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J is for a Job You Love

There is a popular saying that says, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” I think there is some truth to that, don’t you? So, do you love the job you’re at? If you can answer yes to that, then great! You can stop reading now. But if you answered no, then I have a few points for you to consider. A CAREER WITH PURPOSE You may be feeling restless in...

I is for Interview Tips

The idea of interviewing for a new position is understandably intimidating. But you don’t need to be nervous, as long as you follow these easy tips. A Good Interview Starts Days Before In the days leading up to your interview, there are a few things that you can do to set yourself up for success. First, re-read the job description and mentally link your experience with the skills the company is looking for. When you’re inevitably asked in the interview what...

G is for Godly Goals

I have a feeling that for many of my readers, the idea of Godly Goals might be a foreign concept. Goals are just goals, right? Well, not so fast. In a recent conversation with a dear friend, she told me that she was in a knitting competition with one of her acquaintances. At first, her competitiveness came roaring alive but for all the wrong reasons. The passive aggressiveness of her competitor got the better of her, and soon she found...

F is for Financial Freedom

You may hear “financial freedom” and think independently wealthy, and while that is one way to define it, it’s not the only way.  Being financially free means the ability to maintain your current lifestyle without the support of a regular paycheck. In this article, I’m not going to give you a five-step plan to be a millionaire by the time you retire. There are plenty of resources like that out there already. What I am going to provide you with,...

E is for Education

My all-time favorite saying is, “You don’t have to have a degree to have an education.” I’m not sure if I came up with the quote or if I heard it somewhere, but either way, it resonated deeply within me. It took me 17 years after high school graduation to earn my Bachelor’s degree. While I went to school on and off during those years, I was constantly learning. My informal education includes hundreds of books on health, natural healing...

C is for Career

What's the Difference Between a Job and a Career? Have you ever thought about the difference between a job and a career? While we often use those words interchangeably, there is a distinct difference between the two. One of the easiest ways to tell if you’re working a job or a career is to examine your mindset. Are you working this position as just a means to an end?  Do you work just to support your basic needs but aren’t passionate...

B is for Balance

Feeling Balanced is About Effective Time Management In today’s current work environment, many of us are working from home part-time or full-time. I know I am not the only person struggling to focus at home when my kid needs help with something, or the laundry needs switching out, or I think of something late at night, and decide to get a jump-start on tomorrow. When I constantly allow myself to be interrupted, I am not nearly as effective as I could...

What Companies Want

Job seekers, do you know “What Companies Want” when it comes to finding the perfect candidate for a position. You are going to love the advice our experts give to help you stand out against the competition. In Episode 14 of “Your Story Within Podcast,” as part of April’s Ask an Expert series, two experts joined us. Jessica Visek is a certified resume writer and owns a company called Your Resume Partner. Brenda Neckvatel is an award-winning human resources expert...

Asking for a Raise

If you are uncomfortable with the idea of asking for a raise, you’re not alone. Why is it so difficult to assess our strengths, then ask someone else to recognize our worth monetarily? The fear of rejection is real. Being rejected after asking for a raise can sew seeds of doubts about our value as a professional. That’s a challenging situation to put yourself in, and it’s no wonder why many people avoid asking for a raise. But don’t...

Creating a Stellar LinkedIn Profile

Every Thursday I stream a live video podcast, called “Your Story Within” that focuses on topics to help authors, job seekers, business owners, and other professionals. You can find all podcasts on my author website. In the month of April, the focus is on helping Job Seekers find jobs through a series I am calling  “Ask An Expert.” In Episode 13 of “Your Story Within Podcast,” I was joined by special guests, Thomas Powner, owner of Career Thinker, and Annette...