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A Talent-Driven Career Coach

Posted in Career,Coaching,Entrepreneurs by treyfinley1008 on April 12, 2010
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[Joanne Victoria] says the most difficult part about career transitions is the actual doing of the work, figuring out what transferable skills and undiscovered talents you may have. Another key is self-confidence, and she trains people how to be more confident in themselves. “Confidence is vital. If you don’t have confidence, you’re very needy and employers don’t want to hire needy people,” she says.

Confidence is big.  Confidence flowing from the knowledge that you’re living and working in your talents is huge.  Check out the article below to see how coaching can change your career direction.

via KPBJ.COM | Using a coach to explore career options | Economy Article | Rodika Tollefson | KITSAP PENINSULA BUSINESS JOURNAL.

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  1. Demra Robbins said,

    I agree confidence can make or break the deal – I like to think of it in terms of belief and faith if you don’t have confidence on your own Dani Johnson has told us to borrow it from somewhere else or from the Lord. Ever since I made that switch things have been very different in my life.
    Thanks for posting this great article.


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