This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement.Damion Lupo is a bestselling author in personal finance and money thinking, host of the Financial Underdogs podcast, owner of 30+ companies, and founder of his own martial art – Yokido®.If there was one thing I remembered about our conversation, it was that Damion explained why he hated the word retirement. As I revisit this episode now, in the context of the Un-retirement series, I see how it's even more relevant than ever and his points even more urgent for us midlifers to consider.In this episode, Damion and I talked about the problem with the traditional retirement mindset, what wealth is and isn't, and the idea of “booking it” or how not to postpone doing things until someday when we retire.For all the links and show notes, head on over to http://secondbreaks.com
How does one start a career in blockchain or crypto space? The industry is currently booming, so I've interviewed Sam, the founder of The Blockhead - all about what jobs are out there, how to search and apply for roles and how to ramp up your knowledge of the technology if you have no background or previous experience in it. Explore the Blockhead and follow Sam there: https://www.theblockhead.com Checkout Sam's courses: https://www.theblockhead.com/courses The Blockhead Twitter: https://twitter.com/t_blockhead Sign up to our newsletter: https://www.stereotypebreakers.com/newsletter Watch this podcast on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsYzP5nt6Y2YpR0SZesxyAaOv9tGYwZoZ Let us know if you have any ideas/comments by tagging us in your post on social media! ✨
Growing up we were fed a steady diet of the linear career path. We were taught to get an education, figure out our career before graduating or else you are behind (or worse...a failure), make sure to use your degree and get a good job, and then make sure to climb the management ladder. Sound familiar?Except the concept of a linear career path is an illusion. Or is it?What if instead of real career paths looking more like squiggly messes than lines we simply changed the x and y axis? On this episode I share:What the new linear career path isWhat causes careers to feel like a squiggly lineThe stories we need to stop telling ourselves about our careerThe foundation for your new linear career pathReferences:Jennifer Chapman - Sales Professional to Stroke Warrior & Mindset CoachCarrie Jeffrey - CEO of the House to Tech SalesJenn Goldstone - TV Producer & Investigative Journalist to Non-Profit ExecutiveMelissa Craig - Political Action Services to Tech ExecutiveDr. Liz Riedford - Academic Advisor to Asylum OfficerLisa Bowman - CMO to Best Selling Author, Speaker, and Advocate
Michael Roderick is the CEO of Small Pond Enterprises, a company that helps thoughtful givers become thought leaders by making their brands referable, their messaging memorable, and their ideas unforgettable. Through Small Pond, Michael helps coaches and consultants create Referable Brands leading to more speaking opportunities, better clients, and more influence. Michael began his career as a high school English teacher before producing theatrical productions Off-Broadway and later on Broadway. This combination of experience in the arts and entrepreneurship led to Michael starting an arts incubator program to teach more artists about building and growing their own businesses (PLAE). Eventually, he decided to develop a workshop on networking which grew into the full-time consulting practice that became Small Pond Enterprises. Read the show notes here: https://bwmissions.com/one-away-podcast/
Welcome Back to the Teacher, Let Your Light Shine Podcast! If you are anything like me, you definitely don't like to be uncomfortable...but you know you have to in order to make changes, do hard things and make growth in your life and career. Comfort Zone, Personal Growth, Setting Priorities, Starting Something New, Uncomfortable, Fear, Anxiety, Teacher, Homeschool Mom, Teacher Career Change, Vulnerability, Risks, Challenges, Starting a Microschool, Tutoring Business In today's podcast, I share with you the importance of being uncomfortable and taking advantage of the opportunity to start something new as you begin personal growth and career change. Being outside the comfort zone can be very difficult for teachers and parents. The fear and anxiety of the unknown can paralyze us all. So how do we actually take risks, move through challenges and embrace the opportunity for career growth and change! Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Get Showcased in our SHINE SPOTLIGHT!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 We've got step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: email@example.com Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
If the last couple years have you looking to change your work situation, it makes so much sense. Whether you're a new hire or you've been working for decades, times of unrest cause all of us to reassess things. You don't have to do it alone or know it all. Listen to this episode with career coach, Nikki Innocent, who specializes in showing up authentically in today's modern workplaces to thrive without burning out.
When you receive a job offer, you are in the best position to negotiate. It's your time to get what you want whether that is more money, better benefits, flexibility... On the other hand, if you've been with a company for a few months (or years) and think it's about dang time to ask for a raise, you can (and should!) Listen in as author & negotiation expert, G. Richard Shell gives real life examples of job and salary negotiation. What you'll learn How to ask for more money when you receive a job offer The trick to making negotiation less awkward How to prepare and set goals for your next negotiation How to ask for a raise Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out! Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over. Related Episodes How to Figure Out What You Really Want (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) Stuck in a Career You're Unhappy With? Fear Of Taking Risks Could Be Keeping You There (Spotify / Apple Podcasts)
Whether you can't stand your job or just want to try something new, contemplating a career change can be intimidating. Dr. Eli Jones is a professor of Marketing, former Dean of Mays Business School, and Peggy May's eminent scholar in business at Texas A&M University. In his recent book, Run Toward your Goliaths, Dr. Jones shares about how faith helped him overcome his personal and professional giants to follow God's guidance in his work and career path. This included a career change as he switched from being a successful businessman to becoming a professor. This is the last episode of Season 3! We'll be back in September 2022. Scripture References 1 Samuel 17 Additional Resources Run Toward Your Goliaths by Eli Jones Donate. This podcast is made possible through the financial support of people like you. Your gift of any size will enable us to continue resourcing Christians with high-quality biblically-based content that applies to everyday work. Donate at www.theologyofwork.org/donate
Casey Walker is a Brand Manager at My Amazon Guy. Want to hear more employee testimonials, go to https://myamazonguy.com/employee-reviews-of-my-amazon-guy/00:00 My Amazon Guy was a Lifechanging Career Change - Casey Walker00:27 Working at a construction site for years00:45 Getting to a point when you don't want to go to work01:26 Why I love MAG02:00 What MAG is best at02:31 Amazing leadership team02:54 Taking the leap
In this episode I'm joined by Alice Godfree to talk about how her postpartum pushed her career into a new direction - find her here: https://www.villageforme.com/---------This episode is sponsored by Newborn Mothers. Newborn Mothers provides online courses for postpartum professionals and mothers worldwide who believe birth is about making mums too. The Collective course is what I did to become qualified as a postpartum doula, and I loved it. And as you'll hear in this episode, my guest also made a career change after doing the same program! The evidence-based course, run by Julia Jones, dives into how to care for mothers with guidance on everything from nutrition to listening with a non-judgemental ear, setting up a business and settling a baby. And when you finish the course you gain access to the graduates group of postpartum professionals who are such a supportive bunch of people and a great sounding board - I call them my brains trust! There's also ongoing education and classes, and I loved it so much I recommend the course to everyone who asks me! Julia has kindly offered a bonus for anyone who signs up using the code COCOON - you'll receive the Professional Mindset and Money Blocks class. Let me tell you, becoming a postpartum professional isn't just about learning the techniques, so much of it is about getting your head around this new role, how to charge and how to have boundaries… so this class is gold. Just use the code COCOON when you sign up, and you'll get that free.So, if you believe that when a baby is born, so too is a mother - and you want to support that mother - you should check out Newborn Mothers at www.newbornmothers.com.
