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Radio Archive and Upcoming Shows

UPCOMING SHOWS

7/13 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss careers in beauty. Plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.

PAST SHOWS
To listen to past shows from Jan 8, 2012 or later, click HERE. Here's the listing of those past shows:

7/27 I read children’s picture books with implications for adults careers, indeed their lives. Plus, you can call in for a three-minute Workover.

7/20: 13 metaphors to help your career, 10 questions to help you decide if and when to retire, plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.

7/6 Marty Nemko gives a quiz: How well do you use LinkedIn. Plus his best new ideas plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

6/29 Merwin Brown onenergy careers plus you can call in for a3-Minute Workover.

6/22 Marty Nemko’s best newcareer ideas plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.
6/15 Marty and Barbara Nemko do a switch-sides-in the-middle debate on the question, When is employment drug testing appropriate ?"
6/8 Mike Hudson on what it's really like to be a commercial fisherman. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.
6/1 No guest. Is work or home more stresssful, plus my favorite new career tips and call-in 3-Minute Workovers.
5/25 Mark Leibovich, author of This Town. It's an insider's look at politicians' motivations and behaviors when the cameras are off.
5/18 C-Span's long-time interviewer, Brian Lamb. He's interviewed some of the world's most interesting people: from Michael Lewis to Isabel Wilkerson to Malcolm Gladwell. I'll ask about them as well as the about the art of interviewing
5/11 Barbara and Marty Nemko. A switch-sides debate: Are most bosses still insufficiently collaborative?
5/4 No guest. An hour of my favorite new career tips and call-in 3-Minute Workovers.
4/27 Former U.S. Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich returns to discuss jobs, disparate impact, and lessons from his own life. (I've now recorded it and believe you'll find it an usually enlightening and entertaining show.)
4/20 Robert Greene returns to discuss his classic book, The 48 Laws of Power.
4/13 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate this: Most workplace skills are acquired outside of school, if they’re acquired. Should schools teach them?
4/6 Sloat Garden Center Manager, Dustin Strobel on Careers in a plant nursery. We also ended up touting all sorts of great plants to grow in the Bay Area.
3/30 Linda Lysakowski, author of Fundraising as a Career: What, Are You Crazy? Plus you can call in for a three-minute workover. (Candidly, I found her remarkably non-responsive to my tough but fair questions.)
3/23 No guest. Marty shares his favorite under-the-radar careers. Plus call-in three-minute workovers.
3/16 UC Berkeley's Brad DeLong and Harvard's Jeffrey Miron discuss Redistribution: Do we need more? Less? Different?
3/9 Doug Reynolds, Past President, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology on Careers in Personnel and Organizational Psychology and what’s new in pre-employment testing. Plus you can call in for a three-minute workover.
3/2 The oversupply of STEM majors and law school grads. Under-the-radar careers. Plus call-in three-minute workovers. HERE is a transcript of that show.
2/23 Marty and Barbara Nemko discuss Brian Tracy’s latest of his 500(!) books: Time Management. (I'd guess that anyone who found time to write 500 books is qualified to write a book on time management. ) Plus you can call in for a three-minute workover. 2/16. Robert Greene, author of The Laws of Power and his new book, Mastery.
2/9 A homeless person tells his story. Plus you can call in for a three-minute workover.

2/2 Andrew McAfee, MIT workplace futurist and author of The 2nd Machine Age on what will happen when the jobs are gone. Plus you can call-in for a 3-Minute Workover

1/26 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the art, science, and psychology of grooming your replacement. Plus you can call-in for a 3-Minute Workover.

1/19 Award-winning sci-fi writer and futurist Karl Schroeder on careers of the future. Plus you can call-in for a 3-Minute Workover

1/12 Adam Bryant,Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist and author of Quick and Nimble: Lessons from Leading CEOs. Plus you can call-in for a3-Minute Workover

1/5/14 Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit. Potent but not-obvious advice on how to create a new habit. Plus call-in3-Minute Workovers

12/29/13 Marty Nemko's career and workplace predictions for 2014. Plus, you can call in for a3-minuteworkover.

12/22 Barbara and Marty Nemko: A Christmas special: Should we, net, be grateful, or resentful about the U.S. workplace.

12/15 Where the Jobs Are: Part III. Plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.

12/8 Marty Nemko unleashes his inner Scrooge on employers and employees. Plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover

12/1 Where the jobs are, Part II. Plus you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.

11/24 Where’s the job growth? And the how employable are you” quiz? And the pros and cons of forcing fast-food restaurants to pay all its workers at least $15 an hour. Plus, you can call in for a 3--minute workover.

11/17 Marty Nemko gives Barbara Nemko a test on how to run a meeting. Plus “Take Your Parent to Work Day.” And you can call-in for a3-Minute Workover

11/10 Dennis Bell on what it’s really like to be a 50+ job seeker. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers

11/3 Phyllis Kaplan on employing the "unemployable." She has helped people with significant physical and mental disabilities to find employment. Plus call-in3-Minute Workovers

10/27 David Lang, author ofZero to Maker, on the Maker Movement: How likely a path to sustainable employment. Plus call-in3-Minute Workovers

10/13 Michael O Church offers unconventional, smart career advice. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

10/20 Dr. Paul Ruggieri, author ofConfessions of a Surgeon. Plus call-in3-Minute Workovers

9/29 Former Director of the CA Employment Development Department Michael Bernick on how media portrayals of work reveal and distort the realities. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

10/6 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss Sheryl Sandberg's bestselling book, Lean In: Women, Work, and The Will to Lead. Plus you call call in for a 3-minute Workover.

9/22 Jim Huntington, author ofWork’s New Age: The End of Full Employment and What it Means to You.

9/15 Jaron Lanier, one of Time's 2010 100 Most Influential People and author ofWho Owns the Future, and I attempt to develop, on air, an innovative yet practical approach to rebuilding the middle class.

9/8 Paul Falcone, senior HR executive and author of101 Tough Conversations to Have with Employees. Plus you can call in for a3-Minute Workover.

9/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book: The First 90 Days: Proven Strategies for Getting Up to Speed. Plus, you can call in for a 3-Minute Workover.

8/25 Where will the GOOD jobs be? I'll discuss that with Charles Hughes Smith author ofWhy Things Are Falling Apart and What We Can Do About It.Plus you can call-in for a3-Minute Workover.

8/18 Ken Lloyd, author ofOffice Idiots: What to do When Your Workplace is a Jerkplace. Plus call-in3-minute workovers.

8/11 My favorite new career tips and musings. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

8/4 Robert Neuwirth on work lessons from the world's slums. Plus you can call in for aThree-Minute Workover

7/28 Help for the harried: Barbara and Marty Nemko offer their favorite time-management tips. Plus you can call in for a Three-Minute Workover.

7/21 Cheryl Cohen Greeneon what it's really like to be a sex surrogate. She is the subject of the movie The Sessions and the author of the book, An Intimate Life.

7/14. No guest. I offer my favorite new career tips and musings in between doing three-minute workovers on callers.

7/21 Cheryl Cohen Greene, the subject of the movie, The Sessions, and author of An Intimate Life: Sex, Love, and My Journey As A Surrogate Partner on what it's really like to be a sex surrogate. Plus you can call in for a Three-Minute Workover

7/7 Mike Cassidy, Silicon Valley columnist for the Mercury News, on work in Silicon Valley. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

6/30 Barbara and Marty Nemko: Advice for new grads and for the people who love them. Plus you can call in for a Three-Minute Workover.

6/23 Jeremy Smith, from UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center on the role of gratitude and compassion intoday's workplace. Pluscall-in three-minute workovers.

6/16 I discuss four more so-called career truths that may not be so true. Plus you can call in for aThree-.minuteWorkover

6/9 I raised questions about four so-called career truths that may not be so true. Plus you can call in for a Three-minute Workover.

6/2 Deborah Schneider, author of Should You Really be a Lawyer? Plus the commencement speech I'd love to give except that no college would be foolish enough to let me. .

5/26 Curmudgeonly career thoughts plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers

5/19 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate worklife issues. For example, in conversation, when should and shouldn't you interrupt? How to deal with a frequent interrupter?

5/12 Mike Minelli, co-author of Big Data, Big Analytics, on careers in that fast-growing field. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers.

5/5 I talk with producer, director Barry Martin, producer and actor Taylor Bartolucci, and actor James Sasser on careers in theatre: acting, directing, and starting a theatre company. Plus call-in 3-Minute Workovers

4/28 No guest. An hour of call-in 3-Minute Workovers plus my favorite new career-related tips and tricks.

