How to handle the times when work, well…to put it bluntly, just sucks.
by Chris Sier -Bullying is extremely destructive, so much so, that, in extreme cases, youngsters have committed suicide. They get bullied in the school yard and on social media—on their cell phones, on Twitter, Instagram, etc. It can be overwhelming and devastating. Singled out, they feel alone, small, and hated so they end themselves. We are horrified Read more
by Chris Sier -So many details competing for attention—meetings, emails, projects…and so little time. It is discouraging, overwhelming, and disheartening. No matter how hard we try, we can never, ever get it all done. We just keep getting more. I tried and it almost killed me. I learned that no matter how many hours I put in, I couldn’t do it all, and Read more
by Chris Sier -Stress doesn’t create sickness and it doesn’t kill. How you react to it does. It’s the amount of pressure you put on yourself…what should be done, has to be done, or must be done, rather than what you can realistically do or want to do. If you are feeling exhausted, anxious, and stretched beyond your capacity, your body is giving you a Read more
She transformed my frustration into hope
When I started working with Chris, I had been looking for a job from another state and for a few months. She transformed my frustration into hope by showing me how my abilities would be valuable to an employer, and was always available for me when I felt discouraged. Chris helped me to quickly define the value I bring in my profession—my personal brand. She updated my LinkedIn profile and fine tuned my resume plus tailored each application submission to highlight how my experience and strengths fit the job requirements, which helped me get noticed; and I found my dream job! I can’t thank Chris enough for her support, guidance, and advice.
Retail Incentives Analyst, Detroit MI