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Overview from the CDI Summit (think networking & food)

Hello. I am back from being GONE. And when I say ‘gone’ I mean at a conference. THE conference. Career Directors International’s Summit 2009. It was fabulous. To top off a weekend of learning, networking, fun and enormous amounts of food, the setting was beautiful. And of course, as soon as I returned to Michigan,… Read more »

"I'm Laid Off??"

Editors Note: Kristi Musgrave is a colleague and friend of mine, as well as today’s Guest Blogger. She has oodles of management experience as well as interesting stories to share. Enjoy! ++++ “I’m laid off?” I couldn’t believe it. I had worked for a large biopharmaceutical manufacturer for six years. I loved my job. I… Read more »

Good Things Come to Those Who Ask

Jack Canfield is one of my favorite success coaches and a pioneer in the “change your thoughts, change your life” mindset. He speaks from experience, going from making $8000 a year as a teacher, to making multi-millions as an international speaker and coach. His techniques are simple and very effective. I’ve seen my own business… Read more »

Definition of Thought Leadership

               WHAT IS A THOUGHT LEADER (and is it YOU?)                What is a Thought Leader? Lately I’ve had clients discussing this topic with me and wondering what my take was on the term. So, I decided to do some research on the subject and see what others had to say about it.  … Read more »

Daily Disciplines for Effortless Success

Daily Disciplines for Effortless Success Today’s post is from my all-time favorite motivational speaker, Jack Canfield!! Most of you know I am a huge fan of the Law of Attraction. I have used it in my life for about 2 years (on and off) and have seen my income triple. Seriously. I was initially drawn… Read more »

My 10-Year Rez-i-Versary!

MY 10 YEAR Rez-I-Versary! I woke up this morning and thought, hmmm, what’s different? Then out of nowhere came a flash of memory– 10 years ago this month I started at the Career Center and everything in my career life changed. Up until then, I had been in college and worked as a manicurist at… Read more »

Informational Interviews

Informational Interviews get a bad rap from job seekers –This is a great article for high school or college students wondering about their career choices, as well as for job seekers— Erin Kennedy, CPRWFor many job seekers, information interviewing seems too much like groveling. “Who am I kidding?” says one unemployed chief financial officer. “Everyone… Read more »