Goals

How to Re-evaluate a 2020 Transformation Gone Wrong

By Elizabeth Borelli / June 26, 2020

It’s nothing less than mind-blowing, this massive course-redirect life has taken – a 2020 transformation none of us could have predicted 6 months ago. In January I hosted a 2020 Transformation event designed to help people initiate big change. I talked about how approaching goals using the right change management strategies was the key to…

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Anxiety Breakthrough Foundations

By Elizabeth Borelli / May 28, 2020

Are you dropping the ball or losing your shizzle these past few months? Me too. As one client mentioned, it’s like Groundhogs Day, every day. Yet while time feels like it’s standing still, on the outside things are changing rapidly. How can you pursue your personal or professional goals when you’re too overwhelmed to know…

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4 Sanity-Saving Strategies for Times of Crisis

By Elizabeth Borelli / April 22, 2020

If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today. -Thich Nhat Hanh Clearly Thich has had more training in crisis management than most people. Fortunately one of his methods is readily available to those of us ready to learn. In the midst of anxiety and uncertainty a trend based on…

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6 Ways to Focus Your Job Search in a Crisis

By Elizabeth Borelli / April 20, 2020

It’s harder than ever to focus with everything happening right now. The feelings of uncertainty during this unprecedented time can and will distract you from your goals. Life in flux and crisis updates make it difficult to stay on task. And if you happen to have kids at home, make it a double. Most of…

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Finding Comfort and Connection in Today’s New Normal

By Elizabeth Borelli / April 15, 2020

Chaotic. That’s how I’d describe my state of mind over the past 3 weeks. As a coach, I should be in a good position to deal with this. I’ve a. worked from home for long enough to have the process mostly down, and b. spent many years learning, teaching and practicing the wellness and emotional coping…

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Why Being the Best Won’t Get You the Job

By Elizabeth Borelli / March 9, 2020

A recent conversation reminded me of an often-overlooked hiring fact. In talking with a highly qualified candidate who kept hitting roadblocks when it came to the job offer, I saw the familiar signs. In the final decision rounds, hiring managers will always choose the less risky candidate over the “best” (smartest, best-educated, most experienced) one.…

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But…won’t I seem pushy?

By Elizabeth Borelli / February 18, 2020

Won’t I seem pushy? I get this question almost daily from the clients I work with. They read a job description that’s a perfect fit and they’re ready to apply. Yet during our strategy discussion, they’re worried about crossing the line between proactive and pushy. But here’s the thing to keep in mind; career networking…

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Smart Ways to Recharge your Change Plan

By Elizabeth Borelli / January 28, 2020

Have you ever started something with the best of intentions; a job search, a health goal, a new year’s resolution, then abandoned it half-way through? The problem is that impossibly long, lonely middle-ground that stands between you and your goal. If you’re working through a 2020 resolution, this is the point where most people (90%…

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Goal Gauge Worksheet Featured on KATU!

By Elizabeth Borelli / January 23, 2020

So excited to have my Goal Gauge worksheet featured on KATU with Lori Faren and Tra’Renee Chambers! Watch Now This exercise is based on the course “Designing Your Life”. As referenced in the segment, the 4 parts that make the ideal whole include: HEALTH WORK PLAY LOVE (relationship and/or spirituality). The idea is to start…

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Designing Your Life, Start with the Right Goal

By Elizabeth Borelli / January 15, 2020

It’s mid-January, are you in goal overload? To be honest, all this goal planning excitement had me spinning in circles this week. One of my goals is more community involvement, and before I knew it I had committed to presenting 5 career planning sessions at my kids’ high school over 2 days’ time. It was…

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