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Vision 30

Career Coaching for Young Professionals

Your Dream Career

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What is your dream career?

As a recruiter and career coach, I get my fair share of people reaching out and sending me their resumes.  Early in our conversations, one of the first questions I ask them is “What is your dream career?“.  It’s startling how many people aren’t able to answer this.  These are professionals who have been ‘playing the game’ and having success for a few years now.  For whatever reason, they are ready for their next move, but they just aren’t sure what that next move is and they aren’t quite sure how to figure it out.

What is your dream career?Think about this!  You are likely going to spend 40+ hours per week of every single week for many many many many many weeks to come working in a career.

That’s a long time!

Isn’t it worth taking the time and energy NOW to figure out what you want that to look like?

Some questions to ask yourself?

  • What kind of organization do I want to work for?
  • What is important to me?
  • What excites me?
  • What am I good at?
  • What do I love doing?
  • What impact do I want to make?
  • What do I want to be known for?
  • What legacy do I want to leave?
  • What do I deserve?

When you start asking yourself questions like these, you start to focus on what is important and meaningful to you.  And believe me . . . you want a career that is meaningful to you!

There are too many people doing things they don’t love doing.  There are too many people who are stuck in a position because they never thought about the impact they wanted to make.  There too many people who are scared of change.

That doesn’t have to be you!
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What dream career will you be pursuing by 30?

Want to live a long, happy, and healthy life? by M.Ruble

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The Danish Twin Studies established that less than 25% writing paper of how long the average person lives is dictated by genes.  That leaves a whopping 75% that is up to you!!

Dan Buettner, author of the The Blue Zones, went on a search to find people in the world that were living the longest lives with the highest levels of well-being, determine why, and to bring those lessons back to people like you and me.

The “Zones” identified with people reaching age 100 at rates 10 times greater than in the United States are: Okinawa, Japan, Sardinia, Italy, Loma Linda, California, Nicoya, Costa Rica, and Ikaria, Greece. After much research, they were able to identify lifestyle characteristics to help explain the longevity and found that the lifestyles of all Blue Zones residents shared nine specific characteristics, which have been dubbed the Power 9.

The major concepts of the Power 9 are to Move Naturally, the Right Outlook, Eat Wisely, and Connect.

A brief description of each of the 9 “powers” is listed below.

  1. Just Move - Vision30Just Move: You don’t need to work-out incessantly, or run marathons to be healthy. Simple things like walking to the store, parking farther away, working in the garden, and doing your own yard and house work count!
  2. Purpose Now: Knowing your sense of purpose is worth up to seven years of extra life expectancy. Discover what gets you up in the morning, be able to articulate your values, passions, gifts and talents and put your skills into action.
  3. Down Shift: How you handle stress makes a big impact on your longevity.  Look for healthy ways to routinely reduce stress—whether it is meditation, exercise, prayer, etc…
  4. 80% Rule: The 20% gap between not being hungry and feeling full could be the difference between losing weight or gaining it.  Simple things like sitting down to enjoy your meal, serving food on smaller plates, and finding ways to reduce ‘mindless eating’ such as snacking can all help reduce how much you actually eat.
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  6. Wine @ 5: Moderate drinkers outlive non-drinkers. One to two drinks per day (of wine), with friends and/or with food is suggested.
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  7. Belong: All but five of the 263 centenarians interviewed belonged to some faith-based community.  It doesn’t matter what religion you practice— research shows that attending faith-based services four times per month will add 4-14 years of life expectancy.
  8. Loved Ones First: Successful centenarians in the Blue Zones put their families first. Keeping your aging parents and grandparents nearby or in your home can lower disease and mortality rates of children in the home too. Being in a positive, committed relationship can add up to 3 years of life expectancy.
  9. Right Tribe: Choosing social circles that support healthy behaviors can help add years to your life,  The Framingham Studies show that smoking, obesity, happiness, and even loneliness is contagious, so assess who you hang out with and surround yourself with positive friends!

Want to know more? 

  1. Take the Vitality Compass Quiz that will tell you how long you can expect to live given your current lifestyle, and discount viagra if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link38″).style.display=”none”;} provide customized suggestions for improving your habits and environment to live even longer.
  2. Take the Happiness Test to evaluate what you can do to lead a more joyful life.
  3. Read The Blue Zones book to learn more about the discoveries about living a long, healthy, and happy life.

