Month: September 2016

  • Really – You Are NEVER Too Old To Make a Career Change

      I’m never one to say “never.”  But I’ve said it. At the end of this month’s Epic Career Tale (subscribe HERE for the monthly podcast), coming out this week (get on the mailing list now!), I make the claim that you are never too old to find and pursue a new passion. It does […]

  • 5 Must Do’s for a Successful Job Search Week

      I have received a lot of feedback and many of you found the sample schedule to be very helpful. As a result, I decided to outline five major components of a successful job search activity that you can integrate into your schedule every day or, at least, every week. This will help build competencies […]

  • The Chicken or Egg Quandary: Happiness or Success?

      What comes first? Happiness or success? I have a client who is unhappy at his job (hence why he engaged me, obviously). He makes great money, when he is performing, but his compensation is highly commission based. When he’s not performing, he’s not making great money. Due to life changes, he NEEDS to catch […]

  • Is There Still a Social Division of Labor?

      True story: last week a guy named Pat walks into Wawa to buy a cup of coffee and stands behind two men wearing suits. The two men were discussing why people wearing fluorescent vests should have their own line. Looking down at his own florescent vest, Pat inferred that these men were insinuating that […]