Monthly Archives: June 2009

A Livelihood Can Be A Life

I’m going to start this piece off by stating something that for some readers may be too obvious, but which I think is worth saying anyway, and that is that there is a big difference between searching for a job … Continue reading

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Beware of Too Much Education

I am a big fan of education… particularly college education. I used to think when I was in my twenties that I could easily have become a professional student. And if it hadn’t been for getting married and becoming a … Continue reading

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The Forward Leaning Consultant

In my last blog I suggested that we Americans may not be as entrepreneurial as we think we are when it comes to getting or staying employed, particularly during a Recession like this one. My observation is that we continue to … Continue reading

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