What do you do when you need to generate income but the available jobs don't include any of the three critical components of meaningful, purposeful and profitable work? Episode #849 September 23, 2022 Questions: 1. What are some careers, both traditional and entrepreneurial that a high "I" person on the DISC profile would excel at? 2. How can we motivate and keep our older employees? 3. I'm 56 and just lost my job. I'd like to never work for someone else, ever again. 4. I'm 56 - just started a new job. The work is not my passion, doesn't utilize my talents, it certainly doesn't make much money, and there is also no future advancement. Get direct links to the resources mentioned on this podcast, including my Goal Setting Worksheet, in the podcast show notes at https://www.48days.com/trapped-in-a-job/ Submit your Questions to: https://www.48days.com/askdan/ If I use your question we'll send you an autographed copy of 48 Days to the Work You Love
Do You Feel (UN)Appreciated?What To Do When You Feel Unappreciated - Matthew KellyGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribeVideo Transcript:“Do you feel appreciated? It's horrible to feel taken for granted. When our efforts go unacknowledged, we can feel invisible, unloved, and unappreciated. And yet, the great majority of people feel unappreciated by at least one of the most important people in their lives.So, what can you do if you feel unappreciated? There are an unlimited number of ways to express appreciation, so the first thing is to explore your assumption. They may not be expressing their appreciation in words, but they may be expressing it in other ways. If you feel unappreciated, take a moment and consider if they are expressing their appreciation in a way you have not considered. If you still believe someone important in your life does not appreciate you, speak up. It is difficult, but essential for your mental health and happiness. There is always the chance that a person is unaware that you don't feel appreciated. And if someone you love felt that way toward you, wouldn't you want to know? Simply by drawing their attention to it, you give them the chance to point out the ways they do express their appreciation and provide the opportunity for them to express their appreciation more going forward. If you feel taken for granted, if you don't feel appreciated, speak up, share how you are feeling.One of the reasons it is so important to say something is because if you do not process these feelings of being unappreciated in a healthy way they will almost certainly turn into feelings of anger and resentment. It's not fair to you or to the other person to harbor these feelings in secret.It is of course possible that none of that will work. Unfortunately, some people only begin to appreciate who you are and what you do for them if you stop. Sometimes you have to take a break and sometimes you have to stop forever, depending on how dysfunctional the situation is. But when the situation is one of chronic disregard and lack of appreciation, stop doing what you feel is unappreciated for a day, a week, a month, as long as it takes to get the person's honest attention. Another mistake we are in danger of making when we don't feel appreciated is to focus on those feelings and forget to express our appreciation for others. You know how it feels when you go to great effort and nobody notices. It can be incredibly disheartening.Express your appreciation to the people in your life and the strangers that pass through your life. There are hundreds of ways to do it. Find a way that works for you. Some people like to speak their appreciation, others are more comfortable writing letters. A kind word of encouragement, a hug that lasts a little longer than usual, a small gift, a note, buying someone lunch, small acts of service, spending quality time with people, are all ways to signal to people “I see you. I appreciate you. I am grateful for the ways you make my life a little easier and enjoyable.” And one last thing… Be specific when you express your appreciation. Rather than saying, “I appreciate all you do for me” say “One of the things I really appreciate is how you…” Name something specific that you appreciate.”If you have not read LIFE IS MESSY, order your copy today: https://amzn.to/2TTgZKn Subscribe to Matthew's YouTube Channel today! https://www.youtube.com/c/MatthewKellyAuthor/featured?sub_confirmation=1https://www.matthewkelly.comGet Matthew's 60 Second Wisdom delivered to your inbox: https://www.matthewkelly.com/subscribe The Best Version of Yourself and 60 Second Wisdom are registered trademarks.#MatthewKelly #BestVersionOfYourself #BestVersion #ThoughtLeader
Brian Kramer of Cars.com shares with us how he's gotten out of his comfort zone with his new position!https://youtu.be/A55xyPAwoMcWarm welcome and BIG THANKS to Brian for joining us today!BE THE 1ST TO KNOW. LIKE and FOLLOW HERE (only those on LinkedIn and YouTube will get all shorts and full episodes!) www.linkedin.com/company/fixed-ops-marketinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTnKyqx75musTPUMPMWUBkwSee more episodes: www.fixedopsmarketing.com/wtfJoin Managing Partner and Host, Russell B. Hill and Charity Dunning, Co-Host and Chief Marketing Officer of FixedOPS Marketing, as we discuss life, automotive, and the human journey in WTF?!#podcast #automotive #fixedops #dealership #marketing #sales #parts #service #fixedoperations #video
On today's episode of Big Joe & Laura, we get into the holiday spirit for Talk Like A Pirate Day. Big Joe lets us know that his dog, Paddington, does some interesting things. Listen to find out more.
Are you job hunting and you want to know how you can get an edge on your competition? Or perhaps you're happy with the job that you're in but is it time to start pushing for more pay? In this episode, I give you five of my favourite tips for when you are looking for a change in career (or pay band) and you want to make sure you have everything you need to succeed - tried and true - because these tips helped me almost double my salary in a year.CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT 1:1 COACHING WITH ME MY DESKBIRD STANDING DESK IS AVAILABLE AT www.deskbird.co.nz. USE MY DISCOUNT CODE "MIHI" AT CHECKOUT FOR $40 OFF!Click HERE to download my FREE weekly habit tracker that will help you stay focused on your glow up. Your habit tracker contains a space to write down your focus for the week & five habits that you want to incorporate into your week, with daily trackers & a reflection space to write in once you get to the end of the week.Click HERE to access my digital workbook, dedicated to helping you understand yourself better.Visit my website https://www.mihisorensen.com for more informationCome and chat to me on my socials:https://www.instagram.com/mihisorensenhttps://www.tiktok.com/@mihisorensen
In our first ever 'solo' episode (as Sriram says - 'we don't have a guest, but we have...each other'), Aarthi and Sriram talk about how to successfully onboard a new employee - both from the employer's perspective and for the new employee. And also, how to handle that first 1:1 with your manager, and the different tactics for onboarding for small startups vs bigger companies. And finally, how to think about promotions at work.