4/21. Where the job growth is. Marty will talk with Michael Bernick, former head of CA Employment Development Dept. and expert on employing people with Autism spectrum disorders. Plus call-in 3-Minute WorkOvers

4/14 The art of mentoring and being a protege. The case for requiring colleges to post on their home page a consumerist report card on themselves..

4/7 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss careers in the 2nd half of life.

3/31 Jonah Berger, author of Contagious: Why Things Catch On.

3/24 Formerly Middle Class: What to do?

3/17 Stanford/Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson debates Director of UC Berkeley's Labor Center, Ken Jacobs. (It was rather an eye-opener.)

3/10 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, "Is This Thing On?, revised edition: A Computer Handbook for Late Bloomers, Technophobes, and the Kicking & Screaming. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

3/3 Guilt at work. Plus Marty Nemko's favorite new career tips and call-in three-minute career makeovers/workovers.

2/24 Ray Fisman and Tim Sullivan, authors of The Org: The Underlying Logic of the Office. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

2/17 Hans Fenstermacher and Renato Beninatto on what it's really like to be a translator. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

2/10 Stanley Chao, author of Selling to China: A guide for small to midsized businesses. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

2/3 Dr. Mark Goulston on Heartfelt Leadership.

1/27 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, The First-Time Manager. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers

1/20 Randy Tillery and Mark Martin on the growth in good manufacturing jobs in the Bay Area (e.g., biotech production and advanced machining) and how to train for the them. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

1/13 Key member of the Obama messaging team Robert Cialdini on the art and science of influencing people Plus call-in three-minute Workovers..

1/6 Advanced Networking. My guest will be Susan Roane, author of How to Work a Room and Secrets of Savvy Networking.. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

12/30 My career and workplace predictions for 2013.

12/23 Deconstructing It's A Wonderful Life: Are careers working for a corporate bank or as a landlord unethical? We presented both sides. I also played Oh Holy Night and Silent Night on the piano.

12/16 George Manter on what it's like to be a real estate agent today and tomorrow.

12/9 Barbara and Marty Nemko on how to help your kids and grandkids with career exploration and planning.

12/2 Sara Horowitz, MacArthur "Genius" Fellow and author of The Freelancer's Bible. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

11/18 A debate: Is the Americans with Disabilities Act a net positive for the workplace and for society. The Top Disability Advocate Claudia Center (who has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court) vs Cato Institute senior fellow Walter Olson.

11/25 No guest. Recently, rendered a seven-finger pianist, I played the piano to trigger a discussion of coping with disabilities. I also did three-minute WorkOvers on callers.

11/11 Barbara Nemko and I discuss the book, The Leader's Pocket Guide. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

11/4 Michigan State U VP for Research and Beijing Genomics Institute scientist Steve Hsu on improving cognitive ability. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

10/28 Three successful engineers without a college degree. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

10/21 About.com's Wendy Connick on the art of ethical selling. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.

10/14 A debate: Who'd be better on jobs: Obama or Romney? SF City Council PresidentDavid Chiu debates SF GOP Central Committee member Bill Bowen.

10/7 Careers and businesses related to Muslims. Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

9/30 Slacker jobs. Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

9/9 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: When and what sorts of dress codes are appropriate?

9/16 Larry Sarver on what it's really like to be an optometrist. Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

9/23 Marty Nemko debates himself and callers on: Is the disparate impact theory good for the workplace? Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

9/2 A distillation of Marty Nemko's five August 2012 presentations at the Commonwealth Club: Advanced strategies for finding a career, landing a job, beating the odds in self-employment, plus, deciding whether to do your passion as a career.

8/26 NOTE: A power outage at the station prevented the show from airing

8/19 Bruce Tulgin on the art of working with younger workers. Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

8/12 Mark Brewer on what it's really like to be a school principal. Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

8/5. Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Should entrepreneurship be the 4th R? Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

7/29 John Kremer author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Book. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

7/22 Marty Nemko on what I call Shoestring Businesses. This time, it's the best tips from the book The $100 Startup. Plus call-in questions from people in or thinking about starting a Shoestring Business.

7/15 Rick Newman, author of Rebounders: How winners pivot from setbacks to success.

7/8 I offer a five-minute course in time-management. Plus, the Un-MBA: how to succeed in business in the real world. Plus three-minute Workovers on callers.

7/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Is it ethical to use a resume writer? Also, I'll give her and you the Communication Test: What's your CQ? Plus call-in 3-minute Workovers.

6/24 Hanna Poczter Vice President, Lab Services at NS-LIJ Health System Laboratories on careers in medical technology, one of the few bachelor's-level professions in which the job market is good.

6/17 A Father's Day Essay: A Case for Men. Plus Neil Cohen on careers in marketing.

6/10 Celine Dion and Linda Ronstadt's duet partner, Terry Bradford, on how to make a living as a performer.

6/3 I read a draft of an essay on Men at Work, at Father's Day.

5/27 Josh Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers.

5/20 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate and banter about thorny worklife issues.

5/13 Jeffrie Givens returns to tell how, as a UC Berkeley graduate, she coped with having to be a data-entry clerk...and what she has done to rise up. She'll also, again, demonstrate her amazing singing voice. (Her previous appearance generated more positive response from listeners than any program in the show's 24 years

5/6 I discuss new, no-and-low-cost ways to improve workplace morale plus do three-minute Workovers on callers.

4/29 Rick Bisio, author of The Educated Franchisee, on buying a franchise and on becoming a franchisor.

4/22 Barbara Nemko and Marty Nemko perform work-related scenes from classic plays. Plus call-in 3-minute WorkOvers.

4/15 No guest. Career lessons you learned from your parents. Plus my favorite new career tips plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers.

4/8 No guest. My favorite new career and workplace tips plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

4/1 Linda Seabright: 1 person, 10 professional careers, no degree.

3/25 Brian Jones, an accidental entrepreneur shares lessons from his career travails.

3/18 Peter Diamandes, CEO of the X-Prize Foundation and of Singularity University, and author of Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think

3/11 Jeffrie Givens' most improbable story of how she went from a very shy girl in East Oakland to a career and performing success. (This show generated more positive response from listeners than any show in the show's 24 years on the air.)

3/4 Margaret Wehrenberg, author of The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Workbook on anxiety in today's anxious workplace.

2/26 Barbara Nemko and Marty Nemko on the art of coaching people for professional and personal growth.

2/19 Elaine Clark, author of There's Money Where Your Mouth Is, and voiceover actor David LaTulippe on careers in voiceover.

2/12 VA substance abuse expert Paula Wilbourne on substance abuse in the workplace: advice for abusers, coworkers, and bosses.

2/5 Joe Navarro, author of What Every Body is Saying: An ex FBI-Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People.

1/29 No guest. My favorite new career and workplace tips plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

1/22 Barbara and Marty Nemko kick around the advice of one of the world's most expensive career coaches, Marshall Goldsmith, author of "What Got You Here Won't Get You There: How successful people become even more successful. Plus call-in three-minute Workovers.

1/15 Piers Steel, author of The Procrastination Equation. To hear the show, click HERE.

1/8 Nick O'Neill and Shana Kabani on using social media marketing of small business.

1/1 New Year's No guest.Work-related predictions for 2012, keys to keeping New Year's Resolutions, plus call-in three minute WorkOvers. To hear it, click HERE

12/25--Christmas--No guest. A special holiday show including my worker's version of the 12 Days of Christmas and God knows what else. To hear it, click HERE

12/18 Barbara and Marty Nemko. Topic Slogans for Occupy 2.0 and Counter-Occupy 2.0. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers. To hear it, click HERE

12/11 Guy Kawasaki and Marty Nemko in conversation about Kawasaki's book, Enchantment: the art of changing hearts, minds, and actions. Plus, three-minute Workovers on callers and Marty's favorite new career nuggets. To hear it, click HERE.

12/4 Patrick Tucker, Deputy Editor of The Futurist and Content Director for the World Futures Society on careers and work in the future. Plus, three-minute Workovers on callers. To hear it, click HERE.

11/27 Should Christmas/Holiday trees be allowed in the workplace? Plus 10 high-satisfaction careers. To hear it, click HERE.

11/20 Tucker Mays and Bob Sloane, co-authors of Fired at 50: How to overcome the greatest job-search challenge. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers on callers.To hear it, click HERE

11/13 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the new book, How to Win Friends and Influence People in a Digital Age. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers on callers To hear it, click HERE

11/6 Nora Bensahel, Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security on the present and future of military careers. To hear it, click HERE

10/30 Top-rated TED Talk presenter, Cameron Herold, on how to create more entrepreneurs plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.To hear it, click HERE

10/23 Call-in three-minute career makeovers, plus my favorite new career-related ideas, including ways to build your willpower. To hear it, click.HERE

10/16 The second half of my interview with two-time Pulitzer-winning biographer David McCullough. Plus Vivek Wadhwa on lessons from the new generation of Indian and Chinese entrepreneurs: Lessons from China, India, and the U.S. To hear it, click HERE

10/9 Two-time Pulitzer-winning biographer David McCullough. Plus, Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, 50 Jewish Women Who Changed the World. To hear it, click HERE.

