You’re a bright, successful business executive making good money and managing a capable staff of accomplished professionals. You are successful beyond your wildest business school dreams. You’ve achieved much-yet something’s missing. On the surface, life is good-yet you feel tired, drained, frustrated, defeated. Intuitively, you know your life can and should be more fulfilling.
Katharine Graham, chairman of the executive committee of The Washington Post Company and the author of Personal History, a memoir for which she received the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Biography, died July 17 at age 84.
The composite highest-income practitioner reported in this field (salary plus cash bonus and/or cash profit-sharing) is the President “B” of a manufacturing firm (defined as a chief executive officer who has little or no financial interest in the firm). The firm manufactures automotive parts/accessories, food/beverage/tobacco products, chemical & allied products, or machinery & heavy equipment; … [Read more…]