In this insightful episode of "Ask Altucher," James delves into a pivotal query from a recent college graduate, seeking wisdom on navigating life and career paths in the uncertain times of early adulthood. James provides comforting advice, stating it's normal not to have it all figured out in your early twenties, and emphasizes the value of embracing experiences and increasing the surface area of luck.Reflecting on his journey from being a grad student in computer science to embracing varied roles like a stand-up comedian, a hedge fund manager, a podcast host, and a father, James shares the significance of saying 'yes' to experiences and following one's curiosity. He suggests that rather than hoarding savings, spending on life experiences can yield greater dividends in personal growth and happiness in the long run.This episode is filled with rich anecdotes from James's diverse experiences. It is a treasure trove of advice for anyone standing at the crossroads of life, pondering over career and existential dilemmas. James encourages listeners to explore their curiosities, learn continuously, and adapt, providing a roadmap for a fulfilling life laden with diverse experiences and learnings.Key Points:It's normal not to know your life path in your early twenties, and it's essential to remain open to evolving and adapting.Embrace various experiences and say 'yes' more often to increase the surface area of your luck.Rather than focusing solely on savings, invest in experiences that contribute to personal growth and happiness.Following your curiosities and passions can lead to a more fulfilling and enriched life.James's journey is a testament to the importance of staying versatile, learning continuously, and embracing life with open arms.----------What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book, Skip the Line, is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
In episode #91 of the 2B Bolder Podcast, Christine Kidder Graves is our guest. She delves into her career transitions, her insights on HR practices, the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship, and much more. Here's a sneak peek of what to expect:Christine's perspective on what it means to be "2B Bolder."The evolution of her career from financial analysis to HR leadership.The motivation behind establishing her own company and the journey since.A deep dive into the services offered by CHRISTINE C. KIDDER & ASSOCIATES.Christine's take on differentiating in the crowded market of career coaching.The significance of mindset in achieving success.Christine's invaluable advice on job hunting, career pivoting, negotiation, and resume building.And, of course, our rapid-fire segment to get to know Christine's personal preferences!Whether you're contemplating a career pivot, seeking insights on HR practices, or simply looking for inspiration from a woman who's been there and done that, this episode is a must-listen!Tune in now to hear Christine's story, her insights, and her advice for those looking to make bold moves in their careers.Resources:Christine Kidder Graves on LinkedInlinktr.ee/Christineckidder (Other)youtube.com/channel/UCp7EvHyPM_IFgTuULNVqGlg (Other)christineckidder.com/#comp-kl11ux10 (Other)The 2B Bolder Podcast provides first-hand access to some amazing women. Guests will include women from leading enterprise companies to startups, women execs, coders, account execs, engineers, doctors, and innovators.Support the show
Lars Raymond joined me to share essential pieces of advice he has learned in his entrepreneurial journey. We talked about mindset traps and points of focus to be better at the game. Lars: https://www.instagram.com/larsraymond/
Many of my listeners don't know this, but I went to a private Catholic school until 8th grade before transitioning to a public high school. I had what I like to call “Catholic school RtI”, where I got extra reading help with Sister Marie (and it paid off!).I've focused a lot of my content on issues impacting the public schools, so when I connected with Tom Conroy, a Catholic school principal, I thought he'd bring an interesting perspective to the show; especially because I know that many of my listeners may be working with students who attend private schools. Tom Conroy is currently the principal of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School in Verona, NJ. He retired from public school after 30 years and dove into the world of Catholic Education. Tom has held both teaching and administrative positions on the elementary, middle, high school, and district levels. Tom served for eight years on the New Jersey Principal and Supervisor Association/Foundation for Education Administration (NJPSA/FEA) Leadership Academy Development and Presentation Teams. Tom completed both his undergraduate and graduate work at Montclair State University.We start out by discussing some differences in private vs. public education; but transition to talking about topics that will be useful regardless of what K-12 setting you're in. In this episode, we discuss:✅Do private schools have more resources and support than public schools? ✅Why a school curriculum should be a living document and tool for communication (and not a scripted program).✅How to reform curriculum in a way that builds a culture of autonomy and how to create alignment across grade levels, buildings, and disciplines (including related service providers).✅The inner workings of successful professional learning communities (and why they help eliminate unproductive staff meetings).✅How to maintain a high level of rigor in standards and assessment protocols, without “teaching to the test” and overemphasizing standardized tools. In this episode, I mentioned the Time Tracking Journal, a strategy for improving time-management, future planning, and executive functioning during daily tasks like academic assignments or daily routines. You can learn more about the Time Tracking Journal here (https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/timejournal). You can connect with Tom on LinkedIn here(https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-conroy-0ab187b0/), or connect with him on the My Lady of the Lake website here (https://myoll.org/faculty-and-staff).
