Category Archives: Career choices

You Want to be an Inventor? Why?

I spend a good deal of time reading, researching, and pondering the topic of why people do what they do. More specifically, what motivations, decisions, and fears drive them to choose one career path over another? There are hundreds of books … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in Today’s Economy

Wages have stagnated for middle-income workers over the last fifty years, yet the top 5% of income earners have seen real income growth of 91%. Why aren’t middle class workers getting ahead and what can you do about it? Why Middle Class Workers … Continue reading

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When is Your Next Gig? The Gig Economy

Every musician dreams of becoming the next big rock star. The reality for most  is having a primary income – their day” job – and working periodic “gigs” on weekends or evenings playing in whatever club will have them. Musicians … Continue reading

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