It’s September! The kids are starting school and there are only a few days left to linger on a terrace. Here in Montréal, we’re already pulling out our ‘tite laine for those chilly mornings and gearing up for the first days of fall. Let me ask you: how are you doing with your goals? September is a great
We work hard to obtain what we want but in certain areas of our lives, the changes just don’t seem to stick. In today’s article, I discuss how we can use habits to bring us the lasting change we desire.
Earlier this week, we discussed the Growth Mindset developed by Carol Dweck PhD. Let’s do a quick recap.
Perseverance can drive you to accomplish your goals. Is it something you are born with or can you develop it?
What does it mean to be selective in your job search?
I noticed something funny when I was originally researching this article. I wanted to address being happy in your job because many people are. Google felt the need to correct me, however: “How to know you are unhappy in your job”. It then provided me with a list of articles, each more compelling than the last,
Happy New Year! If you have decided that 2017 will be your year to find a new job, your résumé or curriculum vitae will be top of mind. If you are looking to tweak or update your résumé, feel free to check out my Résumé Hacks articles One thing that can take your résumé to the
For those who have had a mentor in the past, you know the good that they can bring to your growth and development in a given area, or help with your general understanding of your organization. If you have never had a mentor, might I suggest that 2017 be the year that you keep your
In a few short weeks, people will be making their resolutions for 2017. Personally, I don’t believe in resolutions: I believe in goal setting. Goals are important because they are the guiding principles that help us determine what actions to take in the present moment. If your goal is to be promoted, then you inherently