Finding Right Work… at Any Age!

Robert Mondavi would have celebrated his 100th birthday last week. His name now is synonymous with fine wine. But it was not always that way.

Robert Mondavi was 52 years old when he was unceremoniously ejected from his family’s wine business. He had been placed on a terminal “leave of absence.” Differences, seemingly irreconcilable, had built walls between family members, between their philosophies of life and business

Mondavi had never looked for a job before. In fact, he had never even thought about a career as being anything other than carrying on the business his father had built.

It’s hard to believe now, but at the time Mondavi was facing his mid-career crisis people in America, if they ever drank wine at all, drank jug wine. Beer and whiskey were the alcohols consumed in America. There was no such thing as fine wine-making… or drinking. Mondavi, relatively late in his career, changed all that to introduce Americans to fine wine. The rest is history!

Read full article in Finding Right Work… at Any Age! HuffPost June 25, 2013

What Is Your Right Work?

Why is unemployment still so high?

Where are all the jobs and why aren’t they coming back?

Why are so many people, ” looking for jobs in all the wrong places”?

The Sunday New York Times of May 17, 2013 included an enthusiastic readers response to Jared Bernstien’s query (Op-Ed, May 3) entitled “Where Have All the Jobs Gone?

Per Mr. Bernstein’s article, the jobless rate is still at 7.5 percent, with 11.7 million people looking for work, including 4.4 million who have been out of work for at least half a year. About eight million more were said to be “stuck” in underemployment as part-time workers who needed full time employment. Reader response was incredibly thoughtful relative to “An Economy in Transition” and there…

is where we begin our story…

Read full story in What is Your Right Work? Huffington Post June 5, 2013