A New Generation, Poised to Reinvent


A Peek at the Future of Work

A conversation with the author and consultant, Patricia Martin, about a new set of values that is shaping the workplace.

From Journalist to Novelist

Linda Villarosa writes a guest post on the challenge of moving from journalist to novelist.

Talking About Working From Home

A conversation with Tory Johnson, a co-author of a new book, "Will Work From Home."

5 tips from Catherine Kaputa, a personal branding expert, on how individuals can emulate the successful branding strategies of products and companies.

Questions for Lifehacker.com’s Gina Trapani

An interview with Gina Trapani, an online productivity expert.

Under the Sway of a New Book

A new book explores the psychological forces that cause rational people to act in irrational ways.

Sharpening the Soft Skills (Which Aren’t Really Touchy-Feely)


Never Too Young to Give, or Take, Advice


Plug for My Friend’s New Book

My good friend Chris Kenneally’s new book, The First Word, was reviewed by William Grimes in today’s New York Times. It’s the kind of book that makes me very very proud to be able to say the author is a friend. Not surprisingly, Mr. Grimes finds it as fascinating as I did. Here’s the review:

Language Evolution’s Slippery Tropes

While I’m at it, I want to give a shout out to Marcia Ciriello, who took that gorgeous photo of Chris. (Marcia also took my headshot. And yes, she’s available for gigs. You can reach her at memcgwin@yahoo.com.)


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