Category: Encouragement

It’s a Bit Stuart Smalley, but . . .

    I came upon this from a post from a page I am a “fan” of on my Facebook Page & thought how fun it would be to make some of these & secretly, randomly post them around town – and I just might!  And I encourage you to do, so, too, if so […]

Putting Intention to Work – Synchronistic Secrets in Job Search Success

  “There’s no scarcity of opportunity to make a living at what you love. There is only a scarcity of resolve to make it happen.” ― Wayne W. Dyer This is an old Wayne Dyer Facebook post I saved because I just love it! It speaks so clearly about taking concrete action with intention in […]

You are Not Your Job: Spiritual and Practical Steps to Working with Self Esteem

  Losing a job.  Not getting an interview.  Equating our job title or salary with our value as a person.  These are all ways that our self-esteem can be tied, erroneously, to our career.   Sometimes we fall into the trap of equating work-related events and status with our self worth.  Even though we all […]

The Waiting is the Hardest Part

“Every oak tree started out as a couple of nuts who stood their ground.”  – Anonymous   Ever feel like holding out for the right job is a little crazy?   Your unemployment is running down, your bank account has sprung a leak, your confidence is heading south, and yet, you persist in insisting upon […]

What would you like to do if money was no object?

  Alan Watts, British born world renowned Zen & other Eastern view philosopher, writer, and speaker had what I consider wise and straightfoward advice for recent college grads that rings true both four decades later, and for anyone at any stage of their career.   Take the three minutes to listen to the video for […]