10/2 Josh Thomas of Thomas Farm on what it's really like to be an organic farmer. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, click.HERE.

9/25 Heather Krasna, author of Jobs That Matter: Find a Stable, Fulfilling Career in Public Service. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, clickHERE

9/18 No guest. College degrees that might actually land you a good job. Plus call-in 3-minute career and self-employment makeovers. To hear it, clickHERE

9/11 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Lose Weight? To hear it, click HERE

9/4 Pulitzer nominee Arnold Weinstein, author of Morning, Noon, and Night: Finding Meaning of Life's Stages Through Books. To hear it, click HERE

8/28 No guest. Marty Nemko offers career tips in-between call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, click HERE

8/21 Harvard Law professor Randall Kennedy and I in conversation about poverty, race, jobs, and education. To hear it, clickHERE.

8/14 Barbara Nemko on her hero Al Shanker, a statesman among union leaders. To hear it, clickHERE

8/7 Jeff Madrick, author of Age of Greed, in conversation with libertarian-leaning Stanford/Hoover Institution Fellow, Ken Scott. To hear it, clickHERE.

7/31 Best of show: Marty and Barbara Nemko on long-distance relationships. To hear it, clickHERE

7/24 No guest. Marty Nemko offers career tips in-between call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, clickHERE.

7/17 Nathan Myhrvold, former Microsoft CTO, now venture capitalist and inventor. To hear it, click HERE.

7/10 Pot Jobs: careers in the marijuana industry, with Steve DeAngelo, CEO of Harborside Health Center (a marijuana dispensary.)To hear it, clickHERE.

7/3 My wife Barbara Nemko and I discuss Gail Sheehy's new book, Passages for Caretakers. To hear it, clickHERE

6/26 Marshall Brain, author of Robotic Nation--a plausible dystopic vision for the American job market from 5 to 40 years from now, and solutions. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, clickHERE

6/19 A Best of Work with Marty Nemko program: The stump speech I'd give if I were running for President: Nine Worries About America and how I'd deal with it. Callers called in, some to say they'd vote for me, others who wanted to assassinate me. To hear it, click HERE

6/5 Barbara and Marty Nemko talk about what it's really like to have a bi-city relationship. Plus listeners call in with questions about their career or their relationship. To hear it, clickHERE

6/12 No guest. Hot careers and overhyped careers. Plus call-in three-minute career- and life- makeovers.To hear it, clickHERE

5/29 Karen McCall, author of Financial Recovery: Developing a healthy relationship with money. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear the program, clickHERE

5/22 Ruud ter Meulen co-author of Enhancing Human Capacities. To hear the program, clickHERE.

5/15 Pledge Drive show: Your pledges to public radio on behalf of my show are appreciated: www.kalw.org to pledge. My guest was preeminent physicist Freeman Dyson on climate change, careers in science, solar energy, and war.To hear it, clickHERE

5/8 No guest. My career tips, the stump speech I'd give if I were running for President. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear it, clickHERE

5/1 U.S. Circuit Judge and economist Richard Posner returns to discuss his career, whether joy and work-life balance are overrated, as well as the growing questions about higher education's value. To hear it, clickHERE

4/24 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the art of getting onto, thriving on, and leading a board of directors. To hear the show, clickHERE

4/17 Steve Hassan, leading expert on secular and religious cults: avoiding getting trapped, recognizing if you are, and extricating yourself. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/10 No guest. My tips and musings interspersed among call-in 3-minute WorkOvers and LifeOvers.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/3 Making a living as a magician: Gerry Griffin, Peter Morrison, RJ Owens.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/27 Richard Posner, among the most celebrated jurists of our time and a polymath.We'll discuss the present and future of law, public policy, and his remarkable career. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/20 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book Great Failures of the Extremely Successful. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/13 You're stuck with me: collected career tips plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/6 Gary Foreman, who runs DollarStretcher.com, on how to live on less. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

2/27 Stuart Diamond, author of Get More: new ideas in negotiation. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

2/20 Richard Florida, author of The Creative Class and The Great Reset, and Marty Nemko trade their top 6 ways to improve the world. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

2/13 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate "Is Romance in the workplace okay?" To hear or download the show, clickHERE

2/6: My plan for permanently creating jobs, in the U.S., in Egypt, indeed worldwide. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/30 no guest. Procrastination. (It was a last-minute ad-libbed show but I believe it represents a very advanced course in how to manage your tendency to procrastinate. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/23 Outgoing California State Supt. of Schools Jack O Connell and author of Bad Students, Not Bad Schools, Robert Weissberg on how to address America's low ranking in student achievement. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/16 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate "Should pets be allowed in the workplace?" To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/9 Economic forecaster Peter Schiff. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/2/2011 Marty Nemko's predictions for 2011 and beyond. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/26 Lee Glickstein founder of Speaking Circles,on learning to speak confidently. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/19 Eric Wesoff on the cleantech employment landscape for 2011 and beyond..To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Should America have a 30-hour work week? plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, click HERE

12/5 Dr. Mark Zetin, author of Challenging Depression. file=depression. plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, click HERE

11/28 No guest. My new favorite career tips plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, click HERE

11/21 Nick Bilton, author of I live in the Future and Here's How it Works. Plus my call for an immersive ethics curriculum as among the most important initiatives that could be undertaken. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.To hear or download the show, click HERE

11/14 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Is higher education a net good or a net evil? (It's not as one-sided an issue as one might think.) To hear or download the show, click HERE

11/7 A debate between a progressive and a conservative on how to address the racial income gap. To hear or download the show, click HERE

10/31 Scott Shane, author of Born Entrepreneurs, Born Leaders: How Your Genes Affect Your Work Life. To hear or download the show, click HERE

10/24 Gary Swart, CEO of ODesk on the implications of using remote contract workers for job seekers, employers, and America. To hear or download the show, click HERE

10/17 A Best of Work with Marty Nemko encore show: Marty and Barbara Nemko fight about whether it's wisest to take a vacation, staycation, or nocation. To hear or download the show, click HERE

10/10 Richard Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute, and I debate how to land a job in 2010, plus what can be done about the many millions of Americans who are unlikely to find sustainable employment in our ever more competitive, global economy. To hear or download the show, click HERE

10/3 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss Your Body at Work: A guide to sightreading the body language of businesses, bosses, and boardrooms. To hear or download the show, click HERE

9/26 Susan Britton-Whitcomb, on using Twitter to help your career. To hear or download the show, click HERE

9/19 Harvey Hyman on what's it really like to be a lawyer--and what you need to know if you need one or already have one. To hear or download the show, click HERE

9/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss Obama messaging team member Robert Cialdini's book, Influence. To hear or download the show, click HERE

9/5 Sramana Mitra on lessons from India on becoming an entrepreneur. To hear or download the show, click HERE

8.29 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, The Checklist Manifesto. To hear or download the show, click HERE

8/22 Michael Lopp, author of The Software Developer's Career Handbook. To hear or download the show, click HERE

8/15 Vanguard founder John Bogle, author of Enough: True measures of money, business, and life. To hear or download the show, click HERE

8/8 Roger Libby on what's it really like to be a sex therapist. To hear or download the show, click HERE

8/1 Leil Lowndes, author of How to Instantly Connect with Anyone: 96 little secrets. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/25 San Francisco One-Stop Director Troy Henry and Oakland PIC manager of career services Maureen Nelson on govt. programs for the unemployed. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/18 June Waugh Kilpatrick on what it's like to be a state investigator of employee claims: stress, sexual harassment, discrimination, etc. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/11 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate staycation vs. vacation vs. nocation. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/4. My honest thoughts about work, life, and society, as I enter my seventh decade. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

6/27 Opportunity Knocks' Chelle Shell, on the present and future of nonprofit careers.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

6/20 Where are the jobs now: I'll talk with a team of people from a leading job search support group: East Bay Professional Experience Network. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

6/13 No guest. An hour of three-minute career makeovers.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

6/6 Giovanna Pang Garcia, author of Why Chinese Women are Not Broke: Real-Life Stories and Proven Keys to Success. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/30 Brandi Bernazzani, financial counselor, on getting control of your money. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/23--Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, Management Rewired: Why feedback doesn't work and other surprising lessons from the latest brain science. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/16-- Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, The Skinny on Time Management and Other Life Challenges AND The Skinny on Success. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/9--A Debate: Is comprehensive immigration reform/amnesty good for America? Stanford Law School Associate Dean Dan Siciliano takes the yes side, Mark Krikorian, director of The Center for Immigration Studies takes the no side. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/2 A Debate: Is single-payer health care good for America? Paul Gorman of Physicians for a National Health Plan takes the yes side. Sally Pipes of the Pacific Research Institute takes the no side. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/25 Futurist Arnold Brown and I debate how the employment crisis will end...and how you can survive and perhaps thrive. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/18 Dan Schawbel on creating your personal brand--for career and personal benefit. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/11 Lessons from all my career changes. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/4 Barbara Nemko and Marty Nemko discuss the book, 1000 CEOs: From moguls to maverick CEOs, learn their secrets, share their success. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/28 California gubernatorial candidate, Steve Poizner. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

3/21 Brad and Deb Schepp, authors of How to Find a Job Using LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

3/14--Frank Goldstein, making a middle-class living as a musician.

