19 and Reclusive

The latest in my series of interviews with reclusive people.

“I’d Rather Not Be a Recluse”

The latest in a series of profiles on reclusive people.

The Scarfmaker

A short-short story

Career Decisions

Three poems by a career counselor.

Life Decisions

Three poems by a career and personal coach.

Worth

A short-short story.

Strong and Kind Negotiation

An interview with negotiations expert Seth Freeman.

A Man and His Dog

A short-short story

The World’s Shortest Course in Leadership

Keys to excellence in management and leadership.

“My Last Concert”

A short-short story

"The World's Oldest Bus Boy"

A short-short story.

The World’s Shortest Parenting Course

Parenting is hard but requires not perfection but using a few guidelines.

The Trader

Sex, money, religion, and politics and your relationship.

Need an Idea for a Business to Start?

Businesses I'd consider starting.

Exhausted After Work?

Don’t treat the symptom. Cure the disease.

Dealing with Fear of Growing Irrelevant

Whatever our age, we want to feel like a player.

In Defense of Duty

Duty and responsibility have lost stature to autonomy and creativity--Alas.

"People are a Minefield"

One in my series of short-short stories with psychological implications.

Advice for Burned-Out Lawyers

Incremental and major suggestions for the unhappy attorney.

For Burned-Out Teachers

Solutions for people in a high-turnover profession.

Becoming More Efficient

Making better use of your time.

Happiness Through Solitude

Another in my series on people who prefer to be alone.

Writing as a Source of Psychological Comfort

The sort of speech I wish President Trump would give.

From Stress to Genes, Baboons to Hormones

An Interview with Robert Sapolsky

The Silenced Majority

To avoid Civil War II, we must encourage moderates to speak up.

Marketing is Evil

Marketers use many psychological ploys to make you buy what you shouldn't.

A Reclusive Twin

The latest in my series of interviews with people who'd rather be alone.

Not Everything is Black and White

Dealing with subjective judgment in the workplace.

A Literary Recluse

The latest in my series of interviews with people who'd rather be alone: “Expecting people to be decent, caring human beings has repeatedly been proven to me to be a mistake.”

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