Having the vision is great, it really is but without a plan, without execution that vision remains nothing more than a fantasy. It’s the execution that turns it into an accomplishment. #ThursdayThoughts#Offerstage
Excited to be featured on the How to Lead Podcast with @KrisPlachy! In this episode we talked about How to Negotiate! ⠀
What you’ll learn from this episode:⠀
*What the most common limiting beliefs are that people have around their ability to ask for more money.⠀
*What elements we need to think about when we’re negotiating total compensation.⠀
*Steps to take in the salary negotiation checklist that have worked for my clients over and over again.⠀
*Recommendations for higher level executive leaders.⠀
*What I found to be the hardest part about leading and managing a team.⠀
*What I loved most about leading and managing a team.⠀
*Advice for people who are overwhelmed and don’t feel that they have time to do this stuff.⠀
Check it out: ⠀
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Have you found your #passion? Do not limit yourself: #Dream big. Once you know what you want, just start with the first step. You do not need to have your entire career path planned out. Just work hard towards your goal and enjoy the journey. ⠀
And do not forget to tell people what your dreams are. You will not be supported/considered for a position if nobody knows you would love to do it #womeninleadership#leadership#Career#careeradvice
Screw VIP, you're ready make real change in 90 days and be the Fucking Important Person you really are! 💯
You're truly ready to take control of your career and deal with roadblocks keeping you from your goals (even if one of them is not knowing WTF your goals even are!). You're up for a deep dive into personal one-on-one coaching sessions that lead to a full Career Design Plan and the confidence to execute. Together we'll define your goals and get you set up to achieve them!
What you get:
✔A true partnership in getting you to the next step ✔Crazy amounts of confidence
✔Insights into owning YOUR expertise
✔An understanding of your career roadblocks
✔An exploration into your next steps ✔A clearly defined Career Design plan
TL;DR This is for you if you are looking for some serious career change in just 90 days and you want a proven process to get you there. Includes LOTS of motivation, feedback and support. 💯
I have very limited spots left for F.I.P. Sessions before my books close until the new year! Get your spot by booking a free consult call today (link in bio). #FIP#VIP#career#success#careercoach#getup#careeradvice#careerdevelopment#careerblog#careergoals#jobsearch#careertips#careerchange#jobs#professional#makeachange#learn#newjob#careermanagement#coach#business#motivationstation
0 525 minutes ago
Today is the day! Now that the stress of the block is over, come hang out with the Career Center and work on all the job stuff you couldn’t get to during the block. 😉
Career Studio runs from 10am-2pm every Thursday of Block Break. This is your low-stress, dedicated time to work on resumes, cover letters, job applications, grad school prep, and more. Coaches will be on hand to answer questions, and tea and coffee will be on hand for brain fuel!
1 625 minutes ago
If you have worked with me before and had an opportunity to be coached be me...you know I go beyond the call of duty and the amount I am being paid.
My ultimate goal is to see every individual placed in front of me succeed. I'm your biggest cheerleader. I'll help you in every way possible put your best foot forward.
. I am officially launching Pre-Orders for the 2nd Edition of: "Dominate Your Career, A Professional Guide To Helping You Get The Job You Want!" This book is for you if :
If you are continually sending your resume and getting NO RESULTS, this is your book. If you need help with cracking the CODE and getting in front of the hiring managers...GET THIS BOOK!
In this book I will guide you through proven Resume, Interview, Job Searching, and Networking techniques that help you TARGET the job you want to have the career that you desire, which aligns with who you are.
It is designed as a guide that you will have a lifetime. One of the first and only resume tools of it's kind.
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1 526 minutes ago
Keeping an eye out for job opportunities can put you ahead of your competition. Become the king (or queen) of the job search jungle with tips in our 2018 Job Search Guide. (Link in bio).
"No one starts out as an amazing public speaker. The first time I spoke to hundreds of people I realized it’s a skill you have to work on. Now I love it. You can too." Merryn, MTH Founder #MadeToHire#CareerCoach#CareerAdvice#PDX
Who likes making cold calls?
Most sales people don’t, myself included, but it’s a necessary and effective tool for many. My sales coach always said, “You don’t have to like making cold calls, you just have to do them”. Cold calls and cold emails have landed me new clients and candidates. They have taught me how to think on my feet, built my confidence and thickened my skin.
Here are some points to remember when making cold calls: * Research before making your call. Know the decision maker, info about the company, their products, your competition etc.
* Have a list of questions ready.
* Shut up and listen.
* Don’t be robotic with a script. Be natural and conversational.
* Have a goal in mind e.g. Sale (obviously), Book a meeting, Names, etc.
* Have fun. Yes, you can.
