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'Be Who You Were Created To Be'

Setting NYRs That Actually Work - Be Creative With A Personal & Practical Touch

Dec. 09, 2017 | Cindy Lee

It's that time again.  Sharing another tip / anecdote to help you be successful with New Year's Resolutions this year!  But first, a reminder of why --  Read More

WANTED: Skills, Discipline, and Strength of Character

Aug. 06, 2014 | Cindy Lee

I'm constantly hearing from corporate, from society, from clients' experiences, that you "need" to be a certain type of leader. Typically, this looks like needing to move up the ladder and take on more responsibility in scope and authority over people. This is troubling for some of my clients who are excellent at what they do, and would be happy to do it for a long time, but are pressured to "grow" and move to the next level. [How can we function if everyone seeks to lead and nobody is willing or encouraged to follow?]   Read More

Why do I do what I do?

May. 27, 2014 | Cindy Lee

I know why I do what I do.  Do you know why YOU do what you do?  Read More

Beware of doing some real damage…

Sep. 05, 2013 | Cindy Lee

[THIS POST IS PART OF A SERIES ON  NAVIGATING YOUR CAREER TRANSITION WITH INTEGRITY, WHICH IS OPPOSITE FROM YOUR TYPICAL "BACKWARDS" APPROACHES TO JOB SEARCHING.]

We’re at the tail end of completing your job search criteria as far as knowing yourself well enough to navigate your transition with integrity. We’ve discussed core values, personality, skills, passions/interests, and constraints/parameters as five key aspects that define who you are as a candidate for employment – as you’re establishing a solid list of constraints/parameters to your job search, let’s strengthen your list of boundaries because it is the least forgiving of the five concepts we’ve been covering.  Read More

Boundary-building gone wrong

Aug. 28, 2013 | Cindy Lee

[THIS POST IS PART OF A SERIES ON  NAVIGATING YOUR CAREER TRANSITION WITH INTEGRITY, WHICH IS OPPOSITE FROM YOUR TYPICAL "BACKWARDS" APPROACHES TO JOB SEARCHING.]

Last time, I asked you to give an honest account of your restrictions and non-negotiables in your job search.   Read More