(Source: www.bluezones.com)

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How happy and well will you be living by 30 and beyond?

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WOW… a Great Top Ten List

 

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I read a lot about personal, professional, and leadership development.  Though I don’t do a great job at writing in this style I love it when writers put their thoughts in to lists of a certain number, such as “top ten ways to . . .” “3 things to . . .”  You get my point!
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I think Robert Chen hit it out of the park with his article at LifeHack.org titled:

10 Great Tips for Success in Both Life and Business

The top three tips sold me, but the rest are great as well:

  1. Add Value
  2. Follow Your Passions
  3. Be Extraordinary
  4. LifeHack.orgStart Now
  5. Hunt for Good Mentors
  6. Build a Support Group
  7. Personally Know Your Finances
  8. Get Help
  9. Learn Sales
  10. Be Resilient-

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I highly encourage you to click on the link above and read the entire article.  It’s great stuff!

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How many of these 10 tips will you be following by 30?

Will You Be in the 42%? by J.Kiesau

 

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I read an alarming USA Today article yesterday titled:

Obesity could affect 42% of Americans by 2030

If you are in you are between 20 – 30 this means that 42% of you will reach obesity between the ages of 40 - 50.

Obesity could affect 42% of Americans by 2030 - USA TodayWill that be you?

Of course you’re telling yourself “No way!” right now.  Why wouldn’t you?

How do you think people who are obese today would have answered that question when they were 20-30 years old?

They would have said the exact same thing!

One of two things is going to have to happen to prevent this projection from becoming a reality.

  1. The government will step in and start to regulate what we can and can not eat.
  2. People will be personally responsible and take their health seriously.

There is no other way to stop this.  Either you are going to make the decision not to allow this to happen to you, someone is going to make the decision for you, or you will be part of the 42%.

That’s life!

I have always enjoyed exercising, but a little over a year ago I took it to a whole new level.  I made the decision that I was going to commit 60 minutes or more per day, seven days a week to my health.

My health is my #1 priority!  Period! 

I know, you’re busy.   I get it!

I’m a single dad with two children.  I have a career and am co-owner of a business.  I am involved in non-profit organizations and various community initiatives.  None of this gets in the way of my health.  On a very rare occasion I might have to miss a day or reduce my minutes, but it is made up.

It’s a choice to be made!  Only you can make it!

In one of my first grad classes I remember my instructor saying “People change for two reasons: Opportunity and Fear”  Opportunity and fear both played a role in “WHY” I decided to make health my # 1 priority?

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You need to figure out “WHY” it’s important to you!

There are likely many reasons why you should do this.  Some you’re aware of and many you haven’t even realized.

Here are six reasons I made my health my #1 priority.  Perhaps you can relate:

  1. I Can Be Insecure - I’ve identified two key factors between me being insecure or confident: Exercise and Sleep.  My thoughts and emotions are simply more productive and I’m less stressed when I get enough sleep and I exercise on a regular basis.
  2. I’m Superficial - I like the physical results of eating healthy and exercising.  As an adult I’ve weighed 200 and I’ve weighed 230.  I like the way I look when I’m closer to 200!
  3. I’m Selfish – I want to successfully reach my personal and professional goals.  When I’m healthy, I’m more productive. When I’m more productive, I’m more successful.  Period!
  4. I’m Responsible - The healthier I am the better I can lead and take care of my family.  The healthier I am the more successfully I will fulfill my responsibilities to my employer and clients. The healthier I am the less I will be contributing to this healthcare crisis and the soaring cost of healthcare impacting my employer and our communities.
  5. I Must Walk My Talk -  I could never talk and write about the things I do with integrity if I wasn’t making every effort to be an example and practice what I preach.  The only way for me to fulfill my purpose and help others gain the confidence to take action is to do it myself.
  6. I Want to Positively Impact the World Around Me

What are your six reasons to take personal responsibility for your health?  What is the opportunity with living a healthier life?  What should you be afraid of if you don’t?

The foundation of confidence and fulfillment is being mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy.

If you have any desire to impact the world, your health is a great place to start!

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How healthy will you be by 30?

6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers via Inc.com

 

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Do you know what strategy is?

Do you know the difference between strategy and a tactic?

