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The BlogNotions Career Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the Career industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on topics like improving your current career, taking the steps to start a new one, and much more more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Your Mind’s Biggest Challenges

If you have a minute, I’d love it if you would share your answer to the following question via my contact form: What are your biggest problems or challenges with respect to the way your mind seems to work? In other words, does your mind ever seem to work against you, and if so, how […]

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Aweber Mailing List Issues

My mailing list provider, Aweber, has been having technical issues lately with respect to my account, so if you recently tried to sign up for the mailing list and received an error message, I’m aware of the problem. I’ve been in touch with their support to try to fix it, but so far they haven’t […]

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Don’t Let This Relationship Undermine Your Success

“The opposite of love is not hate– it’s indifference.”– Steven Pressfield Megan approached me as soon as I left the stage. “Karin, I’m so with you on this not losing your soul thing… I resonated with everything you said… but for me it was the reverse. I wasn’t losing my soul at work, I was […]

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Advice for New Graduates

Embed from Getty Images [embedded content] It’s graduation time, and thousands of new college graduates will enter the market looking for their first serious job. The local market is certainly better than when they entered college four (or more) years ago; the unemployment rate has dropped from 11 percent in 2010 to around six percent […]

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Building a Powerful Gut Instinct

Human logic is incredibly limited. Even our best logic is layered upon emotional biases and instinctual behaviors. Logic doesn’t care if we learn and grow. Logic doesn’t care if we’re happy or miserable. Logic doesn’t care if we live or die. Fortunately, logic is only one tool for making decisions. Our bodies have many more […]

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Frontline Festival: Leaders share tips about professional development

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival gives tips about professional development for leaders. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month’s Frontline Festival is all about favorite apps and technology. What tools do you use to stay productive? […]

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Your Abundance Challenge

I’m looking for some extra feedback on the following question: What is your #1 problem or challenge with respect to overcoming scarcity and/or experiencing abundance? If you’d like to share your answer, please send it via my contact form. I’d appreciate it. The post Your Abundance Challenge appeared first on Steve Pavlina – Personal Development […]

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Health Healing Happiness Conference in Vegas

The 5th annual Health Healing Happiness Conference is June 10-12, 2016 in Las Vegas. Speakers include Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Dr. John McDougall, and many others. It includes a vegan lunch buffet too. I know the organizer and may go to the conference too, so please let me know if you decide to attend. The post […]

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Day Jobs for Creative Poeple

Embed from Getty Images [embedded content] In my first post based on the book written by Carol Eikleberry, Ph.D, which is a career guide for creative and unconventional people, I discussed how challenging it can be for creative people making a living at their art. For most creatives, a day job is a necessity. There […]

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When Transparency Goes Too Far

My phone rang, “Karin I’ve just been told there’s going to be a restructure and significant downsizing. My team may or not be impacted. I have NO additional information, just that it will be months before all the dust settles.” Now, if you’ve been following my writing for any period of time you know I’m the […]

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