How to activate your brain's superpowers.
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Fresh ideas about career and personal issues
Marty Nemko Ph.D.
Powerful tactics for inducing change.
The case for moving on quickly.
Suggestions for finding the right relationship in the 2nd half of your life.
An ever wider range of practices will be available and socially accepted.
An interview with Steve Hsu.
Countering fear of being chopped away.
“Ready. Fire. Aim” is usually wiser than extensive rumination.
And how it can provide clues for what to do now.
An underdiscussed Thanksgiving topic and foundation for broader decision-making.
Not-obvious things to be grateful for.
An underdiscussed inhibitor of self-actualization.
How much to prioritize making money, spending it, investing it, or donating it.
Reaping a life and a half from a life.
Key to landing a good job.
Ethical and scientific considerations in addressing the decline in good jobs.
Like match.com but for matching therapists and clients.
Plenty, especially if you're a career changer.
Best practice for being well-employed through your workspan.
Myths and best practice.
Mindset and tactics toward the life well-led.
30 ideas on work, procrastination, learning, and emotions.
A crash course in career advising for therapists, counselors, and coaches.
An under-considered way to learn.
Often it's the practitioner's fault. Here are solutions.
Practical tactics for getting more clients.
Most middle-and-upper-income people work hard to get and keep what they've earned.
What average bachelor’s degree holders actually do.
Common ethical lapses in career counseling, and ways to avoid them.
A proposal that promises to greatly reduce cost while improving quality.
A plea for fairness in the gender war.
Marty Nemko, Ph.D., is a career and personal coach based in Oakland, California, and the author of 10 books.
Not-obvious practicalities, concisely and clearly presented.