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  The Iceberg Illusion and Why Career Comparison Sucks
by Stacey Lane - Nov, 2015
I know many professionals find that comparing themselves – their performance, their results, and their career trajectory – to others’ helps keep them sharp. They use it as a gauge of how well they’re doing or where they want to be. I’m not a fan of comparison, even though I catch myself doing it on a regular basis. Comparison erodes self-esteem (who’s “better?”) and it disconnects you from your sense of self (full of “shou...
 
  Why Do We Resist Change?
by Marshall Goldsmith - Nov, 2015
Because we’re deluded! We all delude ourselves about our achievements, our status, and our contributions. We Overestimate our contribution to a project; Have an elevated opinion of our professional skills and standing among our peers; Exaggerate our project’s impact on profitability by discounting real and hidden costs. Many of our delusions come from our association with success, not failure. We get positive reinforcem...
 
  Critical Knowledge Holders: Are You One?
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2015
Every now and then, we hear about the large number of employed people who are on the verge of retiring and the risk to their employers of having irreplaceable knowledge walk out the door with them. Yet it seems to me that not enough companies are taking positive steps to meet this challenge before it becomes an epidemic. It does occur to me that I might not know everything that’s going on “out there,” so I could easily be m...
 
  Give, Give, Get in Life and Career!
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Nov, 2015
My life and career philosophy focuses on authentically giving to others. As the recipient of priceless wisdom and generosity from others throughout my life, I want to share ideas that will help you focus on paying-it-forward. When You Give – You Also Receive – Consider how you can give of your time, talent, or treasure to others. The more you give away, the more comes back to you in the karmic circle of life. Consider how y...
 
  Is Your Body Language Costing You A Promotion?
by Melody Wilding - Nov, 2015
For the past two months, you’ve had your eye on that promotion. It’s between you and your colleague, and you really want the job. So you put in crazy hours, deliver top-notch work, and take on extra projects to show your work. You don’t see any reason it shouldn’t go to you. But then time comes for the promotion to be announced, it goes to your colleague instead. What could possibly have gone wrong? Turns out, it may tot...
 
  When I started focusing on the right things
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Nov, 2015
My husband recently summed up a work-life conversation, saying, “It’s a funny thing, but when you start focusing on the right things, everything else starts falling into place.” I cling to this, as I pursue a new phase in my journey. Just seven months ago, I felt adrift as frustration began seeping into my foundation. My resume and career storytelling business was booming, and life at the lake with my husband was an actu...
 
  3 Reasons Your Consultant Brand Is Failing
by Abby Locke - Nov, 2015
Congratulations! You took the brave step and leaped into the world of free agents. After years and years of experience in the corporate world, you decided it was time for you to call your own shots. That's good...but why are you not experiencing the same success. Sure, working on your own and having to market yourself is hard...but you did so successfully as a corporate executive, so what is really wrong now? When you sw...
 
  6 Ways You Can Stop Being a People Pleaser (That Don’t Involve Shouting “No!”)
by Melody Wilding - Nov, 2015
Has anyone ever accused you of being a people pleaser at work? You might have felt put off, thinking, “Yeah, I like making sure everyone in the office is happy. What’s wrong with that?” The answer? Nothing. It’s admirable to be a pleasant co-worker and a leader who helps others be successful. In fact, individuals labeled as “people pleasers” are often kind and have honorable intentions. They usually accept heavier workloads...
 
  Are You A Leader-Learner
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2015
Or should that be “Learner-Leader”? Anyway, the question basically is, as a leader, are you pretty much always learning or have you decided that you already know what you need to know to get your job done? I just had a client describe herself as a lifelong learner–and this isn’t the first time I’ve run across that concept. In fact, I’ve applied it to myself as well. To me, learning new things helps keep my brain energized a...
 
  Being aware of your time focus can boost your career
by Beverly Jones - Nov, 2015
I felt refreshed at the end of a phone call with a client I’ll call “Mark.” It wasn’t just because Mark, like many of my clients, is smart and likeable. What made the conversation energizing was listening to a person whose orientation to the continuum of time is so nicely balanced. Mark is comfortable with his past and has fond memories of growing up within a big family. Of course, he has experienced career bumps over the y...
 
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