What Are Your Career Goals for 2013?

Thought for the day: “A person who aims at nothing is sure to hit it.” ~ Anonymous

goal settingIf you are like most of us this time of year, you start thinking about the New Year and how you would like things to change for the better, especially in your career. In order to make that happen, you have to do things differently. You cannot keep doing what you have been doing and expect things to change – it just won’t happen. You have to make a new plan of action and then implement your plan.

I don’t know about you, but I sometimes have a hard time of following through with what I want to change. We can make all the plans to make changes, but unless we execute those changes, success is not going to happen. Here are some steps you can take to ensure success:

  • Make an INTENTION – something you really intend to do
  • List your ACTION STEPS to carry out your intentions – list what needs to be done to make each intention happen
  • EXECUTE your action steps – schedule them into your daily/weekly routine so they get accomplished
  • Then, CELEBRATE YOUR SUCCCESSES along the way – big and little ones – they will come!

In order to help you achieve your goal, I’d like to invite you to take advantage of a New Year’s special I am offering – “Get Hired Now” – this is personal, 1-on-1 coaching session where you and I will work together to…

  • Create a crystal clear vision for the type of job you want, the income level you desire, and what it will take to make it happen – FAST
  • Uncover hidden challenges that may be sabotaging your success with getting interviews and ace-ing them
  • Leave this session renewed, re-energized, and inspired to get hired now in the best, highest paying job you’ve ever had.

If you’d like to take advantage of this very special, very limited, and totally FREE 30 minute “Get Hired Now” coaching session, email me at careerist@aol.com and answer the follow questions – also include your phone number:

1. How long have you been unemployed?
2. What was the last job you had?
3. Did you like it?
4. How long did you have that job?
5. What were you paid at that job?
6. On a scale of 0-10, how important is it for you to find a job right now?

I am here, and ready to support you in your success of landing a new job!

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