In today's episode of the ‘Career Change Maker' podcast, I am talking about why your dream career is a lot closer than you think. I talk about finding an ideal role which means ensuring that it is fully aligned to who you are as a person and that you're able to bring to the table the strengths and values you have.I also want to talk about the fact that when you execute an ideal role or a dream role, you're going to feel like you're in flow with it, and to feel like everything's good in the way that you're doing on a day-to-day basis. Episode Highlights· 01:55 - I hear from a lot of people, particularly the lawyers that I've worked with, who have professional services backgrounds, that they want to make a change. They know that where they are right now is not where they want to be.· 03:50 - When it comes to making the pivot, I've realized that there's so much time and energy that you spend at work on a day-to-day basis.· 07:45 – We can't just rely on our experience; you have to recognize that sometimes exposure needs to happen before you can experience something else.· 09:10 - When I first started out in my business, I invested in programs, and got in rooms with people who had achieved the thing that I wanted to achieve.· 11:05 - When you drill down and think about your skillset, and you think about the commerciality of your mind-set, and how it is that you can approach transactions, conversations and negotiations. What you will learn:One of the things that are consistent in terms of what clients say to me after they've gone through my program is that they have now expanded their belief around what is possible, I was literally talking to a client in this January cohort of the program. I was asking what are some of your biggest takeaways and the client shared that one of her biggest takeaways was just recognizing what is possible for her and all of the possibilities that are out there inside her industry or adjacent to her current industry.If you don't get exposed to something, then you wouldn't be able to believe in it and won't be able to move on to the next big thing. We don't necessarily have to focus on the big leagues, but even for you to make the shifts, or for you to make the pivots you need to know what's out there available for you. So you need to be able to expose yourself differently from how you're exposing yourself right now.The thing that we need to be thinking about is not that I want to make a big career change but I can't take a pay cut so I'm going to have to stay where I am. Instead what we need to be thinking about is maintaining this level of salary. What are the potential adjacent opportunities that I could pursue which will allow me to continue to leverage the skills that I have and still come on with the type of salary that I have desired?Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 91 - Uncovering Your Top StrengthsEpisode 90 - Day Two: What Do You Want Life To Look Like?THIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMIf you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >> www.careerchangemakers.com/ccmprogram
This week, Georgie Coleridge Cole, Laura Black, Heather Steele and Sherri Andrew answer all your questions, from summer fashion must-haves to the beauty products they couldn't live without – plus, they share some helpful career advice about starting a new job and changing industries... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kyla Denanyoh is bursting with energy and excitement because of THREE huge things. First, there is a You Are A Lawyer newsletter that is released on the opposite weeks of the podcast episodes and you need to join it and find out what is happening behind the scenes with the podcast. Second, if you are interested in weekly You Are A Lawyer podcast episodes, let Kyla know all about it. Email email@example.com and tell Kyla that you want WEEKLY You Are A Lawyer podcast episodes. Third, in celebration of Kyla's birthday, Kyla wants you to tell five people about the You Are a Lawyer podcast. Not ten people, not one person, but tell FIVE people about the You Are A Lawyer podcast because this podcast is all about: Finding out why people went to law school, What people are doing in their current careers, Why do people change their minds about their careers, and Why people are doubling down on what they really enjoy. You Are A Lawyer is hosted by Kyla Denanyoh. Kyla Denanyoh is a 2015 graduate of Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Kyla Denanyoh is not a licensed or practicing attorney. Follow the podcast:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youarealawyer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouAreA_LawyerWebsite: https://www.youarealawyer.com
This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement.Autumn Witt Boyd is an award-winning intellectual property lawyer who works with online business owners to protect their brand, content, and business.When it comes to intellectual property and business strategies, Autumn is known as a thought leader in the online business community. She speaks frequently at conferences, seminars, and workshops and appears as a guest on podcasts hosted by other experts and business owners.In this episode from the vault, Autumn gives tip after fabulous tip about the basic things we need to implement and consider when we're starting a new business. Especially for folks retiring from their corporate careers, this episode is an essential primer for any post-retirement business they may want to begin.For all the links and show notes, head on over to http://secondbreaks.com
In today's episode of the Career Change Maker podcast, I talk about how your experience can be leveraged to make a career change without retraining.The reason I am talking about this is that I was having a conversation with somebody who is in a place where she's thinking about making a move. She has been working in the same space for the last 10 years. So, she was enquiring whether the kind of moves she wants to make is going to be possible because she's been in the same position for the last 10 years. Episode Highlights· 02:40 - People think that this experience is only relevant to where I am right now, and if I was going to do something else, I need to build up a whole another bag of experience.· 06:52 - The same way that you can bring value by bringing in your perspective and your lawyer brain in a commercial discussion, or in a negotiation, the same way that you can take what you have and use that in a different setting.· 07:20 - Just because you're coming from a slightly different practice area doesn't mean that there isn't any value that you can bring to an organisation.