When I was first deciding to write a book, I had a few solid ideas but ultimately chose a non-fiction self-help about job loss. It wasn't easy to write – not that it was a hard task but it was difficult revisiting a time in my career that I was still recovering from. But looking back, the process was necessary to heal and I was able to help a lot of people. Here are three types of impactful stories that you, too, can tell.Read More
There's a huge misconception about passion. When we think of following our passions, whether it be in our careers or interests, it's made to sound effortless and dreamy.
The reality is that this definition is complete bullshit. Here's why.Read More
Whether you're looking to land a dream job, sharpen your interviewing skills, reset your mindset or discover hidden job search tricks, here are five career-focused books you need to check out today:Read More
I ran into a guy in an airport who had been on a month-long vacation to Italy. Here's why I felt sorry for him.Read More
From building a support system to having a nerves of steel, here are the top four things I learned after writing my first book.Read More
Before Meryl Streep even uttered the words "Take your broken heart and make it into art," that's exactly what I did. I started putting on paper what I thought would be a helpful guide for others going through the hell of job loss– a book that I wish I had after I lost my job.Read More