Posts filed under Career change

The Secret to Happiness

Happiness doesn't show up; it's hard won living a life that is true to yourself. Success is often a distraction on our way to cultivating a happy life. This post highlights how the five dimensions of PERMA are the keys to happiness.

Posted on February 17, 2015 and filed under Career change, Promotions.

What You Can Learn From the Business Savvy Taylor Swift

Whether the new year is a chance to rebrand yourself, pivot in your career or make other big changes in your life or business the talented Taylor Swift is a role model for successful change.

Posted on January 16, 2015 and filed under Career change, Passion, Branding.

New Year, New YOU! Are You Ready to Create A Perfect (For You) Life?

Is 2015 your year to find your *it*- the career that is perfect for you? How do you go from feeling stuck to figuring *it* out? Laura shares ways to go from feeling stuck to bringing the action- the only way to find your *it*.  Also, we are excited to announce our new eBook which will be debuting soon.

Posted on January 8, 2015 and filed under Career change, Work-Life Blend, eBook.

Fabulous 14: Embrace Fear and Other Life Lessons Learned in 2014

The 14 takeaways from an exciting year of change and growth. What can be learned from success and failure? As they say, you never know when you are making a memory- or learning valuable life lessons: embracing fear, shifting from proactive or reactive, forgiving your inner child and more. Insights galore!


Posted on December 30, 2014 and filed under Leadership, Dating, Conflict, Relationships, Values, Career change, Gratitude.

Safety Dance: How Preparing Yourself For What's Next Will Ensure a Smooth Transition

In work, love and everything that comes in between we all just want to feel safe.  And the best way to feel safe is to anticipate- and prepare for- what's to come.

Posted on November 17, 2014 and filed under Relationships, Career change, Engagement, Stress, Fear.

The "WHY" is What Makes the World Go Round.

In our busy world, the opportunities to slow down and reflect on what's important to us are few and far between-  unless we make it a priority.  But taking the time to do so is revealing and can help us understand ourselves better.  

Posted on October 8, 2014 and filed under Career change, Values.