Do you have a vexing question about your personal or professional life that would benefit from an expert’s perspective and sage advice? Have you ever thought you would benefit from having an expert at your fingertips to help you solve life’s complicating questions? Now you can!
Visit our “Ask the Experts” page to read what others are asking our panel of experts, from sticky workplace situations to making financial preparations in anticipation of a job transition.
To submit a question, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor’s Note: It is our policy to publish your first name and the city in which you live. All other identifying information will be kept confidential. We will publish as many questions as possible, but due to the large volume of submissions, we regret that we are unable to respond to all inquiries.
GO TO A MILLION DILEMMAS>>
Are you stuck in a rut, with an unclear future ahead of you? Or, do you know what you want, but you have absolutely no idea how to get yourself there? If so, you are certainly not alone!
Each month, our popular “A Million Dilemmas” feature profiles a reader who is stuck at a fork in the road, either personally or professionally, by choice or by circumstance.
Being the good people that we are, and because we know all too well how un-fun it is to be stuck in a rut (not to mention stressful, disspiriting and confusing), we select a loyal reader each month and match him or her up with a professional expert who will help our reader identify three distinct paths to take to get “unstuck.” In the spirit of “Let’s Make a Deal,” our reader will select one of the pathways and will allow us to tag along on the journey toward contentment and happiness.
As these things take time, please stay tuned for our first profile, appearing on Tripping on the Ladder in November.
In the meantime, if you would benefit from some help getting unstuck and would like to be profiled in a future installment of “A Million Dilemmas,” send us an e-mail at email@example.com. Please put “A Million Dilemmas” in the subject line of your e-mail, and don’t forget to include your contact information so we can find you when we ‘re ready for you.
Editor’s Note: We want to help as many readers as possible, but due to the large volume of submissions and the time involved in this pathway development process, we regret that we are unable to respond to all inquiries.