Author Archives: Martha Duesterhoft

The Upside of Getting Involved

When faced with challenges, it is easy to curl up in a ball (aka, going fetal) and head into your blanket fort …

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How Does Vacation Planning Apply to Career Planning?

Happy 2017! I hope many of you were able to enjoy some well-deserved time off. Other than the summer, the holidays are one …

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Are You a Seeker or Speculator When It Comes to the Truth?

The recent weeks have offered quite a bit of discussion and debate about “fake news.” It’s apparent many people just accept what …

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3 Essentials for Dealing with Disappointment

Whew! Last week was a beast, right? All the presidential campaign and election process left me weary. And I’m not the only …

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“Did You Call My Baby Ugly?” and Other Questions to Resolve Conflict

Being fascinated by human behavior is part of who I am and why I chose to build a career focused on the …

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What Are You Doing to Develop Your POV?

There are MANY smart people in the world. And what do they all have? A POV (point of view) about relevant or …

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4 Career Tips From Inside the Snow Globe

I recently returned from a vacation in Montana and spent time exploring Yellowstone – it was FANTASTIC! Since we visited the park …

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Are You Genuinely Happy When Others Succeed?

In a recent conversation with one of my female clients, she asked me, “Why don’t many of the women in senior level …

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