Embrace Change, the Opposite is Stagnation

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Dealing with forced change I’ve just recently realized that my personal livelihood depends on change. I’d never really thought about my career from this perspective before, but it’s true.

I am a corporate consultant by trade; specializing in IT Financial engagements. I assist clients with transitions of all types: mergers and acquisitions, internal system upgrades, compliance induced modifications.

9 Habits of Successful Women You Can Do, Too!

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Chances are you already know her, the woman you aspire to become. In fact, she lives inside you – always has. You want to be her, spend each day with her, celebrate her successes, and learn from her failures. Practice these nine habits to bring your best self to the surface and begin living the life of your dreams.

Prevention of Overwhelm

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Stressed Woman feeling overwhelmed

I had a meltdown yesterday …

Ok, so I have to admit there are times that I have my moments of meltdown. Yesterday I had one of those moments. A moment where the overwhelm of everything going on in my life … coaching calls, event preparation, collaboration work, product releases, sales calls, confirmations, emails, marketing, going home to see Mom for two weeks … all of it suddenly came crashing down on me.

5 Signs Change Is On The Horizon

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Planning for big changes at work Bob Dylan famously sang, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” He was referring to the ‘60s upheaval, not the rapidly changing corporate culture of our day. In your professional environment, it’s crucial to constantly take stock of how the wind is blowing and prepare for change.

Working on an All-Male Team

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working on an all male team Even in 2017, male-dominated workplaces are common in many industries. Finding yourself as the only woman on a team of men has some perks (such as your pseudo-private restroom), but being the sole woman among men can produce some unique challenges (such as commonly being mistaken for the group’s assistant).