This week, Brianna and Taylor discuss another controversial topic. Should candidates be expected to explain gaps in their resumes? As always, they share their perspectives and experiences, emphasizing the importance of transparency and controlling your narrative regarding employment gaps. They urge candidates to use the time to showcase their transferable skills gained during that time.Give this episode a listen, and share it with someone who needs help explaining their employment gap.Apply for the last live interactive The Millionaire Recruiter Program: https://talentperch.typeform.com/to/jfIh6qc0We want to hear from you! Connect with us on Instagram at @talent_takeover_unfilteredTo watch this episode, visit The Millionaire Recruiter YouTube channel https://youtu.be/VWxIfstJGt4Shop Talent Takeover Unfiltered merch: https://shop.thriversity.io/collections/talent-takeover-unfiltered-merch
It's our 100th Episode of the Second Act Success Career Podcast! Today host, Shannon Russell, walks us through the past 100 episodes of career change motivation. She also goes into why she launched this podcast and how she wishes she had had this support when she left her television career to start a small business. The mission of this podcast is to show others what is out there, while motivating each listener to take a leap into a "second act" transition that will change their career and life for the better. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any episodes!Listen to more of the Second Act Success Career Podcast at https://secondactsuccess.co/podcast.------TAKE THE QUIZ!Is Now The Right Time To Change Careers? Take the Quiz! https://secondactsuccess.co/quizBook a FREE Discovery Call with host/career coach Shannon Russell - https://www.calendly.com/second-act-success/coaching-strategyBe a Guest For an On-Air Coaching Episode of the Podcast -https://airtable.com/shr3X7F3kHTi28G8ULET'S CONNECT!Instagram - https://instagram.com/secondactsuccessFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.coTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@secondactsuccessAll the latest - https://secondactsuccess.co/links REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364 JOIN THE NEWSLETTER:https://secondactsuccess.co Career Coaching with Shannon Russell - https://secondactsuccess.co/coaching
Ep #197: How to Create More Meaning in Your CareerLet's be real. Even when we're showing up as our most strategic, powerful, corporate badass selves…our work can still feel a little empty sometimes, right? I've had women come to one of my coaching calls in tears because they just realized they've spent years pouring their heart and soul into a career they didn't love…only to be completely thriving and fulfilled a few months later. The difference? Meaning and purpose. In this episode of Women Changing Leadership with Stacy Mayer, I'll share two ways my clients and I have created a tremendous amount of meaning and purpose in our careers.Are you ready to be promoted? Take this free quiz and find out. You could be closer than you think (or not).
"When you're aligned on vision, values and strategic direction, you can achieve anything…”In this week's bite-sized startup mentorship episode, we're joined by Charlene Chen, JBM Board Advisor, COO of AZA Finance and Co-Founder of Operations Nation. Charlene is not only a brilliant COO, but also happens to be our very first 40 Minute Mentor guest, back when we started the podcast in 2019. In today's episode, you'll learn more about: ➡️ Charlene's squiggly career to COO [01:06] ➡️ A full overview of the COO role [03:27] ➡️ The evolution and expansion of the COO role [07:05] ➡️ The essential skills any COO needs [09:26] ➡️ Making the leap from Head of Ops to COO [14:04] ➡️ Common challenges COOs face [16:16] ➡️ Building effective relationships across the C-Suite [22:13] ➡️ Resources any aspiring COO should check out [26:20] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Charlene: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlenechen/➡️ Find out more about Operations Nation: https://operationsnation.com/➡️ Check out this year's Ops Fest: https://operationsnation.com/events/international-ops-fest ➡️ Secure your seat at the annual cONference: https://lu.ma/cONference2023 ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
In this episode of "The Power Of Owning Your Career Podcast," Simone welcomes an inspiring guest, Rumee Singh, Co-Founder of Rahat/Rumsan, a UNICEF Innovation Fund portfolio startup. Rumee shares her journey from growing up in Nepal to making her mark in the United States and then returning to Nepal to make a positive impact there. She emphasizes the importance of being present in career decisions, and to take stock of your passion and what you are good at and find a common ground. Rumee's self-awareness and authenticity shine through as she shares tips on how she has successfully navigated her career path. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking inspiration and guidance on how to own their career path while making a meaningful impact. You can connect with Rumme on LinkedIn. ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
In this episode, Host Paola Soares speaks with Chelsi Jo is the host of the top podcast Systemize Your Life with over 2 million downloads, a top ten ranking podcast in her category with over 350 episodes.. Chelsi Jo helps moms and business owners go from overwhelmed to organized with systems through her time and task management systems… Whether you are a work from home mom that feels like chaos at home bleeds into your Business hours and productivity or just needs the home systems aspect of it or the business systems of it, Chelsi Jo can help ... .Her course has helped hundreds of women gain control of their time and life… In this interview what it means to systemize your life and why it's crucial, how creating systems is beneficial both at home and in your business, and the top mistakes you see work from home mom or business owners make when it comes to time management… this and so much more… Systemize your life BFSF Affiliate Link: https://butfirstshefailed--chelsijo.thrivecart.com/sylvip/ Systemize your biz BFSF Affiliate Link: https://butfirstshefailed--chelsijo.thrivecart.com/sylvip/635c3cd37072c/ Connect with Chelsi Jo: Instagram:Let's Connect: @chelsijo Free Quiz: https://chelsijo.co/system Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Paolasoares.com Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community Email me: Paola@Butfirstshefailed.com