3/7 --No guest. Quick-Prep Careers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

2/28 Tim Ferriss, author of the 4-Hour Workweek (2nd edition). To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

2/21 Barbara Nemko and Marty Nemko on retiring wisely. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

2/14 Lynne Henderson on coping with shyness/social anxiety in the workplace. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

2/7 Berkeley Rep's Tony Taccone and Role Players' Sue Trigg on what it's really like to be a theatre director. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/31 Al Bernstein, author of Am I the Only Sane One Working Here, on becoming aware of and dealing with liars and crazies in the workplace. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/24 Lawrence Cunningham, author of The Essays of Warren Buffett. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/17 A debate: free market capitalism vs. a social-democrat approach: Stanford/Hoover Institution's David Henderson debates Center for Economic and Policy Research's Mark Weisbrot. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/10 Bev Browning, author of Grantwriting for Dummies. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/3/10 Best Careers for 2010. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/27 Barbara Nemko and I on career lessons we learned in 2009. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/20 Chad Maslak on Selling on the Net. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/13 Bart McCoy on what it's really like to be a plumber.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

12/6: Barbara and Marty Nemko debate your worklife issues. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

11.29 A.J. Jacobs, author of Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

111/22 Kamala Harris on what it's like to be a big-city District Attorney. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

1/15 Carol Christen, author of What Color is Your Parachute for Teens. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

11/8 Sramana Mitra, author of the Entrepreneurship Trilogy,: on internship, entrepreneurship, branding. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

11/1- Noah Alper, founder of Noah's Bagels and author of Business Mensch: Timeless Wisdom for Today's Entrepreneur. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

10/25: Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss: How honest should you be about your desire or lack of desire to work. To hear or download the show, clickHERE10/18 No Guest: I suggest the best careers for researchers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

10/11 No guest: I talk about why double-digit unemployment is here to stay...and what to do about it. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

10/4 Mark Goulston, author of Just Listen: the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

9/27 Kelly Johnson, author of A Better Man: Ten American Heroes Say What it Really Means to Be a Man. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

9/20 Barbara and Marty Nemko tell the stories of more Purpose Prize winners: people who did big things after age 60. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

9/13 Richard Holmes, author of The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

9/6 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss our favorite ways to manage time better in these stressful times. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

8/30 Michael Jackson, author of How to Do Good After Prison. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

8/23 Tyree Johnson on how Toastmasters can improve your public speaking and boost your career. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

8/16 Barb and Marty Nemko tell the stories of the winners of The Purpose Prize: people who made a big difference after age 60. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

8/9 No guest. The core long-term antidote to America's decline: create a nation of ethical entrepreneurs and replace K-12 teachers with online video superteachers supplemented by onsite tutors. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

8/2 Sharon Buchbinder, co-author of Career Opportunities in Health Care Management. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/26 Larry Robbin: Are you hard to employ: youth, troubled past, disabled? How to get employed--and stay employed. Plus Marty does three-minute career makeovers on callers. '' To hear or download the show, clickHERE

7/19 Marty Nemko does 3-minute career makeovers on callers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

7/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, The Richest Kids in America: how they did it and how you can to. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

7/5 Mick Berry, co-author of Stage Fright: 40 stars tell you how they beat America's #1 fear. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

6/28 Caroll Michels, author of How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist: Selling Yourself without Selling Your Soul. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

6/21 A Father's Day program: Warren Farrell on how dads can succeed in their career, while still being a good dad. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

6/14 Pete Peterson, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce and Chair of the Committee on Foreign Relations, and author of Education of an American Dreamer. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

6/7 Barbara Nemko and I discuss the book, Strengths-based Leadership.To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

5/31 Why I'm pessimistic about the American job market.. And how to thrive anyway. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

5/24 Lily Whiteman, author of How to Land a Top-Paying Federal Job. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/10 Katharine Brooks, author of You Majored in What? To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/3 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate what to do if your adult child is still career-clueless.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/26 Becoming and succeeding as a career and life coach. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/19 Using presidential communication strategies to abet your career. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/12 Will ObamaNomics work: A debate between a liberal (Dean Baker) and a Libertarian (Robert Murphy).To hear or download the show, clickHERE

4/5 How to become a great storyteller and use it in job seeking and in your work.To hear or download the show, clickHERE

3/29 Marty and Barbara Nemko on advice we'd give our adult child (Part 2) To hear or download the show,click HERE

3/22 Marty and Barbara Nemko on advice we'd give our adult child--if only she'd listen.To hear or download the show,clickHERE

3/15 Marty Nemko offers 3-minute career makeovers, with an emphasis on self-employment. Plus how to use Twitter to enhance your career. To hear or download the show,clickHERE

3/8 - Sramana Mitra, expert on Silicon Valley startups and author of Entrepreneur Journeys.To hear or download the show,clickHERE

3/1 Marshall Goldsmith, top career coach and author of Succession: Are You Ready?To hear or download the show,clickHERE

2/22 Barbara and Marty Nemko on finding willpower.To hear or download the show,clickHERE

2/15 Kathryn Troutman, author of 10 Steps to a Federal Job.To hear or download the show,clickHERE

2/8 - Marty Nemko does 3-minute career makeovers on callers. To hear or download the show,clickHERE

2/1 - Dan Monez on what it’s really like to be a police chief (and actor) To hear or download the show,clickHERE

1/25 - Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book the 100 Best Business Books of All Time. Plus 3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

1/18 Dr. Ellen Moffatt on what it’s really like to be a forensic pathologist/autopsy physician. Plus three-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

1/11 Jonathan Woetzel, author of Operation China: From strategy to execution. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

1/4/09 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate the 18-point plan in his essay, "If I Were President of the United States." To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

12/28 Barbara Nemko debates Marty Nemko on his predictions for 2009. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

12/21 What I have to say to new graduates (and to anyone elsewho'll listen)To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

12/14 Charles Murray, author of Real Education. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

12/7 Mark Coleman on what’s it’s really like to bean insurance agent.To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

11/30 Peter Imburg, CEO of Elfster: on what it’s reallylike to run a dotcom startup (that involves Santa).To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

11/23 Janis Bell, author of the grammar book Clean, Well-LightedSentences. To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

11/16, Morrison & Foerster lawyer Eric Tate on how life will likely change for employers and employees in light of the election.Also, my ideas on how to be more time-effective.To hear ordownload the show,clickHERE.

11/9 Obama advisor, Jared Bernstein. He and I debated the wisdomof a liberal versus libertarian-leaning approach to fixing economy.This is one of my favorite shows, ever. I think you'll find that itfairly and interestingly presents both sides of this criticalissue.To hear or download theshow,clickHERE.

11/2 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate how to work a room.To hear or download the how,clickHERE.

10/26 Allison O’Kelly on stay-at-home moms trying to getback in the workplace.To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

10/19 Pat Choate, author of Dangerous Business: the risks of globalization for America.To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

10/12 Hot Jobs in a Depression.To hear or download the show,clickHERE.

10/5 Barbara Nemko and I debate how to hire wisely.To hear or download the show,clickHERE

9/28 A replay of a previous show--the interview with Carol Cassella, author of Oxygen, on what it's really like to be ananesthesiologist. To hear ordownload the show, clickHERE

9/21 Marty and Barbara Nemko debate the book,New Ideas fromDead CEOs.To hear ordownload the show, clickHERE

9/14 Michael Gurian, co-author of Leadership and the Sexes andKingsley Browne, author of Biology at Work.To hear or download theshow, clickHERE

9/7 Blake Taylor and Kathleen Nadeau on Adult A.D.D. To hear ordownload the show, click HERE

8/31 An hour of call-in 3-minute career makeovers plus an ode topeople who work 60+ hours a week, especially the women who do. Tohear or download the show, click HERE.

