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  • drdianehamilton 2:21 pm on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Dr. Diane Hamilton – Tech Forum 2010 

     

    For those of you  atttending  University of Advancing Technology Tech Forum –  I will be giving a talk about “How to Obtain Your Dream Job And Make More Money Marketing You”  – See:  University of Advancing Technology – Tech Forum 2010.  The talk will be from 5:30-6:30 on November 4, 2010 at UAT.  For more information about the speakers at this seminar, click here.

     
  • drdianehamilton 11:51 am on October 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    How to Reinvent Your Career 

    If you have lost your job or are in a career that you dislike, there is hope. In her latest book, How to Reinvent Your Career: Make Money Doing What You Love, Dr. Diane Hamilton explains: There is, in fact a way to find YOUR definition of that dream job and make the money you deserve every day.
    Mike Leonard of NBC Today‘s Show states: There has never been a better time to take note of Dr. Diane Hamilton’s wise and encouraging advice. Use this book as a road map to a better career and a more fulfilling life.”

    Many people have recently lost their jobs, forcing them to recreate their jobs and their lives—allowing them to finally do what they love. There are more freelancers and new businesses than ever before. Out of some abominable situations can come great ingenuity.

    Looking to reinvent your career? Dr. Diane Hamilton, author of the newly released book, How to Reinvent Your Career, has the experience and tools for creating a new work identity. After remaining in the same company for 20 years, she found the power to leave and reinvent her career and her life. Over the course of her working career she has reinvented herself 10 times, and with each job came a new lesson—both about life and the working world. Turning life lessons into real solutions, today Dr. Diane Hamilton is an author, speaker and teaches courses at multiple online universities.

    The first step Hamilton recommends for reinventing a career is finding out what are the “tasks” one truly enjoys doing on a day to day basis. Starting in an administrative job, Diane realized early on that she loved to do paperwork and work on computers. To many people, this is the worst part of the day but for her, a satisfying way to spend her days. Now, 25 years later, Dr. Hamilton is very happy doing these things as an author and online university professor. Everyone has different passions. Once one learns what actually leaves them fulfilled, it is time to do the research and find the job that fits that skill set. Ultimately, enjoying what you do every day will squash those “Sunday Night Blues.”

    Yes, believe it.

    Some jobs are perceived as the “dream job” when in fact it is different for everyone. “I had what seemed to be the perfect job from the outside when I was a pharmaceutical rep. I rarely had to work a full day, I traveled, barely spent any time ‘in’ an office and was financially doing very well,” says Hamilton, “However that was someone else’s dream job, not mine. I refer to this situation as being locked into the golden handcuffs. There are ways to make money and still do the work you love.”

    Personality tests are one way to find out what is the most suitable career to the individual. They are not to be underestimated. In her book Hamilton, a qualified Myers-Briggs instructor and certified emotional intelligence expert, explains the use of personal SWOT analysis, something commonly used by organizations, can be a great personal tool toward the road of job satisfaction and success.

    Above all, times are changing fast. There is new technology and now with the advent of social marketing there is a new way to communicate every day. Being adaptable to change and knowing the right ways to network for mutually beneficial relationships are skills that can be carried over into any career. Taking this time to keep up with the times is an investment in the future—the path to that career dream come true.

    About the Author

    Diane Hamilton has a doctorate in business management. She currently teaches bachelor-, master-, and doctoral-level courses for six online universities. She has written several books including The Online Student’s User Manual, The Young Adult’s Guide to Understanding Personalities and How To Reinvent Your Career. To find out more about her writing, visit her website at http://drdianehamilton.com or her blog at https://drdianehamilton.wordpress.com/. Review copies are available.
    How to Reinvent Your Career: Make Money Doing What You Love is available October, 2010 ($16.95/ Amazon). ISBN: 0982742819/9780982742815

    PR Contact:
    Rebecca Crowley, RTC Publicity
    646-619-1178
    rebecca(at)rtcpublicity(dot)com

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    To read full press release click here.

     
    • Jessica Pierce 3:39 pm on October 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Diane –
      I love the concept of your book, looking forward to reading it. I also was in the “golden handcuffs” (which I also call them) and didn’t know that’s what I was experiencing until I got laid off after 10 years. I launched my own business 4 years ago after this lay-off, and now I can’t imagine doing anything else that this career. I love my career and get out of bed everyday saying, “ok, bring it on”! 🙂 If you can, please bring copies of this book and your others to sell when you come out to Career Connectors to speak.