Hi there! This is the team behind MamaHub 😊 providing you with support on how to nourish and flourish as a working mother.
We’ve got the new look SoulMama and CareerMama ready to launch, but with limited time due to @hellotriiyo and a team member who’s not much use yet 😘 I’m on the hunt for a like-minded mama who’d like to work with me on MamaHub and bring these out into the world.
If you like what MamaHub’s about and are interested in getting involved, please PM me. 🙏
Job searches 🔭 often take longer than we expect which can lead us to feelings of low self esteem, insecurity, and anxiety. How can we reduce or even prevent these feelings from taking over?... 🙌💪👩💻
1️⃣ Acknowledge, before you start your search, things may not go as planned, there will be some rejection, and that you can’t worry about the things you can’t control in the process.
2️⃣ Take charge of those things you do have control over(positive attitude, well developed LinkedIn profile and resume, professional references, interview prep, networking) and hold yourself accountable to being consistent and doing your best work in these areas.
3️⃣ Have someone to keep you accountable and to keep you positive.
4️⃣ Always focus on the goal and use feedback to get better - don’t let rejection or negative feedback set you back or distract you. .
📸: @cafecareercoach ☕️❤️
1 101 hours ago
Listen to Real Estate REality Check Episode 010 on rerealitycheck.com or Apple Podcasts. Link in bio.
At 3:25, Gene Spiegelman notes that focus is the most important aspect of developing a career. He also touches upon picking a discipline and then becoming a master of that discipline. At 5:00, Gene discusses planning with patience in mind, and beginning each week (and year) with a plan setting out objectives to accomplish your goals. At 6:23, he shares how his real estate career started with spending a day driving around shadowing a broker friend of his out canvassing industrial real estate properties on Long Island. Gene started out on a $200 per week draw at his first brokerage job upon graduation from the University of Maryland. At 8:10, he talks about pursuing his masters in real estate at New York University in the early 1990’s. At 9:14, Gene advises that “The best way to acquire knowledge is to listen.” At 10:24, he points out his love for libraries back in the day, and how research, listening and taking time to process is how one can gain knowledge. At 11:42, Gene notes that the risk in his move from Cushman & Wakefield to Ripco was calculated. He felt that staying in place in a very large organization was more of a risk. What appealed to him about the move was that he could touch and feel the business at Ripco and make a difference. At 14:12, Gene describes why he enjoys mentoring at both a professional and personal level, as well as building awareness and helping others who have celiac disease or other digestive disorders. At 16:05, he touches upon the opportunity to work and mold something with a great set of people in the entrepreneurial environment at Ripco. At 17:55, Gene discusses how occupiers are controlling the conversation today, and Ripco’s relationships with the “tenant community” (working with Target, Best Buy, etc.). At 20:08, he suggests not to make the mistake of pursuing the deal and not pursuing the client - one has to look down the road and pursue the larger objective. At 21:27, Gene dives into why he likes Public Enemy. At 25:36, Larry Haber talks about the “JIMI” experience, and Gene notes the power of people feeling good about...
“It’s not about the belief in oneself, it’s about the willingness to try.” - wise words via @melrobbinslive - Confidence is something we must continually work on and push ourselves to strengthen. Lesson of the day: go for it.
I have always struggled with taking sick leave unless I was practically at death’s door. I am not doing myself or my employer any favors by not taking care of myself. ⠀
#TBT to local TV
There’s a lot of ways into telly. It helps if your friends & family are rich & famous, if you bag a reality show or win a talent competition.
Alternatively you can be completely skint, graft for about a decade then get lucky.
You do you 👍
Full of flu. Full of flu meds. It’s been one hell of a day 😂 Grateful my bed is so close to me today! And so grateful for the worlds best team & this incredible VA (@chilliw66) who just takes everything in her stride 💛🙏🏻 #homeoffice#jozifluistherealdeal 😷😷
Rp from College Fashionista: We understand that starting at a new job can be beyond nerve wracking, but it doesn't have to be. Ease your mind with these easy, quick tips:
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Employee engagement is not an abstraction.
It’s not the result of some high-level program that lumps everyone together. -
It’s not a policy or process or program.
In my experience, engagement is the byproduct of a very personal relationship between an employee and a manager. -
It’s the result of a partnership based on fairness, opportunity, challenge, and development. -
We need to be careful not speak about engagement at the surface level only.
It kinda needs to be said! There's such a big appetite for entrepreneurship at the moment that it's easy to feel like you should be working on side hustles and building empires... whether you want to or not!
So, here's to those of you who want to work in a company and role you love... without the stress and responsibility that comes from running a business. Do you!😘 📷 @thegoodquote