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5 Ways to Make Your 2015 Career Resolutions Stick

If you’re like me, you love what a new year brings: the chance to do something different, start something new, change something about your life for the better. A new year offers a clean slate, an opportunity to start fresh, a chance to turn the page on the past.

So why is it so hard to stick to those new goals we make with such resolve, ambition and determination when January rolls around?

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Mom Success Story: From Corporate Career to Entrepreneur Extraordinaire

After almost nine years with a well-known insurance company, Justine made the decision to leave her job while on maternity leave with child number two. Deep down she had always wanted to stay at home with her kids, but when she took the plunge to trade corporate life for tender moments with her young children, she wasn’t exactly sure what to expect.

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For Cindy, My Friend and Career Cheerleader

Cindy

When I think about what constitutes career happiness, I think of the people who lend support along the way. Personally I have changed jobs, left jobs, landed jobs using creative and assertive job hunting strategies, and started my own business. A lot of it took courage, especially when it came to the dividing line between following a gut instinct and following the path someone else thought was best for me. Those who supported me over the years allowed me to fail - just as much as I succeeded.

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