Category Archives: Careers

WARNING: The Holiday Party Can Kill Your Career

It is that time of year again.  The Holidays are upon us.  With the holidays, comes holiday office parties.  Companies like to have these events to celebrate this festive season with its employees.  These events are to be enjoyed, but you also should be on your best behavior.  I have witnessed holiday parties kill many careers.  The purpose of this post is to coach you on how to prepare for these seemingly harmless events and […]

Planning on working until age 70?

Should you plan on working until age 70?  This suggestion has been surfacing in the mainstream financial media.  It is perfectly fine to work until age 70 or beyond.  It should not, however, be the age that your retirement planning is based upon. Some people like to work.  It gives them purpose.  Work adds structure to the day.  For many people, it is their identity.  Their job is who they are. Even if you truly […]

Become a Nurse

  If you want a meaningful career that pays well and offers stability, consider becoming a nurse.  No matter if you are a traditional student or an adult learner who is planning on going back to college, becoming a nurse is an excellent career to consider.  Nursing is a growing field.  One great benefit of this field is that it allows you to earn while you learn. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) To become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), […]

Locus of Control

“A man who conquers himself is greater than one who conquers a thousand men in battle”. – Buddha As of late, I have come across the topic of locus of control a couple times.  During a strategic planning meeting at work, the Vice President of HR mentioned that we need leaders who have an internal locus of control as part of the committee that will be implementing our new strategic plan for our health care […]