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Fox Business Career Accelerator Features Six Steps To Job Search Success

I made my Fox Business debut this week on Lauren Simonetti’s Career Accelerator show. Fast forward to minute 15:00 to hear career coaching about the ideal steps to take to get a job, and I answer questions about resume, cover letter, and how to follow-up after interviews.

http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/1861021665001/career-accelerator-9-25-2012/?playlist_id=87237

Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com

 

 

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Special Encore Presentation: Where have you gone?

Death is one of the most frightening and awesome of life’s mysteries. Because it is, we’ve developed all manner of mythology about it—including the myth that life is over when we die. But many have experienced, first hand, another reality. And while there are still many who still assert that death is death and life is life and never the twain shall meet; our guest today offers moving and profound information to the contrary. Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium. Known for the detailed messages she provides from loved ones living in the spirit world, Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient—meaning she can see, hear and sense the presence of spirits. One of her primary messages is that “Life is never over,” and her book, I’m Not Dead, I’m Different: Kids in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth is the subject of the Authentic Living show today. If you have lost loved ones and are wondering where they are—tune in. You’ll be glad you did.

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Special Encore Presentation: Where have you gone?

Death is one of the most frightening and awesome of life’s mysteries. Because it is, we’ve developed all manner of mythology about it—including the myth that life is over when we die. But many have experienced, first hand, another reality. And while there are still many who still assert that death is death and life is life and never the twain shall meet; our guest today offers moving and profound information to the contrary. Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium. Known for the detailed messages she provides from loved ones living in the spirit world, Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient—meaning she can see, hear and sense the presence of spirits. One of her primary messages is that “Life is never over,” and her book, I’m Not Dead, I’m Different: Kids in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth is the subject of the Authentic Living show today. If you have lost loved ones and are wondering where they are—tune in. You’ll be glad you did.

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Special Encore Presentation: Where have you gone?

Death is one of the most frightening and awesome of life’s mysteries. Because it is, we’ve developed all manner of mythology about it—including the myth that life is over when we die. But many have experienced, first hand, another reality. And while there are still many who still assert that death is death and life is life and never the twain shall meet; our guest today offers moving and profound information to the contrary. Hollister Rand is an internationally renowned medium. Known for the detailed messages she provides from loved ones living in the spirit world, Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient—meaning she can see, hear and sense the presence of spirits. One of her primary messages is that “Life is never over,” and her book, I’m Not Dead, I’m Different: Kids in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth is the subject of the Authentic Living show today. If you have lost loved ones and are wondering where they are—tune in. You’ll be glad you did.

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Decide How You’ll Measure Your Riches

The Forbes 400 Richest List is always a fun read. (I particularly like the story of the new additions to the list.) From a career perspective, the diversity of the journeys and of the backgrounds of the people who made the list offers ideas and inspiration. But it’s also important to remember that the measure of the Forbes list is based on money – assets, income, equity. For our own careers, we can choose our own measure of what makes us rich.

 

  • Psychic compensation

Entirely separate from money is how you feel about your career. Do you like your job? What is your measure for fulfillment – e.g., purpose, fun, excitement, variety? How important to you is your environment – space, lighting, colleagues, your boss? How important to you is the pace – speed of change in the company or industry, variety day-to-day, career growth prospects?

 

  • Lifestyle compensation

You may feel great about your job when you’re there, but how do you feel about it in the context of the rest of your life? Is it too consuming? Do you have time for relationships, self-care, and outside interests? Do you find yourself wanting more time away from the job? The only work/life balance scale that matters is your own – are you meeting your professional and personal obligations in a way that is sustainable and enjoyable?

 

  • Cash compensation

You may decide that your metric matches the Forbes definition of rich. Perhaps, you’re good with a high-paying job that supports your psychic fulfillment elsewhere. Perhaps, your cash compensation supports your dream lifestyle. In this case, remember to review all components of your cash compensation – salary, bonus potential, timing of bonus, criteria of bonus, equity or options, growth potential, benefits. Remember to mark yourself to the external market, especially if you’ve been at the same company for a while. Remember to view your salary and salary prospects in light of the tight and volatile job market and to weigh the risk and reward of moving elsewhere accordingly.

 

You have options on how you measure riches, and this impacts how you manage your career. It could be that your definition of career success is more than money. In this case, you want to be specific about what to prioritize and how you measure. But even if money is a primary driver, you need to be specific on how you evaluate cash compensation. Then, proactively negotiate and structure your career according to what matters to you.

 

This post originally appears in my Work In Progress blog for Forbes.com.

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Soul Coaching

Denise Linn is our guest for today, for she has devised a 21-day plan to discovering your Authentic Self. Denise Linn has been called “America’s best-kept secret,” though she’s taught seminars around the world to standing-room-only audiences. Having had her own near-death-experience and having received revelations from the other side and received healing for the gun-shot wound that put her there, she has now become a respected healer, writer and teacher. She is the author of 16 books, including the best-selling, Sacred Space, and Soul Coaching as well as a the popular, Past Lives, Present Miracles. Her books have been translated into 26 languages, and she has been a featured guest on Oprah, Lifetime, the Discovery Channel, BBC TV, NBC, and CBS. She is also the founder of the Soul Coaching® International Institute.

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Soul Coaching

Denise Linn is our guest for today, for she has devised a 21-day plan to discovering your Authentic Self. Denise Linn has been called “America’s best-kept secret,” though she’s taught seminars around the world to standing-room-only audiences. Having had her own near-death-experience and having received revelations from the other side and received healing for the gun-shot wound that put her there, she has now become a respected healer, writer and teacher. She is the author of 16 books, including the best-selling, Sacred Space, and Soul Coaching as well as a the popular, Past Lives, Present Miracles. Her books have been translated into 26 languages, and she has been a featured guest on Oprah, Lifetime, the Discovery Channel, BBC TV, NBC, and CBS. She is also the founder of the Soul Coaching® International Institute.