Feel fabulous about
your career!


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Sometimes you need a different
kind of career support.

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.

Consider working with us!

Some people have a different mindset than others. They’re more creative, quirky, and independent, which causes them stress when searching for the right job. If you have a job and don’t feel like it is right for you, it could be helpful to work with a career coach.

At Denver Career Catalyst, I understand the challenges that you face every day. If you’re in a situation where you dislike your job, don’t feel qualified, or feel overqualified, you’re less likely to enjoy waking up and going to work. If you feel that you’re out of place or you’re undervalued or underestimated because you have a slightly different presentation, you aren’t alone. You deserve to have coworkers who respect you and a career that you enjoy.

It is possible to find more meaningful work or learn how to experience the joy in the career you’ve already got. Career services in Denver can help you do this. All services can be done online or in person.

Quirky, creative, and international types deserve success, too!

What I love to do

my passion is helping people like you

I can help you:

  • Decide whether to stay at a job or leave it
  • Reinvent yourself after you leave a job
  • Choose a new career path
  • Evaluate opportunities in the world of work
  • Identify career obstacles
  • Stop being the victim of job market circumstance and take charge of your own life!

Learn to:

  • Find jobs you really want
  • Apply for those jobs
  • Interview for those jobs
  • Negotiate a salary you feel good about

I’ve reinvented career counseling and made it about the person rather than the counselor. You don’t have to fit into a cookie-cutter shape to work with me. I value your independence, individuality, and quirks because I’m the same way. Contact me now to schedule an appointment! All services can be done online or in person.

Success Stories

kind words from some of my wonderful clients

News & Info

find helpful thoughts, tips, and tricks on the blog

Resources: Final Thoughts

I don’t know about you, but I find it all too easy to go to my place of comfort, learning new stuff.  I’ve always been comfortable in those academic spaces, but there’s a danger there of getting stuck and not taking action. So look through these resources, but don’t stop there!   Instead of learning…

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Resource Roundup: Networking

Networking can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.  And since networking online is our only option right now, it’s that much more important to be aware of your digital presence.  Here’s a helpful graphic from LiveCareer below with tips on how to make the most of networking online.  (The image shows up as…

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Confronting people who say bad things

  What should you do if someone makes a racist joke or a sexist comment?  Confronting these things can be among the most uncomfortable things you’ll ever have to do, but I feel that it’s more important than ever to stand up.  There are lots of articles and free online courses on bystander intervention, and…

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Resource Roundup: Sources of Advice

In addition to job-seeking resources, information and advice sites can be helpful, too.  My favorite is the Ask a Manager blog, which has questions from readers, general advice, and great insight on the world of work. The Interview Guys have some good stuff, too, though you will sometimes need to jump through a few hoops…

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