The Most Important Questions Millennials Aren’t Asking

I have long believed that the quality of our lives is determined in large part by the quality of our questions. What we ask leads us to truth and can then lead us toward objectives and goals that make up the significant aspects of our lives. My curious mind and constant question-asking in college earned […]

Work: It’s Not a Four Letter Word

Work can be a four-letter word in our culture. Pundits demagogue against successful businesses, and demonize the one-percent as “financial parasites” said to be profiting unfairly. Charitable and non-profit work is extolled often as a better way to help a community. But in truth, if you want to change the world, consider starting a business […]

Six Steps to Kick-Start Your Career After College

I recently was asked to write an article for Boundless.org giving advice to college grads on how to transition into the workforce and jump start their careers. Working with college students around the country and with placement agencies, these are the six key steps that I have learned make a huge difference. I hope you […]

How the Great Recession of 2008 Ushered in a New Part-Time Economy

There is no doubt about it, the Great Recession of 2008 changed things forever. In 2013 77% of all jobs created in the United States were part-time. In 2014 48% of all graduating college students were still unemployed six months after graduation. We are living in a new part-time or “freelancer” economy. To thrive and […]

What if more employers acted like George Bailey?

I was recently asked during a radio interview what employers could do to show greater loyalty to employees and to build a culture of long-term employment and commitment from their staff. In this part-time economy that is growing at a rapid rate since the Great Recession of 2008 many media outlets think it is people […]

Relevant Magazine

Are you just starting your career and trying to find your dream job?  Maybe you are a mid-career professional who is looking to make a transition into a new career. There are four simple things to do that will help you fast track your goals. Have a plan, develop a Freedom Fund, leverage your social […]