8/24 Race in the Workplace. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

8.17 Penelope Trunk, author of Brazen Careerist, on Generation Xand Y in the workplace. (She's pretty outrageous.) To hear ordownload the show, click HERE.

8/10 My wife Barbara Nemko and I debate the book, "Why WomenShould Rule the World" To hear or download the show, click HERE.

8/3 Green Careers with Carol McClelland who runsgreencareercentral.com and Marie Kerpan, a career counselor whospecializes in green careers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE.

7/27 No Guest- Just me offering ideas on where the jobs are anddoing three-minute career makeovers on callers. To hear or downloadthe show, click HERE.

7/20 David Hodgson, author of Video Game Careers. To hear ordownload the show, click HERE.

7/13 Dr. Carol Cassella on what it's really like to be ananesthesiologist: the physical and emotional issues of facing lifeand death in the operating room. To hear or download the show,click HERE

7/6 Mary Ruwart, Libertarian presidential candidate, who arguesthat Libertarianism is best for American employees. To hear ordownload the show, click HERE

6/29 Barbara Nemko and I discuss the book, How to Get Anyone toDo Anything. To hear or download the show, click HERE

6/22 Lisa Spector: A musician’s beyond -out-of-the-box wayto make a living. To hear or download the show, click HERE

6/15 Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur AND A Father'sDay Ode to the Hard-working but family-uninvolved dad. To hear ordownload the show, click HERE

6/8 PART 2: Economist Jared Bernstein, author ofCrunch: Why Do I Feel So Squeezed and Other EconomicMysteries. To hear or download the show, click HERE

6/1 PART I: Economist Jared Bernstein, author ofCrunch: Why Do I Feel So Squeezed and Other EconomicMysteries. To hear or download the show, click HERE

5/25 Marty Nemko’s favorite new career ideas plus call-in3-minute career makeovers. To hear or download the show, clickHERE

5/18 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate the Gender Wars at Work:Should men do half the housework? Should parents get specialprivileges in the workplace? Do women really earn less for the samework? To hear or download the show, click HERE

5/11 John Izzo, author of The Five Secrets You Must DiscoverBefore You Die (and why Marty Nemko thinks two of them are deadwrong.) To hear or download the show, click HERE

5/4 Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color is YourParachute. To hear or download the show, click HERE

4/27 Carnell Smith and Warren Farrell on paternity fraud: theleast-talked about career killer. To hear or download the show,click HERE

4/20 Marty Nemko on why the U.S. recession will be long anddeep...and on the life well-led in hard times.To hear or downloadthe show, click HERE

4/13 Barbara and Marty Nemko on being smart about retirement. Tohear or download the show, click HERE.

4/6 Attorney F. Lee Bailey on what it’s really like to bea lawyer, plus tips for people currently involved in a criminal orcivil case. To hear or download the show, click HERE.

3/30 Yavante Thomas-Guess and Maureen Nelson on transgendercareer issues. To hear or download the show, click HERE.

3/23 Toby Freedman on careers in biotech. To hear or downloadthe show, click HERE

3/16 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, So You Want toJoin the Peace Corps. To hear or download the show, click HERE

3/9 Richard Dawkins, author of The God Delusion. To hear ordownload the show, click HERE

3/2 Jim Christian, a street entrepreneur. To hear or downloadthe show, click HERE

2/24 Jason Alba, author of I'm On LinkedIn: Now What? To hear ordownload the show, click HERE

2/17 John Ford on workplace mediation. To hear or download theshow, click HERE.

NOTE: All shows prior to 2/17/08 require RealPlayeron your computer. To download it free, click HERE.

2/10 My wife, Barbara Nemko and I debate your work orrelationship call-in questions. To hear the show, click HERE

2/3 Rebroadcast: My workplace predictions for 2008. To hear theshow, click HERE

1/27 Paul and Sarah Edwards, author of Middle ClassLifeboat: Career and Life Choices for Navigating a ChangingEconomy. To hear the show, click HERE

1/20 John Robison, author of Look Me in the Eye: My Lifewith Asperger's Syndrome. To hear the show, click HERE

1/13. No guest. I'll discuss ahead-of-the-curve careers. To hearthe show, click HERE

1/6 Kathyrn Troutman on How to Land a Federal Job and KenMandler on How to Land a State Job. Plus call-in questions forthose guests. To hear the show, click HERE

12/23 Marty Nemko. Workplace predictions for 2008. Plus call-in3-minute career makeovers. To hear the show, click HERE

12/16 David Bornstein, author of How to Change the World. Tohear the show, click HERE

12/9 No Guest. A warning against going back to school as a wayto boost your career, plus three-minute career makeovers. To hearthe show, click HERE

12/2 Clark Quinn, on using simulation games in the workplace. Tohear the show, click HERE

11/25 Rosabeth Moss Kanter, author of America the Principled: 6Opportunities for Becoming a Can-Do Nation Once Again. To hear theshow, click HERE

11/18 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the lack of honesty in theworkplace. Plus, career and relationship makeovers on callers.Tohear the show, click HERE

11/11 Craig Venter, decoder of the Human Genome. To hear theshow, click HERE

11/4 Michael Krasny, host of KQED's Forum and author ofOff-Mike. To hear the show, click HERE

10/28 Jim Whaley, president of the Siemens Foundation on what it's really like to work for a foundation.To hear the show, clickHERE

10/21 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, CrucialConversations, plus three-minute call-in and relationshipmakeovers. To hear the show, click HERE

10/14 Robert Reich, Former Clinton Admin. Secretary of Labor. Tohear the show, click HERE

10/7 Ian Ayres, author of Supercrunchers, Why thinking by thenumbers is the new way to be smart.To hear the show, click HERE

9/30 David Meerman Scott, author of the New Rules for Marketingand PR To hear the show, click HERE

9/23 Robert Kunitz on what it's really like to work in a sewagetreatment plant To hear the show, click HERE

9/16 Career advice for people 40+. To hear the show, clickHERE

9/9 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the art of telling ananecdote.9/2 A Best of Work with Marty Nemko (a replay ofa favorite show.) To hear the show, click HERE

8/26 Walter Isaacson, author of Einstein. To hear the show,click HERE

8/19 Barb Schwarz, author of Building a Successful Home StagingBusiness. To hear the show, click HERE

8/12 Greg Fortner, Exec. Director of the San Francisco HousingAuthority, on what it's really like to be a government manager. Tohear the show, click HERE

8/5 Barbara and Marty Nemko show you how to learn yourworkplace's unspoken rules. Also, the implications for men of newstudies that find that women want to work part-time.To hear theshow, click HERE

7/29 Is single-payer health care a good idea? A debate betweenDr. Nancy Nielsen, president-elect of the American MedicalAssociation and Dr.Don McCanne, Senior Policy Fellow for Physiciansfor a National Health Program. To hear the show, click HERE

7/22 Anita Bruzzese, author of 45 Things You Do to Drive YourBoss Crazy, plus 3-minute call-in career makeovers To hear theshow, click HERE

7/15 Charlotte Jacobs on what it's really like to be anoncologist (cancer physician) at the same time as she is starringin the play I'm directing, Same Time Next Year.To hear the show,click HERE

7/8 What's it really like to be a firefighter? To hear the show,click HERE

7/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, Blink. To hear theshow, click HERE

6/24 No guest. 3-minute call-in workovers plus cool careers.Tohear the show, click HERE

6/17 Michael Gurian, author of The Wonder of Boys and The Wonderof Girls. To hear the show, click HERE

6/10 Alan Morrison, author of Beyond the Big Firm: Profiles ofLawyers Who Want Something More To hear the show, click HERE

6/3 Anne Wilson, CEO of United Way of the Bay Area on what it'sreally like to manage a nonprofit?To hear the show, click HERE

5/27 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Is being a dabbler bad?Tohear the show, click HERE

5/20 Ben Casnocha, author of Lessons from a Very Young (19 yearsold) CEO.To hear the show, click HERE

5/13 McCall's Editor, Sally Koslow, on what's it really like tobe a magazine publisher. To hear the show, click HERE

5/6 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate the book, Not Buying It: AYear Without Shopping. To hear the show, click HERE

4/29 L.A. Dodgers' great Maury Wills on what it's really like tobe a baseball player? To hear the show, click HERE

4/22 Don't listen to the first half hour--it was bad. To hearthe show, click HERE

4/15 Just me doing three-minute career makeovers on callers,plus a new feature: "You're Hired/You're Fired" in which I do athree-minute mock job interview with callers. To here the show,click HERE

4/8 Just me doing three-minute career makeovers on callers. Tohear it, click HERE

4/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko on: You're already successful butyou're still not content. Now what? HERE

3/25 Two world-class experts, Bjorn Lomborg and Mike MacCrackendebate: Is it worth the major effort to attempt to slow globalwarming. To hear it, click HERE

3/18 How are people getting jobs today? To hear it, clickHERE

3/11 Can America Compete with China? James Kynge debates GordonChang. To hear it, click HERE

3/4 Marshall Goldsmith, career coach to 80 top CEOs. Pluscall-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear it, click HERE

2/25 Fast Company's Alan Deutschman, author of Change or Die.Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear it, click HERE

2/18 The UnValentine's Day Show: Marty and Barbara Nemko ondivorce's dirtiest tricks. To hear it, click HERE

2/11 Janet Herschenson on what it's really like to be a moviecasting director. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. (Thisshow won't be available until approx. 2/27.)

