Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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Marty Nemko Ph.D.
"Tips of the Day" from Careers for Dummies.
When you'd love to avoid a long job search.
7 questions to help you make core life decisions.
Steps for pitching yourself, landing an interview, and executing it well.
Tactics that boost your chances at a career change.
Tactics that help ensure you don’t get shortchanged.
11 questions to help you tease it out.
Not-magic pills for reducing career anxiety.
Underconsidered options for the psychologically oriented (plus a few others).
A deceptively simple yet potent tactic for getting unstuck.
Self-teaching often trumps courses as a way to learn.
Low-cost, highly rated software and apps to help your worklife.
A counterpoint to Part 1's more sober advice.
Tips for psychologically and practically dealing with The Big Challenge.
6 faulty assumptions that klll job offers, & addressing a job history problem.
Skeptical reader queries and my responses.
A common conundrum and path forward.
Five things to know.
On finding good work and gaining contentment.
... professionally or personally.
One lick at a time, a reformed mutt helps the unemployed find reassurance.
10 maxims to live by and 10 to reject.
Perhaps your last could be your best.
Transformative selections from 1741 to today.
The Ten Commandments don't deserve commandment status.
Some of the Sermon on the Mount's advice for living warrants skepticism.
Here's straight talk, not career counselor puffery.
Early warning signs that your partner will worsen later.
Triggers for reflection.
No, it’s not an oxymoron
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.