Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
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Marty Nemko Ph.D.
Antidotes to being perceived as "deadwood" in the workplace.
Here are my top 10 tips for people starting out.
Here's actionable advice on career, relationships, and the life well-led.
Some weak applicants go to great lengths to appear great.
A superior alternative to the job-interviewee's thank-you letter.
Dabbling is tempting but maybe not the right approach if you aspire to a leadership role.
The case for You U Over State U, let alone Private U.
Typologies can impose more liabilities than benefits.
Making the most of your remaining productive years.
(which may actually get you smarter)
Tips that a parent might want to show to their bright school-age child.
Tips for those who'd like to lose weight or break a bad habit, and for the therapists and coaches trying to help their clients get there.
An under-considered contributor to professional and personal failure.
These technologies will change our work lives. Will it be for the better?
12 questions that may unearth new hope.
These suggestions may move your next applications into the “accept” pile.
Suggestions for qualified employees who keep getting passed over.
A usually missed opportunity to bridge to a good retirement.
Suggestions for qualified job-seekers who keep getting rejected.
An idea for the ghosted and a tongue-lashing for the ghoster.
Going from anonymous researcher to famed, more impactful one.
Ideas for people who just don't seem to fit in.
Remaining calm but focused is an under-discussed key to career and personal success.
An underdiscussed key to career and personal success.
An under-discussed key to career success and personal satisfaction.
In today’s era of insecurity, in which everyone is expected to do and be more, it's time for a reminder on the importance of erring on the side of making people feel good.
Everyone has setbacks, and everyone tries to bounce back from them. But some people are more resilient than others. What is it about them?
Consciously controlling your "gas pedal" can boost your career and personal life.
Procrastination is merely the symptom. The cure must address its cause.
Tactics to enhance your career and your relationships.
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.