Category: Plan B

How to Be Happy In Life When You Feel Grumpy

How to Be Happy In Life When You Feel Grumpy

Last week, I wrote a LinkedIn post entitled How to Be Happy In Life When You Feel Grumpy.  I was prompted to write the piece for several reasons.  Of late, it seems that the perspective of embracing a positive attitude has been lacking in our public discourse.  Plus, I’ve recently reflected on the impact that […]

April 5, 2016 | By More
How to Figure Out Your Brand for A New Career

How to Figure Out Your Brand for A New Career

You would probably agree that careers in business today are becoming finely niched.  The trick is if you want to go a new direction, it requires you to carve out a new brand for your career.  Whether you’re experiencing a job transition, considering your Plan B while employed, or will be graduating this year, determining […]

March 10, 2015 | By More
Working Longer Before Retirement: Consider Plan B

Working Longer Before Retirement: Consider Plan B

Sorry, folks.  The first part of this Post isn’t a feel-good.  But, I’m one of those people who want the bad news first, then give me something positive to work with afterward.  I promise – after you read through all the stinky facts, which you need to know about to deal with them, we’ll then […]

July 30, 2013 | By More
Loss of a Job: Have You Prepared for Plan B?

Loss of a Job: Have You Prepared for Plan B?

“I never would have dreamed that I could not find a job, that I was unemployable.” (1) The quote above was uttered by a 62 year old female worker highlighted in a Wall Street Journal article.  To be honest with you, I’ve heard a similar statement said by numerous individuals since the financial crisis hit […]

May 1, 2013 | By More