How to Set Your Best Career Goals for 2014

When do you set your career goals? Because my birthday is in December, the month of December has always been my preferred time to reflect the year ending, and then to set goals for the year ahead. As someone who tends to be very goal oriented, it can be tempting for me to overlook the . . . → Read More: How to Set Your Best Career Goals for 2014

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How to Find Your Passion (Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 3)

Live A Better Life Newsletter (Tools and Tips for Intentional Living)

Volume 2 Issue 3, January 18, 2010 How to Find Your Passion Subscribe now!

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Happy 2010! How to Find Your Passion Recommended Resources Contact Me About this Newsletter

Happy 2010!

Do you know what your . . . → Read More: How to Find Your Passion (Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 3)

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Take Time to Reflect

We are nearing 2010, can you believe it? Amid the holiday chaos we all experience, it’s good to steal some spare moments and reflect on how the year has gone.

What were your goals for 2009? Think back on what you hoped for, dreamed for, and set out to achieve this year. What did you . . . → Read More: Take Time to Reflect

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Just Don’t Quit (Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 2)

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Volume 2 Issue 2, October 26, 2009 Just Don’t Quit Subscribe now!

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Enough Already! Just Don’t Quit Recommended Resources Contact Me About this Newsletter

Enough Already!

We all have times when we feel overwhelmed or exhausted from our efforts, and . . . → Read More: Just Don’t Quit (Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 2)

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Setting Goals that Inspire You

How do you set goals for your life? Would you like to set goals that excite you, that inspire you to take action? Goals are a very personal thing. It is important to identify what you want, goals that are right for you. Not goals that are fly by night fantasies from a magazine article . . . → Read More: Setting Goals that Inspire You

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Client Stories

When I first met Lori, I was in a rut. Having spent 25 years in the same industry, I was bored, max’d out and didn't know what to do next.  I was pigeon-holed into an industry that I was not so fond of, and saw no way to get out.  I felt trapped. Lori understood my predicament, as she had seen it all before -- she was sympathetic, but resolute in knowing that she could help me find answers.  I took great solace in that! 

Through several sessions and dozens of exercises, I began to get a clearer picture of who I am, and where my strengths and talents truly lie.  Working with Lori, I was able to translate that understanding into updated, targeted resumes that quickly produced interviews and gave me the confidence to express myself better than ever before. 

Consulting a Career Coach should be mandatory for anyone in today's work force, and Lori is the best at her profession.

Robert J. Norris, Warrenville, IL