Accomplish More in 10 Minutes a Day

It's all about time management. If we do not manage our time those minutes and hours slip by. Here's a way to do more, enjoy what you’re doing and reduce stress. When I was young, I have fond memories of visiting my grandparent’s home. I remember being fascinated with my grandfather as he was...

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Soulful Creation During COVID-19

The summer of 2020 is unlike any other. Gone are overseas vacations, baseball games, concerts, festivals and fairs, farmers markets and even going to the cinema. These are only a few activities that we may have had on our calendar and taken for granted in the past. Instead of going somewhere and...

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Create Your Personal Branding Statement

You are in the job market again. It's important that your resume is noticed. One way to ensure this is to have a personal branding statement which stands out. Picture this, you are a hiring manager and over 20 resumes have landed on your desk or inbox. You're already busy and understand the...

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Slowing it All Down, On Retreat

In our fast-paced, technology-driven world it can be easy to forget that we don’t need to be connected at all times. Only a few years ago, we weren’t nearly as connected as we are today. It's not uncommon to be posting pictures to friends and family in real time while on a vacation. Gone are the...

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Putting Adventure Into Your Life

Over the years I have worked with many clients who recognized that they needed to put some adventure into their lives. Each person was different; however they shared common themes of desiring excitement, increased energy and a chance to refresh. They could also be found complaining about being...

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Leading From The Heart

I am always amazed at how many companies will promote a person into a new leadership role without training or support. Having the title of supervisor, manager or director is very nice and the idea that the person is a leader even better, however, the sad reality is that the majority of...

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Four Commitments of My Expatriate Assignment

Seated in the hotel restaurant, on the first day of my expatriate assignment in Kuwait, I was having breakfast with the regional director. He gazed out the window at the Arabian Gulf and then turned to me. “Do you like sunshine?”  Not knowing him, I thought that was a strange question, but said...

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Loving Versus Liking What You Do

I recall this quote: "If you can be successful doing something you don't love, imagine how successful you can be doing something you love?" - author unknown. It has stayed with me because it is so true. When I reflect on my own career I related very well with this because while I was successful in...

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The Power of Silence

Several years ago, I embarked on a professional transition which I fondly called “my life experiment.” I retired from a long corporate career and left behind not only work I knew, for over 24 years, but a work family, friends and lifestyle. The decision to take the early retirement was one which I...

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Career Resources

Click each to download valuable tips and information for the different stages of the job search. In the resume and interview documents you’ll find many links to articles and videos sharing more successful tips.

Clear Insights Resume Guidelines

The Right Use of Keywords from HR Magazine

Tips for a Powerful Cover Letter by Mind Tools

Clear Insights Interview Tips

Career Blog – The Washington Post

Scott contributes to

Transform Your Life Book 2

and

52 Activities for Successful International Relocation

Has also been featured in Washingtonian Magazine and Transformation Magazine.