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School’s In…Any Questions?

It’s been a while since I posted this notice. I’ve seen several universities linking to this site, which is great–you’re my target audience! My question for professors or students is: do you have any topics you’d like me to cover … Continue reading

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Battling Workaholism and a Bad Job Market

This week a friend sent me an article from The Atlantic about the career travails facing the Millennial Generation. The essential points of the article were: 1) Americans have made a religion out of work in the sense that many of … Continue reading

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Getting Out of a Rut

Note: This entry has been changed from its original version to address a couple of errors. It can happen to the best of us: we enjoy our work, we like our coworkers, and we seem to have a good routine … Continue reading

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Air Disasters and Problem Solving

I don’t watch a lot of television, but one of my guilty pleasures is the Smithsonian Channel’s Air Disasters, a series of 45-minute documentaries about airline crash investigations. I know, as a regular flyer of commercial aviation, I probably shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Thinking Like an Adult

I’ve written a little about this topic before, but sometimes I need a reminder. First, I suppose I should clarify what I mean by “thinking like an adult.” For me, it means simply that you’re taking responsibility for your situation/circumstances … Continue reading

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