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I created Direct Your Career (DYC) to help job seekers find their dream job and people who have already found good jobs to get the most out of their career.

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  • There is no “they” in your career
    on Aug 5, 2011 in career careers Uncategorized
    Like so many people, in my early years I often blamed a great many things in my career on the invisible “they“.   As in “they don’t care about us” or “they just don’t understand”.  It was the same th...
  • Is college worth it?Obviously, that is a loaded question. I can assure you that all of the people who have dedicated their lives, professions, and livelihood to education will and should give you an emotional “YES”! But what of the rest of us that worked har...
  • I need a job!
    on Aug 3, 2011 in Uncategorized
    In recent weeks, several colleagues have asked my help to find a new job.  Finding a job is pretty hard, but with some skill it can be made easier.  Most people just shot gun resumes until one sticks.   That does work, but it is a lot more painfu...
  • The Best Management Personalities
    on Aug 1, 2011 in career careers job jobs management
    As I have studied careers, business, and management over the years, I have come up with four personality types of leadership. The first is positive, the next two are neutral to negative, and the fourth is a disaster. The first management personality...
  • NIH – Not invented here!
    on Jul 31, 2011 in career Uncategorized
    NIH is something that permeates bad management and bad businesses everywhere.  Basically, it means that if you or a member of your team did not come up with an idea, then you immediately discount it as being bad, or unworthy.  I know you have encou...
  • The Tazmanian DevilOne of the first things I learned in business about people is that there are marathon runners and there are sprinters. What I mean by that is that some people can only work on a project or hold a thought for a short period of time before losing their...
  • IT is hard, but why is Retail IT So Much Harder?
    on Jul 28, 2011 in careers jobs management resume
    I have been in IT for my entire career, and I love it.  Right out of college, after studying computer science at Indiana University, I got my first programming job in a hospital, and I loved that job.  I loved writing programs and watching my users...
  • Email protocol at work – don’t hit send yet!!!
    on Jul 27, 2011 in career career coach careers
    Email may be one of the most effective and efficient forms of communication since the telephone. And, it can be one of the leading causes of workplace problems since the rumor mill. When used correctly, email is a truly wonderful tool, but it is also...
  • Handling Criticism from Your Superiors: Listen, Learn, and Improve
    on Jul 26, 2011 in career career coach careers
    The following article is a guest post by Mariana Ashley.  Criticism within certain jobs varies highly, based mostly on the temperament of your superiors. Some supervisors will be very generous with their criticisms, some will overdo it, while others...
  • Balance in all things
    on Jul 23, 2011 in career career coach careers
    Like so many people, I have often found myself struggling to maintain a certain balance in my life and my career.   What I mean by balance, is that I allow myself to focus too much on one thing, spending time and energy on that thing to the detrime...
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