Without Richard Bolles, I might have had a lackluster career.
In the late 1970s, I read his breakthrough career guide "What Color Is Your Parachute?" I followed the advice.
Within six weeks I made leap from non-profit to the private sector and more than doubled my yearly salary. In addition, I had a country club membership.
What some might not know about "What Color Is Your Parachute?" is that it was originally self-published. Bolles knocked it out to help unemployed Protestant ministers find jobs. Later, of course, it caught fire and there have been annual editions.
Last week, Bolles died at age 90. Likely he is helping St. Peter set up an outplacement center for angels tired of being good. Those winged creatures notice that on earth the in crowd, both in real life and television, are highly flawed. Like them, they want to be a hot mess.
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