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Plan to Master Your Time

Time management can be labeled the Achilles heel for many in the workplace. The need to master the process of how you manage your time can crystalize through missed deadlines, inaccurate completion of tasks, or lack of time to be available for your direct reports and colleagues. Whatever prompts your focus to master your time, your efforts must be rooted in planning. There are multiple time management strategies for you to review and test. ...
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Shift the Cycle and Propel

In your career, sometimes you will keep repeating select experiences until you learn the lesson. Mastering the takeaway will link you to the knowledge or skills that you need, and shift your professional cycle. Sometimes reluctance to embrace feedback is the cause. The feedback’s baseline is the same, although the circumstances and role that you’re in may be different. For others, it can be a mindset roadblock that’s ...
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Grit and Endurance, Practice It.

“Enthusiasm is common. Endurance is rare.” ~Angela Duckworth Dreamer is a descriptive word for many in the workplace. Goal-getting professionals are often meditating and dreaming of their next promotion. They spend dedicated time determining and following through to complete the next steps to accomplish their master career plan. Sometimes career journeys, gift unexpected roadblocks and detours. During the perceived setbacks, it is important ...
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Visualize Your Career Goals

“Self-investment is the best investment.” ~Rynette Upson-Bush Many professionals look at the new year as a fresh start, an opportunity to re-boot a personal best practice or develop an action plan to advance in their career. 2016 is days away. Exciting, prosperous things and opportunities await us all in the new year. It is important for you to have a business savvy approach about your career plan. The time is now to know what ...
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Student Mode Enhances Career Confidence

I recently decided that I wanted and needed to improve my meditation practice. There are projects for my Career Tipper brand, professional goals, and personal aspiration listings within my journal that I wanted clarity about making a positive, impactful, and everyday reality in my life. I realized that I desired to have a meditation coach, a mentor. The same week that I had this ‘aha moment’ the right meditation coach for me ...
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Be Consistent In the Midst of Change

There are few guarantees in life. There is one guarantee that very few would dispute, and that is change. Change is a part of our everyday life. We can change our food choices for the day. Change how we complete our daily agenda to increase productivity and results. Sometimes change can be refreshing to your soul. Other times, you may feel as if you’re completing the same monotonous routine and along the way you’re on the lookout ...
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Success Triggers Infuse Career Confidence

  I love success triggers. I surround myself with success triggers in my personal and professional environments. They keep me motivated, focused, and determined to accomplish my career goals. Incorporating the usage of success triggers into my everyday routine assists in attracting my aspirations to me like a magnet along with hard work and an appreciation of supporting resources. Success triggers is also a great way to help build and ...
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Be Global In Your View About Your Career Path?

As a career confidence coach, I encourage my clients to have a global view about their career path, and how they can keep their professional skills current and relevant. The compass of our global transactional marketplace and etiquette is consistently changing due to the evolution of technology and business best practices. Do you know what the dynamics of your current and desired profession or business are projected to be like in the future? ...
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Speak and Journal Your Way Out of Career Frustration

“Making a big life change is scary. But do you know what’s even scarier? Regret.” ~ Author Unknown It’s time to transform career frustration into career celebration. Yes, I know it’s a corny statement but it’s very true statement. You have no space in your day to dwell on anything that does not strengthen or empower you to develop to be better professionally. High stepping through career frustration may come with ease ...
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Your Next Career Shift Should Be Intentional

Have you ever found yourself subconsciously or consciously window shopping someone else’s career? Their career path or position seems to be shiny, bright, and if it had an Instagram account you would follow it. Some find themselves rethinking their current career path or wondering what exactly they could have done differently. Others have Happy by Pharrell Williams as a personal theme song because they are grateful to be getting paid ...