I'm a workplace psychologist who chronicles the woes of working in Corporate America and shares insights on how we can take back our power and stop living our lives based on the expectations of others (including our employers).
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Your job will inevitably disappoint you. No matter how much you believe in your company’s mission, or the sincerity of your leadership, or that your organization is one big, happy family, that painful moment of disillusionment and grief wil...
I’ve had more than 10 jobs in the past 15 years. I hopped from job to job in hopes that the next would be better than the last, all in pursuit of THE job—the one that would give me that ultimate sense of purpose and fulfillment.
“No one wants to work anymore!” - Boomers.
Work—specifically the way we work today—oftentimes takes power away from people (and gives others a false sense of power). Few exceptions aside, many of us have to work—we depend on it. Not only do we have to work. We’re expected to do it a...
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On a journey to shed all the 6ulll$h!it we've been conditioned to believe about ourselves and the way we should live our lives. Work psychologist. Cat, bird, and plant enthusiast.
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