Landing Your Dream Job

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Success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of one's personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself or as the by-product of one's surrender to a person other than oneself.

-Victor Frankl

find your path

Like a road trip, a map and a plan are vital to getting where you want to go

I help clients develop a Career Strategic Plan to:

  • Determine your true interests and what really drives you

  • Create an inventory of your skills, experience, and accomplishments

  • Identify specific fields, jobs, and organizations that will provide what you want

  • Develop a search plan with specific steps and timelines

  • Write resumes and cover letters tailored to each job you apply for

  • Help prepare you for interviews which includes role playing

  • Assist you in evaluating offers and negotiating them for a win/win outcome

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Developing and implementing an action plan or road map is vital to successfully landing your dream job


Psychic Salary - I have worked with people from all walks of life land a job, win a promotion or a raise, change careers, or launch the business they’ve always dreamed about. I find it hugely rewarding when I successfully help someone find their path and start enjoying the "psychic salary" they have long sought. I have done it and while it may not be quick or easy I truly believe that everyone is capable of it. Psychic salary is all the qualitative aspects of the work we do: 


  • Feeling like what I do matters

  • Being part of something bigger than myself

  • The opportunity to serve others

  • Feeling appreciated by those I serve and work with

  • Working with people I truly like and trust

  • Being respected and recognized 

  • Feeling valued and respected by the company

  • Working in a place where having fun is encouraged


This list can go on, but you get the point. There is so much more to a job than money, perks, title, authority, or status.


While money shouldn’t be the primary driver in seeking a new position or career, it is certainly possible to do what you love and earn a good income. The reason is simple: we tend to like doing things we are really good at, and doing the things we are good at allows us to be successful.

"I got the job offer I was hoping for. So very happy to land with this amazing organization. Thank you for all your support and encouragement over the past several months. I truly appreciate and grateful for you helping me throughout this transition!"

- Dan J., Dental Products Sales Manager