What is My “Why”?

MENU MENU What is my “Why”? My goal is to help others succeed, make more money, and be happier at work! “Love what you do and it will never feel like work.” Have you heard this phrase before? I’ve heard this countless times in college, like it was the only advice I would ever need. […]

Job Hunting Tips for College Graduates and Students

MENU MENU Job Hunting Tips for College Graduates and Students If you are a college student or a recent graduate and haven’t landed your first entry-level job yet, don’t panic! I landed my first job when I was 17 and have worked full time throughout college. Attending college full time and working full time was […]

My Top 10 Resume Writing Tips

MENU MENU My Top 10 Writing Resume Tips If you think you can quickly write your resume by copying and pasting your duties and responsibilities from your job posting onto your resume and call it quits, boy you are wrong. You want to take your time on your resume because a resume can be one […]

How Are Career Breaks Looked At By Employers?

MENU MENU How Are Career Breaks Looked At By Employers In my previous role as a career coach, I recommended and forwarded the RESUME of a skilled lady who had taken a 7 year career break to a company who I thought she would bring great value to. The interview took place and the feedback […]

Stop Stressing When Writing Resumes

MENU MENU Stop Stressing When Writing Resumes Do you find it stressful to write your resume? I know that sometimes the hardest part of writing a resume can be deciding where to start. It’s hard to write about yourself, and it’s even tougher to begin to walk through your career when you haven’t had to […]

Are You Unemployed at the Moment?

MENU MENU Are You Unemployed at the Moment? Here are 10 things you can do: Build your network – connect with new people. Even if they reject you, it’s their loss.  Volunteer – if you have an unemployment gap it could help reduce it. Gain new skills – keep learning & growing. Find a mentor– […]