      • drdianehamilton 9:42 pm on October 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Jessica,

        Thank you for your comments. I think a lot of people have found themselves in the golden handcuffs. Sometimes something nudges us out of them and it is the best thing that could happen to us. I am looking forward to discussing this more when I speak to your Career Connectors group next month. Take care.

    • Michelle Petersen 7:05 am on October 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Today we are doing more with less! I am reading your book to reinvent my style and have found it to be solid. Thank you for sharing and I would love to attend your connectors group.

  • drdianehamilton 1:00 pm on September 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Student Success Secrets Revealed by Author Whose Book is Required Reading at Arizona University 

    Dr. Diane Hamilton’s new book, The Online Student’s User Manual: Everything You Need to Know to be a Successful Online Student, may be geared toward the online learner, but instructors and online professionals can also learn from her advice. To find out tips and insight regarding how to help online students succeed, Dr. Hamilton will be conducting a webinar for the Sloan Consortium on October 27, 2010. This is an excellent opportunity to find out why online universities have tapped into Dr. Hamilton’s expertise to help their students succeed. Author and professor, Dr. Diane Hamilton’s (http://drdianehamilton.com/), new book will be required reading for all new online students at an Arizona university and is being considered as an addition at several other universities. To find out more about how to help online students excel, educators can access the webinar through Sloan’s website and students can obtain the book in paperback and digital formats through Amazon.

    Help for online students and online professors.

    Quote start“As a former online learner myself and online professor for more than a decade, I can say this is by far the best book I have read on becoming a successful online learner. I WILL recommend this book to my learners.” Quote endDr. Dani Babb Author and Professor

    Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) September 7, 2010

    The Online Student’s User Manual had been published less than two weeks by the time a well-respected Arizona technical university sought to include it as required reading for all of their new online learners.

    Some of the things the new online student will learn from Dr. Hamilton’s book include:

    *computer and software requirements
    *how to use the search engines and upload assignments
    *how to organize and manage your time
    *how to track and schedule your assignments
    *how to communicate effectively with your professors and fellow students
    *how to maximize your grade
    *what mistakes to avoid
    *how to create measurable goals and stay motivated
    *how to prepare for tests…and so much more.

    Dr. Hamilton currently works as an online professor for 6 different universities. She has taken her experiences and incorporated them into her book to help online learners succeed. Now she is taking it one step further, as she shares her expertise with other online professionals. Dr. Hamilton will be conducting a Student Success Strategies Webinar for The Sloan-Consortium, Sloan-C, on October 27, 2010 at 2:00 pm EST. Sloan-C is an institutional and professional organization that integrates online education into mainstream education For more information go to SloanConsortium.org or click here.

    Online professors who attend this webinar will learn ways to improve their students’ skills in the following areas:

    *Navigation
    *Terminology
    *Academic Honesty
    *Goal Setting
    *Time Management
    *Motivation
    *Increasing Retention
    *Understanding Learning Preferences
    *Writing and Formatting
    *Test Preparation Techniques

    About the Author

    Diane Hamilton currently teaches bachelor-, master-, and doctoral-level courses. Along with her teaching experience, she has a Doctorate Degree in Business Management and more than twenty-five years of business and management-related experience. To find out more about her writing or to schedule an interview, visit her website at http://drdianehamilton.com or her blog at https://drdianehamilton.wordpress.com/. Review copies are available.

    The Online Student’s User Manual is available in paperback and digital formats–August, 2010 ($14.95/ Amazon). ISBN: 0982742800/9780982742808 Approximately –184 pages

     

     
  • drdianehamilton 11:25 am on August 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Help for Online Students at Changing Hands Bookstore and Amazon 

    My latest book: The Online Student User Manual is now available at Changing Hands Bookstore

    They are located at:

    Changing Hands Bookstore
    6428 S McClintock Dr
    Tempe, AZ 85283

    The book is also available directly through Amazon by clicking here.

    If you are interested in signing up for a free newsletter that contains a lot of tips and helpful advice from the book, please click here.

     
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