Posts Tagged ‘career coach’

Recruiters and Shoes

Recruiters are invaluable in today's hard pressed economy.  They expertly place  "round peg" employees in the "round holes" that employers currently have open. Optimum  matches are their forte'.  Recruiters work in all sorts...

3.2 million jobs..

.. Or some such figure was talked about by an employment expert on the news today.  A big example was long-haul truck drivers, the big-riggers, 18-wheelers.   American companies are ready,...

10,000 in USA Retire Each Day.

Right. Boomers stepping into retirement. Some have long awaited the opportunity  and some are forced to "Retire" by layoffs or economic downturns, as they are called. When we were kids retirement held the picture...

Can Spirituality Define “Progress?”

We humans have a constant drive to match what we do with who we are.  Fulfilling this inner calling to express who we are in what we're doing defines our 'next...

My New Direction

From now on my coaching is aimed at Jobs  .  Employment  .  Career  .  and especially for Baby Boomers and Christians or any one who seeks an alignment of their values...

In lieu of Easter?

I was referred lately to Frank Schaeffer's vision of a revised Christianity based on his own perspecitve that Christianity is failing.   I may offend many here writing in Holy Week,...

Trayvon is gone! What Else? What’s Next? What Now?

These days, so many people are searching for answers to these questions.  They alarm us!  Coherence seems to have gone out of our lives.  Everybody's blaming everybody else or acting the victim to...

“Wait, Who’s In Charge Here?”

Who's in charge here?  Of your life, your purpose, today and for the foreseeable future?  Is it YOU or some old beliefs that you just don't need or want around...

“Who Are Those Guys?”

Remember  the tireless posse chasing Paul Newman and Robert Redford in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid?"  Tenacious and great trackers, they never slackened in their pursuit.  And because the posse wouldn't stop and couldn't be escaped,...

“It was in my mouth the whole time”

Ever miss something right before your very eyes?  Today, while I put away the ingredients to the sandwich I'd just made, I looked for the missing twist-tie to my bag...