A few years ago I started following the blog of a distinguished Army lieutenant colonel who wrote about his transition experiences as he was about to retire and explore life in the corporate world. It seemed that week in and week out he described the many rejections he received or the fact that he couldn’t […]
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Q: Is Passion Over-rated?
A: No, but I think it can be misinterpreted. Read on: When we work with candidates to prepare them to join the business world, we try to put emphasis on the importance of Passion. However, I think our words can easily be misinterpreted. I say that because when I ask candidates about their career interests, many will […]
Your Transition Battle Rhythm (aka: “Me Time”)
“How did it get so late so soon?” – Dr. Seuss We’ve all experienced it. There are not enough hours in the day to conquer all of the items on our to-do list. It’s not unusual to come across candidates in the Alliance Careers training program that wrestle with completing the courses in our syllabus […]