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How To Create A Career Advantage Part 2

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This episode is the second of a 2-part series of 7 Guiding Principles to achieve a Career Advantage.

What makes having a career advantage so important to today’s high achiever? Well, why not hear firsthand from a participant in my 7 Guiding Principles to achieve a Career Advantage eCourse.

Janeen, a young professional working in a large biopharma company, said

"I enjoyed the modules and prompts. They allowed me to think about my career and goals in a way that I didn't before. I feel as if I will leave this course being more intentional in my goals and pursuits in both my career and in life."


Her use of the word ‘intentional’ really stood out for me as that is exactly what inspired my motivation for creating this eCourse. Just like in life, unexpected factors impact us professionally so be intentional about who you are and what you want in your pursuit of fulfilling your executive ambitions.

Now, in the last episode of the Tuesdays with Coach Mo podcast (Episode 25), I shared 4 of my 7 Guiding Principles to Achieve a career advantage. Those included:

  • Be an equal opportunity giver of kindness
  • You are responsible for your career. ‘Period’
  • Continue to Be a Student
  • Know Your Life Purpose.

In today’s episode I am sharing the remaining 3 principles that are particularly relevant to the job you currently have;

  • Navigating the Inner Circle
  • Speak UP
  • Like It or Not, You Are a Salesperson

By considering these principles now and creating a plan for yourself, you are taking steps for creating a career advantage!


Coach Mo Knows (a tip, a coaching question, and a bit of inspiration)


1. Grab a copy of my ebook 7 Guiding Principles to Achieve a Career Advantage.
2. Visit the shownotes for this episode at or DM me on IG at Tuesdays with Coach Mo and I’ll send you a link to grab the ebook.

Coaching Question:

Considering the past 3 months, what are 3 instances of you demonstrating your influencing skills? (Describe each instance using the S/TAR format, what was the situation or task, what are the actions you took, what were the results?)


Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It's about impact, influence, and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work, and you have to inspire team-mates and customers. ~ Robin S. Sharma


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