Month: March 2011

Get The Career Activist Republic Today!

Get The Career Activist Republic Today! If you read only one book this year, this is the book you should read! The Career Activist Republic takes a frank, provocative, yet ultimately hope-filled look at America’s workplace in the 21st Century. It describes a new cross-generational class of Americans that is wresting control from their employers

The 4 Secrets to a Career Worth Having

What makes a career activist? What distinguishes such a person from other working men and women? And just as important, how is the way a career activist manages their own work experience in the 21st Century different from the way that employers managed the careers of their employees in the 20th Century? Over the next

Get The Career Activist Republic Today!

Get The Career Activist Republic Today! If you read only one book this year, this is the book you should read! The Career Activist Republic takes a frank, provocative, yet ultimately hope-filled look at America’s workplace in the 21st Century. It describes a new cross-generational class of Americans that is wresting control from their employers

The Career Activist Republic

The Career Activist Republic is not a political organization or an organized labor movement. It is an assembly as America’s Founding Fathers intended. And, like other assemblies—the Green Nation and the Red Sox Nation, for example—its membership is voluntary and shares a common outlook and sometimes, even a common vocabulary—just listen to the way Red

Learn the Truth About America’s Workplace

Learn the Truth About America’s Workplace Americans are now being subjected to a form of torture. Peter Weddle calls it “employment waterboarding.” Even as corporate profits are rebounding, jobs continue to drip, drip, drip out of the workplace. How can you protect yourself in such an environment? That’s the secret Peter reveals in The Career

Why Talent is Every Economist’s Nightmare

Talent is the Holden Caulfield of economics. It is every economist’s worst nightmare. Talent doesn’t follow the “rules” of marketplace manners. It doesn’t behave like a good little product or service. In fact, even if every working American suddenly discovered their talent and made it the centerpiece – even if the supply of talent increased