2/4 Graziela Kenig on working successfully with Latinos. To hearit, click HERE

1/28 A Debate: Is Wal-Mart good for society? To hear it, clickHERE

1/21 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss how to survive the employeefrom hell. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hear it,click HERE

1/14 Don Tapscott, author of Wikinomics: How mass collaborationchanges everything. Plus call-in 3-minute career makeovers. To hearit, click HERE

1/7/07 Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color is YourParachute. To hear it, click HERE

12/31 Scoring my 2006 predictions; new predictions for 2007.(With Barbara Nemko) To hear it, click HERE

12/17 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate: Is marriage obsolete? IsChristmas? To hear it, click HERE

12/10. Hosts of Philosophy Talk (Ken Taylor and John Perry)address the question, "Can you really make a living as aphilosopher? " Plus we'll kick around philosophers' top questions,including, "what is the life well led?" To hear it, click HERE

12/3 Lessons from CEO's first jobs. To hear it, click HERE

11/26 Barbara Brown Taylor, author of Leaving Church, on whatit's really like to be a minister. One of my best interviews.Tohear it, click HERE

11/19 Rick Segel, author of The Essental Online Solution: The5-step Plan for Small Business Success. Plus three-minute careermakeovers on callers. Plus three-minute career makeovers oncallers. To hear it, click HERE

11/12 Barbara Nemko on a new study on women and ambition. Plus3-minute career makeovers on callers.To hear it, click HERE

11/05 Marty Nemko does three-minute makeovers on callers.To hearit, click HERE

10/29 Harold Stolovitch, on the art of training people. Plusthree-minute career makeovers on callers. To hear it, clickHERE

10/22 Frank Fitzpatrick, author of The Lion in Autumn:a season with Joe Paterno. Plusthree-minute career makeovers oncallers. To hear it, click HERE

10/15 A short but advanced course in time management. Also, whatit's really like to be an actor. Plus three-minute career makeoverson callers.To hear it, click HERE

10/8 I read excerpts from and critique the book, Mavericks atWork. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers.To hear it, clickHERE

10/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate the book, The Power ofNice. (Can nice guys really finish first?) To hear it, clickHERE

9/24 Ferdinand Protzman author and photographer of the NationalGeographic Guide to Work To hear it, click HERE

9/17 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss Daniel Goleman's new book,Social Intelligence.To hear it, click HERE

9/10 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss, debate, and perhapsdeflate the book, Joy at Work.To hear it, click HERE

9/3 Jill Duffy, Editor of Computer Game Developermagazine, on careers in computer games. To hear it, click HERE

8/27 Liberal and conservative perspectives on the working poor.Plus advice for low-income job seekers.To hear it, click HERE

8/20 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss new research on male bossesand female bosses. To hear it, click HERE

8/13 Walter Block and Jared Bernstein debate: Should the minimumwage be raised? To hear it, click HERE

8/6 An hour of my doing three-minute career makeovers oncallers. To hear it, click HERE

7/30 What it's really like to be a minister? To hear it, clickHERE. (If it doesn't work, try again tomorrow.)

7/23 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate the validity of FastCompany's favorite worklife tips. To hear it, click HERE

7/16 Ilana DeBare, small business columnist for the SanFrancisco Chronicle. To hear it, click HERE

7/9 Moira Gunn, host of TechNation and BiotechNation. To hearit, click HERE

6/25 Mark Mackler on what it's really like to be a librarian.Tohear it, click HERE

6/18 Adina Sara, author of 100 Words Per Minute: Tales FromBehind Law Office Doors. To hear it, click HERE.

6/11 Anthony Iaquinto, author of Never Bet the Farm: HowSuccessful Enterpreneurs Make Decisions. (To hear it, clickHERE)

6/4 Barbara and Marty Nemko offer career advice for thephysically unattractive. (To hear it, click HERE)

5/28 Carol Christen, co-author of What Color is YourParachute for Teens. (To hear it, click HERE)

5/21 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the devolution of character inthe U.S. (To hear it, click HERE)

5/14 David Kelley, Chair of Stanford's Design School and CEO ofIDEO on the present and future of design. (To hear it, clickHERE)

5/7 Immigration Debate: Flavia Jimenez of La Raza vs. MarkKrikorian of the National Center for Immigration Studies. (To hearit, click HERE)

4/30 Lessons in chutzpah: How an enterprising college kid got tointerview a half dozen top celebrities and land a gig at CNN. (Tohear it, click HERE)

4/16 The effects of illegal immigration on America and on yourworklife, and life, in general. (I thought this was an excellentshow.) To hear it, click HERE.

4/9 Mary Pope Osborne on what it really takes to be a successfulchildren's book author. (To hear the show, click HERE.)

4/2 Barbara and Marty Nemko: From midcareer to retirement. Whatyou need to know. (To hear the show, click HERE.)

3/26 U.S. News and World Report writer and editor, Rick Newman,on the implications of globalization for the U.S. job market. (Tohear the show, click HERE.)

3/19 Mark Quinn and Dave Mendelsohn on how the Small BusinessAdministration helps small businesses. Plus three-minute careermakeovers.(To hear the show, click HERE.)

3/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko on managing your career. PlusMarty's projections for changes ahead for US workers.(To hear theshow, click HERE.)

3/5 Gabriel Harrison, Senior Exhibit Designer for the San JoseTech Museum, on what it's really like to be a museum exhibitdesigner.(To hear the show, click HERE.)

2/26 Gene Hansen on what's it really like to be a middle managerfor a Fortune 50 company.(To hear the show, click HERE.)

2/19 John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.(To hear the show, click HERE.)

2/12 Secrets to Successful Internet Dating. (Valentine's DayFeature). Plus three-minute career makeovers. (To hear the show,click HERE.)

2/5 - Doug Lipman, on the art of storytelling at work. Plusthree-minute career makeovers. (To hear the show, click HERE.)

1/29 - Drs. Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book Lessonsin Loyalty and debate callers' worklife questions. (To hearthe show, click HERE.)

1/22 Heller Ehrman attorney, Ray Hixson, on what employees andemployers should know about their rights in the workplace. Pluscall-in three-minute career makeovers. (To hear the show, clickHERE.)

1/15 Marty and Barbara Nemko debate their predictions for 2006.Plus, Dr. Michael Edelstein, aformer president of the Associationfor Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, and author of Three-MinuteTherapy. (To hear the show, click HERE.)

1/8/06 Doug Hardy, author of the Monster Guides to Networkingand Interviewing. (To hear the show, click HERE)

1/1/06 Replay of an earlier show.

2005

12/25/05 I'm taking off Christmas Day. There will be specialHoliday programming on KALW.

12/18 Deborah Ruf: author of Losing Our Minds: Gifted ChildrenBehind. Plus Barbara and Marty Nemko debate your call-in worklifeissues. To hear the show, click HERE

12/11 Studs Terkel, author of Working. And his new book: AndThey All Sang: Adventures of an Eclectic DJ. This show should beavailable by 12/13 or 12/14. To hear the show, click HERE

12/4 Mark Goulston. author of Get out of Your Own Way atWork.Plus listeners call in forthree-minute career makeovers.Tohear the show, click HERE

11/27 John DeGraaf, author of Affluenza and Take Back Your Time.Plus listeners call in forthree-minute career makeovers.To hear theshow, click HERE

11/20 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate worklife issues. Pluslisteners call in forthree-minute career makeovers. To hear theshow, click HERE

11/13 David Heenan, author of Flight Capital: The AlarmingExodus of America's Best and Brightest. Plus listeners call inforthree-minute career makeovers. To hear the show, click HERE

11/6 M2 founder Marion McGovern on making the most of life as acontract or temp employee.To hear the show, click HERE

10/30 Marsha Collier, author of EBay Business for Dummies. Tohear the show, click HERE

10/23 Jim Daly, Editor of Edutopia, George Lucas' EducationFoundation magazine, on the present and future of education.To hearthe show, click HERE

10/16 Barbara Nemko and Marty Nemko debate work-relatedissues.To hear the show, click HERE

10/9 Ed Mgrdechian, author of 3000: What California will looklike in 2055. To hear the show, click HERE.