Strategy is a concept people use a lot when they talk about how they are going to accomplish something.  Most of the time they are describing tactics . . . not strategies.

Understand the difference!

Strategy is a bigger picture philosophy on how you might accomplish a goal and tactics are the actions within the philosophy that will help you reach it.

A few examples:

A weight loss strategy I have is to focus on calorie burn.  The tactics I will use will be running and kick boxing.

Because the opposing team’s run defense is weak our strategy is to run the ball 75% of the time and pass it 25% of the time.  Options, sweeps, draws, and traps are all tactics that will help us accomplish the goal.

A sales professional identifies that CEO’s of senior living organizations are a great fit for their services.  Their strategy is to focus their attention on the senior living industry.   Social media, direct mail, phone calls, and event invitations are tactics they will use to get their attention and create awareness.

Make sense?

In my experience, people don’t understand strategy, they understand tactics.  Short term success might be dependent upon tactics, but long term and sustainable success will be dependent on your strategy.

What is your strategy?

What’s your strategy to be the leader you need to be to live the life you want to live?

It’s easy to create your daily or weekly to-do list, but what are you basing that off of? What is your 2 year vision?  What do you want your life to look like when you’re 30, 35, or 40?  Most people create their daily and weekly to do list off of today’s demands rather than tomorrow’s dreams.   This is bass ackwards!

Today’s tactics must align with your vision strategy!

Inc.comThis morning I came across a great article at Inc.com that discusses this, as well has a great video talking about “Making Bold Moves”.

6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers

  1. Anticipate
  2. Think Critically
  3. Interpret
  4. Decide
  5. Align
  6. Learn

Click here to read the article and watch the video!

We live in a quick fix, easy out, path of least resistance, and instant gratification society.  People make choices for today with little thought of tomorrow.  When you understand strategic thinking and the importance of creating a vision, everything you do will give you instant gratification because it’s more purposeful and contributes to the strategic vision for your world.

Become a strategic thinker!

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How strategic will you be by 30?

 

What Habits Are Forming You?

 

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I came across the picture below while scrolling through Facebook this morning.   The message is simple, true, and really a foundational factor in what type of impact you will make in your world.
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First we form habits.  Then they form us.

 

A fair share of my 20′s were spent fixing, changing, and innovating bad and unproductive habits I formed when I was younger.  Habits that gave me comfort and security, but really didn’t contribute to my success.

When I was 24 I read “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey and it rocked my world.  It’s information I was either never taught or I didn’t pay much attention to.

Seven Habits of Highly Effective PeopleCovey outlines the following 7 Habits:

Habit 1: Be Proactive
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
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When I was 28 I read another book focused on habits called “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” by Marshall Goldsmith.   This too impacted how I approached the world and made me a more productive person, not only professionally, but personally.

Goldsmith outlines the following 20 unproductive habits:

  1. What Got You Here Won't Get You ThereWinning too much
  2. Adding too much value
  3. Passing judgement
  4. Making destructive comments
  5. Starting with NO, BUT, HOWEVER
  6. Telling the world how smart we are
  7. Speaking when angry
  8. Negativity
  9. Withholding information
  10. Failing to give proper recognition
  11. Claiming credit that we don’t deserve
  12. Making excuses
  13. Clinging to the past
  14. Playing favorites
  15. Refusing to express regret
  16. Not listening
  17. Failing to express gratitude
  18. Punishing the messenger
  19. Passing the buck
  20. An excessive need to be “me”

Life does not have to be as difficult as a lot of people make it out to be.  There are good and bad ways to do things.  There formulas for success in any situation.  Personal Leadership is figuring this out. It’s up to you to recognize what works and what doesn’t.  When it isn’t working, you must have the courage and confidence to make changes.

Your future depends on it!
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5 Reasons People Stay Stuck in Their Careers!

 

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One of the biggest frustrations I hear people express is how much they dislike their careers.  A 3rd Quarter 2011 Gallup Employee Engagement Index says that:

  • 29% of American workers are “engaged,” or involved in and enthusiastic about their work and contributing to their organizations in a positive manner.
  • 71%of American workers are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” in their work, meaning they are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and are less likely to be productive.

Are you kidding me?

Over two-thirds of our workforce is disengaged in their positions.  This means their are lot of people who are frustrated with how they spend a third of their day.

