Last time, we talked about time and how you spend it. I see so many people just getting by, day to day, hour by hour. And I really don’t want that for you. I don’t want that for you even if we’ve never met. Because I know that you have gifts to offer the world,…
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The traditional way of mapping your career can often leave quirky or global-minded people feeling out of sync and lost.
If you are struggling with feeling out of place because you march to a different beat, if people underestimate you because you present yourself a little differently, if people make snap judgments about you because of your tattoos, piercings, clothes, or hair, you are not alone!
It is my mission to help funky, original, global-minded individuals find meaningful work, or more joy within the work they already have.
Quirky, creative, and international types deserve success, too!
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Emily came to my rescue before a big interview when I hadn’t been to an interview in years, and never for a corporate position. I understood within 5 minutes that I was woefully unprepared to answer the questions that would come my way. Emily was incredibly skilled and helpful. Her guidance helped me prepare quickly and feel confident in 24 hours. Best of all, Emily was warm, encouraging, and precise about what was needed when I was feeling overwhelmed. This really calmed me down, and I ended up having a great interview!
Emily is a career coach for the rest of us. Are you an aspiring writer or artist? Her in depth knowledge of career paths for those who majored in the social sciences and liberal arts make her services invaluable. Whether you’re attempting a major career pivot, or prone to stage fright during job interviews, she offers personalized advice and tailors your career plan to the path you want to follow.
Emily is an encourager of dreams; I am sure many of the students and alumni she’s counseled over the years would surely agree. I am always impressed with her demeanor and openness; she is able to listen and advise her clients on based on their future goals and does not try to stifle them by encouraging them to do things not in the best interest of those goals. Whether you’re somewhat lost on your career path, or if you’re well on your way, Emily will be there to encourage you and suggest excellent resources.
If you live in a place that fell back this weekend, I hope you’re feeling particularly well-rested. The time change got me thinking about time and how we choose to spend it, as well as about how I wish I could explain it to my dogs. (The adorably obnoxious pre-dinner song and dance is now…
Hi everyone, and thanks for checking in. I have lots of speaking engagements coming, up, and I wanted to let you all know about them. On Thursday, August 23, I will be hosting a free webinar through the Japan Exchange & Teaching Program Alumni Association. If you are a JET alum, check the Facebook page…
Is there any topic more boring and overdone than resumes? Google “resume basics” and you’ll get so many results that you won’t even know where to start, and how on earth are you supposed to know who the writers are and whether you can trust their advice? Well I am here to help you out! …
Hi all. Today I want to talk a little about autonomy at work. You will find something about this on pretty much every work values quiz, and for good reason. While there isn’t necessarily a standardized definition of measure of autonomy at work, I’m defining it as a measure of control over your own decisions…