Archives for October 2015

How to Feel More Energized and Alive at Work

How energized do you feel in your career? How energized do you want to feel? Is there a gap there? Today I want to share a simple yet effective framework for closing that gap and improving your here-and-now, regardless of whether you love or loathe your job. When clients come to me for career change […]

Dealing with Narcissists in the Workplace

Sooner or later in your career, you will run into someone whose personality is so difficult, you will despair about ever finding a way to work with that person in any productive way. One of these types of difficult people is the narcissistic personality. Narcissistic personality is characterized by an unrealistic or inflated sense of […]

Entrepreneur Success Story: Origami Bonsai

This interview was originally published in 2010. Today’s entrepreneur success story features Ben Coleman. Ben created a business around his love of origami, the art of folding paper into objects. What type of career did you have before you launched your business? In my previous job, I worked for a manufacturer of propane trucks. I managed […]

How to Use a Decision-Making Matrix

A decision-making matrix is a great tool to compare alternative paths using criteria that are most important to you. This decision-making method is credited to Benjamin Franklin, who called it “Moral or Prudential Algebra” in personal letters in 1772. I adapted his method to decision-making about career paths or job options. For this tool to […]