Category Archives: Reflection

February is Already the Hardest Year

Job searches are change. It is a storm of activity that transforms who you are and redefines what is possible. Sacred Time can help by providing support on the epic journey to change your world. Continue reading

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FEAR: Decide and Move on?

Do you feel like you’re stuck in a job? FEAR is holding many people back and it doesn’t have to be this way! With Sacred Time Career Services, you can overcome your FEAR. Continue reading

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Embrace Change

I wanted to share thoughts on why I consider the full-time to be and embrace the season. Um, and part of that is because usually changes afoot, fall is the time of year when I noticed that hiring picks up … Continue reading

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Questions for Your 2020 Vision

James Lipton changed my life. The career change that transformed my life was inspired by the questions Mr. Lipton would ask at the end of every episode of Inside the Actor’s Studio. James Lipton, who plumbed the dramatic arts during … Continue reading

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Strength in Struggle

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the school where I’m now a Career Advisor there is a 20-minute rule which indicates that a person must work for 20 minutes on a problem in which they are stuck before asking for help.  … Continue reading

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Equity

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Equity.  This word has come up for me a few times in the last several days.  Equity has been something I think about it terms of a house meaning that you have paid down your mortgage … Continue reading

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Move Forward in Faith

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux This was a day where the church I’ve become a member of voted to call a person to be their senior pastor.  The big deal about this, for me, was that when the congregation opened up and … Continue reading

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For Such a Time

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux One of my favorite books in the bible is Esther.  I relate to her because of the powerful question that we all have to answer:  were you born for such a time as this?  I also … Continue reading

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Celebrating Independence

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux A divorced man recently admitted to me that once he broke free from his relationship, he needed to redefine himself. He started by reclaiming what others told him he should deny: a love for purple. I … Continue reading

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My Year Ago Self

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux ‘I’m mad at my year-ago-Self!’ someone recently said to me. They were upset because they started using an old device they haven’t used in a year and didn’t realize the alarm was set for some before-the-sun-rises … Continue reading

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