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Are You A Fox?

“A fox knows many things, but a hedgehog knows one important thing”. So which one are you? 235 more words


A Map is Worth a Thousand Words

Do you feel like you lack creativity? Are you ever stuck trying to come up with new ideas? Is your preferred learning style a visual one? 280 more words


Thought #10: The Benefits of Volunteering

Riding home on the bus after volunteering for Seven Tepees Youth Program‘s (7Tepees) Annual Camping Trip, I felt a strong sense of contentment.

Even though volunteering for the annual camping trip meant 24/(7 minus 2) of supervising and managing young people, which was challenging for sure, what I gained in return was five days outdoors in the beautiful Mammoth Lakes with high school students that I’ve mentored and watched grow since middle school, as well as an opportunity to reunite with program staff whom I consider friends after years of adventures in the wilderness of California. 546 more words

Career Planning

What Do You Want?

What do you want to experience in your life that you currently aren’t? More money? Power? Flexibility? Job satisfaction? A stronger intimate relationship with someone? Knowing what you want can help you realize it. 892 more words

Job Search Advice

What Really Happens When You Work with a Coach?

There is often confusion about not only what goes on during coaching sessions but also how to decide what changes to make or goals to work on when being coached. 456 more words

Best Practices

How to choose a career when you don't know what you want to do.

When it comes time for you to choose a career, you will discover that you have a multitude of options. It can be difficult to pick one, especially if you have no idea what you want to do … or if many things appeal to you. 406 more words

Job Hunting

Victoree Takes A Lap!

My 62nd birthday was this past week and usually, I have an annual personal retreat. That’s when I take a long, hard look at my life and plan the steps for any course corrections and adjustments to honor the past year’s learning on the journey. 257 more words