Cliff Notes – Luanne Stevenson – 12/12/2009

DFN: If you haven’t hear Luanne, it’s an absolute must to hear her the next time she speaks at Job Connections. She’s bright, articulate, engaging, insightful, and bubbling with excess energy that will guarantee to let you leave the meeting (at JC) feeling energized and committed to your success.

Luanne Stephenson – 12/12/2009

Ex-DBM consultant
Resumes are a place to start
Day of a 30 year career are gone.
Career transition every 3-5 years.
Transition is a way of life, need to know how to get better at transition.

What do you see yourself having accomplished 12/12/2010.

What obstacles do you see to overcome.

You have to put a stake in the ground.

Talking it through, thinking about it, what is more helpful?

Need to spend time, stay the course.

Start doing something, don’t wait until somethings prefect.

There are things in / out if your control. You need to recognize what’s what.? Embrace and let what you can’t control. Focus on what you can control.
Attitude, network, knowledge base, openness to new things. Don’t use what you can’t control as an excuse.

Score yourself on these segments. 1-10.

1. How satisfied are you with your career transition strategy? (8)
2. Need to take good care of yourself. (5)
3. Are you connecting with people I. Your network. (6)
4. Clear about your goals and initiatives. (7)

5. satisfied with your professional / community involvement. (8)
6. Staying on top of email / voicemail. (7)
7. staying organized. (8)
8. Time management. (7)

Need to clear up clutter, will free up your mind. What do I need to do to increase scores?

Put a stake in the ground re how to do better on the next year. Decide where you want to be, not every thing needs to be a ten.

EXERCISE = confidence, alert

What will you start doing to regain balance in your career transition?

What will I stop doing, reprioritze or delegate?

Prioritize A, B, C do As first. Put dates down on paper. Start or complete date.

Willingness to make commitments on paper a key to success.

EXERCISE = confidence, alert

What will I start doing to regain balance in your career transition?

What will I stop doing, reprioritze or delegate?

Prioritize A, B, C do As first. Put dates down on paper. start or complete date.

Willingness to make commitments on paper = success.

Luanne’s contact info:
Luanne Stevenson, Principal Training Consultant and Career Coach
Pajaro Group Consulting, Inc.
Phone: 925-262-8201
Email: inspireall@comcast.net

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