Posts Tagged ‘featured’

The Power of Inertia

Inertia, simply put, is the tendency for physical objects in motion to remain in motion. It may be a principal we all learned in high school physics, but it applies to our personal and professional lives every day. Staying acti...

Motivation, Change, and Balance.

  Part of my job as a fitness professional is to inspire others to try, achieve, and grow.  Whether a measured fitness goal or a sustainable lifestyle change, I work to direct my clients toward the path to success.  I ad...

Equipping Yourself for a Short Unemployment Phase

In the working world, if one thing is certain, it’s that nothing ever seems certain. From individuals facing lay-offs to unexpected circumstances, a career can go from seemingly thriving to falling short in an instant. If you...


Fall Style: Classic Vs Statement

We all have our “go-to” signature style, and it usually falls somewhere between making a statement or keeping it classic. I would like to think I’m a good balance of both, but I know many of my friends that st...

3 Things To Do Before You Adopt a Pet

  With an estimated 83 million households owning pets in the US, the pet industry is one of the most prosperous, even when the economy stinks. In fact, during the last economic downturn, sales of premium pet products and s...

Courageous Communication: The Trick to Managing Up

Everyone (for the most part) has a boss, or is a boss, oftentimes both. Even those of us who work well with our bosses can attest to times where things are not flowing correctly. I recently went to a lecture hosted by Elizabeth...


4 Tips to Rise Above Negativity at Work

Do you work in an environment where you feel that the tension can literally be cut with a knife? Spending eight to nine hours per day in an environment that you perceive as negative and stressful can take a toll on a Career Gir...

A Powerful Technique to Create a Resume That Hiring Executives will Rave About – Part One

I am guessing that you are reading this article because you are among the 70% of the US workforce that is unhappily employed.  And, therefore, are contemplating whether to start looking or, you have already started a full-blo...

Earbuds and the Office

  Office space arrangements come in many sizes and shapes these days. Where once there were only grey cubicles and corner offices, there are now shared spaces, open floor plans with breakout areas, cubicles with low walls,...


Fall Essentials

Here in Boston, it seems that the seasons changed as quickly as I flipped my calendar to September. My feelings toward fall are a mix of love and complete suspicion. The love part may be easy to understand. We bid adieu to the ...