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  Chocolaty inspiration to help find your dream job
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
Last night I had the opportunity to speak for Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s Waffle House Career Series. The topic was “Live and Work with Passion and Purpose“. It was an exciting and well attended event. There was great interaction and participation. We discussed how to bring passion into both your personal life and your career. Thank you to all those who came out! Inspiring example: A participant from last night,...
 
  How to find your dream job
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
I was working with my career coaching client, Margaret, last week and she made a great point. Sometimes it’s hard to identify specific things you want to have in a dream job, especially when you’re not sure what’s realistic or what’s possible and when you don’t have specific examples. If you haven’t had a job you truly enjoy, it can be tough to know what you want to do. This is because there are only a few examples to draw...
 
  Should you just take any old job?
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
I was talking to a career coaching client recently whose husband works at a large rental car corporation. He has been posting for a job opening for over a month. They have received very few, if any responses to the job listing. I know that most people don’t want to take a job they don’t like or one that would lower their morale. It can be frustrating to think you have to settle with any old job, especially something that is lo...
 
  The secret to finding fulfillment in your career
by Hallie Crawford - Jan, 2012
So how do you know what’s fulfilling for you to help you define your ideal career? The secret is – Values. Values are one of the first things I help my career coaching clients identify in order to understand what would be fulfilling to them. Values are your guideposts to fulfillment and the foundation of figuring this out. Begin figuring out what your values are right away. To figure out what your values are, you can ask...
 
  The true culprits of job dissatisfaction
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
As a career coach, I consistently meet with career coaching clients who feel they’ve lost their sense of purpose in their work. They want to feel more passionate about what they do on a daily basis, and they often feel their work is the culprit. They feel their boss, coworkers, office environment, monotony of their schedule, or cubicle are the reasons for their lack of excitement and motivation for their work and life. Ho...
 
  How to network AND get work experience at the same time
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
Struggling to find a job in your industry? Don’t discount the benefit of volunteering. If you volunteer your time in the field of work you are interested in, you still have the option to work a part-time position and make money outside of that industry if needed. This really helps fill gaps in your resume and allows you to network. Two key benefits of volunteering: Networking – While you are volunteering you are able t...
 
  Online submitting is not DEAD
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
You might think that when you submit to an online application your resume is going into a deep black hole. While it might feel that way, it’s not always the case. I’ve had two career coaching clients recently who submitted to online jobs. One client got a phone call within 2 hours to set up an interview. He didn’t get that particular job but through that person he heard about another job and was able to secure a job within...
 
  Desperate for your dream job? – Know when to stop drilling
by Hallie Crawford - Dec, 2011
My career coaching clients tell me all the time, they want to define their passion and define it as specifically as possible so they can then go out there and find the right job. This idea makes sense right? We all want to know what our dream job is. I help them drill down as far as possible in order to figure this out, but what I’ve found over the years of doing this as a career coach is that you also need to know when to sto...
 
  Dream job 101: Ask the tough questions
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2011
I was working with Ben, one of my group coaching clients, recently. He’s drafting his career mission statement. This is usually a tough job at first, but once it starts to click it can be inspirational for everyone. Your job search can really take off once you’ve defined this. If you want to begin writing your career mission statement ask yourself these tough, critical questions and think about them. Take time to muse on th...
 
  Too many career ideas? It’s time to piece them together!
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2011
This came up in one of my group career coaching calls – One of the participants, Bonnie, was asking about different ways to identify possible career paths that not only would she be interested in, but also qualified for. When most people come to me they have a list of different career ideas that on the surface look completely unrelated. But, once I start working with them and asking them why they have each idea on their lis...
 
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