The Cover of Hat Trick Magazine– That’s Me!

Hat Trick CoverJust in case you missed it, yes, that’s me on the cover of the UK’s Hat Trick Magazine for the month of July, talking about how when you change your story, you change your life.

Read all about here.

Four Reasons Why Failure is Your Friend

drowningThis week, I’ve been on the phone with quite a few clients who have been berating themselves for past choices– whether that’s the choice to take a job they now hate, or the choice to date someone who didn’t end up being the one.

I’m not a fan of self-abuse, let alone retroactively when there’s nothing we can do to change matters.

Instead, I’m all about integrating what failure is here to teach us. And it’s a lot.

Here’s four reasons why failure is, in fact, your friend. (more…)

Find a Job You LOVE. Today’s the day!

As you probably know, I’ve been working for a long time now to help folks like you find a job and career that they adore.

Of course, the problem is that I can only help so many people in one-on-one coaching, and not everyone can afford to coach privately.

But as of today, all that’s about to change.

Because TODAY, I’m opening Early Bird Registration for The Ultimate Job Seeker’s Toolkit, an online, self-directed course that will teach you EVERYTHING I KNOW about how to land a job in the new economy.


How Long Do YOU Intend to Wait?

hatemyjobIn early 2009, during a fit of spring cleaning, I made a gruesome discovery.

I found an old tote bag in the back of my closet, seemingly full of junk, the contents of which dated back to roughly 1999.

At the bottom of that bag was a book. The title now escapes me, but the theme was familiar.

It was something like . . .

“How to Be Happy at Work”


“What to Do When You’re Miserable on the Job”


“How to Deal with Horrible Bosses”

As I pulled that book out of the bag, I began to wonder how many other books I owned that shared the same theme.  Sure enough, when I went over to my bookshelf, there were literally dozens of books that fell into the category of “How to Cope When You Hate Your Job.” One of them I’d just bought the week before.

As I stood there, the dots began to connect in my mind, and a gruesome realization became manifest.