Posts Tagged as: career counselor

how i cultivate creativity

Creativity is in being. And if you’re not connected to your beingness, life will always feel harder than it needs to. Time and time again, when life feels really, really hard (and it does sometimes), it’s because I’m blocked from my creativity. I can only see the thing I’m looking at one way, when what…

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April 18, 2018 tagged as:

do you think you’re lazy even though your work tires you out?

I’ve had more than a few clients, after working together for a little while, suddenly start to accuse themselves of absolute laziness. Their lives aren’t moving in the direction they want to be moving in. Even though they really want it to. In reality, they swat away the suggestions or ideas or inspirations that might…

when a career counselor career transitions

When I started this website and online library (I don’t like the word ‘blog’), I didn’t know what it would become. I was a Career Counselor and that’s all I knew. And then I started to write articles … about career counseling. I worked one-on-one with clients (still do) and did cameos in corporations that…

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September 17, 2017 tagged as:

5 signs you should’ve never taken that job

Job offers are seductive. You feel so rewarded for all that effort. You won. You’re the one out of all the other possible applicants that got offered the job. You even celebrated this fact with a night out, a new outfit, or a toast. But as we all know, the high of receiving the job…

the art of career storytelling (for better resumes, interviews, and self-awareness)

As you know, most people don’t like working on their resume content. The endless tinkering can feel asinine. If that’s how you feel though, you’re in the right place. Because refining resume content ought to increase, rather than decrease which is often the case, self-understanding and confidence. I think we’ve all had the experience of…

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September 23, 2016 tagged as: ,

the secret to writing unique, professional, and intriguing resume bullets

Let me guess … you don’t like resume writing. And I wouldn’t blame you. There’s a lot riding on crafting resume content. To elaborate on why this is so important, your resume content gives employers information about your self-esteem, what you get offered in the way of renumeration should you receive a job offer, in…

how to create and amazing resume letterhead (part 3)

If you’re just joining this series specifically on resumes, click here. Rebecca’s letterhead and design story: Rebecca was an Engineer and believed that in her field, employment applications looked and sounded a certain way. No exceptions. To deviate from the look and feel of what was expected in a resume was to risk not getting…

magic questions (for self-realization)

Sometimes something is bugging you, but you can’t quite figure out what it is. Exactly. You circle around it, but it’s in the centre and obscured. Maddeningly so. When this is the case, a lot of times that means that the answer lies in being asked the right question(s) that reveal you to you. And…

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February 1, 2016 tagged as: ,

are you paid to be nice at work?

Grade 11 was the worst year of my life. Knowledge that my step-father had sexually abused me when I was younger reached the authorities and I was going to have to testify in court. At about the same time my boyfriend had broken up with me and I had no idea why. I was interviewed…

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November 25, 2015 tagged as:

how to create an amazing resume letterhead (part 2)

Want Part 1 first? Here it is. Corey’s resume letterhead and story: When Corey and I started work on her resume she claimed that her work history had no rhyme nor reason to it. She’d done a little of this, a little of that, and some other stuff too. And if you didn’t know any…

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October 26, 2015 tagged as: ,
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