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Dorothy Tannahill-Moran
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  • Olathe, KS
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Did you know fear is the #1 reason people stay in a job they hate? I teach people how to overcome their fear to discover a career they are passionate about and live life as it should be.
While I could tell you about my vast experience in business, job development background and deep process knowledge, I think it's more important for you to understand what I can do for you.
For the past 3 months, I have taught hundreds of job seekers on job search strategy, dozens insider secrets and management perspectives that are giving them an edge no one else has. People who have been in the dumps are now inspired and are taking more action since these workshops than the entire time they've been job searching. My clients rise above the herd, they are getting hired.
In 8 weeks and 10 steps, I can teach you how to change your career and live life as it should be. One of my clients was lonely and confused about her professional direction. She discovered the career of her dreams which changed her life so completely she found her husband. One day she told me "my fiance' told me to thank you for bringing me into your life".
Career change can transform your life in totally unexpected ways. If you're ready to know and act on the number one secret to inspire you to step into who you were meant to be, contact me for a complimentary career strategy session,

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From Bump to Birth: 10 Tips for Maternity Leave

Posted on November 10, 2013 at 3:16pm 0 Comments

While our biggest focus at Credit Card Insider is providing information about the responsible use of credit and credit cards, we're always looking for ways to help people manage their finances in all areas of life, and especially at different major life stages. For this post, we asked for maternity leave advice from experienced moms in the workforce and discovered ten key themes.

1. Communicate with your employer

2. Be…


I need your help!

Posted on March 4, 2012 at 2:51pm 0 Comments

If you have a Facebook account or even your kids, I need your vote!  I'm competing in a contest for a membership that's fairly expensive and whoever gets the most votes for their video wins!  Please help me by voting using the link here and to pass this request along to your FB friends.  thx. Dorothy



Bad Boss Series: What To Do When The Boss – Hovers Over You?

Posted on December 5, 2011 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

This bad boss is sometimes known as the “helicopter boss”.  They seem to have nothing better to do than to lurk over your shoulder while you’re trying to get your work done.  To add insult to this, they may nit-pick and even rework what you’ve done.  It leaves you wondering why they hired you in the first place, if they can spend so much time hovering over your job rather than doing their own.

There are a number of potential causes for this:

     They are too controlling.  They…


Bad Boss Series: What To Do When The Boss – Takes Credit For Your Work?

Posted on November 29, 2011 at 5:29pm 0 Comments

Among the many things that bad bosses have been known to do is to take credit for your hard work or ideas.  You don’t like it when a peer does it, but with that group, you feel you might have some recourse to stifle what they’re doing.  What do you do when a boss does it?

The line between a legitimate ethics violation and simply representing innovation in the department can at times be hard to tell.  There are some perspectives to have first before taking any action.

You need…


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At 8:25pm on January 19, 2012, Deborah Desrochers-Jacques said…

Do you have a bad coworker series?

At 10:34pm on August 15, 2011, Bradi Nathan said…

D- any advice re: the post below?

How to get back on track with my jewelry business

Hello everyone,


I have been a Cookie Lee consultant for over two years now and really love it. When I first started, I was very successful, had at least 3 shows every month and the sales were great. After a few months, I decided to study a Tax preparation course and stopped hosting shows, in others words, I put my business on hold. After finishing my program, I decided to start doing shows again but it has been tough. I feel like I'm missing that willingness to go out there and be successful again. Any advise on to how to promote my business again and be back on track??? All thoughts are well appriciated.

At 2:55pm on March 27, 2011, Bradi Nathan said…
D- Any tips for this member named DAWN who writes:
I saw your article in the Park Avenue local NJ magazine. I just loved the idea and connected immediately with the article! Anyway, I am a f/t working mom in the Pharmaceutical HR world with 3 year old b/g twins and a almost 2 year old girl. My son also is Autistic spectrum and in EI program in our school district. I never missed a beat, going back to work after the twins and the baby, scared to have the gap in employment and loss of income (somewhat of a workaholic and perfectionist to a fault). I recently was downsized from my 8 year Pharma company and joined a new smaller Pharma co 6 months ago. My challenge and the question...this company although they stated it in the interview process, does not embrace work/life balance and having three young children, being sick or snow or any other external variable that throws itself my way, its a challenge to not have the flexibility that I had at my previous company. With that said, I am finding myself disengaged from the "corporate world", I just cannot manage the career job at this place and my family. My husband also started a new job about the same time but in NYC and his job takes the precidence over mine, albeit we are both career focused individuals. I've been told I don't have the option to not work, and feel I am a better mother and person when I do work, but I carry the ENTIRE load of responsibilities with very little help. Finding myself burning out as full time employee and mom. Do you have any resources that can direct me to part-time work, consulting, work from home, etc. I am a degreed accountant for 10+ years and last 8 in HR. I simply just don't know where to begin. Any assistance greatly appreciated!!!!!
At 9:45pm on January 5, 2011, Bradi Nathan said…

Hi Dorothy, Thought you could help member Helen Conley with her submission below:

I am an older mom who has had intermittent work force participation but who wants to get a full-time job. I have a doctorate in Sociology with full-time teaching experience, was a market research supervisor, do internet marketing and sales, was also an administrative assistant, and am a certified pharmacy technician. My age is working against me, and I need new strategies to get around it. I'd like to hear from any others in the same boat.

Thx Bradi (enter Helen Conley into member search box to write on her wall!)

At 12:16am on May 7, 2010, Terry Starr said…
Hi Dorothy,
Happy Butterfly Birthday!
Terry & Bradi, Co-Founders, Bfly
At 12:07pm on March 17, 2010, Terry Starr said…
Hi Dorothy,
A big welcome to Butterfly! Thank you for your support. As you'll see on our site, we offer a resident Career Coach, Elder Care Expert and a national job board... we would love your help in spreading our mission to your wide circle of friends/colleagues/family.

You can start your journey here by joining some of the many active groups to connect and network with like-minded women, such as our RESUME & INTERVIEW TIPS group or HR MOMS group (groups found under the members tab).

Don't miss the inspiring videos and interviews with our Mom Mentors who offer solutions in work/life tactics and share their own personal journey in juggling work and family. Liz Lange, founder of Liz Lange Maternity is showcased in March- an amazingly talented entrepreneur who didn't listen to nay-sayers. You may also enjoy the interview with author GLORIA ALLRED and her daughter, Legal Analyst, Lisa Bloom - click interviews/videos.

Enjoy the resourceful editorial and let us know if you have any questions.
Terry/Bradi, Co-Founders
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