Process-Based Living Blog

Could a Robot Do Your Job?

Could a Robot Do Your Job?

Focus on Your Journey: How to Plan Financially for Successful Career Transition Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow is Marsha Sinetar's promise in her 1987 book of the same name.  It's a satisfying, in-depth exploration into what it takes to create "vocational...

How to identify (and stop) career sabotage

How to identify (and stop) career sabotage

Three ways to maximize your thinking for successful career transition  We can solve most of our daily problems by thinking of a couple of available options and choosing the best one.  Going to a new restaurant and not sure how to get there?  Look it up on a map and...

4 Surprising Keys to Career Transition

4 Surprising Keys to Career Transition

At the end of a coaching session, a client once said, "I just want you to tell me what I should be doing so I can go do that."  She was half-joking and half-serious, and I know from experience that we needed to explore her statement further to determine how her needs...

Networking Your Way to a New Career

Networking Your Way to a New Career

Most people would rather not spend time thinking about their regrets yet an unexamined regret can haunt us more than the regret itself.  If we don't take the time to learn from our regrets, we risk repeating the same behaviour and undermining our self-confidence....

Career-Changers: What Kind Are You?

Career-Changers: What Kind Are You?

At the end of a coaching session, a client once said, "I just want you to tell me what I should be doing so I can go do that."  She was half-joking and half-serious, and I know from experience that we needed to explore her statement further to determine how her needs...

Shortcuts to Mindfulness

Shortcuts to Mindfulness

A year ago I developed a plan to help me become a leader around the concept of process-based living, an organic approach to creating positive change.  The plan was made up of equal parts vision-realization (e.g., developing a process-based leadership program, writing...

Can’t sleep? Try the Anti-Ruminator

Can’t sleep? Try the Anti-Ruminator

Focus on Your Journey: How to Plan Financially for Successful Career Transition Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow is Marsha Sinetar's promise in her 1987 book of the same name.  It's a satisfying, in-depth exploration into what it takes to create "vocational...