🚀 Is your job or small business at risk? - Issue #161. Has the pandemic negatively impacted your job? If so, a “career pivot” may be necessary if thin…
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🚀 Prepare your message and choose the right people - Issue #160. You should be lighting up your network every single week. Your career benefits from f…
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Audio for This Week's ChallengeListen now (11 min) | Your challenge this week was the first step in lighting up your professional network. In this episode, I talk about how to access…
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🚀 You can't afford to compete with everyone right now - Issue #159. You apply for a job, send your resume, but you never hear back. You may even make …
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🚀 Don't wait for people to reach out to you - Issue #158. There are harmonious ways to develop and nurture your network that make everything a win-win…
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Audio for This Week's ChallengeListen now (8 min) | Your challenge this week was to write a draft of your introductory email. In this episode, I talk about the do's and don'ts for th…
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🚀 Make the most of extra time in your day - Issue #157. I will help you successfully navigate the challenges you may be facing in your job due to unre…
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🚀 Don't waste a great opportunity - Issue #156. How will you describe what it is that you are seeking in your next career move? This isn’t the time to…
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Audio for This Week's ChallengeListen now (10 min) | Your challenge this week was to identify and deeply engage with ten people on social media. In this episode, I talk about why thi…
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🚀 When you lose the joy in your work - Issue #155. These are all signs that you may have been promoted too quickly. Or, perhaps you were promoted into…
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🚀 Tips for staying productive and healthy - Issue #150. “How can I stay productive when I’m working from home? I feel like I’m surrounded by so many d…
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🚀 Make your network more valuable - Issue #154. LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Quora, and even Instagram can be great places to follow people you admire…
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