If kids haven't developed certain academic skills by a certain age, their ability to advance in their education diminishes. This means the opportunities they have in adulthood decreases. As I've been talking with different curriculum experts and school leaders, many of them have shared that closing academic skill gaps is an important part of addressing equity issues. Kids need to learn the skills that will enable them to advance in their education because it can substantially expand their career options in the future. I wanted to dive into this topic a bit further, so that's why I invited Dr. Joseph Williams, III to episode 128 of the De Facto Leaders podcast. Dr. Joseph Williams III is a dedicated and accomplished school leader, currently serving as the principal of Franklin High School in Seattle, Washington. With over 25 years of experience in PreK-12 education, he has made a significant impact in various roles throughout his career. Dr. Williams began his journey in education as a special education and social studies teacher, gaining valuable insights and honing his teaching skills for a decade. His passion for helping students with diverse needs led him to pursue leadership positions. Over the course of 13 years, he served as an assistant principal and principal, bringing his expertise and dedication to elementary and secondary schools.As an African American school leader, Dr. Williams is deeply passionate about equity and access in K-12 education. Dr. Williams understands firsthand the importance of turnaround school leadership and the transformative power of K-12 education to ensure that no student's race, identity, gender, economic status, or zip code limits their potential. Growing up as the second oldest among six siblings, Dr. Williams experienced the challenges of relying on public assistance in Kansas City, Missouri. This background has fueled his unwavering belief that all children, regardless of their socioeconomic background, deserve a quality education and the opportunity to build fulfilling lives.His personal journey is a testament to the belief that every child can achieve academic success and lead extraordinary lives.In this interview, he shares how having positive role models in the early years has shaped the trajectory of his life, and how he's used it in his work in inner city schools.We also discuss the importance of closing academic gaps in the early elementary years, and why this has such a huge impact on equity and access to education in the later years.Dr. Williams has an amazing story and I'm so excited to share this conversation with you.In this episode, I mentioned the Time Tracking Journal, a strategy for improving time-management, future planning, and executive functioning during daily tasks like academic assignments or daily routines. You can learn more about the Time Tracking Journal here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/timejournal). You can connect with Dr. Joseph Williams, III on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjwilliamsiii/ ), and you can get more information about his book “Mama put us first” here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/everyone-has-book-within-them-joseph-williams-iii-ed-d-/ Listen to his podcast, the My K-12 Career Show here on the Elevating K-12 Education newsletter: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/elevating-k12-education-6940938756417863680/
"There's some horrible sacrifices in the first few years to get it to a place where it's got to survive..."Today's 40 Minute Mentor epitomises what it means to be Tech for Good. We're joined by Sanjay Lobo MBE, the Founder & CEO of OnHand - the all-in-one tool to engage your team in volunteering and environmental action. Dubbed the ‘Uber of volunteering', OnHand lets employees learn and take action on the issues that matter. You may even recognise Sanjay from his recent appearance on BBC's Dragons' Den, where he successfully secured investment from FOUR dragons. Here's what we talk about in today's episode:➡️ Finding his path to entrepreneurship [04:02]➡️ Moving from law into tech [06:58]➡️ How Parkinson's disease became Chapter 1 of the OnHand story [11:05]➡️ Engaging employees in volunteering and environmental action [13:45]➡️ The significance of a great team in a scaling business [15:08]➡️ Managing stress and pressures as a Founder [16:38]➡️ Business benefits of company-wide volunteering opportunities [22:08]➡️ Advert: More about JBM [25:36] ➡️ A Behind the Scenes look at Dragons' Den [27:10]➡️ Working with the Dragons after the show [29:31]➡️ Advice for other Founders looking to get on Dragons' Den [31:13] ➡️ Dealing with increased media attention [32:29] ➡️ Applying to OnHand [35:10] ➡️ Audience Question: Advice for anyone starting their volunteering journey [38:51]⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Sanjay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanjaylobo/➡️ Find out more about OnHand: https://www.beonhand.co.uk/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Kevin “Mr407Kevin” Deane is a standup comedian local to the Orlando, Florida area. Most popular for his “dating in Central Florida” series, he joined me to tell me what it's like doing so. He gave me some deep insights into the mind of a standup comedian, the work behind it, and the business of making a career out of it. He broke down some of the issues in the world of standup right now, the mentality behind being successful with it, and more. Guest: Kevin Deane https://www.instagram.com/mr407kevin/ https://mr407kevin.com/ Host: Brody Vinson https://linktr.ee/brodyvinson https://firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.instagram.com/brodyvinson.io/
⚠️ Content Warning: This episode contains topics of mental health and suicide attempts, that may be harmful or traumatising to some audiences. If you're affected by any of the topics discussed, please make sure you reach out to the helplines listed below. ⚠️ Suicide is a major public health problem, with far-reaching social, emotional and economic consequences. According to the World Health Organisation, there are currently more than 700,000 suicides per year worldwide. Following yesterday's World Suicide Prevention Day and to play our part in breaking the perceived taboo of speaking about suicide, we're releasing this special episode with clips from our conversation with Clarke Carlisle. Clarke is a former professional footballer, mental health advocate and ambassador for the mental health charity Mind. He has had an illustrious football career, having played for a number of top clubs, including Leeds United, Watford and Burnley, and winning three caps for England under 21s. Alongside all of this success, however, Clarke also had to deal with plenty of hardship, including serious injuries, his battle with depression and attempted suicide. In today's episode, Clarke shares more about his own experience with depression and suicide and his advice for anyone struggling with their mental health. ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Tune into the full episode with Clarke here: https://jbmc.co.uk/insights/40-minute-mentor/from-the-premier-league-to-mental-health-advocate-with-clarke-carlisle/➡️ More about the work Clarke and Carrie are doing: https://www.clarkeandcarrie.com/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
