Category: People

5 (Emotional) Reasons It’s Great to Change Careers Later in Life

This from the perspective of someone who has done it: changing careers later in life is a total pain in the neck. From immature bosses to having to agree with bad decisions by company management because “you don’t have experience in your field” to having people take credit to what were so clearly your achievements and ideas….oh WAIT! That happens… Read more →

The Power of (the Right Kind of) Praise

With perpetual blasting of the importance of individuation in our society, it is natural to start thinking that we are ever so self-sufficient, flowing freely in the waters of our self-esteem, and not in any way contingent on other people’s judgments and opinions. This is encouraged daily: even if you’ve never seen a therapist, any old magazine will have you… Read more →