yet and think you might never be. While I realize it might be difficult to achieve and sometimes stymied by seemingly insurmountable challenges, I believe it’s a goal worth pursuing. If […]