Anyone who steps off of the beaten path to change their career, or follow a Spiritual Calling or dream, is bound to feel disoriented or discombobulated from time to time. Here I share some advice based on my experience of following my passion into my dream career -- a process I embarked upon when I left corporate America in 1992 -- and landing on my feet. Since I began working for myself and pursuing my Spiritual Calling, even thought I'm self employed I haven't looked for work for over 10 years.
Now that you’ve surveyed your strengths, it’s time to hone in on your weaknesses.Read More
When the economy’s rocky, you’re on pins and needles about your job (or perhaps have already been laid off) and money’s too tight to mention, it can be hard to feel good about yourself -- much less, like you’re operating from position of strength to make the best decisions for your life. If you’re like most people, you’re beating back feelings of vulnerability -- if not downright panic -- and feel, at best, like your options are limited. When you -- and your friends are caught up in this mindset, it can be hard to see a way out.Read More
Knowing that I walked a way from “good jobs” at “good companies” and have successfully accomplished my dream of becoming a writer, people often ask me for advice about finding their spiritual Purpose.Read More
Ten years ago, I walked away from a successful career as a middle manager for Fortune 50 companies because I wanted to follow my dream of becoming a writer. Today, not only do I work for myself writing full-time for a living, I have experienced some of my wildest imaginings, including: collaborating with tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams as well as A-list actors Courtney B. Vance and Angela Bassett, co-authoring two New York Times best-sellers and having three books featured on national daytime and evening talk shows.Read More