Be the CEO of Your Career

I worked in Corporate America from high school graduation until I left 15 years later to pursue my interest in Executive Coaching. I loved every minute of those days and had an active progression through the ranks, making hundreds of lifelong contacts.

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Can’t Get Started Writing?

How to Get Off the Blank Page

Nothing is more intimidating than staring at a blank page when an article, resume, bio, or speech is due. That first word, sentence, or paragraph can take hours to come to mind. I never try to write on a blank page.

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Functional Meeting Participation

Guaranteed

A high point in my growth as a leader was the opportunity to run board meetings. I developed some highly effective facilitation strategies in my corporate position as a member of a companywide Advisory Council. Our group represented staff across the country and my role was to lead employee action committees representing a site of 2000.

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Interviewer Forgot My Name

But Remembered My Story

Whether you’re selling a product or service or presenting yourself in a job search, storytelling is your best strategy for powerfully enrolling others in your goal. Find me someone who will remember the facts from your resume and I’ll be surprised, but a well-told story is a memory that can last a lifetime.

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Make the Most of Every Call

When I was eight my mother overheard me answering the house phone and telling a caller that my father was not at home. I got a lecture for giving out personal information to a stranger.

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Move It or Lose It

How Physical Exertion Aids Productivity

The stress of an impending deadline can either stimulate or paralyze a person. I usually find that pressure motivates me simply because I’ve got no choice but to perform and deliver.

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Stop Killing Your Relationships

It is as ancient as time itself and has many names. In business, they call it “The Water Cooler Conversation”; in a social setting, it is labeled as “Gossip”; while the children’s game is known as, “Whisper Down the Lane”.

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Trick Yourself to Succeed

I have accomplished some very interesting and diverse goals over the years and many people see me as a courageous risk-taker. Actually, the opposite is true, because as a business strategist, I carefully plan every move.

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Why I Won’t Edit Your Resume

People frequently ask me to review their resumes. Who could blame them, I’ve been writing resumes since 1999, so certainly, I can give a few pointers. In my experience, I have found it is usually more work to try to edit a document than creating a new one. When I create a great resume, I follow a strategic path.

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