Have you ever felt….stuck?

Just not feeling it on Mondays, dreading the week ahead?

Listen – Life is short!  I need this wake-up call just as much as anyone else. Some days I am ready to move on, and then I think, oh, no… I have so much invested in my career, I have seniority, I have experience, I don’t have time to go back to school, I don’t know what I would do if I didn’t work in this field, I don’t feel like writing a resume, updating my Linked-in account, meeting new people, starting all over.

But – what if I told you – It’s not too late.

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot.

What if I told you I know someone who can help you?  A friend to walk you through the steps, an advocate to nudge you along, to whisper in your ear to keep going?

Meet Alicia Shiller, Career Advisor.  Alicia has more than 6 years of experience working with a wide range of clients – from college students, to new grads, to career-changers and military veterans.

The job search process can be overwhelming and frustrating.  She will work with you to break down the process into manageable steps and provide guidance to improve your job search strategies and skills.

Giveaway: One Hour Career Advising Session

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Hiring can slow down in the summer months…which makes it a great time to revamp your resume, reevaluate your job search strategy, and get ready to hit the ground running come fall.

To help you achieve your job search goals, Alicia is giving away an hour of one-on-one career advising! To enter, just fill out the contact form with your goals & needs.

Alicia will reach out to the winner directly on August 17th to schedule an appointment.

Appointments are available via phone and Skype. Please share this post to encourage friends and family to explore their career options as well.


Contact Alicia for a FREE 10 minute consultation.  Then enter the giveaway for your chance to win an hour long session, and grab a cup of coffee and your notepad and dream out what your career path could look like over the next 3 months to a year. Get started today – before doubt and excuses can creep in.



The Art of Love & Money - It's never too late to be what you might have been. - George Eliot

One of Alicia’s favorite career quotes is “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” It’s by the (female) author George Eliot.

“So many people, even young adults I have worked with,  think that once they start going down a career path, it’s impossible to switch gears. Or, people who are older might think that it’s too late, or too difficult, or there are too many obstacles, to do what they really want to do. I love helping people see that their goals ARE actually attainable!”

-Alicia Schiller

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