Saturday, August 1, 2015

Workover: Should My Daughter Go for a Law or Public Policy Degree?

I've been posting edited transcripts of calls to my NPR-San Francisco radio program in which I help people solve their work problem. I call them Workovers

In today's, a mother asked if me if I thought her daughter should go for a law or a public policy degree.

Friday, July 31, 2015

A Workover: A Young Adult Who Is Ready for a Real Career

On PsychologyToday.com, I've been posting edited transcripts of calls to my NPR-San Francisco radio program in which I help people solve their work problem. I call them Workovers

In today's offering, I demonstrate an approach to helping someone choose a career.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Out--Of-The-Box Ideas to Push You Off Autopilot

At some point in our lives, we're ready to take on something different.

I'm not talking about a career change  nor the usual projects: travel, home remodeling, or a new hobby.

In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I focus on the further-afield. Perhaps one of the article's ideas might intrigue you or trigger your own out-of-the-box projects.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Addressing Your "Laziness"

Laziness can devastate a career,  relationships, and the meaningful life.

Laziness can be caused by a number of things. In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I identify five and a way to address each.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Addressing the Fear of Becoming Irrelevant

Many older people worry that they're becoming irrelevant. That's especially true for people who have been a respected expert or leader.

How does one deal with the reality that even most eminent people slowly become less and less relevant, replaced by young 'uns?

I address that in my PsychologyToday.com article today: 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Stories of Seclusion: Afraid He'd Lose His Temper, He Hid

My PsychologyToday.com series, Stories of Seclusion, tells composite stories of people who have spent an unusual amount of time alone.  

Today's installment tells of Eto, a graphic designer at a large flower distribution company who felt he was lied about, and it could cost him his job.

Stories of Seclusion: After Winning the Lottery

My PsychologyToday.com series, Stories of Seclusion, tells composite stories of people who have spent much time alone.

Today's installment tells of Anne, 52, who won the 2nd prize, $1,000,000, in her state's lottery.

 

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