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Jory Butler
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Jory Butler posted a blog post

Twitter To Get A Job

This is one example of how to use "Twitter" in your job search. Have fun with it.The recommended book is called, "The Twitter Job Search Guide."(Go Ahead and hit the full screen button so you can see the video better) If we haven't connected on Twitter, my Twitter ID is: JoryButlerCoachSee More
Jan 20, 2011
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Do What You Gotta Do!!!

 How many people do you know who are looking for that "ONE" perfect career.  I hear some people say, " I can't take that job because it's not what I want'."   They are scared they are going to be stuck.  I completely understand about finding the work you love and not settling for anythingelse.  If that's you, then I applaud.  I…See More
Dec 29, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

I Got Your Free!

 In life when we pursue goals, sometimes life  doesn't agree.   Obstacles and poor choices cause us to stop pursuing our dreams. Obviously, there are many factors in not pursing a dream.  Sometimes weneed an encouraging word or a resource to help us get over the hump. Ingetting to where we want to be, we need to be a…See More
Dec 22, 2010
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Dec 15, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Living Beneath Your Dignity?

I read this article by Dan Miller, author of 48 Days To The Work You Love. I was moved by it’s content. It reminded me of who I really am. For those of you going through transition take these words to heart. I hope it's an encouragement for you.DAN MILLERYes, I know times are tough. I spoke at a conference…See More
Dec 15, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Wanna Be A Superhero?

Would you want to be a superhero like Spider-man, Superman, or even Shrek? Yes, I consider Shrek a superhero. (I personally would love to fly.) Where would someone find out how to become a superhero? How would you ever become a superhero?There really is a simple way to finding out if you would like a particular career. Informational interviewing is a great way to find out. It's asking someone who is doing what you want, questions.For example: If you wanted to become a real estate agent, you…See More
Dec 1, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Thanksgiving and The Resume

What does Thanksgiving and a resume have in common? Not much, but I thought if I titled this blog, "Resume" not many people would be too excited. I was thinking through what to talk about and I thought about the dreaded "Resume." Come on, you know you dread writing your resume.There are many reasons that people struggle writing the resume. We wonder what format, what kind of paper, who do I give it to, etc...etc... I want to give you a few basic tips that may help you figure out this resume…See More
Nov 25, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

That's Just Me, And I'm Stickin' To It!!!

Boy, if we stuck to that line, we would all be in trouble, hugh? Why do we do the things we do? What’s that guy’s problem? Why doesn’t my wife understand me? Ok, maybe the last question is just because wives are superior to husbands. (Wives you can thank me now.) We tend to ask questions like this, because our lack of understanding about personality. There are many personality tests out there. The Myers Briggs, Strong’s, and DISC are to name a few.Why is this “Personality” testing so important…See More
Nov 16, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

I'm Not In Transition, Am I?

The career transition can be one of the hardest parts of life. People are trying to navigate their course and keep a good attitude at the same time. People who tend to focus on where they want to go, usually have a better attitude during career transition. Make the choice today to smile, be good to a friend, and know that you are another day closer to your dream career. Feel free to comment or share with someone who may need some encouragement during their transition.See More
Nov 10, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Move On!!!

Sometimes in life we need to move on, in order to find work we love. It takes hope, confidence, and a plan of action, to help reduce risk. Do your due diligence and if all indications say move, then get moving. Write down your story. I mean the good, the bad, the ugly. What work did you love? What are parts of the job that you liked? What did you want to be when you were a kid? What are your passions away from work? What hobbies do you enjoy? Start creating your story by deciding to do so. So…See More
Oct 26, 2010
Jory Butler is now friends with Sutton Parks and Archie Winningham
Oct 20, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Lost or Found? Road Map

When we are pursuing purpose for our lives, we come to a point where we need direction. A road map is something that gives you direction in your life as well as your career.Doesn't make such a difference when people help give you direction to help you attain your goals? Think of the, "The Biggest Loser," reality show. For those of you who don't know, this is the reality based show that helps people lose weight. Losing weight can be a struggle. How many of the contestants are grateful to have…See More
Oct 20, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Networking and Relationships

