At the start of the new year, millions of people around the country and world are resolving to make changes in their lives for the better. Some are vowing to lose a few inches off their waist, some are changing their lifestyle habits to consider the environment, and many are looking to improve their current job situation.

While in the end, the decision to make a career move is in the hands of the individual, career coaches offer unique benefits to motivate, inspire, and enhance the skills of individuals to increase the chances of landing that life-changing position.

We've created our own list of the top career coaches on Twitter and hope you connect and follow each of them. From these tweets, you will be able to create clear goals and a success plan to accomplish them. You can attain greater job satisfaction or determine if a new career path is the right move.

These experts also provide great information on how to develop balance between work and life, increase productivity, achieve better performance reviews, enhance conflict management, become more assertive, increase self-confidence, make decisions easier, and become more self-aware

You can follow the entire list here ; be sure to follow us as well!

Do you know any career coaches who should be added to the list? Let us know in the comments below!

Author's Bio: 

David Riklan is the president and founder of Self Improvement Online, Inc., the leading provider of self-improvement and personal growth information on the Internet.

His company was founded in 1998 and now maintains four websites on self-improvement and natural health, including:

His company also publishes six e-mail newsletters going out to over 950,000 weekly subscribers on the topics of self improvement, natural health, personal growth, relationships, home business, sales skills, and brain improvement.

David’s first book—Self Improvement: The Top 101 Experts Who Help Us Improve Our Lives—has been praised by leading industry experts as the “Encyclopedia of Self Improvement.” That book’s success motivated him to continue publishing books which seek to improve the lives of others.