Most people want their work to matter–to make a difference in their own life and the life of others.  But too often, instead of being a source of meaning and joy, work turns out to be a hardship, and the work place becomes a source of unhappiness. People drop by  our  gallery, talk about art, their life, their kids and their work.  Sometimes they complain.  I used to say “well why don’t you do this”, or  “why don’t you talk…

You’ve made it past the resume screen.  Now it’s time for the interview. Throw your nervousness away before you go into the room and enjoy the interview. It’s a chance for you to learn more about the employer and a chance for them to know more about you. Remember, the interviewer  wants to do one of two things: 1. Have a reason to reject you. 2. Have a reason to accept you. Here are 5 things to say to  the…