Here’s what you’ll discover: You know you will eventually transition into the next phase of your career. Start taking these eight steps now so that your next best self will already be in motion — and in demand — by the time you’re ready to make the big jump.
What you’ll discover: As an older job candidate, the differentiating, competitive edge that you bring to the interview conversation will open up all sorts of great opportunities. You just need to see yourself as the prize, not the supplicant.
What you’ll discover: When it comes to exposing yourself to job-seeking advice, it’s super important to consider the source.
What you’ll discover: There’s a common drive that compels the characters of Outlander and inspires its millions of viewers, binding everyone to the cause of this great saga. Employers can harness that drive to serve their own company mission.
Here’s what you’ll discover: How to position your offerings so that clients wisely buy from you, instead of someone else.
Here’s what you’ll discover: The seven signs that will tell you whether you’re ready to get started on that book you’ve been wanting to write.
Here’s what I like about driving in the west (in addition to the long stretches of ribbon o’ highway that give me uninterrupted time to lose myself in great podcast episodes). It’s all about the old motels – those original rest stops from the 50s and 60s when entrepreneurs noticed that America was going places and needed a place to sleep on the way:
You pull into one end of town to get gas. But instead of hopping right back on the freeway, you decide to drive the entire length of the town on the old business route, and check out what’s going on. Out where I am, you get teepee motels, astro-aspirational motel signs from the 60s, a revived “hotel of the stars” where I hear you can get an amazing breakfast with a spectacular view of the butte and train tracks. All good stuff. Each one a reflection of someone’s big, personal dream.
Here’s what you’ll discover: The pros and cons of choosing to self-publish over relying on the traditional process that involves the big name commercial publishers.
Here’s what you’ll discover: How to make the most of great publicity opportunities by understanding the techniques interviewers use to bring out your best.