“There is no job that’s better than another job. It might pay better, it might have better benefits, it might look better on a resume and on paper. But actually, it’s not better. Every job is worthwhile and valuable.”
Using LinkedIn doesn’t have to be hard. Use this cheat sheet to help you get started. If you don’t have access to the resource library or have been unable to watch the videos- set aside 20 minutes today to build a profile to get you noticed. And don’t forget to connect with me- Cari Hawthorne
Yes you. You are amazing just the way you are. There’s this saying that says something to the effect of “.. your worth doesn’t diminish because of someone’s inability to see your value”. When things don’t go the way you would expect them too, don’t start doubting yourself. Tweak where necessary but resist the urge to feel as though you have to change who you are to accommodate others.
Maybe you are early in your career and you are trying to find your place. Maybe you are mature in your career and trying to figure out what’s next. Maybe you’re a mother, father, job seeker, business owner, fully engaged employee, full time student, homeless, underemployed, underpaid, overwhelmed and about to burst at the seams.
Like many of you- I know how challenging this certification process can be. Now that the SPHR is over for me, I’ve decided to spend some time sharing a little bit more about the process for me. I’ve been on this certification journey for a while now.
Don’t focus on the drama. Focus on how to navigate the drama. Think of your current situation of frustration as a level in the game. The elevation of your career weighs heavily on your ability to master the level you’re in.