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How Can We Have So Much and Be So Soft?

How Can We Have So Much and Be So Soft?

By David Harder on the June, 29, 2019

I have always been able to have conversations with friends and family members with differing political views because we talk about the morals, values, and ethics that live above politics. You know, the ones that all of us used to remember as the ideals of the American spirit. We treasured […]


How I Found the Work I Was Born to Love

How I Found the Work I Was Born to Love

By David Harder on the June, 27, 2019

I was leading two lives. During the day, I was a staffing executive in Los Angeles and at night, I performed as a jazz pianist and composer at some of our town’s greatest venues. I kept this bone-crushing schedule because I wanted to live in Malibu until my ship, a […]


Finding Your Dream Job Part Four Question Your Way to Success Inspired Work Services

Finding Your Dream Job – Part 4 – Question Your Way to Success!

By David Harder on the June, 10, 2019

When we are focused on finding our dream job, we want to pull out all of the stops by increasing our probability at every stage of the pursuit including improving the quality of our research, understanding and respecting the interview personalities, and elevating our mindset in how we approach finding […]


Finding Your Dream Job Part Three The Four Gatekeepers Inspired Work Services

Finding Your Dream Job – Part 3 – Meet Your Gatekeepers!

By David Harder on the June, 10, 2019

There are 4 distinct personality types that show up in job interviews and sales calls. Here’s how to make the most out of your engagement: Understanding their different styles can spell the difference between moving forward or stopping dead in our tracks. The Director We’ve all run into them. The […]


What Einstein Taught Me About My Ass

What Einstein Taught Me About My Ass

By David Harder on the May, 19, 2019

There was a common presentation Albert Einstein made to students of physics. He would step towards the chalkboard and draw a circle. He’d command, “Let’s talk about our awareness of the universe and the nature of knowledge itself. Inside this circle is everything that we know.” He’d write the word […]


Does Your Tribe Own You or Support You?

Does Your Tribe Own You or Support You?

By David Harder on the May, 1, 2019

“The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other’s life.       – Richard Bach   Over the years, we have helped thousands of people define their best professional options, the work they were born to do, as well as […]


Politics? How Business Has Transformed Civil Rights!

Politics? How Business Has Transformed Civil Rights!

By David Harder on the April, 29, 2019

The culture of outrage has always been with us. Today, we are more aware of it due to the immediacy of social media. The biggest problem about the practice of outrage is that it detours us from making positive change, especially in our own lives and the people we touch. […]


Wedding Bells for Underemployment & Employee Disengagement

Wedding Bells for Underemployment & Employee Disengagement!

By David Harder on the April, 22, 2019

It is quite possibly the biggest wedding of all time. Millions are coming.   Have you joined the registry?   Our country is in the midst of the largest restructuring of work since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The growing disappearance of task work is creating a crisis of […]


Where is Your High Road?

By David Harder on the April, 3, 2019

Defining and finding the work that is most meaningful to us is one of the greatest ways to lead a richly rewarding life.   For the last 28 years, my company has orchestrated the success of thousands of individuals in stepping into uniquely personalized careers. We have also helped a […]


3 Lies About Work That Threaten Our Democracy

3 Lies About Work That Threaten Our Democracy

By David Harder on the March, 28, 2019

Many of my readers are exhausted by the turmoil that is taking place in America.   For a while, I’ve asserted the underlying cause is not political. Our current political divisiveness is but a symptom of our nation’s relationship towards work.   Relevance is the purpose of democracy, where every […]


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