Cultivate strategies for handling career and other (sometimes unexpected) life changes, Executive Life Coach Kate McGuinness advises. During this hour, Kate shares tools she's acquired for successfully weathering transitions. She honed these tools while facing her own career challenges and while earning life coaching certification at the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, California. The linear path of career change versus the cycle of renewal model of change is one topic Kate explores. Others include identifying core values, reframing, experimentation, cocooning, and the role emotion plays during decisionmaking. Kate also shares titles of many books she and her clients consult during times of transition.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
>The Economy Doesn't Suck, It Just Sucks For You
Richest 1% Percent To Have More Than Rest of Humanity Combined
World economy is worse than thought
Israeli Mossad Goes Rogue, Warns U.S. on Iran Sanctions
>>Rahming It Through
How To Sell Off a City: Welcome to Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago, the privatized metropolis of the future.
ITH DEEP-DIVE: The War Is Over. Long Live The War.
9/11 Forever (and Ever)
Obama’s ‘Mission Unaccomplished’ Moment
The Golden Age of Black Ops: Special Ops Missions Already in 105 Countries in 2015
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"Turning down my muse is not an option!" So says artist and art instructor Elaine Duncan, past winner of the Eisner Award for Outstanding Creativity. Whatever form you like your creativity to take, if neglect has caused your muse to go on strike, Elaine's advice will help you gently coax it back. Elaine earned a B.A. in Fine Arts from the University of California at Berkelely and pursued postgraduate studies in art at Colorado State University. In 2007, she served as a panelist during a UC Berkeley symposium on "Making Art in Times of Change." In 2008 Mulberry Knoll Books released Feathered Space, a 120-page story revealed through Elaine's drawings, designs, and poetic word play. Elaine has won many art awards and has exhibited her artwork at The Presidio in San Franscisco and at galleries in Iowa, Arizona, and Illinois.