Vonnegut’s Take On Your Career

Some of my most interesting clients start out as “mountain-climbers”: they move from one career peak to another, a higher one each time, planning to find more satisfaction with each

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Harmony in Your Work-Life

There has been a lot of talk about work-life balance, which is a fair allocation of your attention, time and energy between personal life and career. In the past few

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More Than It Seems

Recently, I had an opportunity to ask a number of analytically educated professionals (engineers, software developers, mathematicians, architects, actuaries, etc.) whether they think their work can potentially be performed by

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Stay Afloat in Uncertainty

What is taking up your mental space these days? Believe it or not, I’m thinking about you, a lot. I wonder whether you have someone to talk to, and whether

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“I’m Not This Person!”

Back in November, I met up with an acquaintance after about a year of not seeing each other. We’ve casually known each other for over 16 years. Our conversations are

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How to Not Go Crazy This Winter

Can we make it through this pandemic winter and come out on the other side without going crazy? Let’s try. We can start with these quick 10 yes/no questions to

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Anxious While Waiting? Do This.

As the fate of the US is being decided this week during the Presidential Election, our anxieties may peak, no matter which side we support. This is a post about

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Time of Uncertainty? Ha!

An increasing number of articles on “the time of uncertainty” dispense quick advice: how to handle uncertainty, how to reduce it, what to do in uncertainty…. Let me ask you:

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Sensing the Unknown

Take a look at this picture. Notice anything unusual about it? Do you know what is in the jar after looking at the picture, or is the content still unknown?

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Our (Changing) Rules of Engagement

Much of what used to know about the rules of engagement is simply not true anymore, thanks to the pandemic. Some of what you used to know is no longer

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