Interview Preparation

Interview preparation can be daunting. The best remedy is preparation: understanding the role properly and its place in the organization, understanding the organization and how your skillset will benefit it, workshopping your answers ahead of time, and addressing your weaker areas or areas of anxiety head on.

Imposter Syndrome & The Museum of Failure

Solidarity Imposter syndrome is so common, you could call it normal. Some studies report that 7 out of 10 people experience imposter feelings (1). Since so many of us deal with these feelings, perhaps we can take solace in solidarity. Imposter syndrome and its attending anxieties tell us we’re not good enough and those thoughts…

How I Found My Jam: A Journey in Job Searches

My “jam” is helping other people find theirs. My greatest professional pleasure is when my clients are successful in their job searches, getting that interview, new job, or promotion. It was a long, twisty road to get here…

How I Found My Jam: The Queen Bean Story

Interview with Jennifer Young of Queen Bean Curated Coffee on the story of how she found her jam, from childhood to career changes and travel to building a community of coffee lovers with bespoke coffee subscriptions.

Imposters: Who Are They?

Who experiences imposter syndrome? Are imposters born or made? Is it an individual phenomenon or a product of our culture?


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About Me

Hi, I’m Jamie. Resume & Job Search Coach based in Calgary, Alberta. This blog is about all things work: finding a job, career development, and making work better.

As someone with disabilities, I’m especially interested in workplace diversity, equity & inclusion.

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