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Have You Given Up On Yourself?

If you have been out of work or underemployed for a long time, it is difficult to maintain any sort of ambition, momentum, or hope around attaining the kind of work that feeds your soul and affords you a comfortable living. I should know. Although I have been working steadily (thank all the gods of […]

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Aging Workforce – A Different Viewpoint

I just read a new article from The Five O’clock Club that made me stop and think about this Ageism issue a little differently. The article focuses on the realities of just how many people from the Baby Boomer Era are still in the workforce and what sort of impact that makes on job availability […]

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Ageism and Your Job Search

Ageism and Your Job Search A FREE Workshop Wednesday, August 6, 2014 7 – 9 pm If you’re over 40 (or 50!) and are facing the challenge of a career transition, then you’re probably also facing the reality of age bias. This 2-hour FREE workshop is a very condensed version of my 6-week career transition […]

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The Power of Your Words – Make Them Positive!

This post has nothing to do with Fashion, but it definitely has a lot to do with Career! As someone who believes in and follows the principles of Science of Mind to the best of my ability, I am well aware that getting caught up in the very socially acceptable past time of dissing, criticizing, […]

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Creating Positive Visual Impact In An Interview

A woman came into the shop today looking for something to wear to an interview.  A seemingly simple, straightforward shopping goal.  However, there were some very interesting mitigating factors that influenced the things I suggested. 1. she was over 40 (perhaps even over 50) 2. she had been out of work for more than 6 […]

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