The best way to network is to connect with those people you have great relationships. Far too many people go the route of traditional networking, without looking at who they already know. It's like cold calling someone and asking for help vs. calling someone you know well and asking for help. Take time to develop true friendships in your life.In the book, "The Power of Who," Bob Beaudine tells his readers that you already know enough people to help you reach goals in every area of life.Start…See More
Oct 14, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Storms To Sunny Skies

This week I want to share with you the storms of a career search. Many times we don't get what we want when we want it. There are many career changers out there that go through storms before there are sunny. It's worth it to do the work in order to move towards work you love. If you feel that you know someone who needs help have them contact me at the Lukas Coaching Team.See More
Oct 6, 2010
Jory Butler posted a blog post

Hey Buddy! I Need Some Help!

Working with clients, reading many books, and simply living life, one thing is for sure about careers. In order to find a career that you love, you must “Network.” That means building relationships and asking for help. The term network, can instantly cause our minds to go blank and bring fear. Some clients say, “I don’t know anyone who could help me in my job search.” I feel confident they really do know people, but don’t utilize the relationships they have.Do you remember the movie, “Cast…See More
Sep 10, 2010

Profile Information

What is the goal or dream that you have that you've been unable to attain?
Being married and taking my family to church. Starting my Career Coaching business
What is your passion?
God, Family, Friends, and encouraging others to be all God created them to be.
What can the members of this site help you with? (If you don't ask you won't get help).
Brainstorming and encouragement
What is your website?
http://www.lukascoaching.com
Twitter ID (if you have one)
http://jorybutlercoach

Jory Butler's Blog

Twitter To Get A Job

This is one example of how to use "Twitter" in your job search. Have fun with it.



The recommended book is called, "The Twitter Job Search Guide."



(Go Ahead and hit the full screen button so you can see the video better)







If we haven't connected on Twitter, my Twitter ID is:… Continue

Posted on January 20, 2011 at 1:17am

Do What You Gotta Do!!!

 

How many people do you know who are looking for that "ONE" perfect career.  I hear some people say, " I can't take that job because it's not what I

want'."   They are scared they are going to be stuck.  I completely understand about finding the work you love and not…

Continue

Posted on December 29, 2010 at 12:00am

I Got Your Free!

 

In life when we pursue goals, sometimes life  doesn't agree.   Obstacles and poor choices cause us to stop pursuing our dreams. Obviously, there are many factors in not pursing a dream.  Sometimes we

need an encouraging word or a resource to help us get over the hump. 

Ingetting to…

Continue

Posted on December 22, 2010 at 1:01pm

Living Beneath Your Dignity?

I read this article by Dan Miller, author of 48 Days To The Work You Love. I was moved by it’s content. It reminded me of who I really am. For those of you going through transition take these words to heart. I hope it's an encouragement for you.

DAN…

Continue

Posted on December 15, 2010 at 12:53am

Wanna Be A Superhero?











Would you want to be a superhero like Spider-man, Superman, or even Shrek? Yes, I consider Shrek a superhero. (I personally would love to fly.) Where would someone find out how to become a superhero? How would you ever become a superhero?



There really is a simple way to finding out if you would like a particular career. Informational interviewing is a great way to find…

Continue

Posted on December 1, 2010 at 10:52pm

Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 10:58am on February 20, 2009, Derek Sisterhen said…
Hi Jory and welcome to Beyond Past Due! Feel free to check out the groups and discussions here and provide your insight. Thanks for joining us; glad you're here!
At 8:26pm on March 15, 2009, Justin Lukasavige said…
Hey Jory, I replied to your email last week but I haven't heard anything. I'd love to talk with you when you're free. Give me a call anytime (919) 342-0801.
At 10:54pm on August 10, 2010, Rebecca Chapman said…
Thank you for the welcome!

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