Asking for what you want could mean tens of thousands of dollars. But you need to ask for it.
Kathryn Crawford Saxer
coaches mid- to senior-level professionals on career management and development. Connect with her online at kathrynsaxer.com
It can be hard to think about your next job when you’re thriving in your current role. Start planning anyway.
Mistakes and rejections can be devastating. When you’re ready, actively manage how you think about them.
When you make a mistake — like getting your sweater sweaty before a TV appearance — focus on what you’re learning.
Examining every angle — and giving the decision time to percolate — can help at a career crossroads.
A lack of preparation risks your confidence and reputation.
Feeling overwhelmed? Burned out? Stuck? Try sleeping on it.
Whether you’re having a career problem or any type of problem, reframing the issue can have a profound impact.
Decluttering the small, unimportant decisions can help control that overwhelmed feeling.
Having a good story helps boost your confidence — at both cocktail parties and job interviews.