Cash Flow During Your Job Search [Watch the Video!]

Do you have the cash you need while you are looking for a new job? Will you be able to pay your bills? Watch this video to find ideas about setting up a cash flow calendar. Do you have a financial plan to help carry you through your job search? Whether you are actively looking … Continued

You Only Have 4 Options to Find Your Next Job

When you start looking for a new job, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed about how to begin. Do you want to work someplace else? What type of job do you want to have next? What are you dissatisfied with? What is prompting you to make a change? You might feel like you have … Continued

Don’t Judge a Person Because of an Employment Gap

I once talked with a man who had been a stay-at-home dad for seven years, but wanted to go back to work. Prior to this, he had been the Chief Financial Officer at a company. His wife died in childbirth, leaving him with two special-needs twin boys. As he was in a good financial position, … Continued

Differences Between Job Titles, Roles, & Duties

I have a client who was once hired as an Office Assistant, but was in the process of taking on a larger and more complicated role in her company. I helped her negotiate a new title of Office Manager to reflect this change. It was important to be clear what she did and who she … Continued

Your Personality Should Be a Good Fit for Your Job

As a resume writer and career coach, I run into many clients who dislike their job, but don’t know why. Sometimes it all has to do with personality.  When Someone’s Personality is Not a Good Fit for the Job I could not do a job that required me to be calm, cool, and collected. I … Continued

Who You Talk With At Your Job Is Actually Important

There are many ways to describe how you contribute to your company. Yes, your specific job duties can be stated in a formal job description, but a role defines where you are in the company’s structure. What do you actually do? Who do you talk with?  WHAT IS YOUR JOB AND YOUR ROLE?  Sometimes, perspective … Continued