I am delighted to be back with you, my friends, after our summer break! Our brief hiatus during the summer months was time well spent, as I devoted my energies to nurturing the Women of Wonder community. Today's episode holds a special place in my heart! It stems from a question I posed on Instagram a few months ago about career guidance. Even though my post was intended for general advice, the very first query I received was related to mental health. Given my expertise in that area I decided to tackle this topic personally. I did some extra research to deepen my understanding and extend my knowledge beyond my home state for a broader perspective. For those on the path or considering a career in mental health, I am thrilled to engage in this discussion with you and share a glimpse into my personal journey with its twists and turns in the hope of inspiring you to believe that it is never too late to pursue your dream career. I provide practical guidance, especially for those interested in private practice, and discuss the steps to reach that stage. Beyond the specifics, I also explore the broader aspects of choosing a career in mental health. If mental health is not your career interest, this episode may not be for you, but please share it with those who might benefit. What Do You Want to Do After Graduation? Before pursuing a career in mental health, it's crucial to ask yourself what you envision doing once you complete your education. Your career goals will significantly influence the path you choose. Whether you aim to work in private practice, schools, social programs, or community centers, your desired outcome will guide your decisions. What Do You Want to Learn in Your Program? The second vital consideration is the content of your educational program. The courses and curriculum should align with your interests and career goals. For example, if you are interested in clinical work, you will want a program focusing on psychology, counseling, and developing essential therapeutic skills. Ensure the program you choose matches what you want to learn. What License Do You Need? Licensing requirements can vary widely depending on your location and career aspirations. To work independently in a clinical setting or private practice, you will typically need a Master's degree in counseling or social work. The type of license you pursue- whether it is in counseling, social work, marriage and family therapy, or another related field- must align with your career goals. Understanding the specific licensing process for your chosen field is crucial. The process often includes passing exams, completing supervised hours, and obtaining provisional licenses before achieving full licensure. 3 Key Factors Before embarking on a career in mental health, consider your ultimate career goals, the content of your educational program, and the specific licensing requirements for your chosen field. These three key factors will help you make informed decisions and navigate your path to a fulfilling career in mental health. Education and Early Career Steps Upon completing a Master's degree in a mental health-related field, the next step is to pursue licensure. This journey often begins with entry-level positions. I worked at a domestic violence agency and served as an advocate in court for survivors of sexual and domestic violence to get social work experience. Engaging in one-on-one counseling with supervision can also be instrumental in building your expertise. Some positions may offer supervision as part of the compensation, which can be advantageous. Accumulating Supervised Hours Gaining clinical experience and supervised hours is essential for licensure. I worked simultaneously at a domestic violence agency and a group practice to accumulate hours. My goal was to maximize clinical hours and work toward licensure efficiently. Seeking employment with supervision included can be financially advantageous and help you achieve licensure sooner. Pursuing Doctoral Education While pursuing licensure, some individuals opt for doctoral education. I initially enrolled in a Ph.D. program focused on human behavior but switched to a Psy.D. program focusing on clinical courses over research and statistics. Doctoral programs offer specialized knowledge, and choosing one aligned with your career goals is crucial. Licensure Path Choices After completing a doctoral degree, you may have the option to pursue additional supervised clinical work to obtain a psychology license. However, this route may be time-consuming and require working for free or paying for supervision. Choosing to pursue licensure should align with your career goals and financial considerations. Some mental health professionals decide not to pursue licensure and their degrees are still valuable in their practices. Transitioning to Private Practice Many mental health professionals aspire to open a private practice. However, graduate programs often lack comprehensive business training. Therefore, you may need additional education or mentorship in entrepreneurship and business management to establish and manage a successful private practice. Self-Assessment and Decision-Making Throughout your career journey, it is essential to reflect continually on your goals and desires. Ask yourself what you want to achieve, what you want to learn, and which license or credentials align with your career aspirations. Researching state licensure requirements and staying informed about evolving regulations is essential. Resources and Reading Recommendations For those pursuing careers in mental health or anyone interested in gaining insights into the field, several books provide valuable knowledge and perspectives: The Gift of Therapy by Irvin Yalom: Essays offering insights into the therapist's experience and boosting confidence. Letters to a Young Therapist by Mary Pipher: A must-read for therapists, offering guidance and reassurance. Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl: Explores human resilience and the search for meaning in life. An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfield Jamison: A personal story of living with mental illness and pursuing a career in mental health. Emotional Inheritance: A Therapist, Her Patients, and the Legacy of Trauma by Galit Atlas: Explores trauma and its intergenerational impact. The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog by Dr. Bruce Perry: Chronicles stories of resilience and survival in the face of unimaginable trauma. My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem: Explores trauma, racial trauma, and resilience. The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity by Nadine Burke Harris: Discusses childhood adversity and its lifelong impact on health. These books offer valuable insights, whether you are pursuing a career in mental health or simply interested in human behavior and resilience. A Dynamic Process The journey from education to practice in the mental health field is a dynamic process that requires ongoing self-assessment, reflection, and alignment with personal and professional goals. 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Episode 184 - Welcome back! CS Radio begins its 9th season with a ton of updates - from career fairs beginning (both in-person and virtual!) to recruiting notes and, of course, the BRAND-NEW PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOT BOOTH! Come in, get a (free!) headshot, and learn more about everything Career Services can do for you!PHOTO BOOTH LEARN MORE:https://careerservices.upenn.edu/resources/free-professional-headshots-in-the-career-services-photo-booth/
