The tap shoes were out in full force tonight for the first time in years. It was challenging, fun and frustrating all at once trying to learn steps, fit them together and hear the music (tap shoes en masse are very loud ). My feet are so SORE now!! I’d forgotten when I packed themContinue reading “What pain has taught me about getting rid of things I tolerate”
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If you want to make change happen, get vulnerable!
I’ve just spent an incredible hour dancing! I’ve performed on stage since I was little. I’m always VERY nervous every time I perform alone on stage. Like, ‘how many times can I go to the bathroom before the show’ nervous . I know what it’s like to feel scared and vulnerable AND show up anyway.Continue reading “If you want to make change happen, get vulnerable!”
Going solo? Think again.
I’m not a ‘solopreneur’. Yes, I’m ultimately responsible for choices I make about what I do, how I do it and when I do it. Like tonight, when I chose to work a little after pausing for play, dinner, bedtime and a good crime drama. I decide where I put my energy. I do notContinue reading “Going solo? Think again.”
What you need if you step off the beaten track
Stepping off the beaten track of a known career path or changing to an entirely different career, takes courage, determination and the ability to get up when things don’t go the as planned. I’ve seen the same in the many successful career changers I’ve worked with. Courage here is not an absence of fear. ItsContinue reading “What you need if you step off the beaten track”
15 Things You Can Do To Change Career
I remember exactly what it felt like to spend an entire working day in the growing hope that there must be something else out there I was better suited to than the work I was currently doing. Every meeting I went to, where we all dressed as clones in our black suits and made politeContinue reading “15 Things You Can Do To Change Career”