10/2 Ed Gordon, author of the 2010 Meltdown: Solving theImpending Jobs Crisis To hear the show, click HERE.

9/25 Kaiser Permanente Chief Executive, Dr. Robbie Pearl on thepresent and future of health care. To hear the show, click HERE

9/18 Barbara and Marty Nemko. Career lessons we've learned fromour own lives. To hear the show, click HERE.

9/11 Former US Presidential Advisor, Clyde Prestowitz on theimplications of China's boom for Americans..To hear the show, clickHERE

9/4 The show was preempted for NPR coverage of HurricaneKatrina.

8/28 David Plotz, author of The Genius Factory (about thepromise and perils of sperm donation and more futuristic approachesto creating designer babies) To hear the show, click HERE

8/21 Dan Sperling and Dan Sturges on the future oftransportation and of energy. To hear the show, click HERE.

8/14 Barbara and Marty Nemko on retirement careers, To hear theshow, click HERE.

8/7 Futurists Clement Bezold and John Smart. To hear the show,click HERE

7/31 Barbara and Marty Nemko: On making meetings better. To hearthe show, click HERE.

7/24 Human Resources: Corporate Hero or Corporate Joke? To hearthe show, click HERE.

7/17 Beverly Langford, author of the Etiquette Edge: Secrets toBusiness Success. To hear the show, click HERE.

7/10 Overcoming Inertia. When you KNOW you should do something,but can't make yourself do it. To hear the show, click HERE.

7/3 I give my wife a quiz on where the jobs are. Plus, we debateis it ethical for the San Francisco Giants to run ads encouragingpeople to take sick days and go to the Giants game. To hear theshow, click HERE.

6/26 The older worker: dilemmas for employees and employers Tohear the show, click HERE.

6/19 Ask Annie, Fortune Magzine career columnist on: severance,offshoring, when to quit, and why business school is rarely worthattending. To hear the show, click HERE.

6/12 Martin Kihn, author of House of Lies: How ManagementConsultants Steal Your Watch to Tell You the Time. To hear theshow, click HERE

6/5 Roberta Temes, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide toHypnosis on the use of hypnosis to conquer bad habits. To hear theshow, click HERE.

5/29/05 The 5 O' Clock Club's Richartd Bayer on the art of usingthe phone in your career. To hear the show, click HERE

5/22/05 Barbara and Marty Nemko on keys to looking good afterage 40. (Good show.) To hear the show, click HERE

5/15/05 Futurist and author of A Whole New Mind, Dan Pink, Tohear the show, click HERE

5/8/05 Dennis Damp, author of the books Post Office Jobs and USGovernment Jobs. To hear the show, click HERE.

5/1/05 Michael Shermer, editor of Skeptic magazine, on becominga clearer thinker. To hear the show, click HERE.

4/24/05 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate work and relationshipissues. To hear the show, click HERE.

4/17/05 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate work and relationshipissues. To hear the show, click HERE.

4/10/05 Hazel Henderson on socially responsible businesses.

4/3/05 Bruce Judson, author of Go It Alone and Andrew Sherman,author of Raising Capital. To hear the show, click HERE

3/27/05 Marty and Barbara Nemko debate work issues and do3-minute career and relationship makeovers on callers.To hear theshow, click HERE.

3/20/05 Suze Orman on getting control of your personal finances.To hear the show, click HERE.

3/13/05 Barbara Sher, author of Wishcraft, on figuring out whatyou really want...and getting it. To hear the show, click HERE.

3/6/05 Jim Citron, author of "You're in Charge: Now What?" Plus3-minute career makeovers on callers.To hear the show, clickHERE.

2/27/05 Warren Farrell, author of "Why Men Earn More" To hearthe show, click HERE.

2/20/05 Marty and Barbara Nemko discuss Harvard's LawrenceSummers' hypothesis about women in math and science careers. Also,a discussion of the book, How to Get Anyone to do Anything. To hearthe show, click HERE

2/13/05 The Valentine's Day Show: Barbara and Marty Nemko debateromance in the workplace. To hear the show, click HERE

2/6/05 Bob Herbold, former COO of Microsoft. To hear the show,click HERE

1/30/05 Julie Morgenstern on the art of time management. To hearthe show, click HERE

1/23/05 Guy Kawasaki on the Art of the Start: The battle-testedguide for anyone starting anything. To hear the show, clickHERE

1/16/05 Noam Chomsky. To hear the show, click HERE.. For further insight, consider reading one or both ofthese books: The Chomsky Reader and The Anti-ChomskyReader. The latter paints Chomsky as an intellectual fraud, anassertion made by the likes of Alan Dershowitz, and eminenthistorian Arthur Schlesinger.

1/9/05 Eric Liu on how to find, be, and make the most of amentor. To hear the show, click HERE.

1/2/05 Barbara and Marty Nemko help you create New Year'sresolutions you might actually keep. To hear the show, clickHERE.

2004

12/26/04 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, The MythsAbout Rich and Poor. To hear the show, click HERE.

12/19 Pilar Sanchez on what it's really like to run arestaurant. To hear the show, click HERE

12/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko doing career, relationship, andattitude makeovers on callers.To hear the show, click HERE:

12/5 Noam Chomsky. To hear the show, click HERE:

11/28 Howard Cutler, co-author with the Dalai Lama of the Art ofHappiness at Work. To hear the show, click HERE:

11/21 Sir Harold Evans, author of They Made America: From theSteam Engine to the Search Engine. To hear the show, click HERE.

11/14 Paul and Sarah Edwards, author of The Best Home Businessesfor People 50+. To hear the show, click HERE.

11/7 Barbara Nemko. The art of giving a good talk. To hear theshow, click HERE.

10/31 Sheila Ross on getting health insurance when you're notcovered by your employer and, have a preexisting condition. To hearthe show, click HERE.

10/24 Steven Rhoads, author of Taking Sex Differences Seriously.To hear the show, click HERE.

10/17 Jeff Taylor, founder and CEO of monster.com on the presentand future of job seeking. To hear the show, click HERE

10/10 Barbara and I argue about whether it's better to have amale or female boss. You can call in to weigh-in. To hear the show,click HERE.

10/3 Guy Kawasaki, early Apple evangelist, founder and presidentof Garage.com and author of The Art of the Start. To hear the show,click HERE.

9/26 Improving websites' seach engine placement: your own or asa career doing it for others.

9/19 Barbara and Marty Nemko: Reinventing High SchoolEducation

9/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko annoy each other.

9/5 The 48 Laws of Power

8/29 It was supposed to be Jeff Taylor, CEO of Monster.com buthe no-showed so I had to tap dance. I proposed my ideas for how toget rid of tolls and how to satisfy the Indians without theirgetting casinos in the Bay Area.

8/22 Craig Newmark, founder of Craig's List

8/15 Reid Hoffman, CEO of linkedin,.com and Bob Karr CEO oflinksv on the art of online networking.

8/8 Karen Leland, author of Customer Service for Dummies

8/1 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate callers' worklifequestions

7/25 Marty Nemko answers callers' worklife questions

7/18 Replay of Ed Conlon, author of Blue Blood: My life as a NewYork City cop

7/11 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the art of persuasion

7/4 Michael Scriven on the art and science of programevaluation

6/27 Ed Craine on what it's really like to be a mortgagebroker

6/20 Warren Farrell on men in the workplace

6/13 Laura Berman Fortgang, author of Now What? 90 Days to a NewLife

6/6 Barbara and Marty Nemko on the art of tact

5/30: David Hahklotubbe on running an eldercare facility

5/23 Ed Conlon, author of Blue Blood: My life as a New York Citycop

5/16 No guest. I answer callers' worklife questions.

5/9 Jim Rasenberger, author of High Steel: The daring men whobuilt the world's greatest skyline

5/2 Jim Camp, author of Start with No: The Negotiating tools thepros don't want you to know

4/25 Barbara Nemko will argue with me about somethingwork-related.

4/18 Beth Morris on what it's really like to be a nursepractitioner

4/11 Christine Peterson, president of the Foresight Institute,on the present and future of nanotechnology.

4/4 Replay of 3/21 show. It was good. Really.

3/28 Barbara Nemko and I offer solutions to career conundrumsthrough the lifespan: from 16 to 60+.

3/21 No guest. I answer callers' worklife questions.

3/14 Bob Rosner, author of Gray Matters

3/7 Martin Yate, author of Knock 'Em Dead.

2/29 Amy Hyams on what's it really like to be a doula?

