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Sharing and Gratitude

When was the last time you told someone how wonderful they are or how much they mean to you?  That long ago?  Change this today!

Being a woman of my word and practicing what I preach, I want to express my gratitude to the wonderful colleagues I tweet with.  I hope you find their wisdom and information as meaningful as I do!

Meaningful Friends on Twitter who share Job Search and Career Advice















There are so many more…but for now…this moment in time, THANK YOU all!

People I Wish Well

This week, I  had the great pleasure of delivering a 5-day job search boot camp to over 20 wonderful Rochester peeps! I wish them all well!

People Trying to Help

I met a new friend and really fun guy this week, Steve Healy.  He’s written a book, Mid-Life Re-Creation and he’s got a manifesto and he needs your help. I know what you are thinking…another job search help book!  Though I haven’t read this, I did hear Steve tell his story and I honestly, really found him to be sincere in his desire to want to help.  Sometimes it takes hearing the message multiple times and spoken by different people to really resonate. Just saying!


People Who Inspire

And in my Google Plus travels, I have found an amazing site called “Five Things I Learned Today”
Ryan Nance is one of the brains behind this…follow him on Google Plus, Posterous or via the site itself!  It is refreshing and a wonderful reminder of the wonder that surrounds us!

5 Things I Learned Today

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  • Ryan Nance September 1, 2011, 10:43 am

    Thanks so much, Hannah!

    So, I would love to hear your take on the psychology of Job Seekers! Have you, in your experience, got to talk through how job seekers search? how they feel? what helps them make the decisions they make?

    Thanks again!

    • Hannah Morgan September 4, 2011, 6:35 am


      I have spent the last 10 years working almost exclusively with unemployed job seekers. Their stories would both break your heart and lift your spirits!

      Most, if not all of my posts are written to address the challenges they face, from moving away from the job boards to setting a pro-active mental outlook on their search. Based on where they are in their search, the decisions they make come from a variety of different emotions.

      Keep the wonder of “5 Things I learned today” growing! I enjoy seeing and learning along with your team!

  • Miriam Salpeter, Keppie Careers September 1, 2011, 1:22 pm

    Gratitude back to you, Hannah, for your great articles and advice for job seekers and for your friendship and support! I’m so glad social media brought us together and happy to have you as a “social media colleague” turned IRL friend!