· 09:25 - When we're thinking about leveraging our experience and we're thinking about making moves, please don't assume that you're going to have to start again. · 11:25 - If you're trying to make a pivot, you can be very proactive to position yourself as someone that is interested in that area that is developing that skillset and knowledge in that area. What you will learn:If you think about some of the most brilliant business minds in the world, people who are charging the way forward in terms of innovation. Often, they spend time outside of the industry and out of the space that they operate in on a day-to-day basis. The reason why they do that is that stepping outside of your industry allows you to see things differently. It allows you to have a different perspective, and as a result, it inspires you. When people are talking about the experience that you've gained, it's not just about the experience doing the job, in terms of the technical piece, it's all of the experience that comes with you operating in this type of environment for this length of time and all of those skills that you have developed and you have displayed are transferable to other environments. But in order for you to transfer them, and view them to articulate how it's valuable, you need to appreciate it as a skill set. You really need to appreciate the experience that you've gained as valuable so that you can talk about it as valuable. You can leverage the experience that you have to move into the type of role that you want to be doing. If you're unsure about how you can do that and what the step looks like how you would be able to leverage LinkedIn and how you would be able to position yourself then I would love to have a conversation with you.Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 110 - Making Major Career Changes With Louise GlendonEpisode 111 - The Biggest Reason You Are Reluctant To Make A Career Change Right NowTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMIf you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >> www.careerchangemakers.com/ccmprogram
Finding the balance between our work lives and home lives can be a difficult task. This week Michelle Miller is back to discuss how to live your best life as a working parent and navigate change like a pro!
In today's episode of the‘Career Change Maker podcast, I talk on the topic “The Impactful Career That You Desire Is On the Other Side of This Four Letter Word”. Lawyers are integral to our society, and then we see the fact that so many lawyers are feeling unfulfilled in the work that they're doing.The reason I have chosen this topic is that I find it incredible that there are so many lawyers who are not feeling happy and fulfilled in the work that they are doing. Episode Highlights· 03:10 – Every commercial transaction, be it about the distribution of assets, or any other aspect of life, there is a lawyer involved or multiple lawyers involved.· 07:00 – Besides seeing salary and company brand, there're other factors that need to be considered in order for you to make the type of move, that's going to make sense.· 08:55 - When you're feeling frustrated, and you're feeling this is something's not right, all you can see is that it's like you're looking ahead to tomorrow and nothing else. The focus is too much on where you are right now and what you can see right in front of you.· 11:10 - In order for you to make sure that you're moving into a role that you feel good about, there needs to be more focus on the view.· 15:00 - When I was thinking about making a difference like knowing that the work that I'm definitely making a difference, it needed to be more tangible and handled for me.What you will learn: When you think about the goals that people have, and the things that people are trying to achieve on a day-to-day basis, typically, somewhere along the line, there is going to be a lawyer involved. If you think about the impact that lawyers have in terms of how the world goes around is huge. However, so many lawyers are feeling unfulfilled in the work that they're doing. The value that lawyers bring to the marketplace is great, but why is it that we're not feeling it? The fact is that the impactful career that you really want to experience is on the other side of a four-letter word, which is DATA. In order for you to really determine what change or move you need to make, a full assessment would be required of what is actually going on right now and that assessment might require you to zoom out and look at different pieces of data. When you understand what strengths you bring to the table, when you truly understand your personality type, how you like to show up, and what your preferences are, then your considerations can be different when you're looking at the next opportunity. So strengths profile allows you to take an assessment, and then it highlights what your strengths are, and it lets you know what your weaknesses are.Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 163: Why You Deserve A Better Role So You Can Stop Feeling Unhappy At WorkEpisode 164: Do You Want More Than A Role That Looks Good On PaperTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMIf you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >> https://www.careerchangemakers.com/ccmprogram
#130 - Dina Cataldo helps lawyers manage their workload better and here she shares techniques you can use to help you get through and avoid overwhelm at work.What you'll learn[1:50] How Dina felt about quitting her career as a lawyer.[02:45] How Dina went from being a lawyer to becoming a coach for other lawyers.[06:00] What “overwhelm” means and how to identify if it's happening to you.[08:08] The problem with using distractions when feeling overwhelmed from work.[13:04] The importance of being intentional with the words you use around work.[16:17] The dangers of “overwhelm” and the negative effects it can have.[19:11] How to design your life to be more productive and satisfying.[23:10] The importance of questioning and framing your thoughts around work in the right way.[27:30] Practical steps you can take if you are feeling overwhelmed.[29:39] How to prioritise your time and reduce how often you get disturbed.[34:33] Long-term strategies you can use to reduce the risk of overwhelm.[41:47] “Time blocking” and how to use your calendar effectively.[47:27] Useful tools and resources to learn more about time blocking.Resources mentioned in this episode (some of these are affiliate links and we may get a commission in the event that you make a purchase - this helps us to cover our expenses and is at no additional cost to you):Doctor WhoThe Busy Lawyer's Quick-Start Guide to Getting 5 Hours Back WeeklyBe a Better Lawyer podcastFor the show notes for this episode, including a full transcript and links to all the resources mentioned, visit:https://changeworklife.com/im-too-busy-overcoming-overwhelm-at-work/Re-assessing your career? Know you need a change but don't really know where to start? Check out these two exercises to start the journey of working out what career is right for you!Take me to the exercises!Also, make sure to join the Change Work Life Facebook group and check out the ways you can support the podcast on the Change Work Life Support page.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
