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Finding happiness at work - from the career coach
Life Stages - notes from the career counselor

What can we do for you?

welcome Daisy Swan & Associates works with proactive people seeking balance in both work and life. We are committed to helping you not just better your career, but better yourself in the process. We`ll help you to realize your potential and accelerate your success according to your LifeStage and career phase. It`s career coaching and career strategizing designed to overcome any set of obstacles, for all the range of life stages. Because it`s not just about what`s not working now, it`s about where you`re taking yourself next.Learn more about Career Coaching


Understanding your life stage

Beginnings - Roadblocks - Authenticity - Wisdom

imageB These words capture what proactive, forward looking people experience as they move forward in their lives. When I first talk with clients or potential clients they often think something`s not working right so there must be something wrong with them. What I hear is that there`s something really right growing into a new way of being. What's your LifeStage?


A Kinder Way Through Transitions – One Day Ojai Workshop

A Kinder Way Through Transitions – One Day Ojai Workshop Join Daisy Swan, career coach and mindfulness instructor, for a day of exploration and discovery to help you to step into a new and kinder way of being in transition, to invite more ease, to move to the next chapter of your life. Using a variety of exercises, vision boards, mindfulness meditation and discussion, participants will have tools to use again and again – beyond this helpful and informative day. Bring a lunch or walk to a local eatery with the group. A one-hour follow-up conference call is included. Saturday, April 26, 2014; 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Working ARTIST Gallery, Ojai, CAFor more information and to register, please click here.


From the Blog

Spring's Transistions

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : April 11, 2014

April has arrived…and with it, more fresh starts. I’m excited to see how many great job openings have popped up lately, for my clients at every career level. Good news for people who are transitioning to new ways of working, and living. I have to say, the emails that I receive from former clients are incredibly touching and exciting for me to read…people who have completely changed course, switched to a new company or a freelance status, or have even started their own businesses. I am loving my work more and more these days, having the opportunity to see women Read the rest of this entry »



Author : Daisy Swan | Date : April 01, 2014

Daisy Swan – Career Coach Guest Contributor for My L.A. Lifestyle Boss driving you crazy with micro-managing, irrational, controlling behavior, or not giving you the support and direction you need? Co-worker stealing your ideas and taking credit for work that you did? Mind-numbing, repetitive work or projects making you feel like quitting your job, right now? Or do you feel intimidated and under-qualified for the job…not talented enough, not smart enough, and generally overwhelmed? You’re in good company. These stress and anxiety-provoking thoughts and feelings induce a kind of tunnel vision. We hyper-focus on what’s not working, and often our Read the rest of this entry »


And Now for a Little Perspective on the Job Search ~ Theirs, Yours, Ours...

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : March 18, 2014

When Chief Executives Become Job Seekers By RACHEL FEINTZEIG When Ravi Saligram ran OfficeMax Inc., he revamped the Fortune FT.T -2.56% 500 retailer’s digital strategy and engineered a merger with its chief rival before leaving last November after three years at the helm. Now on the hunt for a new job as a chief executive, the 57-year-old Mr. Saligram has traded the corner office for his home office in Naperville, Ill. Without an executive assistant for the first time in more than a decade, his hours are suddenly his own. Recently, he debated whether to join LinkedIn. Former CEOs get Read the rest of this entry »