Who are you?

Who? In our quest to find your sweet spot job, we need to first answer the absolute most important question. Who are you? “Who” is the way you describe yourself. It is not necessarily your interests or your profession, but it can be founded in your interests or career. It is how you identify yourself … Read more

My Chat with Recruiter Colleen in NYC

Colleen is a recruiter in NYC. She has climbed the ranks to her current role as Head of People at Clarity Staffing. She shares her experiences and tips for some of my most commonly received questions. So let’s get started at the beginning. What did you plan to do after graduation when you were in college? … Read more

5 Myths You NEED to Hear about Job Searching

This week we continue our search the sweet spot job, we dispel several myths about the job search. The primary millennial stereotype says that millennials are job-hopping, passion-seeking, entitled jerks. We don’t have any loyalty or direction and just want to be handed our accomplishments. There are many articles and videos that talk about about how awful millennials are, typically in relation … Read more

An argument for headphones at work

Over the past 7 years, I have grown a lot. I am a natural pessimist. In an instant, I can become certain the worst-case scenario is happening. However, I have also come to prioritize seeking happiness and joy in my life. These are my primary goals. There are many factors which increase happiness (and productivity) … Read more

How to find your Sweet Spot Job!

If you google, “How to find your dream job?”, you will get 11,700,000 results – 11 million ideas of how to find and get your dream job. That is a lot of opinions. Most of these articles will tell you to think about what you want to do and go after it. They don’t address the analysis … Read more

What are you good at?

I have been thinking a lot about my strengths and weaknesses this week as I continue to speak to clients about what their needs are and how to develop a plan. I find myself revisiting THE question : what are your strengths and weaknesses? For me, my strengths include my ability to speak publicly, bring … Read more

On Murphy’s Law

Murphy’s Law says that ‘Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.’ It was first coined at Edwards Air Force Base in 1949 at North Base, after a machine had been wired incorrectly. There are people whose lives are virtually founded on this concept. Their negativity and expectation of Murphy’s Law reinforces their belief that … Read more

Are you Ready to Find a Job You Will ACTUALLY Love?

Do you ever find yourself wondering why everyone else seems to have their sh*t together, but YOU can’t even seem to find a job you like? So many women are underpaid, overworked and constantly passed over for promotions AND not even super psyched about their personal lives! You are not alone.  50% of people are unhappy in … Read more