Positive Affirmations

Negative talk is easy, natural and [sometimes] uncontrollable. Stay focused on silencing this voice and replacing it with a positive affirmation… An affirmation is any statement or sentence that should be spoken or internalized daily in the mirror. For example, “You are successful. You are happy. I love you.”

Can’t do it alone? There are unlimited resources online to connect with others for guided meditation. Personally, I like to listen to YouTube Videos while falling asleep. They allow me to expand my self love and grow in my own skin.

Remember, if you are doing the same thing as yesterday you’re wasting valuable time! It is definitely time to do something NEW, DIFFERENT and FUN. Empower yourself today and choose the road to self enlightenment. Everyone has their own reason… write yours down as soon as possible. Use your conscious to choose happy, positive and bright thoughts.

WARNING, this may be difficult to accomplish. Change can be gut-wrenching but don’t let it ruin your career. Take control of your subconscious with your consciousness. I am happy. I am powerful. I am successful!

Job Interview Tips

Presentation: Be prepared to present yourself. I prefer and recommend a neutral fresh scent, pressed clean attire and positive vibes.

Prepare: Practice  answering potential interview questions out loud. Calmly organize your thoughts to best fit the situation.

Resume: Bring a protected copy of your resume to the interview. Follow through the points when prompted and connect each item to the position and company you are currently interviewing with.

Posture: Remit internal energy through the base of your spin as you float through the interview with grace and power.

Attitude: Start by looking at yourself in the mirror and saying a positive affirmation about your self.

Experience: Grow, settle, coast or change. Decide your next career path and validate your expectations.

Negotiate: Know when and how to get what you need.


Resume Writing Tips

Perspective – Review your resume as a package and validate the overall picture is communicated efficiently.

Location – Has the budget been funded to move? Most of the time companies will only endorse local candidates for the job.

Salary Expectations – Are you asking for a reasonable wage? Investigate the job market to verify expectations.

Irreverent Information – What does the company do and whom makes the decisions? Research the company to ensure your application can be taken seriously.

Length – Tantalize the readers spirit by keeping your resume short and sweet. 

Spelling and Grammar – Hire a professional to clean, organize and update your resume content.

Feedback – Use each interview experience as a tool for the future.

Phone Interview Tips

Personalize: Write down a personal voicemail greeting. Ignite the callers attention with a silly, happy or snooty welcoming. Just be yourself.  Practice your script and listen to the recording. Re-record if needed.

Stay Positive: Think about what you say. Bad mouthing a previous work experience can be toxic and risky for companies to endorse. An uncensored response could end the interview immediately.

Talk Clearly and Slowly: Take a few seconds to formulate and organize your response. Remain calm.

Self Reflect. After the phone interview write down your confessions. How do you feel? What went well? Will there be another interview?