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Pulling Back the Curtain on LA – A Great, Great, City

By David Harder on the June, 29, 2017

Last Friday, I had elective surgery at Cedars-Sinai and am recovering quite nicely. Everyone on that staff was world-class wonderful. In the evening, the phlebotomist came to visit. When she finished, I asked how long she had been with the hospital and quickly learned she is from Chicago and putting […]

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Do You Have Option Paralysis?

By David Harder on the May, 22, 2017

A few years ago, Stanford finished a study indicating the average professional doubles their knowledge every four years. They said “average.” What about today’s active learner? For those of us who open ourselves to growth, there is more under there every day. As we grow, if we do not update […]

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The Best Graduate Gift Ever

By David Harder on the May, 18, 2017

Graduating from school is one of the most important rites of passage in our lives. But don’t expect it to look like the past! Today’s average college graduate will change careers not jobs four to six times. In practical terms what does that mean for someone graduating today? First, the […]

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Will You Ever Overcome Fear?

By David Harder on the December, 5, 2016

In a culture fixated on security we have reinforced the myth that there is something fundamentally inadequate about us when we feel fear. If that is the case, we construct our lives around avoiding fear and as a result, the real and best opportunities don’t even reach our field of […]

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Two Life Changing Programs

By David Harder on the October, 31, 2016

One program has helped over 42,000 people transform their relationship towards work.   One program turns social networking into the biggest business development resource in your arsenal.   UPCOMING PROGRAMS   The Inspired Work Program   Saturday & Sunday, November 5 & 6 or December 3 & 4   The […]

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Why We Need to Go Back to School!

By David Harder on the September, 5, 2016

According to Cathy Sandeen, the Chancellor from University of Wisconsin, today’s average college graduate will change careers (not jobs) four to six times. There are other futurists who predict even more frequent transformation.     The new era of work is turning generations of rote cultural behaviors upside down. For […]

Growing Old Disgracefully

Growing Old Disgracfully

By David Harder on the August, 24, 2016

A few days ago, someone a few years younger than I blamed ageism for his unemployment. I responded quite strongly,   “Well of course you’re not getting a job because you are carrying around that energy.”   Resignation is about giving up and it is usually driven by the notion […]

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Why Didn’t You Become You?

By David Harder on the July, 18, 2016

There troublesome aspects of change. Many people believe they cannot change. Or, they are so afraid of changing themselves they won’t take meaningful action. Finally, many people want to change but they don’t know how.   These seeming dilemmas are natural as we lay to rest a world where all that […]

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Inspired Social Networking

By David Harder on the July, 8, 2016

Begins Tuesday, July 19 from 4-6 p.m. Followed by three weekly virtual sessions.   Inspired Social Networking represents a turning point in how most people use social networking. The program shows anyone how to build a community customized around the needs and expectations of your business, your career and your […]

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One Critical Way to Qualify Your CEO

By David Harder on the May, 30, 2016

I serve quite a few chief human resource officers. When we are in a career marketing search, I tend to get a little strident about in how important it is to qualify the boss – usually the CEO.   Here are a couple of central questions:   Has the CEO […]