A Workover: A Career Changer Wants into Alternative Energy

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

Two Workovers: Two Older People Wanting a Career Change

Advice I gave to two callers to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: A Career for Someone Who Is Hypervigilant?

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: Down from Manager to Individual Contributor

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: Stay at an Elite Corp if You Hate the Job?

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: Bouncing Back from Being Fired

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: She Wants to Write But Not Have to Eat Cat Food

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: "I Want to Create Social Change"

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: "What Should I Do?"

Simple questions to help you choose a career or make any big decision.

A Workover: A Statistician Isn't Feeling the Love

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: A Boomer in a Field Filled with Millennials

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: A High Performer Feels Inadequate

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: An Overwhelmed Nurse

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: "Why Am I Not Getting Promoted?"

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: A Fast Way to Improve Your Employability

An $11 an hour bookkeeper needs to make $18. Here's what I told her. And the call embeds a lesson in listening.

The Key to Becoming Resilient

A way to make it easier to rebound from rejection and other failures.

A Workover: Wants to Convert Volunteer Gig into a Paid Job

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

Two Workovers: Back to School? Start a Simple Biz?

Advice I gave to two callers to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: A Nurse Wants a Raise

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program. Relevant to a wide range of negotiations.

A Workover: Do I Need to Be Completely Honest on My Resume?

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: Coping with a Co-Worker Who Drives You Nuts

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: B.A. Wants to Make a Difference and a Living

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: Be an ADHD Coach or Occupational Therapist?

Advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

Workover: A Ph.D. in Art History Tries to Find Work

The advice I gave to a caller to my radio program.

Workover: Lawyer Who Became a SAHM for 9 Years Wants Back

Edited transcript of the advice I gave to a caller to my NPR-San Francisco radio program.

A Workover: 60-Year Old Hasn't Worked in Ten Years

How I advised a caller who needs and wants to go back to work.

11 Ways to Reduce Your Procrastination

Here is a buffet of tactics that can keep that career killer under control.

My Journey to Figuring Out How to Live Life

Thoughts on the life well-led and the meaning of life.

Nine Ways to Improve Your Time Management

We all seem to need to do more in less time. These tips can help.

12 Ways to Reduce Your Stress

These tactics have been effective for my clients...and for me.

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