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Office Productivity

Productivity Hacks: Review Your System

The following post on productivity first appeared on my blog at Guidant Financial. At the beginning of the year, I like to review the systems and procedures I’m using to see if there are ways I can improve

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Career Uncertainty

6 Steps to Embrace Career Uncertainty

Dealing with career uncertainty can be one of the toughest challenges we boomers must confront at this stage in our lives. We are all well aware of how reality has failed to conform to the rosy scenarios

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Virtual Small Business Tools

Building Virtual Teams for Your Small Business

Starting a small business can be a scary and lonely proposition — particularly if you’re emerging from a long career with a large organization and all of the resources that went along with it. But

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training boomers for the new economy

Training Boomers for Success in the New Economy

Our generation gets a bad rap for supposedly being behind the times and slow to learn. Experts, however, tell us that nothing can be further from the truth. Here is some advice and reassurance for boomers

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Starting a Small Business

Tips for Boomers on Starting their Small Business

Our baby boomer generation is at a crossroads. We were brought up to believe that if we got a good education, worked hard and stayed loyal, we would be rewarded with a continuous career and the opportunity

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Be a Better Leader and Avoid Getting Downsized

Boomers face the increasing perception that they are getting long in the tooth, and that younger managers are better prepared to lead project teams going forward. Yet the truth is that over 80% of corporate

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How To Prevent Failure For Boomers In an Uncertain World

Starting in the early 1990s, in the wake of the breakup of the Soviet Union, military strategists began to track and assess a geopolitical world with vastly different and challenging conditions. They distilled

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Why Boomers Make the Best Mentors

Being a good mentor not only makes sense from a pay-it-forward point of view, it also makes good business sense. Boomers have all the right ingredients to successfully mentor younger professionals to become

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Hired-Fired Glasses

Digital Natives & Anti-Boomer Discrimination

Are you a “Digital Native?” In recruiter-speak, according to journalist Vivian Giang, writing in Fortune, the term is no longer just a glib demographic reference to kids who grew up playing

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Boomer Careers: How to Survive the Next 20 Years 

In 2035, the youngest Boomers will be 71. The oldest among us will be 89. What is it going to be like to look back from that vantage point? Hopefully, most of us will have figured out how to keep working

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