Photo of a wooden bridge

Channel Your Inner Branson: Leveraging Fear in Career Transition

In a conversation earlier this week with a few colleagues, we talked about how we define “courage.” Most of us identified with a loose definition of it as having a fear of something but doing it anyway, much like Sir Richard Branson’s book title Screw It, Let’s Do It. I like this approach because it’s
-> Continue reading Channel Your Inner Branson: Leveraging Fear in Career Transition

Post it notes with I know I can written on them

5 Ways to Build Self-Confidence During Career Transitions

During times of uncertainty, like we’re in right now, or when experiencing job loss, as many are going through these days, our self-confidence can really be damaged, especially when we’ve been hit with a setback that leaves us feeling hurt or confused. Our limiting beliefs about what we can or can’t do, should or shouldn’t
-> Continue reading 5 Ways to Build Self-Confidence During Career Transitions

Photo of a torn sign saying relevant

Taking Charge of Late-Career Transitions: 4 Ways to Find Fulfillment

One of the primary concerns that can come up with those looking to graduate to the next phase in their professional lives is the thought of being irrelevant, brushed aside, or idle if they decide to slow down and create more flexibility in the quantity or type of work they want to be doing. While
-> Continue reading Taking Charge of Late-Career Transitions: 4 Ways to Find Fulfillment