When Are You Done?

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com If you’re a perfectionist, you may never complete a project because it’s never quite perfect. If there are millions of perfectionists that manage to get things done, what’s their secret? Learning to let go before you’ve reached your standards is a difficult thing to do. But, it’s a lesson you […]

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The Kind of Life That is Only Meant for Sheep

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com When you’re in grade school you regularly receive a report card detailing your progress. If you work for a company that follows Human Resources best practices, you likely get the opportunity to consider your progress at an annual or semi-annual review. If, however, your life does not have built in […]

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The Product: Awareness

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com I’m on a quest for greater awareness — self awareness, disease awareness, rights awareness. It didn’t start off that way. I think I became more self-aware by accident. But the more I knew about myself, the more I achieved. The more causes I learned about, the more meaningful my efforts […]

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Extraordinary Accomplishments Start with a Dream

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com What’s your dream? I’m not trying to inspire you just for the sake of adrenaline. I’m seriously asking you to name your dream. You may want a specific job or hope to travel the world. You may want to be the best soccer mom there ever was. Learn a language, […]

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Reorganizing My Goals

I have struggled to fit all my strengths into one career “bucket.” The greatest success I have had incorporating my goals into one objective was becoming a writer. Writing has allowed me to use so many of my strengths. My ability to find compassion for people, negotiate frugal deals, convince the doubtful… all of this […]

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Do You Have Real Life Goals?

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com When you go to a job interview you will likely be asked about your goals in one form or another. The interesting thing is that few people think about this question unless they are asked. I challenge you to sit down with a pencil and piece of paper and jot […]

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