In today's episode of the ‘Career Change Maker' podcast, I talk about 3 ways to get recognition for the amazing job you are already doing and the importance of ensuring that you are positioning yourself to get the recognition that you desire and you deserve. I am quite passionate about this topic because there's so much value that people are bringing, but they're not recognizing it as a value, and that's why I want to talk about this.Episode Highlights02:40 – There's a big difference between saying that I supported client retention and saying that I helped to make sure that the firm didn't lose 350k. Quantifying things makes such a difference but when you're in it, it's so easy to gloss over.06:10 – There are three things that I want to talk about in order to make sure that you are getting the recognition that you need.08:40 - One of the ways that we can remember our achievements when it is required is by keeping a record of achievements. It doesn't necessarily have to be all of the big things, it can just be about what contribution you have made.10:50 - Being proactive does two things, it ensures that you are having the conversations that you need to have, and it also makes sure that you're visible because you're there doing the work, and getting the job done.13:00 - Often people are not that comfortable talking about themselves. We need to get confident and comfortable when we are talking about ourselves if we really want to make an impact through the work that we're doing.What you will learn:What you must recognize is the value that you bring to a role and the thing that you get paid for the value that you're bringing. So it's not just showing up doing the job like that's a given. If you're hired to do a role, you're going to show up, you're going to do the role and you're going to execute. But when you are able to articulate what value you have brought to the role, when you can speak about that, and you can confidently articulate that, that is what allows you to make sure that you're getting the promotion that you want. I want you to think about that how much are you going to get the job done, and then move on to the next thing? How much are you taking time to actually reflect on what you've been able to do, and the impact that has had on the people around you? The first thing for you is to keep a record of your achievements because it's hard to recall things when you want to record them. Keep it recorded either electronically or physically, because if you can record it, then you're able to talk about it.Another thing that you want to be doing is creating opportunities to have conversations with the partner, director, or manager that you work with. This is because sometimes we can be waiting for them to tap you on the shoulder and say, do you want to have a performance review or an update? But you might need to create an opportunity because it's likely that their calendar is busy.Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 170: Stop Seeking Career Change Advice From The Wrong PeopleEpisode 173: Wanting More For Your Career Isn't A Bad ThingTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMIf you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >> https://www.careerchangemakers.com/ccmprogram
Hi Teacher Friend! Thinking of starting a new career? Are you a teacher on the verge of quitting your teaching job, but you are facing all the uncertain emotions of doing so? Are you a mom beginning a new career, or thinking of homeschooling your children and facing many thoughts about this new transition? I promise this episode is meant to bless you and NOT put you in the Pit!! But I certainly feel led to share my emotional journey of leaving my teaching career of 15+ years and how the change led me to where I am today! I share 3 lessons I learned and 3 pieces of advice to help you navigate this change! After a major shift in my professional growth, learning how to strengthen my mindset, and realizing my identity had been wrapped up in teaching, I began to question whether I was to stay teaching and coaching in public school or whether or not it was time to leave. So in today's episode, I share how to handle the emotions that MAY flood your mind as you change lanes, and what I wish someone would have told me when I was facing the same change!! Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 We've got step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand-deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
In today's episode of the ‘Career Change Maker' podcast, I talk about the common career mistake lawyers make that keeps them feeling stuck. I am having this conversation, particularly because this is promotion season, and I thought it would be good to talk about this as I'm seeing it happen quite often. Also, if you are a Lawyer and you want to strategically position yourself for a new opportunity without having to start at the bottom, you need to be in this Cohort, because it is going to be dedicated to supporting lawyers. Episode Highlights· 02:00 – I want to support as many professional women as I can, particularly lawyers in this May Cohort of this career coaching program.· 04:00 - On paper, if you're working hard, you're getting a promotion, and you're climbing the ladder then you are successful. But in reality, just getting the promotion isn't the only determining factor when it comes to success.· 07:00 - As lawyers and professionals, sometimes we are so busy doing the work that we don't prioritize the time to take stock. Therefore, we feel the frustration and the misalignment, but we're not paying attention to it.· 08:45 - I think a lot of the time we're building up careers from an outside-in perspective, versus an inside-out perspective.· 11:10 – I want to share with you the common mistake that the lawyers make is not paying enough attention to the misalignment that could be happening inside of their careers where there's misalignment between the expectations and the reality of what's going on. What you will learn: · The reason why I want to organize the May Cohort specifically for Lawyers is that it's one year since I left my legal career and completely went into what I wanted to do, and it has been a brilliant journey. So, if you are the one who is making a move and haven't been sure how to move forward, then go and make your application to www.careerchangemakers.com/ccmprogramI often see a mismatch between the expectation of how we're going to feel, and then the reality of what happens when we get there because we use our logical brain. Your marker of success at the beginning, might not be your marker of success now. But one of the biggest mistakes lawyers make is not taking the time to take stock around this type of stuff, not recognizing the misalignment that is happening, and not recognizing that the misalignment is there.The source of your frustration when you're saying expectations are not meeting the reality, that can be different for different people. So it's about you being able to say if I'm feeling frustrated then why is that? What about it is misaligned, and when do we need to go from here, because sometimes that misalignment can be a quick fix. Sometimes that misalignment means you need to consider doing things in a completely different way.Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 143: Embarking On A Career Change After Decades In Your Career With Maddy Lee-SmithEpisode 144: How To Land Your Ideal Role QuicklyTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMThis episode was brought to you by my signature program, the Career Change Maker Program.If you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >>
