It's important to realize that Programmers is not a general career advice site, and a question isn't automatically on-topic merely because a programmer asked it.
Stack Exchange works because each site caters to a specific group of experts: on Gaming.SE, it's gamers. On Server Fault, it's sysadmins. On Cooking.SE, it's cooks. The value in asking a question on that site is that you'll be getting the expertise of the target audience.
But this is not a one-way proposition, it's a social contract. The reason there are a set of experts there at all is because an SE site doesn't allow every question to be on-topic: the only questions that are on-topic are the ones that are actually benefited by getting answers from the expert audience, in fact the questions that could only be answered by the expert audience.
There are tons and tons and tons and tons of questions that a programmer might face in their career that happen in every other career too. They don't require a programmer to answer them, and programmers aren't in a special position to answer them better than anyone else.
In many cases, a programmer is in a worse position to answer them than the appropriate expert, and when you ask a question, the answers you receive aren't actually expert answers, they're just opinions or guesses. And that's when SE starts to lose its value: if any answer will do, regardless of whether the person answering is qualified to answer it, there are a host of other sites on the internet for that. I'd suggest Yahoo! Answers, but Quora will do too.
But if you're looking for expert answers from programmers, your question should have the proper scope:
If it can be applied to anyone, regardless of profession (what to do when you're bored), it's not on-topic here. If it's not about the business of being a programmer (how do I get into project management), it's not on-topic here.
Where would those questions be on-topic?
For the question about how to get into project management, you might want to check with our sister-site, Project Management.SE. However, being a general question, I wouldn't be surprised if it's already been asked and answered there.
For the question about what to do when you're bored: I'm not sure you're going to find anywhere on the Stack Exchange network, or any proposal for a SE site, where such a question would be welcome. There is no expert answer on what to do when you're bored: perhaps the only advice that's even useful is to find something to do that's interesting.