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Get Unstuck and 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 how to negotiate for a win/win outcome

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


I have helped 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 can assist someone in finding their path and enjoying the psychic salary they have long sought. And I believe that everyone is capable of that. By psychic salary I am referring to all the qualitative aspects of the work we do; these include:


  • Feeling like what I do matters

  • Being part of something bigger than me

  • Working with people I truly like and trust

  • Being respected and recognized as someone who serves others

  • Feeling appreciated by those I serve and work with

  • Feeling valued and respected by the company

  • 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, and title 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.

People in their 40’s and 50’s tell me, "I can’t change professions now; I’ve been doing this for 25 years." So I ask, who decided you would be a dentist or an engineer? The response is often "I decided when I was 18." And now you’re 50? Would you go to an 18-year-old for advice on what you should be doing with your life? "Of course not". Then why are you still listening to that 18-year old?  -Dr. Wayne Dyer

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