Deepen your "self-employed" attitude: ready yourself for a new era. Beginning the process of change with yourself: start with your own personal growth. Facing the dragon - your work life fears: replace fear with purpose and passion. Integrating independence and interdependence: be yourself and collaborate with, and contribute to, others. Joining, not working for, your organization and customers: do work and build work relationships based on respect, equality and competence. Committing to continuous learning: view your career as a lifetime journey. Creating meaningful worklife: work and live, believing that this world needs you and that you can make a contribution. Who's the boss?: tool box.
Cliff Hakim is founder of Rethinking Work , a career and executive
counseling service. He works with individuals and groups, both
inside and outside of organizations. His focus is self-leadership,
guiding and supporting people to take charge of their worklife.
Cliff has delivered presentations globally, from California to Conecticut and from Haiti to England, on the matter of a "self-employed" attitude. His clients have included Fortune 500 companies, Start-ups, and non-profit organizations and associations. He is the author of When You Lose Your Job, and publishes a newsletter devoted to his clients' purpose, passion, and productivity.