In this episode of the Arc Junkies Podcast, Jason Becker interviews Terese Ricard, a former Spanish teacher who made the bold decision to transition to welding as her second career. Terese shares her journey and the valuable lessons she learned along the way, providing inspiration and guidance for career changers interested in pursuing welding.,Terese's story resonates with individuals who are considering a career change or starting something new later in life. She emphasizes that it's never too late to learn and follow your passion. Terese's positive outlook and determination to succeed in welding serve as a reminder that taking risks can lead to personal growth and fulfillment. By sharing her experience of securing scholarships and grants to cover the costs of welding school, Terese offers practical advice for those facing financial challenges. Her insights on the importance of having a plan, exploring scholarship opportunities, and ensuring marketable skills are invaluable for anyone considering a vocational training program. If you're looking for inspiration and guidance on transitioning to a new career, especially in the field of welding, this episode is a must-listen. Terese's story proves that with courage, determination, and a willingness to take risks, anyone can find success and fulfillment in a second career. Fabricator Olympics https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fabricator-olympics-2023-tickets-606134995087 Arc Junkies Podcast: Instagram: @Arcjunkiespodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@arcjunkiespodcast9253 Email: Show@arcjunkies.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-becker-45407b72?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_contact_details%3BKipEwR3uQXCmCjaEfNzo6w%3D%3D Arc Junkies Website: https://arcjunkies.com Arc junkies Merch: https://shop.threadmob.com/arcjunkie/shop/home Underground Metal Works: https://www.underground-metalworks.com/ Vyperfest Tickets https://www.vyperfest.com/ Friends of the Show: Rockmount Research and Alloys, Inc. Rockmountwelding.com Instagram: @Rockmountwelding Use ARCJUNKIES10 for 10% off all Abrasives and Consumables Use AJP at checkout to get 1lb. of Tartan AAA when you spend $250 on Rockmount Products. Outlaw Leather LLC Outlawleather.com Instagram: @outlawleatherusa Use ARCJUNKIES for 15% off all in-stock leather goods Fronius USA https://www.fronius.com/en/sustainability Everlast Welders Instagram: @everlastwelders YouTube: Everlast Welders Online: https://bit.ly/37xJstI Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout to get upgraded to a free Nova Foot Pedal and TIG Torch with the purchase of any machine that comes with a stock foot pedal and TIG Torch. Strong Hand Tools Stronghandtool.com/arcjunkies Instagram @Strong_hand_tools ISOTUNES: Instagram: @isotunesaudio Online: https://bit.ly/36s7aFj Use ARCJUNKIES10 at checkout and save $10 on your purchase Scholarships & Grants AWS Welder Training Scholarship https://www.aws.org/foundation/page/home Nuts Bolts and Thingamajigs Scholarship https://www.nutsandboltsfoundation.org/scholarships Mike Rowe Works Foundation https://mikeroweworks.org/scholarship/
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In Season 11, Episode 3 of "The Power Of Owning Your Career" podcast, Simone's special guest is Lisa Csencsits, Director, Human Resource, Leadership and DEI Professional Programs for The Scheinman Institute at Cornell University, ILR. In this enlightening episode, Lisa shares her career journey and the invaluable investment she made in her own education. She emphasizes the critical importance of aligning career choices with your priorities, underlining the idea that your professional path should resonate with what truly matters to you. She has learned how to say "yes" and "no" in her career choices. She shares insight into the strategies she employed to manifest her dream job, turning her aspirations into reality. Moreover, the episode explores the intriguing topic of approaching career risk, shedding light on the strategies and mindset required to navigate it successfully. You can connect with Lisa on LinkedIn or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to listen to each new episode on Sunday mornings. ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
On today's episode, I'm sharing a 2018 conversation with Beth Comstock, a business powerhouse and author. We delve into the emotional challenges Beth faced while writing her personal book and explore the importance of self-awareness and accountability. Beth also shares the career-changing advice she received from Diane Sawyer, offering a unique perspective on storytelling and professional growth. We briefly discuss the hurdles mothers face when re-entering the workforce and touch on the power of a good reputation. Whether you're climbing the corporate ladder or just looking for personal development tips, this episode has something for everyone. Don't miss out on this engaging and insightful conversation. My website: www.garyvaynerchuk.comCheck out my contemporary entertainment company: veefriends.comTweet Me! @garyveeText Me! 212-931-5731My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter
I'm excited to share episode 127 of De Facto Leaders about a common debate for therapists and teachers:“Is it worth it to get a doctorate?”In this wide-ranging conversation with my colleague Dr. Christy Borders, we discuss ways to build language skills in students with hearing loss, as well as how to decide if it's time to take the leap and get your doctorate. The backstory of this conversation is that I recorded it back when I didn't have a podcast thinking, “Maybe one day I'll launch a podcast and be able to use this as an episode”. That's exactly what I did! Since I've been getting so many comments and questions lately from people wondering if a doctorate is the right choice for them, I wanted to share it on the show!The first part of the conversation, Dr. Borders shares the first stage of her career as a teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing population; and why she decided it was time to take the leap to higher ed, even though she loved her job. We get into the discussion about making the decision to get a doctorate in the second half of the conversation. Here's the run-down of what we cover in this conversation:When you listen to this interview, you'll learn: ✅How the Deaf and Hard of Hearing population learns to read, write, and speak. ✅The impact of waiting until 6-12 months to get a hearing aid/cochlear implant. ✅How to know if you should get a doctorate, plus survival tips if you do take the leap.✅How to get funding for a doctoral degree. ✅The difference between an EdD and a PhD. ✅What many people don't know about research and scientists in the field of special education (and why this is actually good news). ✅The best way to start an IEP meeting (especially if you have a strained relationship with the parents).In this episode, I mentioned the School of Clinical Leadership, my course that helps school clinicians take the executive functioning lead in their building. To learn more about the program, go to drkarendudekbrannan.com/clinicalleadership (http://drkarendudekbrannan.com/clinicalleadership)