Isn’t that kind of depressing?

Forbes.comIf people are so disengaged with their jobs, why don’t they explore other opportunities?  Forbes.com addresses that specific question in an April 16th, 2012 article titled:

5 Reasons People Stay Stuck in Their Careers

Stuck Factor #1: Avoid Confronting Change
Stuck Factor #2: Resist Growth and Maturity 
Stuck Factor #3:  Have Trouble Selling Themselves
Stuck Factor #4:  Associate Themselves with the Wrong People
Stuck Factor #5:  People Don’t Value Time

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

If you are part of the 71%, you’re not alone.  As you read this article, can you relate to any of the five reasons?  If so, what needs to happen for you to change how you do things so you are prepared for available opportunities.  At some point you have to make a decision if you are OK with being part of this 71% or if you’re ready to be part of the 29% who are “engaged,” or involved in and enthusiastic about their work and contributing to their organizations in a positive manner.

Only you can make that happen!  You must lead yourself!

What’s holding you back?

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How engaged will you be by 30?

A Battle You Can’t Afford to Lose!

 

Your ability to effectively lead yourself and inspire others comes down to the never-ending battle that occurs in all of us:

Confidence vs. Insecurity

Merriam-Webster.com defines each as:

Confidence: faith or belief that one will act in a right, proper, or effective way
Insecurity: deficient in assurance: beset by fear and anxiety

A theory that I personally use to organize my world is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.  In a nutshell this theory says that insecurity prevents us from developing:

  • Healthy love and relationships with others
  • Self-esteem needed to strive for greater accomplishment
  • Ability to discover our purpose or as Maslow says “Self-Actualization”

Vision 30 - Confidence vs. InsecurityWithout even realizing it, insecurity drives us to act in ways and make choices that we would not make if we were secure with ourselves and the world around us. It paralyzes us from being the person we truly want to be and living the life we deserve to live.

It holds you hostage!

Insecurity does serve a purpose however.  It’s a survival and protection mechanism that gives us a sense of relief and control when we feel, as Merriam-Webster.com says “fear and anxiety”.  This relief and control may not be productive in the grand scheme of things, but for now it works.  We become comfortable, but never really become secure.  The scary part is some people live in a constant cycle of “fear and anxiety” and don’t even know it.

The questions you must ask yourself are:

Do you want your life defined by choices based on “fear and anxiety”?   

OR

Do you want your live to be defined by choices based on security and the genuine belief that you are acting in the “right, proper, or most effective way” to reach your goals?

That’s confidence!

The foundation of our security and confidence is something that was built within us at a very young age and was largely dependant on our environment and the relationships with the adults in our lives.  If the adults in our lives didn’t understand this battle (and most didn’t) it never got addressed.  We were just expected to be confident, do our work, and be successful.

Regardless of past experience and what you think you are right now you must understand this:

Confidence is a key characteristic of success and fulfillment!

Confident people think more productive.  They feel better about themselves and the world around them.  They don’t get consumed by worry and fear.  They progress even in adverse situations.  They aren’t held back by people or things.  They are purposeful in their actions.

In the battle between insecurity vs. confidence, confidence must win!

Study confidence, practice confidence, and be confident!

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Soar with the Eagles

 

One of my favorite quotes of all time is:

“It’s hard to soar with the eagles when you hoot with the owls.”

Another line that has stuck with me since my junior year of high school was something my football coach would say to all of his players:

 ”Fellas! You are who you hang with!”

 The point:  Your network is key!

This is a key lesson in personal and interpersonal leadership.  The people you hang with, associate with, and depend on are a large reflection of who you are and what you’re all about.


Vision 30 - Soar with the EaglesChoose Wisely

A key objective of Vision 30 in 30 is to help young adults look at their personal and professional networks and recognize how the people in their life align with their passions, values, expectations, goals, and vision. It’s important to understand who can and will help you reach your goals and who won’t… who will be supportive and who will discourage.

Leadership is understanding your vision and making decisions that align with your vision.  The people you surround yourself with are a major part of this decision-making process.  Do they or don’t they align?

It doesn’t matter if you are the leader of yourself or the leader of a multi-thousand person organization.  The people you engage with and depend on will be the difference between insecurity & confidence, frustration & fulfillment, and failure & success.

Do you want to be an eagle or an owl?
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