In today's episode of the ‘Career Change Maker' podcast, I talk about how my career changed for the better post-COVID-19 Lockdown. I am going to be sharing this because in a lot of areas I've experienced that it is relevant to people that I have been speaking to who are considering making a career move right now. There is a lot of movement that's happening in the marketplace. We're hearing about the resignation, and the great big shuffle. Episode Highlights· 06:35 - The reality is that your legal career is very sticky, which means that there are a lot of reasons why you will feel like you need to stay where you are. · 11:20 - Instead of focusing on whether it is even possible for me to make a move, that focus can go to how can I make a move from where I am now in a way that allows me to leverage all of my experience and expertise that I have.· 13:30 - Are you the same version of you that you were when you first started out in your career or when you first started this role? If not, maybe we need to pay attention to who are you right now so that you can move into a role that is well-aligned with who you are as a person.What you will learn: I had time to think and reflect during the lockdown, and I asked myself the hard questions. What do I want to be doing with my career next? Yes, I have got to this point, and yes, I made the decision to get here but where do I want to go next? I came to a point where I had to decide whether I'm going to go all-in with my legal career or am I going to focus on the business because I didn't have the capacity to continue to do both.If you're a lawyer yourself and if you have been having some of those same conversations with yourself then I totally get it because the reality is the time that has been invested, the energy that has been invested, the desire to continue to have intellectual stimulation is understandable. When you brainstorm alternative career paths, it's probably likely that there isn't much that's coming up for you where you can say, yes, I can see how that's going to work. And so, what ends up happening is you're trying to look at alternatives, but the alternatives seem viable, and so because the alternative is still viable you backtrack and you're saying, well, I probably just need to stay where it is that I am right now.When I had time during the pandemic to pause and think and allow myself to explore what alternatives could look like. I guided myself through the data method and this method is about looking at defining exactly what it is you want to do with your career next, it is about aligning who you are as a person and what your expectations are to the vision that you now have. It's about creating a transition plan. How are you going to move out of the role that you're in right now toward what it is that you want to do? Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 103 - Staying In Your Current Role Could be Costing You More Than You ThinkEpisode 115: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Going For Big Goals with Angie BryanTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMThis episode was brought to you by my signature program, the Career Change Maker Program.If you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >>
This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement.Michael Zipursky is the CEO and co-founder of Consulting Success. He's kinda like a consultant for consultants.He helps business people run their businesses more efficiently and effectively. But more importantly, he specializes in helping people transition into a successful consultancy (or simply find more success as a consultant) by leveraging and marketing their expertise in an enormously crowded field.He is the author of five books, including The Consulting Success System: How to Become a Successful Consultant and The Masters of Consulting Interviews. Michael also hosts the podcast The Consulting Success Podcast. Clearly, he is the person to talk about building a consulting practice!In this episode from the vault, Michael and I talk about what differentiates a consultant from a coach or another service provider, and he shares the six principles for running a successful consultancy.For all the links and show notes, head on over to http://secondbreaks.com
Dave Ramsey & Ken Coleman discuss: How to know if a career change is a good idea, What to do next when when you're on baby step 7 at age 22, How to help a grandkid in college. Support Our Sponsor: DreamCloud: https://www.dreamcloudsleep.com/delony Want a plan for your money? Find out where to start: https://bit.ly/3nInETX Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3GxiXm6
There are moments where life makes it undeniable that things have fundamentally shifted. A reckoning that this truth you have been denying for weeks, months, or years will no longer be pushed aside. For Kacie Gordon, this moment came on a routine commute home from work. After that moment life as she knew it would never be the same.On this episode, Kacie shares an inside view of her self discovery journey over the last 18 months since this moment. With no filters and powerful stories, Kacie shares how her pursuit of having it all was a one-way ticket to madness, the realities of pivoting your career and rebuilding your brand, and acknowledging what it means to be an ambitious woman in today's society.Kacie is the Co-Founder of It All Media, a modern media empire on a mission to walk with women through storytelling and conversation in a collective awakening to define, create and own our “it all” that reflects and honors the power and dynamism of modern womanhood.Show Links:Connect with Kacie on LinkedInSubscribe to the F*** It All podcastThe Girlfriend Method Episode
Hi Teacher Friend! And a Big Hello to all my Homeschool Moms out there! We all hear the sweet singing of summer on the way! Can we raise a Hallelujah?!! Well done, mom! Well done, teacher! We are heading into the last month of schooling, and here comes the month of....reflection and closing down shop! Homeschool Mom, Teacher, Career Change, Burn out, teacher burn out, fear, doubt, reflection, uncertainties, summer break, preparing for a change, mindset, and mental health! In today's episode, I am sharing 5 lessons I learned as I end the school year and prepare for a year to come. With running a micro school, having your own business, working from home, homeschooling your own children and teaching others....there's so much to look forward to! I also want to make sure I set you up for success and give you little seeds of hope and wisdom to guide you on your way! Be Blessed! Makenzie Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 We've got step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: email@example.com Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
Guest Dave Leone realized during college that his interest in chemistry might not be long lived. Instead, he found earth sciences. Upon graduation, he options were graduate school, petroleum geology, or environmental geology. He found a small environmental firm that let him do a little of everything and then moved on to a larger firm where he has stayed for nearly a quarter century, assessing contaminated properties and remediating them for beneficial use.It was at the firm—during a 200-mile charity bike ride—that he met his wife. And after buying a house and expecting a baby, life looked good. Then, in one unexpected moment falling off a ladder one Labor Day weekend, he realized his life had changed forever.In this episode, find out from Dave how finding focus beyond yourself can give you a way to get back on track…on Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestDave Leone is Associate Principal at GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. in Massachusetts, where he lives with his wife and son. He is a geologist with over 20 years of experience performing hazardous waste site investigations and remediation work at state-regulated hazardous waste sites. