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Tips and advice on finding your perfect career from About.com job search expert Alison Doyle. Alison discusses options for exploring career options, getting the inside scoop on jobs of interests, upgrading your skills, gaining experience and how to transition from a job you're stuck at to one you love.
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'The BEST is YET to Come' ~ Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE)
Wanda, exercise expert of 'Work It Studio'
Topic: Spring Renewal
As you change from one season to the next, you have to learn to shift your mind, body and spirit into ACTION.
Wanda, will provide some Healthy Spring Tips to jump start the process.
After our "Get Fit with Fran" segment, The Career Engineer will provide career boosters, updates, tips and pitfalls!
STOP Living, Breathing and working BENEATH your Purpose! Join TCE's Career Talk Radio along with special guests as we share employment, economy tips, e-business tips and solutions to help you make Monday Mornings...BETTER! Create the life of your dreams.
Programming: SweetBerry Designs
Join Annemarie Cross and Keith Keller as they interview Karen Keller - Author, Speaker, Influence Expert, Change-agent Coach as she shares must-do tips and strategies for career success based on her book; "Stepping Stones to Success"
Annemarie and Keith will also be speaking to a group of other successful business women from around the world as part of our "Global Round Table" discussions. Here's the list so far;
- Heather Coleman: Career & Personal Branding Coach (USA)
- Tiffany Crenshaw
I Want to Own My Career – Now What? Managing your career as entrepreneur is about looking at the business world differently … seeing opportunities where others see obstacles, taking risks when others take refuge. Whatever career you’re in or want to be in you need to manage your career as a business. Listen to this episode of Own Your Career to get your Me, Inc. Enterprise off the ground.
We will discuss how to maintain personal satisfaction and encourage participant satisfaction during the negotiation process. As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Vegetable Pasta Salad, and the "adventure" recipe will be Hoisin Glazed Shrimp.
Marital satisfaction is the strongest predictor for happiness in many areas of life (Russel & Wells, 1994). A satisfying marriage is associated with better general adjustment and fewer health problems (Bray & Jouriles, 1995). Factors that contribute to marital satisfaction reported by researchers include religion and spirituality (Anthony, 1993; Marks et al., 2008; Shehas, Boch & Lee, 1990), family of origin dynamics (Cohn, Silver, Cowan, Cowan, & Pearson, 1992; Webster, Orbuch, & House, 1995), and quality of family relationships (Timer, Veroff, & Hatchett, 1996). Additionally, satisfying marriages are beneficial to couples and children of these marriages.
Tonight on Ernest Radio Network, it's Beaten Path.
Is it risky to bare your soul in black and white? Who should be writing biographies, and who shouldn't? Is there an unwritten rule on that?
Also, how does one find satisfaction in life? Do we expect to be satisfied 24/7, or does it come in waves?
All this plus NPR news, music, & more.
Join Fire Weekly Radio's Billy D. Hayes, host of his firefighter podcast "Stop, Drop, and Roll With the Punches" in a unique discussion on enhancing and growing your fire service career.
How to develop an action plan for career momentum.
"Career Derailment" and its signs and symptoms
How does one recover from career derailment?
The difference between being a firefighter and a fire service "professional."
Billy D. Hayes' special guest is Apache Junction (AZ) Fire Chief Paul Bourgeois.
Career trauma can be defined as a horrible career experience that seriously undermines our confidence and clarity about the direction of our careers. They result in emotional traumas that if not controlled or resolved, could hang around for a very long time. However, help is at hand. Typically most career traumas can be overcome with a bit of self-help and working with a compassionate Career Coach. This is what is offered here today. Career Trauma can be the result of: Being Terminated