From Career Treadmill to Fast Track

The Total Career Success Blog with Ken & Sheryl Dawson

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Margaret Feinberg, Author of “What the Heck Am I Going to Do With My Life?”

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Margaret Feinberg, noted author and speaker, will help you answer the question, “What the heck am I going to do with my life?” Her popular book by the same name is for all ages and all stages of our lives and careers. If you’ve asked yourself that question lately, don’t miss her insights to help […]

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Categories: Author · Career Development · career planning · Job Search · Job Search Planning · radio show

Job Market Improving – How to Take Advantage NOW!

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Want the latest news on the job market? It’s opening up again.  Yes, that’s what the December Adversity Index by msnbc.com and Moody’s Economy.com says. Get the job you want. We can help you open the door to that new office.

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How to be Happy (and Successful!) in Your Career

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Jerry Gauche, National Oilwell Varco’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, hasn’t followed the traditional career path of an executive in the oil and gas industry. He began his career as a tax attorney, and after 15 years transitioned into organizational development. Yet his unconventional career path is not rare among top performers and leaders […]

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Categories: Career Development · Cycle of Success · Job Search · radio show

Dr. Dan Harrison, International Leader in Behavioral Assessment: Achieving Career Success by Knowing Yourself

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What makes some people prefer working in teams and some prefer independent project work? Why do some people thrive as engineers, while others are born to be writers? It is fascinating to think about the underlying preferences and behavioral traits that determine what careers best suit each of us. International leader in behavioral assessments, Dr. […]

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Categories: Career Development · Job Search · Linkage · stress management

Be a Leader for Life!

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We often reserve the title “leader” for bosses, teachers, and presidents, who are leaders in the “official” sense of the word. However, if we think about it everyone is a leader or has the potential to be one. Whether we are aware of it or not, even seemingly insignificant actions impact the people around us, […]

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