There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Fresh ideas about career and personal issues
Marty Nemko Ph.D.
“Accept yourself” is a destructive fad.
Underconsidered upsides of hurry "sickness.”
The most important productivity skill?
How to do it and why you should, even if you never perform it.
An unconventional approach.
My 14 favorite ideas.
Becoming likeable without subverting your integrity.
Remote work can benefit employer and employee if you do it right.
Lessons on client and counselor success.
Sample dialogues and key principles.
Lessons from my performance.
Moderate improvement is possible, and may be better than being too laid-back.
Questions that can get you deeper.
Smart ideas for people whose time management isn’t so smart.
Getting past, "What did you do in school today?" "Nothing."
7 questions toward living the life you’d like to live.
14 conundrums to contemplate.
The benefits of the process plus Amazon's amazing self-publishing platform.
An adjunct or even replacement for a therapist?
Ideas for Valentine’s Day and well beyond.
Tips for new and ongoing employee negotiation.
The data is now clear, confirming the obvious logic.
A one-size-doesn't fit all approach.
A collaborative tool therapists can use to help their clients get unstuck.
The key to developing championship teams and championship human beings.
A probably too-brief how-to.
A variation on journaling, a potent self-help tool.
Actionable steps you can and probably should take.
Brief thoughts on living and dying well.
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.