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Clarity + Action + Perseverance = Results!

Welcome to Merideth Mehlberg International. Helping corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and other business professionals create satisfying and meaningful work that enriches their lives and benefits their organizations is our passion.

  • Are you ready to step into your power and live up to your professional potential?
  • Are you looking for fulfilling work—work that aligns with your principles and helps you make the contribution you long for?
  • Do you crave a change, but don’t know where to start?

If you answered yes to any of the above, you’ve come to the right place.

Through one-on-one and group coaching and consultation programs, our team has helped hundreds of people find success and fulfillment—both at work and in life. Whether you’re in career transition, or looking to develop your leadership skills, we can help.

Using our proven coaching approach, together we determine the best techniques to help you get results based on your individual needs, learning style, and preferences.

Find out more about our coaching programs and how we can work together by scheduling a 20-minute complimentary introductory session We’ll discuss your unique situation and determine the coaching package that is best for you.

Let today be the day that you take action toward your future. Career success and fulfillment are within reach—we can show you how!


The Question of Age: Part Two

(Last week we tackled part one of the sticky subject of age and the bias that may hold you back as an older job-seeker. Read part one, first.) Take care of yourself. Getting older requires you to pay more attention to your body than when you were younger. It is important to listen to your body’s messages! Move your body, eat well, get enough sleep, drink enough water, and take care to keep your mindset in a positive place. Podcasts and guided meditations are my go-to resources. My current favorite meditation app is Insight Timer. Try any…

The Question of Age: Part One

The question of age—I get asked about it all the time. It comes in several forms from people in their 40s, 50s and 60s: How do I deal with my age when looking for a job? What is your take on ageism in the career search process? And other related questions. It is a touchy subject, for sure. Yes, age is an issue in the job search/career transition process, though not as much as people think. Here are some thoughts on how to deal with it: Drop all but the last 10 years of experience off your…

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