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Marty Nemko Ph.D.
How "The Lawyer Game" can help a person make a big decision.
An approach that works and even can be fun ... well, kind of fun.
We desperately need it.
An ode to this seemingly atavistic medium.
Five ways to make kindness easier and more worthwhile.
Implications for your education and your children's.
Invoking it may improve productivity while reducing procrastination and worry.
Here are some questions to ask yourself that may help you better manage your stress.
How to succeed without a personality transplant.
Difficult-to-achieve goals, craving work-life balance, over the hill in midlife.
You needn’t rely on remembering that people are starving in Africa.
Five examples of this variant of fear of missing out (FOMO).
Advice for therapists, counselors, coaches, and other helping professionals.
How are school, out-of-school learning, and practice related to mastery?
The power of staying alert to possible aha moments.
In how many of these 13 scenarios would you take the risk?
Parenting can be exhausting. Here are some rules of thumb.
Lessons from a success story.
Knowing the forces that act on us can make us freer to choose without being unduly influenced.
Thoughts for a person who is ready to throw in the towel.
6 keys to getting the most from your sessions.
A self-inventory to help you decide what, if anything, you want to change.
It’s possible . . . if you carefully curate your choices.
Tips for remembering your to-dos.
Done right, reading aloud is compelling to both kids and adults.
Coping with six common situations.
Questions for three types of beleaguered people.
Is there personal value in sharing your life lessons with others? Writing a memoir might be wise, even if it never sees the light of day.
Much can be improved over the standard approach.
A Personal Perspective: When you’re invited to a small get-together.
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.