January 27, 2021

How to Network During the Coronavirus Pandemic

2020 has become synonymous with a collective death rattle, psyche damage and sense of impending doom. Over the last eight months millions of individuals have lost […]
July 17, 2019
Lost. Found. Searching. What to Do with My Life.

What to Do With My Life? Here are 4 Steps to Figure it Out

“What to do with my life?” This is the question to drives people to career coaches, therapists, and spiritual leaders. Figuring out what to do with […]
August 28, 2018

Career Q&A: How do I get noticed in a highly competitive field?

Q: I’m looking for high-salaried work and I don’t know how to stand out from the competition. A: When people think about standing out in the […]
May 30, 2018

How to Stay Motivated During a Job Search

When you’re looking for work or trying to change careers, you may have come across a common challenge: demotivation! Rejections, radio silence, tedious cover letters, and […]
February 10, 2018

Common Challenges when Pursuing Social Impact Careers (and what to do about them)

People who want to make an difference in the world have often been underserved by career guidance. Our values and our idealism have been scorned as […]
December 21, 2017

6 Strategies to Beat the Job-Search Blues

I still remember the isolation and loneliness of my last major job search. I had just gotten back from the Peace Corps so I was facing […]
December 12, 2017

The Benefits of Positive Peer Pressure and Your Job Search

  If you’re anything like me, there have been hundreds of times (if not more) where you have tried to improve something about your life. This […]
December 4, 2017

6 Steps to Building Your Community

Networks are pretty consistently the number one tool in finding jobs and building businesses. As far as the ability to get you employed, networks are more […]
December 3, 2017

A Winning Elevator Speech is Simply Talking about What you Want

The elevator speech gets a lot of emphasis as a needed tool for job seekers and business owners alike. However, I think that the elevator speech […]