career advice

What About My Career Now That I'm a Mother?

What About My Career Now That I'm a Mother?

I have a good friend who just had a baby and she's sick with panic over what to do about her career now that she's a new mother and maternity leave is closing. 

She has a great position at a prominent corporation that many women would die to work for, but she just can't see how she can leave her child in daycare and go back to work when maternity leave is over. 

My advice?

First, check in with your big, bad boss. No, not your employer boss. Your essential, stargazing, loving, beautiful, freedom-seeking soul boss. Close your eyes. Feel your feet on the earth and get grounded. 

Do You Want to Achieve More Money, Success and Joy in Your Career?

Do You Want to Achieve More Money, Success and Joy in Your Career?

Who doesn't!? 

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How to Position Yourself for More in Your Career

How to Position Yourself for More in Your Career

In order to increase your value in the marketplace and position yourself for more in your career, it’s imperative that you look for opportunities to take things to the next level. In doing so you can earn more, get more flexibility and freedom, and find greater success and joy in your work. 

Here are 10 things you can do right now so that you’re building a career that works for you and taking advantage of the opportunities that come your way. 

Sit at the Table

Studies show that women will often sit in the back of a room, along the wall or in the corner in a meeting. This is an act that literally positions you away from achieving more. So take a seat at the table and…