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Nancy Brooks

Advisor

Role and Company

Career Ownership Coach, The Entrepreneur's Source

Expertise

7 years experience in small business

Location

West Chesterfield, NH

About Nancy

I love what I do! As a career transition and self-employment expert I work with a diverse, interesting and motivated clientele, including transitioning military personnel, U.S. veterans and their spouses, executives in transition, individuals who are facing an unplanned career disruption, and anyone who is curious about business ownership as a path to
self-suffiency.

Serving as a professional and educational resource while offering guidance and support, I offer no-cost virtual coaching throughout the United States and Canada. Once I help my clients identify their personal and professional goals, I assist them through a fact-based information gathering process, benchmarking personalized business options that promise to fulfill their personal, professional and financial needs and expectations. In the end, my clients often follow a path that they would never have considered on their own!

After spending time in Washington, DC, (where I met my husband who was assigned with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort. Belvoir, VA at the time), suburban Detroit, MI and Manchester, NH, I currently live in beautiful southwestern New Hampshire with my husband and two teenaged sons. In addition to spending time with family and friends, I enjoy gardening, biking, golf, hiking and travel.

Please feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancywbrooks/). I am always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Articles by Nancy

one month ago

Your Career in the New Normal

You’ve worked hard, made sacrifices, and it shows. You finally landed that VP, CEO or other high-level executive position....

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Nancy's Recent Answers

7 days ago

Selecting the right company to work for.

Hi Dominic, Some great advice here already! Achieving a work/life balance is something elusive to which many aspire. IMHO,...

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7 days ago

How can I capture my ability to to sell and negotiate without having quantifiable numbers on my resume or in an interview?

Hi Jeffrey, Lex has some great advice. But I need to ask, why you are drawn to sales and what...

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9 days ago

Interested in improving public speaking skills; professional and personal speeches, etc. Any advice on best courses or resources?

I agree with Phylena - Toastmasters is a great organization and the fees are nominal.

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13 days ago

How can Veterans explain their ability to move into new environments and thrive quickly?

Hi Brian, It's true that many civilians "just don't get" the unique skills and experiences that veterans bring to organizations....

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13 days ago

How do you gain experience when you keep getting turned down for jobs that require experience?

Some great advice here already! I would also suggest that you better prepare yourself for the interview process, Casandra. The...

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