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welcome The Career Coach. Redefine. Refine. Refocus. Reveal...Your Best Work.

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?


“Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) I” for Daily Living

“Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) I” for Daily Living (a UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center program led by
Career Coach, Daisy Swan)
The MAPs I course is an excellent introduction to mindfulness for beginners. MAPs provides insight into the basics of mindfulness, how to develop a mindfulness meditation practice, and how mindfulness can be applied in daily life. It is also appropriate for an experienced practitioner who wishes to revitalize his/her practice. Each class is a dynamic, interactive combination of lecture, practice, and group feedback and discussion. MAPs classes meet weekly for two hours per week for six weeks; this class series is open to the public and to all UCLA staff, faculty, and students. Wednesdays; October 29 – December 10, 2014 (no class November 26); 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM; Torrance, CAFor more information and to register, please click here.


From the Blog

Why You Shouldn't Drop Out To Start Up

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : October 22, 2014

College Degrees, and the time it takes to earn them,are valuable investments… Why You Shouldn’t Drop Out To Start Up | LinkedIn By Dharmesh Shah, Founder and CTO at HubSpot We all secretly think we can be Outliers. Not the kind of Outlier where 10,000 hours is required to master a skill, but the kind where people operate at the extreme edge of possibility. Unfortunately that perspective can lead us to make decisions based on what worked for Outliers – like dropping out of college to start a company. After all, Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard; look how he Read the rest of this entry »


Find Your Passion

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : September 16, 2014

I recently read this article in the NYTimes and realized that my heart was beating a little faster. I was fascinated by the research and the conclusions. And grateful for the resources at the end of the article. A new passion, found. Next, I will take action to do more to be involved. How do you find your passion? And when you feel that heart beat of excitement, what do you do with it? The Way to Beat Poverty By NICHOLAS KRISTOF and SHERYL WuDUNN AS our children were growing up, one of their playmates was a girl named Jessica. Read the rest of this entry »


Life Unfolds in Unexpected Ways, If We Let Our Passions Lead Us...

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : September 13, 2014

Playing Piano, and Blaming Woody Allen Jeff Goldblum, leader of the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, opening at the Café Carlyle on Tuesday, says he could have seen himself as a full-time musician rather than an actor. By DAVE ITZKOFF Jeff Goldblum slipped behind the piano in Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel one afternoon this week, to tinkle away at “Stella by Starlight” and to practice for the shows that he and his jazz band, the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, will begin playing at the Café Carlyle on Tuesday night, in the group’s first New York engagement. But, as Mr. Goldblum, the Read the rest of this entry »