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Episode 83 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is Emmy Award nominated actress, comedian, author, podcaster, writer & director Erin Gibson. Erin Gibson is an expert at mixing social commentary, political satire, and frank sexual talk into nice, neat little comedy packages. Based in Los Angeles, she co-hosts the award winning political absurdist comedy podcast ATTITUDES (formerly titled THROWING SHADE), which has over 6 million downloads and was named by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the Top 20 Comedy Podcasts of 2014 and as a 2015 Podcast to listen to by Entertainment Weekly. A web version of the podcast is shot and distributed by FUNNY OR DIE. She tours internationally doing live versions of the show with her comedy partner, Bryan Safi.Previously, Erin hosted MODERN LADY on Current TV's INFOMANIA, which comedically criticized the way women are treated by the media.As a writer and director at FUNNY OR DIE, Erin regularly impersonated Michele Bachmann and Megyn Kelly, in addition to writing and directing sketches starring Juliette Lewis, Jerry O'Connell, Teri Hatcher, Mary Steenburgen, Kaley Cuoco, Natasha Lyonne, and Taryn Manning. Erin created the successful GAME OF THRONES recap show GAY OF THRONES which she wrote and directed, and which starred her real-life hair stylist, Jonathan Van Ness. As an author, she released the book FEMINASTY: The Complicated Woman's Guide to Surviving The Patriarchy Without Drinking Herself to Death, which is her collection of hilarious personal essays and political commentary.As an actress and comedian, she's been seen on KEY AND PEELE, THE KROLL SHOW, NBC TV's PARKS AND RECREATION, E!'s CHELSEA LATELY, and clip shows galore. Erin's a regular blogger for HUFFINGTON POST and is better than Taylor Swift when knowing if people are trouble when they walk in.Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Erin Gibson, and her Facebook page. Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Hello beautiful souls! Coach and friend Andy Hite returns to the podcast to share his angel story of the events leading up to meeting his wife. Andy also dives deep into the feeling of disappointment and how to rethink its negative connotations. In addition to sharing moments from his life, Andy adds in many ways to be more spiritually fulfilled with your job and your life. To learn more about Andy, visit his website: andyhitecoaching.com +++++++++ Upcoming Events: Buy a ticket to Julie's upcoming events here: https://theangelmedium.com/events Work With Julie: Book A Discovery Call with Julie: https://calendly.com/juliejancius/discovery-call Buy Julie's Book titled, Angels and Awakening, on: amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com Angel Reiki School. Learn to bring through angel messages: https://theangelmedium.com/get-certified Angel Membership Waitlist. Get access to Julie's past courses and new LIVE events almost every week: https://theangelmedium.com/angelmembership Private Mentorship with Julie: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details! Book a Session with Julie or an Angel Reader on her team: https://theangelmedium.com/readings Be Our Angel: Share this podcast on your social media accounts! Volunteer your time/skills: Email JulieJancius@gmail.com Write a 5-Star Positive Review and we'll enter you into a monthly drawing to win a free 20-minute reading with Julie. Don't forget to give us your contact info, so we can let you know if you win! Join Me on the Socials Website: www.theangelmedium.com Instagram: instagram.com/angelpodcast/ Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/angelpodcast TikTok: @angelpodcast
This episode is part of the special series on Un-Retirement.Mary Beth Simon retired from her long corporate career in December 2018. As planned, she started a consulting company in early 2019. Mary Beth is part of many Generation X and Boomers who aren't interested in putting their feet up and playing golf all day post-retirement. She considers herself 100% retired from her corporate career, but that only means she now has all the time to devote to the next chapter in her professional life.One of the things that struck me with Mary Beth's experience was how she could make a smooth transition with little stress because she carefully planned for life after retirement long before she packed up her office.In this episode from the vault, Mary Beth shared what sparked the idea for her unique consulting practice, how she fined tuned that idea so that it aligned with her vision for her next chapter, and where she focused her energy as she got it off the ground.For all the links and show notes, head on over to http://secondbreaks.com
Christon Halkiotis always knew that she wanted to become a prosecutor. After interning with the District Attorney's office as a 3L, Christon Halkiotis excelled as a prosecutor where she participated in more than 300 bench trials and 35 jury trials. In 2019, Christon Halkiotis opened her law firm where she serves criminal defense clients. Listen to learn: How to be a zealous advocate for your client The importance of the personal relationships between lawyers and criminal defendants (and having a physical office for clients to visit) How to become a court-appointed attorney on the North Carolina Capital Defense Roster We also discuss: The power shift from being a prosecutor to working in criminal defense The difference between bench trials and jury trials The prestige of being admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States Bar Christon Halkiotis is licensed to practice law in North Carolina. Learn more about Christon Halkiotis: Instagram: @cshlawpllc.com*You Are A Lawyer is hosted by Kyla Denanyoh. Follow the podcast:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youarealawyer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouAreA_LawyerWebsite: https://www.youarealawyer.comADVERTISER: This episode is sponsored by the Law Office of Vernon P. Thomas.
In today's episode of the ‘Career Change Maker' podcast, I talk about the topic of guilt and feeling bad about wanting to make a move.The reason I want to talk about this topic is that it comes up time and time again when I'm working with clients who are contemplating making a career move.Episode Highlights· 01:22 - When you consider having worked in a role or being in a particular industry for a very long time, it can feel challenging to envision or even think about doing things in a different way.· 03:17 - If you're in a role that you don't want to be in, but you're comfortable in that role, it means that you're missing out on the opportunity of carving out an experience in a role that is well-aligned.· 05:55 - Just because I have decided on a particular path doesn't mean I have to stay there.· 07:15 - My mission is to level the playing field for women in the workplace and help you to realize that it is possible for you to navigate your way through and align yourself to a role that is a good fit for you.· 09:15 - Am I being unapologetic about what it is that I want and what it is that I'm working towards or am I coming from a place of I'm only going to allow myself to do the things that I think everyone else says I can do.