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Career management is an ongoing, life-long process of investing in yourself to achieve your career goals. The career management process begins with setting career goals then continually working to advance and further your career goals. The articles on our blog will help you with all aspects of your career planning, goal setting, and ongoing career management.

Are You Thinking Too Small When It Comes to Your Career Dreams?

Think small and you'll get small things. Think big and you'll have big successes, big experiences, and big achievements. You may read that and wonder why you haven't realized your career dreams. After all, you've been thinking big and

By |2022-09-21T21:32:41+00:00September 21st, 2022|Career Management, Personal Marketing|

Tips to Change Careers and Position Yourself for a Job in a New Industry

Most professionals seek to change careers at least once during their professional lives. But that fact does little to quell the nerves of those who are considering a similar move. Even when jobs are disappointing and unfulfilling, they still

By |2022-08-01T10:25:48+00:00August 1st, 2022|Career Management|

How To Find, Pursue & Win Freelance Work Opportunities

As of 2021, there were approximately 58 million freelancers in the U.S., comprising more than 1/3 of the U.S. workforce, and another 10 million professionals are considering entering what has become known as the gig economy. While this

21 Inspirational Quotes to Help You Stay Motivated During a Tough Job Search

Even when unemployment is low and it is a job hunters’ market, some job searches are more challenging than others. You don’t want to just take any job. You want to find the right job. And sometimes it can

12 Astonishingly Effective Ways to Lower Your Social Anxiety When Job Searching

If even the thought of job searching and all the networking it will require makes you feel anxious, you aren’t alone. Social anxiety when job searching is a problem for many people. If you’ve ever gone to an event

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