Ignacio Carcavallo is a coach that helps high performing executives reach balance and sustainability and avoid burnout. He began his career at Anheuser-Busch and then went on to co-found and run an 8-Figure company that was like the Argentinian Groupon. He shared with me the wisdom and lessons from running this company for almost 10 years and the frameworks he uses to help executives have breakthroughs. Guest: Ignacio Carcavallo https://www.instagram.com/ignaciocarcavallo/ Host: Brody Vinson https://linktr.ee/brodyvinson https://email@example.com https://www.instagram.com/brodyvinson.io/
“Everything I have done has centred around teams and individuals, and how do you get the most out of them…” Today's 40 Minute Mentor is the brilliant Catherine Lenson, Angel Investor, Founder, Venture Partner at LocalGlobe and CEO of Andante Advisory. Catherine has had a hugely successful career, having spent her formative years at UBS and becoming the first female Managing Partner at SoftBank. Today, Catherine is the Founder and CEO of Andante Advisory, a boutique consultancy firm which operates as a trusted partner to senior executives and leading organisations on Culture, People and Purpose. She is also a Venture Partner at LocalGlobe, an angel investor in early-stage tech companies across the UK, US and Israel, and is the UK's first Fair Play facilitator. Tune in to today's episode to discover: ➡️ Reliving her days when a rogue trader almost brought down UBS [03:32] ➡️ The privilege of entrepreneurship [05:29] ➡️ From her love for music to Cambridge and ending up in London [06:39] ➡️ Scaling from 20 to 500 people in four years [10:04] ➡️ Becoming the first female Managing Partner at SoftBank [13:34] ➡️ Building a portfolio career [16:49] ➡️ Angel Investing and joining LocalGlobe [24:39] ➡️ Common culture mistakes [32:32] ➡️ Fair Play and creating more equality in the household [36:47] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Catherine: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine-lenson/➡️ Find out more about her work: https://www.catherinelenson.com/➡️ Find out more about LocalGlobe: https://localglobe.vc/ ⭐Enjoyed this episode?⭐️Keep up to date with all our latest episodes, by hitting the subscribe button on your favourite podcast platform. And for any feedback on what you enjoy the most and ideas on what we can do to make 40 Minute Mentor even better, please leave us a review on https://ratethispodcast.com/40mm
Tune in for this insightful episode of the "ask a House Cleaner" on setting limits at workplace as host Angela Brown and boundaries expert Amy Worthy discuss how to establish healthy boundaries at work when demands and expectations seem endless. Discover why it's an uphill battle and gain valuable strategies on how to conquer it like a pro. Learn about the real-life scenarios that make enforcing boundaries a complicated issue and gain practical insights on how to navigate it with finesse. Don't miss this dynamic conversation that's both engaging and beneficial! Setting Limits at Workplace: Why It's So Hard and How to Do It Chapters: 00:00 The Struggle with Setting Boundaries and Tolerating Discomfort 00:51 Practice as the Answer to Setting Boundaries 02:05 Setting Boundaries with Emotional Connections and Establishing Workplace Culture RESOURCES ------------------ The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People - https://amzn.to/3P6qyOS Anxiety at Work: 8 Strategies to Help Teams Build Resilience, Handle Uncertainty, and Get Stuff Done - https://amzn.to/45vDgO4 Setting Boundaries Will Set You Free - https://amzn.to/3PhBo4H Read People Like a Book: How to Analyze, Understand, and Predict People's Emotions - https://amzn.to/47XsJwq Good Boundaries and Goodbyes: Loving Others Without Losing the Best of Who You Are - https://amzn.to/3OXeZcr (When available, we use affiliate links and as Amazon Associates we earn a commission on qualifying purchases.) *** RATE THIS PODCAST *** https://ratethispodcast.com/askahousecleaner *** TRAINING & CLEANING CERTIFICATION*** https://savvycleaner.com/join *** MOST REQUESTED LIST OF CLEANING STUFF I USE *** https://www.Amazon.com/shop/AngelaBrown SOCIAL MEDIA --------------- *** CONNECT WITH AMY ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amy.worthy.1 LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/amyworthy URL: https://nextlevelwealthcoach.com/ *** CONNECT WITH ANGELA ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AskAngelaBrown Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/AskAngelaBrown Twitter: https://Twitter.com/AskAngelaBrown Instagram: https://instagram.com/AskAngelaBrown Pinterest: https://Pinterest.com/AskAngelaBrown Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/AskAngelaBrown TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@askangelabrown Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/AngelaBrown URL: https://AngelaBrown.com NEED MORE CLEANING HELP? ------------- *** GOT A QUESTION FOR A SHOW? *** Please email it to Angela[at]AskaHouseCleaner.com Voice Mail: Click on the blue button at https://askahousecleaner.com *** PROFESSIONAL HOUSE CLEANERS PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProfessionalHouseCleaners/ *** VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/VRBO.Airbnb.Cleaning/ *** LOOKING FOR A WAY TO GET MORE CLEANING LEADS *** https://housecleaning360.com SPONSORSHIPS & BRANDS ------------------- Today's #AskaHouseCleaner sponsor is #SavvyCleaner training and certification for house cleaners and maids. (https://savvycleaner.com/join) And your host today is #AngelaBrown - https://g.page/r/CbMI6YFuLU2GEBI/review *** ADVERTISE WITH US *** We do work with sponsors and brands. If you are interested in working with us and you have a product or service that makes sense for the cleaning industry here's how to work with us -https://savvycleaner.com/brand-deals *** SAVVY CLEANER BRANDS *** SAVVY CLEANER - House Cleaner Training and Certification – https://savvycleaner.com/join VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING – Cleaning tips and strategies for your short-term rental https://TurnoverCleaningTips.com FUNNY CLEANING SHIRTS – Incentive and thank-you gifts for house cleaners and maids. https://FunnyCleaningShirts.com HOARDING WORLD - Helping you change your relationship with stuff https://HoardingWorld.com REALTY SUCCESS HUB - Helping you sell your home fast https://realtysuccesshub.com CREDITS -------------------------- Show Produced by: Savvy Cleaner: https://savvycleaner.com Show Host: Angela Brown Show Editors: Anna Nikitchuk Show Producer: Anna Nikitchuk
