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Fresh ideas about career and personal issues
Marty Nemko Ph.D.
Advice with implications far beyond medicine.
On relationships, personal growth, and substance abuse.
Explanations and solutions beyond “Stop being lazy!”
Selected statements of mine from quotation websites.
Many people pay a price for excessive attention to appearance.
What's made it work.
Seven causes of client discontent.
Much can be learned.
Thoughts on changing, questioning norms, and acceptance.
Some causes and suggestions.
An underappreciated lot?
Toward helping you figure out how you're special.
Do you endure political disagreement, hurt feelings, and boredom?
Insurance against becoming a COVID economic casualty.
Someone who works 80 hours a week, another who does little.
A simple but effective approach.
Options for private practitioners.
Some less obvious, lower-risk suggestions.
Specifics, from idea-generation through polishing.
It could be a good idea but beware the psychological toll.
At work and in relationships.
Warmth, materialism, diligence, neatness, and judgment.
An underconsidered hobby in the time of COVID.
A mood stabilizer without side effects.
What it really takes.
Are you happy with yours?
8 questions to ask . . . and answer.
Tips for parents leading a microschool.
How even highly successful people may wonder, “Is that all there is?”
What I try to keep in mind.
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.