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What changes do you want from the new year?

Are you happy in your work? According to the Conference Board’s annual Job Satisfaction Survey, half of you (on average) are not. REALLY?? Maybe it’s just that we haven’t yet recovered from the dark days of a broken economy –

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How Verbs Can Set You Free

Coaching and mentoring isn’t just about giving. I learn as much from those I coach and mentor as they learn from me, regardless of what stage of their career they’re in. One of my clients recently reflected on a lesson

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Resolutions, Part II

So much great discussion ensued from my last post that I wanted to be sure & share a couple of additional thoughts that came from readers. In response to #3 (Be Specific & set SMART goals), Mike White, a fellow

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Posted in Brand Strategy & Marketing Perspectives, Coaching Insights

You Say You Want a Resolution?

Looking back on 2013 is a bit like leaning back over a black hole for me –there’s some good stuff in there, but mostly I hope I don’t get sucked back in and have to relive it.  It was a

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Assessing cultural fit

One of the hardest factors to assess when considering a new job is your cultural fit with the organization.  In my own experience as well as my observation of others’ careers, it is the factor most likely to be given

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Your limits may be higher than you think

A friend of mine recently returned from Africa, hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro (the continent’s tallest peak at 19,341 feet).  Kilimanjaro is the only mountain among the world’s “Seven Summits” that can be scaled in a hike, with no technical climbing gear

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What they’re saying

“I worked with Monica on my resume and Linked in site and found her to be quite helpful with polishing things up. Where the coaching really paid off was during the interview process. Monica helped me clearly articulate my personal

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Monica Hahn is a consultant who provides marketing and brand strategy, based in the San Francisco Bay area. Monica is also a career and executive coach who works in person or virtually.

What clients say
What clients say about Monica Hahn: Monica has been one of the most influential and valued Career Coaches I've had the pleasure of working with. She's always shown a genuine interest in helping me achieve my career goals. Monica’s integrity, passion, and intellect distinguish her in her field. Her ability to envision and pave new pathways to our brand and concept are unparalleled.
Kevin Price interviews Monica Hahn of Hahn Solo Strategy. Monica Hahn is a consultant who provides marketing and brand strategy, based in the San Francisco Bay area. Monica is also a career and executive coach who works in person or virtually.

Listen to my interview with Kevin Price on "The Price of Business."