Whether you strive to advance your career or start a new one, this episode is for you. Tune into my conversation with Jeff Ton and learn: How to turn your nervous energy into enthusiasm How to find and land your dream job How to make the right decision when choosing a job How to differentiate passion and purpose How to reveal your strengths and be your best self during job interviews What's a power pose and how it can help prepare for any speech Jeff Ton is the author of Amplify Your Value – Leading IT with Strategic Vision (2018) and Amplify Your Job Search – Strategies for Finding Your Dream Job (2020). He is a sought-after speaker, author, and thought leader, having led powerful teams and built successful Information Technology departments for over 30 years. Connect with Jeff: www.JeffreySTon.com. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JTonIndy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JTonIndy/
Shipra Malhotra, former YouTube Product Leader, delves into the often-overlooked tactics that can make all the difference in product interviews. In this episode, she guides you through the complete interview process, from understanding a company's culture to staying connected with interviewers post-interview. Shipra's insights will help you stand out and excel in your product management career.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of Product Management resources here.
On today's episode, I'm talking to Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Marci Goolsby about keeping a growth mindset. Marci is the Medical Director of the Women's Sports Medicine Center at the Hospital for Special Surgery and an Assistant Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College. She's recently been named the Director of Sports Medicine for the WNBA and is also serving this year as the president for the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. Throughout her life and career, Marci has excelled at maintaining a growth mindset, always emphasizing the process over the outcomes. This has helped her learn from mistakes and adapt to an ever-changing environment. We talk about:The crucial role that mentorship plays in both discovering possible career pathways and later accessing crucial opportunities.Using leadership opportunities to learn the process behind the scenes.Learning when to say yes and when to say no to work that comes our way.You can find the show notes and more resources at https://madamathlete.comKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram: @theMadamAthleteFacebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthlete
Stress often occurs when we resist the present moment. Many of us try to reduce this stress by accepting the situation in front of us, but we often attach conditions to it. Unfortunately, conditional acceptance often keeps us suffering and doesn't bring real peace, freedom, or strength. Listen to this podcast to learn how to unconditionally accept things and find a path to a happier, less painful life.
Thanks Quility! Learn more at quility.com/tfc Get $10 off at Nutrafol.com when you use promo code TFC **** Chelsea is joined by career expert and YouTuber Jennifer Brick to talk office politics, burnout, earning more, and what comes after the Girlboss era. Subscribe to Jennifer's channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JenniferBrick MORE FROM TFD Join our membership program, The Society at TFD on Patreon to get exclusive ad-free bonus content + access to tons of other perks like our members-only book club: https://www.patreon.com/FinancialDiet The Financial Diet site: http://www.thefinancialdiet.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefinancialdiet Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFDiet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefinancialdiet/?hl=en
“The most impactful piece of advice I got early on in my career was - You need to grow where you're planted.” In today's bite-sized 40 Minute Mentor episode, we take a deep dive into a core component of any successful startup - the Go-To-Market (GTM) Strategy.To guide us through the essential components of building and executing a GTM strategy, we're joined by Tarun Gidoomal. Tarun has led some of Europe's most notable tech Scaleups, including Next Jump, where he led its international expansion to reach £3bn GMV, and more recently, at Ankorstore, where as UK GM he established its footprint in the UK as it became one of Europe's fastest growing tech unicorns. Today, Tarun shares more about: ➡️ His upbringing and career to date [01:30] ➡️ The fundamentals of a GTM Strategy [03:40] ➡️ Examples of successful GTM Strategies and mistakes made [06:38] ➡️ Getting buy-in across the team [10:31] ➡️ Questions to ask to assess your team culture [12:53] ➡️ The most impactful career advice he's received [14:37] ➡️ Startup life and dealing with burnout [17:11] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Tarun: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarungidoomal/
When you struggle to set boundaries at work, it doesn't just intrude on your personal life, it makes it harder for you to achieve your vision of career success. Learn how to set healthy limits with coworkers, achieve work-life balance, and deal with a boss that doesn't respect your boundaries. All of that and more on this episode of the podcast. Xoxo, Dr. Lisa Marie Bobby growingself.com
In Season 11, Episode 2 of "The Power of Owning Your Career" podcast hosted by Simone Morris, the spotlight is on Rebecca Wilson, the accomplished Managing Director of 20/20 Foresight Executive Search. With an impressive background at Citibank, HSBC, and Lehman Brothers, Rebecca delves into her career journey, revealing pivotal choices such as opting for business school over law school. She talks with Simone about the invaluable role of a supportive community in one's career. Listeners will gain essential tips on effective networking and how women can show up and thrive in their careers by asking for what they need without apology. You can reach Rebecca on Linked In or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org ✨ Become the Most Successful You! Schedule a call with Simone: https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com ↪️Stay inspired by reading The Power of Owning Your Career Book. ↪️Continue your transformation with our Free Career Resource Download!
