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Your Career and the Rest of Your Life

Written by Shanfan Huang September 11, 2020 Many people seek out career coaching when they hit a low point in their career—when they've felt stuck. The same was the case for me—I sought out iPEC’s coach training when I couldn’t see the light in my…

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Discover Clarity Through Goal Setting

Written by Krystine Sherwood August 5, 2020 Asking “What do you want to work on today?” unleashes a flood of goals and self-improvements that have been accumulated over years of self-suppression. Salon and Spa Professionals are trained to put…

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Checking the Boxes: How to Find Fulfillment

Written by Bridgette Simmonds May 1, 2020 I executed it all perfectly. Get good grades. Check! Go to college. Check! Get a degree. Check! Get a job. Check! All the things I was “supposed” to do and told to do and everyone else seemed to be…

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What Career Uncertainty Taught Me for Certain

Written by Kate Solis Silva April 17, 2020 Things were going great in my career. Until they weren’t. Nothing had changed significantly with the work I was doing five years ago, but to say I was a hot mess internally is putting it gently. And for the…

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How to Create a Career by Listening to Your Intuition: Avoiding the “Supposed-To” Trap

Written by Lauren Ammon January 15, 2020 Top 10% of high school class. Check. Full scholarship to Division I swimming program. Check. Political Science Student of the Year. Check. Bachelor of Science, Political Science. Check. Full scholarship to…

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Internally Connected Leadership: Unleash Your Inner Bad-Boy

Written by Alan Cohen January 10, 2020 As human beings, I think we derive a sense of security by having a system of sorting through human behavior, emotions, and choices. It’s just easier when things can be filed neatly under the categories of…

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Finding Fulfillment in Work and Life

Written by Paula Rauenbuehler December 27, 2019 A few weeks ago, after my 86-year-old mother received her first set of hearing aids, she commented on how much she could hear. She was hearing sounds she hadn't been aware of for a long time prior to…

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Dream Job Turned Living Nightmare: Why a Toxic Boss Was the Worst and Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

Written by Sue Mann October 2, 2019 I grew up in the most violent country in the world outside of a war zone—apartheid South Africa. But that’s not what took me down. Bullying did.  Here’s what happened: I was the girl of whom “things were…

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Feel Great at Work by Setting This Intention

There are zen bakers, perfectly content demolition workers, and deeply satisfied customer-service employees. For all intents and purposes, what you do pales in comparison to how you show up and the intentions and values you put into your work. I…

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Why Pro Bono Coaching May Not Be the Most Efficient

"Pro bono," if we stick to the Latin translation, is basically providing a service free of charge for public good. I struggled with this one act for a long time and decided to share it with you in a post. To begin with, helping people's what I do.…

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