Celebrate Your Successes!

Do you celebrate your success – as you experience it? I’ve noticed a recurring theme with many of my clients. They are typically very hard workers – really willing to do whatever it takes to get the life they want, the live out their purpose(s). And I am always reminding them to stop, take a . . . → Read More: Celebrate Your Success – Celebrate All Your Successes

Stabilize your Core

In working with my clients – and looking at my own inner workings – I have developed this theory that we all have a set of things – that make up our core – or our foundation. These are those things or areas of our life that provide us with a sense of security, safety, . . . → Read More: Stabilize your Core

Guarantee Your Success in 2014

In my last article, I gave you a quick assessment to help you think about what it would take for 2014 to be your best year ever in your career and life. I hope that gave you some ideas on what you really want to change or accomplish this year in your career (whether you . . . → Read More: Guarantee Your Success in 2014

Could 2014 Be Your Best Year Ever?

January marks the beginning of a new year. With the winter months looming ahead, this is a good time for new goals and fresh starts. So I have a question for you: What would it be like if 2014 became your best year ever in your job or career?

Let’s start with a quick assessment . . . → Read More: Could 2014 Be Your Best Year Ever?

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

What's in your core?

Are you on the fast track to job or career burnout? Many of my clients are somewhere along the track to burnout and want to turn things around. The challenge when you are burning out is that you are likely to feel tired, drained, or depleted of energy to make any kind of change. You . . . → Read More: What’s in your core?

Quick Assessment of Why You Hate (or Love) Your Job

I have a lot of conversations with people who feel very frustrated and unhappy in their jobs, only they don’t know why. I felt this way in the past about my job, but I didn’t have someone to talk to who could help me figure out what to do. So I am glad to have . . . → Read More: Quick Assessment of Why You Hate (or Love) Your Job

Top 10 Ways to Cope with Job Transition

Job and career transitions can be stressful—no matter the cause (e.g. a layoff, a new job or working extra hours because others were laid off). If you’re facing one, consider the following.

1. Take an honest look at yourself. What are your values, strengths, skills, and passions? How might those positively influence your transition? Take . . . → Read More: Top 10 Ways to Cope with Job and Career Transition

The 5 Members You Need for Your Professional Support System

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If I were to ask you about your support system, odds are you’d immediately think of family members and close friends, the people . . . → Read More: The 5 Members You Need for Your Professional Support System

Craving Balance? Take this Quiz!

Does trying to maintain balance in your life make you feel like a tightrope walker? If so, you’re not alone. Most of us have so many demands on our time and energy that life can feel like a three-ring circus. I’d estimate that at least 90% of the people I talk with about career transformation . . . → Read More: Craving Balance? Take this Quiz!

Client Stories

At the time I hired Lori, I was looking for someone to help me develop a resume which focuses on career transitions.  I had hired a coach who did not hear a word I said and sent me a resume that was totally wrong.  Lori, on the other hand, did listen to what my needs were and asked me pointed questions.  I decided to work with her and never regretted this decision. Lori helped develop two resumes which highlighted skills needed for two different types of positions.  She was easy to work with, took all my comments into consideration, and made the appropriate revisions.  In the end, I received two resumes which I was totally happy with.  I would recommend Lori without hesitation.  She is a true professional and a delight to work with.

Marsha Weil, New York, NY