Marty Nemko's WebsiteHis little-known ideas on improving your worklife and education, and on men's issues
Site last updated May 25, 2016
I believe you'll find this site unusually helpful.
You'll probably find it most useful to first click on the link above to my blog. It contains my most recent writing, for example, my TIME and PsychologyToday.com articles. Or read one of the featured articles on this page. They're older but probably still of particular value.
My 8th book, just published, is The Best of Marty Nemko: The best 60 of his 3,000 articles to help your career, personal life, and make a difference.
My 2-hour video course is Getting to Career Success, Step-by-Step.
And if you're interested in consulting with me privately, click
on the Career Coaching tab above.
Featured Articles ↓ scroll down to see more
Fuller version of my UC Berkeley public lecture, June 12, 2013...[Read More]
An honest summary of my journey to find the meaning of life. ...[Read More]
There are only a few true keys to success at work. This article describes them....[Read More]
Most businesses fail. This highly practical article shows how to maximize your chances of success. ...[Read More]
This distills my 26 years of helping thousands of clients replace procrastination with willpower. ...[Read More]
This article explains why college is often an unwise choice, both for getting an education and enhancing one's career. It then suggests alternatives for students and parents to consider and for how colleges might improve their undergraduate program....[Read More]
Too often the advice to follow your passion leads to a life of poverty. This article may offer a wiser path....[Read More]
An immersive general education curriculum teaching, online, the content critical to the life well-led, taught by the English-speaking world's best instructors, from in and outside academia....[Read More]
Society treats men as though the feminist gains haven't existed. There's now tremendous unfairness to men. ...[Read More]
I believe this is the best starting place for someone who's still not sure what he or she wants to be when s/he grows up....[Read More]
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