Just recently I’ve partnered up with the Puget Sound Business Journal to offer my career coaching expertise in a wider format (a.k.a Seminars). We’ve had a couple of great events already with spectacular feedback. I am very excited that through this medium we’re able to reach a larger audience in a shorter period of time and help them become employed quickly.

I’ll be posting snippets of our events here along with categories such as Resume Writing 2.0 (how to write your resume for today’s market), Job Searching 2.0 (how to use networking/social media for job searching), Psychology of Interviewing (how to speak the interviewer’s language and persuade them to hire YOU), among other topics such as organizational skills, personal development, among others.

I had a few articles written and wanted to post them here this weekend but my laptop crashed out of the blue. Now I’m using our 2nd computer to write this and I hope to get my new computer up and running so I can give you the information you need as a quickly as possible.

Due to sponsorship and good will, we’re offering some of our seminars at absolutely no charge. I urge you to attend an event or two to learn the new tips that can help you become employed quickly.

The registration page can be found here.

I look forward to meeting you and helping you with your next quest.


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Live Seminars in December

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One Response to Introducing Career Search Seminars 2.0 in Seattle

  1. Joseph says:

    I am 46 , recent graduate with a Masters from Seattle U, I am doing a career change.
    I am presently in a low end job that I took while going through my masters program, and need to move.
    It has been many years since I have searched for a new job, and now I am trying to figure all new system.
    I need help assessing my career path and options.