The Doom Loop can help you if you are out of a job and are looking for work. The main principle to understand is as follows: Never take a job on top of a Doom Loop! Unless, of course, you have to. Then do it with your eyes […]
Nuclear attack submarines have exciting and sometimes dangerous adventures. And there are circumstances where the Doom Loop enters into the picture. An example is a nuclear attack submarine conducting surveillance on something (I won’t tell you what). The key group conducting the surveillance is called a “Fire Control […]
Employers should think about this . . . then DO IT! Consider the following: Employee boredom and frustration on the job is commonplace (comprising over 70% of the American Workforce); Admitting that he/she is bored on the job should not be a subject that is taboo for an […]
This morning I had the pleasure of visiting with Stu Taylor on his program, Stu Taylor on Business. Check it out.
Those who understand the language of the Doom Loop will immediately understand and know the answer. If you don’t, here’s a clue: • Q1 = You like what you are doing, but aren’t necessarily good at it; • Q2 = You like what you are doing and you […]
Individuals who are in jobs where they “go over the Doom Loop” into Q3 are “sitting ducks” for headhunters. As you know (or if you don’t you can find out on this site or in the book, “The Doom Loop,”) when you are in Q3, you have feelings […]
The recently published book, “The Doom Loop,” has been getting great reviews on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. Check it out.