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Since founding a coaching firm in 2010, I’ve worked with hundreds of clients, from CEOs, senior executives, and successful entrepreneurs to MBA students. The fear that other people have control over your career is all too common.

So who’s keeping your train on the tracks — you or them? Read Tanya’s article on

Career Coach Forbes Article by Tanya Ezekiel - Career Longevity - Keeping Your Train On The Tracks

Career Coach Forbes Article by Tanya Ezekiel - Career Longevity - Keeping Your Train On The Tracks

Starting a new job can be nerve-wracking for anyone, but when you are a new MBA grad with years of study and thousands of dollars on the line…Read the article on

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Why Do I Need a Coach?

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Mind Over Mindful

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This is a must-read book for anyone looking to change their perspective and live a more purposeful life. Michael O’Brien shows that the secret to becoming our best starts with our mindset. Drawing on his personal story from his ”last bad day”, Michael shares the emotional and physical recovery that starts with his near-death accident on the morning of July 11th , 2001.

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The Authenticity Paradox

By Herminia Ibarra – Harvard Business Review

Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact.

How Well Are You Listening?

By Elizabeth Bernstein – The Wall Street Journal

How ‘Active Listening’ Makes Both Participants in a Conversation Feel Better

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