Marty Nemko's WebsiteHis little-known ideas on improving your worklife and education, and on men's issues
I have authored seven books.
WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA? Reinventions for a Better America. The U.S. is in need of big ideas. I've assembled hundreds of them in this 132-page book: on major societal pillars, health care, education, defense, taxes, and of course jobs. In addition to policy ideas, it contains many that individuals can use to improve their lives. To peruse and buy the book on Amazon, click HERE
HOW TO DO LIFE: What they didn't teach you in school The best ideas I've acquired, in part from having been career and personal coach to 4,000 remarkable people, on career, emotions, relationships, money, health, and life's biggest questions. HERE is the link to a 3-minute video I made, which offers three of its hundreds of ideas. For more info and to buy, clickHERE.
COOL CAREERS FOR DUMMIES (3rd edition) Quick
introductions to 500 great careers, including many little-known
ones. Plus sections on landing the job, overcoming procrastination,
self-employment, etc. This was the #1 rated career guide in the
Reader's Choice poll and reached #2 on the Wall Street
Journal National Business Bestseller list. Richard Bolles,
author of What Color is Your Parachute wrote on the cover
of this brand new edition, "Read this book Use this book. You're in
good hands. I guarantee you." USA Today's review of the
book called it "Full of smart advice." For more info and to buy,
THE ALL-IN-ONE COLLEGE GUIDE: Potent counsel on choosing, getting into, finding the money for, and making the most of college. For more info and to buy, click HERE.
My three out-of-print books are: How to Get Your Child a
Private School Education in a Public School, which was rated
one of the year's 10 Must Books by the American School Board
Association, You're Gonna Love This College Guide, and
How to Get an Ivy League Education Education at a State
University, which U.S Secretary of Education Terrel Bell
called "Thorough, reliable, and remarkably helpful."
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