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Myth of The Retirement Years

I follow John Tarnoff’s blog on Huffington Post.  As a Career Reinvention Consultant for the Boomer generation, he offers insightful essays on just about every aspect of the employment and work world as it relates to those of us over 50.  I just ran across his article from March 24, 2015 – Passion Without A […]


Do You Have a Tribe?

There’s been a lot of talk in spiritual, motivational, and even advertising circles about our tribes – how to create and nurture them, the importance of them, their characteristics, and on and on. Whether referring to friends, fans, or customers, the term “tribe” has all the earmarks of soon becoming a buzz word. Which is […]


College Questions – the Answer to Updating Employment Interview Questions?

In one of my previous posts, Stupid Questions?!, I commented on a LinkedIn post that rather harshly maligned certain standard interview questions, labeling them “Stupid.”  There were many comments back and forth about the questions and the article.  However, the very best comes from something I saw posted today in The Daily Good. The article, […]


Does What I Do Matter?

Here are the three questions I’ve been wrestling with: What is it that I do? Why do I do what I do? Does what I do matter? I would deeply appreciate your perspective and feedback on these questions. What is your perception of who I am and what I have to offer the world? The […]


Yamuna Zake – Proudly Unconventional

Yesterday we discussed Jacky O’Shaughnessy who, at 62, became a model for American Apparel and who, in her interviews, shares her own experience with body shame and eventual acceptance. Today, I bring you  Yamuna Zake, fitness guru extraordinaire, pioneer of Yamuna Body Rolling. Like Jacky, she is a tall, gray-haired goddess-of-a-woman who is unapologetic about […]