Supposedly the hard part is over — you got the job. You have gone through a myriad of interviews, sold your skills like the best car salesman on the lot and asked questions, (because you must have a question or two) but now you are stumped on the numbers, the moolah, the salary. The good part is that you are thinking about it. According to the 2017 Job Seeker Nation Study conducted by Jobvite, a software and recruiting company, only 29 percent of job seekers negotiated their salary at their current or most recent job. The study went on to note that confidence
This graph shows how the way we shop has changed over the years, from 2013 to 2017, through in-store, PC, tablet and mobile channels. Where do you stack up? I am a mix of in-store (I like to try things on!) and PC (soooo convenient!).
Life coaches are professionals who help you reach a goal or make a change in your life. Some of these changes could range from taking the leap from a 9-5 job to becoming a full-time entrepreneur, assistance in getting over the loss of a loved one or even finding ones’ purpose in life. When someone goes to a life coach they usually have many questions and it is the goal of the coach to help them discover (and sometimes uncover) the answers through discussion, suggestions, brainstorming and reflection. Bobbi Curtis who has been a life coach for almost 4 years
Rachel Sheerin, a self-proclaimed type-A personality, had worked non-stop for others with work, family and more for as long as she could remember. After her relationships and health began to deteriorate, Sheerin, who lives in Charlotte, decided something had to change. “I consider myself a recovering workaholic,” she said jokingly. It was in 2015 that Sheerin, 30, began quietly doing some major soul searching and in 2016 she decided to start her own company, She Sells She Soars. The sales consulting and coaching firm helps creative female entrepreneurs increase their sales, organize their business and focus on their passion, business and personal growth. Also during