• How to make your current career work better for you
  • How to land a great job
  • How to create the best resume
  • How to conduct the best interview
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    How to network effectively and more...

As an experienced coach, a leader of business and non-profit organizations, a marketing expert and as  a psychotherapist,  
I offer the unique benefit of helping solve career issues
from four different perspectives....

  • How to Advance at Your Job
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    Career Transition
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    Choosing a Career
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    Improving Job Satisfaction
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    Interview Coaching
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    Networking Effectively
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    Resume/LinkedIn/Cover Letter preparation
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    Work/Life Balance
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    Improving Productivity
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    Handling Anxiety

I offer the unique benefit of helping solve career issues from four different perspectives: As a coach I know the techniques to keep you focused and motivated. As a leader of business and non-profit organizations I can provide you with a wealth of insights on career advancement. As a marketing expert I can teach you how to position and "sell" yourself. And as a psychotherapist, I can help you uncover obstacles and/or interests that are much more likely to surface through insightful questioning and dialogue than in static personality or career testing. With these multiple, objective perspectives we will be able to develop creative, actionable, and effective solutions.

Jim's unique experience, training, and gifts mean that he can address both the personal and professional challenges in your life.

I welcome you to my site. Please visit my blog for dozens of useful strategies and techniques to improve your work and relationships, and greatly enhance satisfaction with your life in general.

Please review the dozens of LinkedIn recommendations I've received:

as well as those on this site, which will attest to the many kinds of services I provide, and their value. 

And I encourage you to read the articles below:

"How to Find Work You Love" published in the Washingtonian Magazine.

"How to Afford Your Next Midlife Crisis" featured in the Personal Finance section of US News & World Report. 

When I need help with creative, out-of-the-box solutions, Jim offers suggestions I would never have thought of, or gives me the tools to come up with them on my own.