· 13:00 - You need to be in a position where you feel like your interest is aligned with what it is that the company is doing or you feel like your values are aligned with what it is that the company is standing for.What you will learn: If you're feeling that your career right now is not hitting the mark, that's not a bad thing. In fact, that's an indication that it is time for you to take action. It's time for you to consider that if this isn't where I'm supposed to be, what is it that I'm supposed to be doing? And a lot of times when we think about it, we feel guilty or what might people think or what might my boss think or what might my colleagues think we sometimes make up stories in our mind. So, we're assuming that people will think and feel a certain way but do we have evidence to support that? Often not. We are accepting our assumptions as fact, and that whole process of accepting your assumptions as facts can be causing you to stay in a place where you don't want to be. There are things that I need to do, there is an impact that I want to make that staying in that particular role will not allow me to fulfill. So, I had to separate myself from that feeling of guilt. If I remove that feeling of guilt and feeling bad that I want more, what would I want to do? I want to encourage you to step into what is the next thing for you, where is it that you want to be going in your career and how is it that you want to navigate your way through versus feeling like there's something wrong with you actually wanting to do things in a different way. There's nothing wrong with it. If you're feeling it, it's okay to feel.Other episodes you may also enjoy:Episode 117: Stop Overlooking Experience And Missing Out On OpportunitiesEpisode 149: You Have What It Takes To Make A Career ChangeTHIS EPISODE IS BOUGHT TO YOU BY THE CAREER CHANGE MAKER PROGRAMThis episode was brought to you by my signature program, the Career Change Maker Program.If you are looking for support with changing career direction, book a suitability call >> https://www.careerchangema
On this week's episode of the KICPOD, Steph and Laura spoke to the incredible Maria Thattil. Maria takes us through her journey of transitioning away from the corporate world and into the limelight where she's making waves a TV personality, keynote speaker, writer and creator. Maria opened up about her relationship with her body, her battle with anxiety and how she found the courage to step out and do something which went against the opinions of those around her. This chat with Maria reminds us to always to believe in ourselves, stick to our guns and battle through our self doubt to become the best and most impactful version of ourselves. SPECIAL GUEST:Maria Thattil SPECIAL SHARES:Steph - Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey & Anatomy of a Scandal on NetflixLaura - Coda on Apple TV KIC UPDATES:Meditate in May with KIC!Win tickets to our Cardio Pilates Party on the 7th of May. Enter here. SPONSOR SHOUTOUT:Shop La Roche-Posay's range of skincare at www.laroche-posay.com.au
#129 - Award-winning educator and neuro-linguistic programming master Brigitta Hoeferle explains how NLP can help you create good relationships, persuade others and sell your ideas.What you'll learn[1:30] Brigitta's experience in teaching the Montessori method and how she became an NLP master.[3:55] What ‘neuro-linguistic programming' (NLP) is.[6:37] The programming side of NLP and how we shape the behaviour of our children.[7:50] How adverts programme us to think a certain way.[10:08] How you can programme yourself to change the way you react.[12:30] How NLP can help your self-development and reframe your childhood experience.[18:43] How your childhood thoughts and upbringing affects who you become.[21:27] How to acknowledge past traumas without obsessing over them and the different strategies to reframe your mindset.[25:36] How NLP can be used as a tool in your interactions with others.[28:12] How parents can use NLP to improve their parenting.[31:29] Techniques to build rapport with your boss and get them to listen to your ideas.[36:48] Areas of NLP to be wary about and what makes NLP different from manipulation.[40:19] The founders of NLP and the science behind it.[41:41] How to find out more about NLP.Resources mentioned in this episode (some of these are affiliate links and we may get a commission in the event that you make a purchase - this helps us to cover our expenses and is at no additional cost to you):The Montessori methodAlbert MehrabianEpisode 117: How to have effective meetings at work - with Mamie Kanfer StewartFrogs Into Princes, Richard BandlerThe Four Agreements, Don Miguel RuizThe Success Patterns ShowFor the show notes for this episode, including a full transcript and links to all the resources mentioned, visit:https://changeworklife.com/how-to-sell-your-ideas-to-your-boss/Re-assessing your career? Know you need a change but don't really know where to start? Check out these two exercises to start the journey of working out what career is right for you!Take me to the exercises!Also, make sure to join the Change Work Life Facebook group and check out the ways you can support the podcast on the Change Work Life Support page.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Guest Stephanie Argamaso knew exactly who she was when she entered college: a quiet perfectionist—to the point of having to write a script for her pizza order to place next to the phone. She majored in environmental science and minored in religion but didn't see herself using those fields after graduation. In order not to have to go home to New York, she stuck around Hanover for a couple extra years and had the fortune to audit a filmmaking class, which sparked her interest. She ended up taking a film bootcamp and getting experience—and an IMDb editing credit—on a feature film. After a little more production work, she realized she would be happier watching and appreciating films than working on them so went back to school for a master's in film studies. She found ways to stay in the industry, though, with various 9 to 5s.Treating her job as just that, however, she has had free time to devote to various pursuits, just for the sake of learning something new. In treating the new experiences—from the mundane to the extraordinary—as learning adventures, she used her beginner's mind to start chipping away at her earlier need at perfectionism.In this episode, find out from Stephanie how saying yes and embracing the beginner's mind can make for an exciting life…on today's Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestStephanie Argamaso works, by day, in the Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting within the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, approving film shoots in the five boroughs. At all other hours, you can find her taking advantage of a new learning opportunity--from sword fighting to pole dancing to being in an all-women's drum line. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Hi everyone and welcome to another episode of The Hard Corps Podcast. In this weeks episode I'm joined by Shelby Whallon, dancer with Los Angeles Ballet and creator of 'The Encore Fund' . We dive deep into why she started it, the struggles dancers face transitioning into other careers, transitioning from Pre-Pro to Pro, donors, funding and fighting to be treated link humans. Thank you Shelby for such a wonderful conversation! You can find Shelby here; @shelbywhallon and The Encore Fund here; Encore Fund Website: www.theencorefund.org Instagram: @theencorefund thank you for listening!
