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Not Sure What You Want To Do Next In Your Career? Here’s How To Brainstorm

Not Sure What You Want To Do Next In Your Career? Here’s How To Brainstorm

This article by Michael Pollock was first published on forbes.com Truly creative professionals are always searching for new ways to do better, more interesting work. It could be a promotion, a change of job, an evolution of their artistic style, an innovative technology, a new…

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Career coaching: Q+A’s from forbes.com

Career coaching: Q+A’s from forbes.com

Along with some other coaches I have contributed answers to Q+As on forbes.com Here are some of them: How a Personal Writing Practice Can Further Your Career Goals | onforb.es/1SFfXX4 How to Reach Out to An Industry Leader For Advice onforb.es/1pqesCb How to Find The…

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How to Capitalize on Evolving Cultures in Creative Businesses

How to Capitalize on Evolving Cultures in Creative Businesses

Business owners can no longer command and control their employees. Today, it’s all about the team. [Article first published in Business Collective] The inherent complexity that underpins today’s digital products seems to have put an end to the age of the arrogant leader with the…

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How to avoid career paralysis: crafting your own personal value statement

How to avoid career paralysis: crafting your own personal value statement

I spend important time with clients framing their unique, specific and vivid story: the pitch for the gig that will get them where they want to go. This brief statement presents what they care about, what they have achieved and why a hirer should pay…

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To get progress do you accentuate the positive or eliminate the negative?

To get progress do you accentuate the positive or eliminate the negative?

“Anthony. What is it you want to achieve here?” I had a fascinating conversation with a psychiatrist recently. While she was not focused on the creative professions, it seemed that many of her clients had similar issues to mine, and were stymied in their attempts…

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Moving up? Overwhelmed by email?

Moving up? Overwhelmed by email?

Email inundation is a particular issue for people who have made a leap forward in their careers and whose new roles expose them to vast new volumes of communications. The wonderful new “flat” org structures lead to everyone wanting to know everything that is going on. This does have…

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If it’s no good, then why did they buy it?

If it’s no good, then why did they buy it?

  I scored some bonus material. At the show of Paul Rand’s design work at the Museum of the City of New York I stumbled into the end of Eli Kince’s FIT class visit. Prof Kince is clearly an inspirational teacher. I spoke to some…

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In person coaching – by phone or face-to-face?

In person coaching – by phone or face-to-face?

I do a lot of my intensive coaching work on the telephone.  I like doing it this way. There is a focus and an intensity to our work which is often missing when we sit in a room together looking at each other. Distractions are…

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Which words should you avoid in your resume?

Which words should you avoid in your resume?

Heads up: this post appears to be about menus or houses, but don’t be fooled – it’s really about the effectiveness of the language you use in your resumes and pitches. It’s about what words you should avoid, and why. So process accordingly as you…

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Musing on HR, Humanity, Employees and Customers

Musing on HR, Humanity, Employees and Customers

I cringed the first time I saw an office door labeled Human Capital. What is that?” I asked – “Oh that used to be HR – but this is much better.” Well I discovered that it is a way of thinking that “perceives people as…

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