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May 23, 2018

Career Perspective (2): Finding Satisfaction

Tony loves teaching college students. Every time he is in front of a class and sees that wonderful moment of insight in the eyes of people in the room, he feels, This is what I was made for.

The problem is, he can't make a living doing this. More colleges are doing on-line courses. They are hiring fewer full-time professors and more part-time adjunct faculty. And even those positions are hard to come by. So he pieces together other jobs to pay the bills.

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Posted by Andy Le Peau at 10:08 AM | Comments

May 16, 2018

Career Perspective (1)

A friend said, "I have a number of coworkers who feel disappointed in the course their careers have taken. They've not succeeded or advanced as they had hoped. They feel that what they have to offer hasn't been fully utilized. What would you say to them?"

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May 10, 2018

We Were Eight Years in Power

The dramatic pendulum swing from a President Obama to a President Trump has left analysts, both right and left, scrambling to understand what happened. In We Were Eight Years in Power, Ta-Nehisi Coates, who has become the premier commentator from Black America, responds by collecting eight articles he published in The Atlantic, one per year, during the Obama administration. To each he adds an extended preface which reflects on the strengths and weaknesses of each piece, and which looks forward to implications the ideas in each essay might have.

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Posted by Andy Le Peau at 10:04 AM | Comments

May 2, 2018

Cultivating a Lost Art

Civil conversation is sadly a lost art. In Winsome Persuasion, however, Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer contend that the more civil we are, the more persuasive we become.

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Posted by Andy Le Peau at 11:53 AM | Comments

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