In this short four minute Podcast Snack episode, I read the quote by Jim Curtis and I invite your apply this to your life. This is Jim's morning affirmation in his book The Stimulati Experience. Jim Curtis is the Chief Revenue Officer, Head of Brand and Head Coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN). He has been a wellness pioneer for the last 20 years, helping to develop WebMD, Everyday Health, Remedy Health, HempVet and Modrn Sanctuary. Full Show Notes, Journal Prompts & More: Click hereIf you want to go further & need more support get the Free Show Up Fully Journal & Challenge hereI am excited to hear your thoughts! Please tag me @itscarlacontreras & Jim @jimcurtis1 on Instagram so we can continue the conversation with you. Use the hashtag #showupfullypodcastEat Well,xo Chef CarlaPS: Curious about my Health Coach journey? Listen to this episode
Welcome back to Real Talk with JJ Jara! In this episode, let's peek at the life of Julio Flores months after winning the free mentorship program with JJ. He shares about his learnings that influenced his new habits and mindset. KEY TAKEAWAYS: ▪️ Manifest the Life You Want ▪️ Coaching with JJ: Real-Life Testimonials ▪️ Creating Effective Elevator Pitch ▪️ When the Student is Ready, The Teacher will Appear ▪️ The Power of Self-Image ▪️ Commitments are Non-negotiable ▪️ The Value of Visualizing Your Future Self ▪️ Learnings from Mentorship with JJ Enjoy, JJ Jara ---------------- FOLLOW JJ JARA ON HIS SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: www.instagram.com/thejj.jara/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/juan.jara.3150807 Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/jjtherealtor4u
Thanks to the pandemic, the world is sensitized to the normalcy of career change - in fact there's probably an expectation of career change. But for those of us over 40, there's still some hesitation to making a move. You may feel that you've invested so much to get to the point of where you are now that the most difficult thing is how do you have your next chapter without it. That's ok, it's a challenge we all face, (we wouldn't be human if we didn't), but let me share with you 7 things I believe you should be considering in the process. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sign up for my weekly newsletter to receive information and advice for the Woman of Color who wants more from their career https://janicesutherland.ck.page/newsletter ____________________________________ FIND ME ON: Official Website | https://www.janicesutherland.com Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/iamjanicesutherland LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamjanicesutherland Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/This_Woman_Can YouTube Channel | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx3J9vmdKueDI0Mbks4qftg Janice Sutherland helps frustrated, #midcareer, professional black women re-align their careers while staying true to their values and personal and professional priorities. #thiswomancan #careertransition #careerpivot
Amanda and Kara acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land of which we are on today, the Yugambeh language people. We would also like to pay our respects to Elders past and present. Hi there! This week we've got another Unprofessional Opinions episode up and, of course, we are so excited to share! In this episode we discuss our thoughts on new tattoos/piercings, if your partner being friends with their ex is a red flag and our favourite podcasts, and also chat about career change and casual sex. Where to find us: BUY HONESTY HOUR HERE: https://www.tbhthepodcast.com/shop/p/honesty-hour Join the FB community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1817527805073542/ Follow To Be Honest on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tbh.pod/ Follow Kara on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kararready/ Follow Amanda on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amandaducks/ Email: email@example.com
Episode 82 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their guest interview with world renowned sex expert and best-selling author Tracey Cox. As one of the world's foremost writers on sex and relationships , Tracey Cox has toured the world as an international sex, body language and relationship expert. She has appeared on Oprah, CNN and The Today Show in the U.S., as well as many prime-time TV and chat shows world-wide.Tracey has written 17 books. They include many bestsellers like HOT SEX and SUPERSEX and are available in 140 countries, translated into over 20 languages. Her academic background is in psychology and journalism and she's counseled via the media for decades. She has a weekly column with the MailOnline (Daily Mail) – the world's largest English speaking news website.Born in the UK, Tracey grew up in Australia where she was Associate Editor of COSMOPOLITAN Magazine and had a weekly national radio show. She moved back to London to host her first television series and went on to make numerous programs both in the UK and the U.S. about sex and relationships. They include the popular prime-time series WOULD LIKE TO MEET (BBC and Discovery) and THE SEX INSPECTORS (CH4 and HBO).Tracey teamed up with one of the world's most popular sex toy retailers, Lovehoney, to create sex toys that look great, work effectively and come with full instructions in stylish packaging. EDGE is for men who want to boost their sexual confidence and performance, SUPERSEX is for anyone who wants maximum sexual satisfaction and more intense orgasms.Her latest book GREAT SEX STARTS AT 50 is reassuring, honest, funny, and most of all empowering, GREAT SEX STARTS AT 50 is the must-have sex and relationships book for men and women hitting half a century with little sign of slowing down. The book is for those who love sex or dread it, used to love it but have lost enthusiasm, or never got what all the fuss was about but would like to. She can be heard weekly on her live radio show THE TRACEY COX SHOW on JACK Radio, which is also available on all major podcast platforms. Tracey is married, is a mom to a step-daughter, and lives in Notting Hill, London.Also on Episode 82, Wendi and Dfernando talk about Wendi's new BIG LOTS campaign and her unearthing old video tapes of her work on The Groundlings as well as a country music video she appeared in from the early 2000s. On the RIPE REPORT, Dfernando has Julie Cohen and Betsy West's new Julia Child documentary JULIA (now streaming on Amazon Prime), that is a perfect way to prepare for the new HBO Max limited series JULIA (starring England's Sarah Lancashire). Also, Wendi has 2 RIPES this week: Roc Skincare Micro Needle Patches, and SNL alumni and actress Molly Shannon's newly released autobiography HELLO, MOLLY!Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Tracey Cox and her Twitter and just about anything else here. Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Learn the 12 obvious signs that you're ready to make an exciting change in midlife. It's funny how obvious the signs are, but also how easy it is to ignore them. Learn more: https://suzyrosensteing.com/ep247-12-obvious-signs-that-youre-ready-for-an-exciting-change/
Kara Nicole Bitar holds a Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law and practiced high-stakes corporate litigation at one of the largest law firms in the Southeast. While practicing law, she realized that despite having what is deemed a high level of success, many people were unhappy, stressed out, worn out, unhealthy and lacking in a love and excitement for life. Kara now combines the dedication and commitment that it took to become a successful attorney, real-life training in what it takes to succeed at high-levels, and extensive research, experience and training in how to optimize our lives, to help individuals excel in their professional and creative endeavors, be energized and excited about life, and experience their full potential. She does this through Optimization Programs she developed, Coaching and teaching Kundalini Yoga. Kara is a KRI Certified Instructor of Kundalini Yoga, Reiki Master, Certified ThetaHealing® Practitioner and Certified SoulRealignment® Practitioner.Website: https://www.karanicolebitar.com/