Posts Tagged ‘promotion’

Fast Company | How to handle a boss who gives you vague feedback

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My first Fast Company article was published today! Most of us have experienced this problem at some point. This comprehensive guide can prevent your career from stalling. “It can be challenging to push back or ask for clarification, especially with some bosses. But, you can’t settle for ambiguity in your job requirements or fuzzy feedback on…

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New membership community and career course have launched!

New membership group and career course launched

I just launched my new career membership group that gives community members free access to my new course “Forging an invincible career and life” (a $297 value). If you’re interested in a group coaching experience with 52 weeks of challenges for less than $1/day, follow this link to learn more about the service and course.…

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How to maximize your lifetime earning potential

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Your biggest salary jumps typically occur when you accept a new job at another company. Once you’re inside the system the policies for raises and promotions aren’t very flexible. Your manager has a little wiggle room, but not much. That new job offer is your chance to make the biggest impact on your lifetime earning…

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Humility is overrated – Has it hurt your career?

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Ah, the delicate balance of confidence and humility.   Leadership Traits You’ll often see traits listed for great leaders that include a lot of “power” behaviors. Being confident, decisive, and taking charge. But, then you’ll see humility listed as well. It varies by culture (and perhaps occupation), but we sure do send mixed messages! Seize the…

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