Human Resources is hardly a comfortable profession for conservative, middle-aged white guys. Colleagues, who, by comparison, often make Hollywood insiders sound like Fox News, consistently force-feed leadership erroneous statistics that support their … [Continue reading] about The Human Trait Exchange: A Free Market Solution to End All ‘Isms”
John Mayer may have masterfully set the experience to music, but the Quarter Life Crisis (QLC) is nothing new. It’s been around since 25 stopped being an optimistic marker for one’s human halftime report. It’s easy to know when you’re in the midst … [Continue reading] about Quarter Life Crisis
Note: I don’t often overtly play psychologist on this blog, but with so many of my former students getting married and lifelong friends saying “I do” for the 2nd (or um, 3rd time) I thought I’d offer up some time-tested advice. Like Billy Joel said … [Continue reading] about Deal Breakers: Things to Clarify Before Saying “I do.”
She spoke cautiously in half starts and elongated Sos, not a good prologue to a “we need to talk,” conversation. Till now our exchanges had been fluid, effortless. Suddenly, it seemed like she was a hedging a bet…one she hadn’t even placed yet. My … [Continue reading] about Worth the Risk #fastfiction
Last week’s post got me thinking. Despite what teeny bopper movies will have you believe coolness is very Yoda-esk. When it comes to being cool, you either do or do not. Trying lands you firmly in the NOT category. As with being, so goes … [Continue reading] about Can One Become Cool?