Tuesday, December 6, 2016

A Recluse's Tale: Jamie Baier's candid story

On PsychologyToday.com, I've been publishing a series of articles on people who prefer to mainly be alone, for example, The Recluse Option and Alone Malone.

Today, I present Jamie Baier's candid description of himself and his reclusive life. 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/how-do-life/201612/i-wish-i-stopped-trying-fix-myself-20-years-ago

Monday, December 5, 2016

So You’d Like to Make Big Money in Sales

As my PsychologyToday.com article today, I offer an edited exchange with a caller to my radio program who wanted advice about how to make big money in sales.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

"Alone Malone:" Story of a reclusive person

On PsychologyToday.com, I've written a number of pieces on reclusivity as a lifestyle choice, not a pathology, For example, there's The Recluse Option. Today, I offer an interview with Douglas Malone. 

A Voice of Moderation in the Time of Trump

Courtesy, Washington Post
We live in polarized times. Perhaps more than ever, we could benefit--psychologically as well as practically--from the perspective of an eminent moderate.

So my PsychologyToday.com The Eminents interview today is with a self-described “messy moderate." Robert Samuelson has won numerous national awards including, four times, The National Headliner Award “for consistently outstanding columns.” For 27 years, he was Contributing Editor at Newsweek and now writes a weekly, nationally syndicated column in the Washington Post. He is the author of The Good Life and Its Discontents and The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath: The Past and Future of American Affluence.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Better Informational Interviewing

Career seekers are advised to use informational interviews to help pick a career. Alas, they rarely work as well as is touted.

In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I offer an improved approach to learning about a career, including a better approach to informational interviewing. 

Thursday, December 1, 2016

My Favorite Recent Tweets

The longer I’ve tried to be a change agent, the more I’ve become convinced that brevity yields readers the most benefit per minute.

Hence I tweet a lot. I’ve posted about 250 tweets in the past six months. As my PsychologyToday.com article today, I post my favorite 39.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

What Would You Do, Really? 12 dilemmas that may give you clarity about who you really are.

In the abstract, we all claim, even to ourselves, to be wise and upstanding. Yet, even our nation's leaders don't always pass the test.

If you'd like to put yourself to the test without any real-world consequences, answer 12 questions in my PsychologyToday.com article today as honestly as you can. Some of the questions aren't right-or-wrong, but merely designed to help you understand yourself better.
 

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