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My Generation X Confession When I made my most recent career change, I was also studying in an intense masters program. I managed to make a smooth transition and continue to get bigger and better consulting projects all while coaching and going to grad school. Being 37 and 38 in grad school surrounded by people […]

Yes, I know I’m a career coach. I should be super concerned with your resume! Here’s the thing people: It’s 2015. You can find out the goods digitally about someone in three seconds and in a much more condensed way than just five years ago. You’ve got to train your mind out of the “I […]

Change freaks people out. It just does. Career change is not about changing jobs. Similar to how losing weight is not about counting calories. It’s an entire lifestyle change. As a two-time career changer I can tell you it is scary, but I also know it’s possible. In my experience coaching people directly about career […]

If there is anyone who knows how to do networking right, it’s my new friend Jenny Powers. Jenny and I met at an entrepreneurial women’s conference last year. The founder and CEO of Running with Heels, a women’s networking community, Jenny is CRUSHING IT by connecting amazing women in a most interesting and entertaining fashion. […]

Jobs and cocktails…sounds like…happy hour! In 2014 it’s hard to find a person doing JUST ONE thing for money. In the land of startups, online businesses, the lure of entrepreneurship, it seems everyone has something going on this side. So just who is your career mistress? Who’s lurking “on the side?” Our passions are NOT […]

How exciting is this? When you love what you do, you just can’t help but invent new things to help people. So what the heck is Sound Change and isn’t everyone on the Internet claiming to be a coach? Well first – YES. It takes about 100 bucks and 20 minutes to call yourself a […]