2/22 TBA

2/15 Tim Johnston, author of Diary of a Job Search

2/8 Nancy Cherney on the case for and against work/lifebalance

2/1 Barbara Nemko on The First 90 Days: Starting a new jobright.

1/25 Elaine Aron, Author of The Highly Sensitive Person

1/18 Charles Murray, author of Human Accomplishment: The Pursuitof Excellence in Arts and Sciences, 800 BC to 1950.

1/11 Debate on Bush's Guest Worker Legalization Plan. Plus,David Lipsky: Author of Absolutely American: Four Years at WestPoint

1/4/2004 Psychologist Tara Fields on getting unstuck

2003

12/28 A rerun: How to give a great talk.

12/21 My.wife Dr. Barbara Nemko and I debate work issues.

12/14 Winners of a contest to find San Francisco's mostinnovative small businesses.

12/7 Ted Newill, author of "Sales Careers."

11/30 Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss (occasionally argue about)work issues.

11/23 Bernard Goldberg, author of "Bias" and his new book,"Arrogance: Rescuing America from the Media Elite."

11/16 My wife, Dr. Barbara Nemko, and I discuss (snipe at eachother?) about work issues.

11/9 Stanley Bing, author of "You Look Nice" on officepolitics.

11/2 Ben Braun, on what it's really like to be the basketballcoach for the University of California, Berkeley.

10/26 Rosalind Gardner on Affiliate Marketing on the Internet(or "How to Make Money While You Sleep")

10/19 Alan Dershowitz on the present and future of rights in theworkplace.

10/12 Overweight at work.

10/5 Carol Queen, co-founder, Good Vibrations, on what it's liketo run a sex toy store.

9/28/03 My wife, Dr. Barbara Nemko and I discuss (argue?) aboutthe book 50 Plus: Critical Career Decisions for the Rest of YourLife.

9/21/03 Jose Campos on what it's really like to be a cityplanner in San Francisco.

9/14/03 Bruce Schnier: Beyond Fear: Thinking Sensibly AboutSecurity in an Insecure World. (Wired Magazine called Schnier, "oneof the world's foremost security experts."

9/07/03 Barbara Nemko on 50+: Critical Career Decisions for theRest of Your Life.

8/31/03 David Lipsky, author of Absolutely American: Four Years at West Point

8/24/03 Matthew Lesko, author of Free GovernmentGrants.

8/17/03 Ron Lieber, author of Taking Time Off.

8/10/03 Nick Curtis, author of Working the Room, on how to give a great talk.

8/3/03 Napa County Superintendent of Schools (and my wife)Barbara Nemko on what it's really like to be a teacher.

7/27/03 Joe Anastazi, author of The New Forensics

7/20/03 What's It Really Like to be a Dentist, with top-ratedSan Francisco dentist, John Noren.

7/13/03 Jane Stern, author of Ambulance Girl

7/6/03 We were on vacation. Replay: Barbara and Marty argueabout a book, "From Good to Great."

6/29/03 Barbara and Marty Nemko on Advice We'd Give to NewGraduates.

6/22/03 Jim Griffith, author of The EBay Bible

6/15/03 Warren Farrell, author of Women Can't Hear What Men Don't Say. (Highlyrecommended book!)

6/8/03 Sustainable Businesses That Actually Make Money

6/1/03 Barbara and Marty Nemko argue.

5/25/03 Harold Bloom, author of Genius.

5/18/03 (Replay) Barbara and Marty Nemko on From Good to Great: How Some Organizations Make the Leap andOthers Don't.

5/11/03 What's it really ike to be an electrician?

5/4/03 Sharon Hays, author of Flat Broke With Children

4/27/03 What it's really like to be a physician: An interviewwith a panel of top-rated Bay Area doctors

4/20/03 (Replay): Anneli Rufus, author of A Party of One: The Loner's Manifesto.

4/13/03 Mike Marriner, author of Roadtrip Nation.

4/6/03 Barbara and Marty Nemko: Why work for corporateAmerica?

3/30/03 Michael Krasny, host of KQED-FM's Forum.

3/9/03 Anneli Rufus, author of A Party of One: The Loner's Manifesto.

3/2/03 Barbara and Marty Nemko on From Good to Great: How Some Organizations Make the Leap and OthersDon't.

2/23/03 Robert Dobrin on Selling on EBay

2/16/03 Roberta Johnson, author of Whistleblowing.

2/9/03 Diane Tracy, author of Take This Job and Love It. (a better book than thehokey title implies.)

2/2/03 Les Rosen on what employees and employers should knowabout background checks.

1/26/03 The India Syndrome: The Pros and Cons of shippng jobsoverseas.

1/19/03 Kathryn Troutman, author of Ten Steps to a Federal Job.

1/12/03 Fun part-time jobs

1/5/03 Making New Year's Resolutions You'll Actually Keep. Plushighly-suspect workplace predictions for 2003.

2002

Sundays, 11 am to noon on KALW, 91.7 FM, a National PublicRadio affiliate in San Francisco.

Here is a list of past topics, guests, and their books from theradio show. You can click on a book title to see more informationon that publication at Amazon.com.

12/22/02 Peadar Dalton: An Interesting Ex-Priest

12/15/02 Fran Quittel on What's Up in Silicon Valley?

12/8/02 UCLA Screenwriting Chair, Richard Walter: Straight TalkAbout Screenwriting

12/1/02 Anger at Work

11/24/02 Rob Palleschi, on what it's like to run a hotel?

11/17/02 Linda Chavez, author of An Unlikely Conservative.

11/03/02 Paidar Dalton, an unusual ex-priest

10/27/02 Drs. Brunno Ristow and Tim Marten on what's it reallylike to be a plastic surgeon?

10/20/02 A debate on the dockworkers dispute

10/13/92 Conquering procrastination

10/6/02 MacArthur Genius Award winner, Brian Tucker

9/29/02 What's it really like to be a chauffeur?

9/22/02 Free career help from the government

9/15/02 William McGowan, author of Coloring the News

9/8/02 Dr. Robert Markison on repetitive strain injury

9/1/02 Unsung workers, and Sheldon Michaels on what to do if youare about to be terminated.

8/25/02 William Bridges, author of The Way of Transition: Embracing Life's Most DifficultMoments

8/18/02 Paul and Sarah Edwards, authors of The Entrepreneurial Parent

8/11/02 George Koo on career opportunities in China.

8/4/02 Barbara and Marty Nemko debate work issue.

7/28/02 What's it really like to be a chauffeur?

7/21/02 Linda Mabry: on Race and Gender in the Workplace

7/14/02 Jeff Adams, author of Job Surfing in Media and Entertainment.

7/7/02 Barbara and Marty Nemko argue about work issues.

6/23\02 Jim Cramer, CNBC commentator and author of Confessionsof a Street Addict.

6/16/02 Father's Day Show: Eulogy to my Dad.

6/9/02 Kenn Wells, author of Floating Off the Page: The Best Stories from the Wall StreetJournal's Middle Column.

6/2/02 Our kids don't know history. Should we care?

5/26/02 What's it really like to be an auto mechanic?

5/19/02 How to fix the schools. (Transcript is atwww.martynemko.com/pub/articles/commwealth2.shtm.)

5/12/02 Dennis Damp, author of The Book of US Government Jobs.

5/5/02 (Replay): Higher Education: America's Most OverratedProduct, and a Blueprint for its Reinvention

4/28/02 Jason Pahlmeyer on what it's really like to own a Napawinery.

4/21/02 Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute.

4/14/02 Gerry Crispin & Mark Mehler, authors of Career XRoads: The Directory to Job, Resume, andCareer Management Sites on the Web..

4/7/02 Tim Sanders, Yahoo! Vice President of Solutions andauthor of Love is the Killer App.

3/31/02 Should it be harder to fire older employees?

3/24/02 Four non-starving artists and how they did it.

3/17/02 What it's really like to be in retail

3/10 Lew Hunter, author of Screenwriting 434, on writing the Great AmericanScreenplay

2/24 Steven Strauss, author of The Big Idea: How Business Innovators Get Great Ideas toMarket

2/17 Dr. Howard Leibgold on overcoming fears

2/10/02 Romance in the Workplace

2/3/02 Chip Bell, author of Managers as Mentors.

1/27/01 Miriam Weinstein: One woman's struggle to "make adifference" while affording to live in the Bay Area, and author ofthe book, Making a Difference College and Graduate Guide

1/20/02 TheWorld's Shortest Management Course. (The link takes you toan article I wrote with that title.)

1/13/02 KRON and KCBS film critic, Jan Wahl on what it's reallylike to be a film critic

1/6/02 Sharon Ellison, author of " Don't Be So Defensive: Taking the War Out of Our Words WithPowerful Non-Defensive Communication", and Marty discuss 3little-known keys to effective communication

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