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Over time, your KPIs are going to change and vary as your business grows, but when you first start out, volume is your best friend! Hear how I got started in the industry to build my client book from scratch. These are the KPIs my manager expected me to hit. I took their word as gospel and went all the way to the top of the billing leagues with the targets I was given and THEN some. If you have any questions, hit me up at email@example.com
This is our next in the series – requested by our loyal Electric Ladies Podcast listeners – for a collection of career advice from a handful of our various guests. The last question I ask in every interview is for career advice for midcareer women who want to make a difference. Is that you? If you want to make a difference with your career, and especially if you work in energy, climate, sustainability corporate responsibility or ESG (environment, social governance), or want to work in these fields, this advice will be especially relevant to you. This week, you'll hear career advice from: · Meredith Shields, Managing Director, Head of Citi Impact Fund · Aimee Christensen, CEO/Founder of Christensen Global, of the Sun Valley Forum, and of the Sun Valley Center Institute · Jane Poynter, CEO/Cofounder of Space Perspective · Jacqui Patterson, Founder/Executive Director of the Chisholm Legacy Project, A Resource Hub · Sarah Cumbers, Ph.D., Director of Evidence & Insight at Lloyd's Register Foundation Here's a hint: “People are looking for community, so even if you think you might be the only one who's raising this issue,…you will find your people. And if you don't speak your truth, if you don't ask the hard question, you won't find the people who are looking to align with that aggressive leadership and trust your gut on that. So trust your gut, whether it's about a new job, about a direction we need to be going in, even if it feels a little bit lonely, because… You'll be proven. People will find you and want to collaborate with you.” Aimee Christensen on Electric Ladies Podcast Read Joan's Forbes articles here. You'll also want to listen to (some of these are under the name Green Connections Radio): · Erica Wollam-Nichols · Genevieve Cullen · Trisa Thompson · Kristen Siemen · Karen Alonardo Subscribe to our newsletter to receive our podcasts, blog, events and special coaching offers.. Thanks for subscribing on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio and leaving us a review! Follow us on Twitter @joanmichelson and @electricgalspod on #ElectricLadiesPodcast #podcast @AimeeGlobal @Citi @SpacePerspectiv #careers #ESG #women @LloydsRegister #sustaomanility #SarahCumbers @Chisholmlegacy #JacquiPatterson
I love going to conferences. Wait...I FREAKIN' LOVE CONFERENCES!Learning is my jam, although I have a hard time sitting still for long periods of time. I also like to network with other people in my field as well as people not in my field.Last week was Podcast Movement 2023 in Denver, Colorado. It's the largest conference on podcasting with over 3,000 people attending. Here are three big takeaways from that event that will help you grow in boost your career Support the show
In this episode, Host Paola Soares continues diving into the topic of limiting beliefs. She discusses the 3 types of limiting beliefs, limiting beliefs about yourself, others and the world that could be keeping you stuck. We discuss how limiting beliefs could become self-fulfilling prophecies and why it's important to know what these unhealthy beliefs are. Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community
Many clinicians start their careers feeling unprepared to navigate the job market. In a lot of professional groups, I've noticed a skepticism towards contract companies, recruiters, and staffing agencies simply because many people working in school settings don't know who they can trust.If you've ever had a recruiter awkwardly slide into your DMs or advertise in your online group without permission, you might be feeling some of that skepticism yourself. There is an art and a science to navigating career placements, job searching, and working with recruiters and staffing agencies. Having this skill set can be a game changer when it comes to finding fulfilling work. Recruiters can be a huge asset if you know how to work with them and if you can spot a good one. That's why I invited Ryan Cleaveland to episode 126 of the De Facto Leaders podcast to give you a peek behind the curtain of staffing and recruiting. Ryan is the CEO of Spotter Staffing (https://www.spotterstaffing.com/), a company that helps connect schools with highly qualified therapists and special education teachers. After over two decades in corporate staffing across multiple industries, he started Spotter Staffing with his best friend, Ryan Allen, COO. They wanted to provide staffing for an ethical and selfless industry, so that's what inspired them to focus on connecting special education professionals with school districts. In this conversation, we discuss:✅How does staffing and recruiting work? What are the different types of contracts and employment options? ✅How can you tell if you're working with a qualified recruiter, and how do you advocate for yourself during the hiring process? ✅What are the benefits of working with a recruiter who has also been a therapist? Are there benefits to working with a recruiter or job coach who doesn't have a clinical background?✅How to avoid “the grass is greener” thinking when approaching your career; and how to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of being an employee vs a contractor vs self-employed.In this episode, I mentioned the School of Clinical Leadership, my course that helps school clinicians take the executive functioning lead in their building. To learn more about the program, go to drkarendudekbrannan.com/clinicalleadershipYou can learn more about Spotter Staffing at: https://www.spotterstaffing.com/Connect with Ryan on LinkedIn here (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-cleaveland-2aa5a87/) or on Twitter @ryan_cleaveland (https://twitter.com/Ryan_Cleaveland).
Ep. 155: University of California Irvine Volleyball shaped the co-founder of the largest female-led Registered Investment Advisory firm in the United States. “I think athletes know what it takes to win,” Eusey said in the podcast. “And I think the reason they know what it takes to win is because they've experienced what it takes to lose. Today she expresses her competitive fire through running marathons but also by encouraging her team to challenge each other – and her – to make the whole team better. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture! Special thanks to David Beira and Daniel Kehn for making this episode possible.