When I hear people grousing about their jobs or their boss, I want to holler: Suck it up! Do something about it. Stop being a victim.
In my books, columns, and speeches that I deliver around the country, I dole out job advice for all workers from 22 to 82 and beyond. It’s about finding meaning and joy in the work you do every day. It’s about feeling like you’re relevant and making a difference.
My career advice runs the gamut from helping people make the most of where they are right now, to finding strategic ways to pivot to a successful career change, or developing a strategy to reenter the workforce after a job loss, or perhaps to land a part-time job to earn income in retirement to shore up financial security.
Sometimes, all it takes ...