So, you went through all that trouble to get your new offer and your first day on the job is coming up. How do you start a new job on the right foot? On today's episode, Al Dea (Founder of Betterwork Labs), shares a few best practices for new employees who are starting a brand new job. We discuss the following: Why "hitting the ground running" isn't always the best idea when starting a new job Why being in listening mode can help you build trust with your new colleagues Why you should identify the "weak ties" that will still impact your day to day work How to have a powerful 1:1 conversation with your new manager so that you can avoid working style issues down the road -- Get Priscilla's FREE "Jumpstart Your Job Search" Course HERE. Interested in working with Priscilla 1:1? Sign up for a FREE 1-Hour Consult here. Follow Priscilla on IG at: priscillabulcha
Karen Steals My New Job!Welcome to another episode of r/entitledparents stories with mr redder, formerly known as mr reddit.These r/entitled parents stories from Reddit are the top posts of all time and are the funniest Reddit stories ever posted on the entitled parents subreddit! rSlash EntitledParents stories are about funny entitled parents, but especially Karen!Listening to r/mrreddit entitled parents playlist is a great experience! These EntitledParents Top Posts of All Time from Reddit are made for you to enjoy any time, so be sure to save my rSlash entitledparents playlist to your favorites!While there are many rslash channels that read r/entitled parents stories and r/prorevenge from reddit, each narrator has their own way of performing them.Because most of my audience prefers Entitled Parents stories of Reddit, I tend to just stick with reading the r/EntitleParents Top Posts of All Time.Subscribe to Mr Redder for daily Reddit stories. I post comedy readings of Reddit posts and Reddit stories every single day! I'm greatly inspired by the top reddit posts of all time videos and reddit stories which is why I started doing them myself.
OMG! We can't believe its been a year... or can we? Not another failed Youtuber podcast ... LOL. In this episode we cover what has happened and changed this year, Colleen Hoover, and have a ton of laughs along the way. Our instagram: https://instagram.com/fridays.atfive Grace's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lipsticksndlattes/ Chelsea's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseamcnulty_/
New Morning Mix listeners shared new job catastrophes. Not everyone wins, and some come in second place, listeners tell us about the agony of defeat. It's the school talent show, find out how what happens when you forget the lyrics or lose your pants. Listen to The Morning Mix weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9FM The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Here we are joined by Google Payments Product Manager, Ethan Harry. He will be covering every part of the PM interview including product design, product strategy, analytical skills, and technical aptitude. If you want a crash course prep for your next interview, look no further.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here.Want to see how users experience your website or app? FullStory's award-winning platform gathers data on user experiences in real-time, allowing product teams to better understand issues and successes in aggregate. Get started at fullstory.com.
Whether you've been job searching for months or you have just started, I encourage you to press reset, sharpen your focus and go through the list of critical success factors mentioned in this episode. Make sure you are reviewing and addressing them every day during your transition. I hope that by being strategic and building a healthy job search routine, you will - like my clients - have a shorter learning curve, and great career growth that leads to the best possible outcome for you in 2022. Podcast Episode Timestamps: 04:41- 1. Understand who you are as a professional and what you offer to employers. 06:25- 2. Ask yourself, what industry, sector, and organizations do you want to work for? 10:03 - 3. Once you identify your preferred industry, find out what hiring managers value about your knowledge, qualifications, experience, and skills. 12:01- 4. Find a coach to support your transition - or at least a mentor. 15:29 - 5. Know your values. Links mentioned in this episode: The Job Hunting Podcast Episode 76: How the vaccine rollout will get us back to work, and what we can learn and do now to prevent a future global crisis - featuring Israeli entrepreneurial ecosystem builder Amir Eldad. The Job Hunting Podcast Episode 71: Moving lanes: Making career changes without going backward, featuring Donna Burr. Free Resource: Optimized Job Search Schedule. Link to all my services and free resources. Other ways to enjoy the podcast: Download a transcript of this episode Read the full blog in the podcast website About your host: Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. A free resource for job hunters: The Optimized Job Search Schedule. Learn more about my career services: www.renatabernarde.com. Book a time to discuss 1-1 coaching and achieve your goals faster Or please email me at email@example.com. --------- Host: Renata Bernarde Editing: Camille Cariño Music: Scott Holmes Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org The Job Hunting Podcast is a podcast by Pantala Pty Ltd. Pantala acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Bunurong people. We pay our respects to their Elder's past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Pulling over the Sheriff's wife might land a new deputy in big trouble. Should he let her go or stand his ground? Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Arresting the Sheriff’s Wife first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
Ya, it's hard to do something you don't know how to do....I answer a listener's questions on how to figure out what goods or services your community wants or needs and how to get started. The listener shares a great business startup tool everyone should have on there phone.Recommendations:Primer: https://www.yourprimer.com/Reider's Blog: trostereiret.noSupport The Show On: Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/workatwoodworkAffiliate Links:Taylor Tools: https://lddy.no/19h9vUnitel Voice VOIP- https://unitelvoice.grsm.io/2nio74g7myc5Working At Woodworking Podcast hopes to encourage and provide information to amateur woodworkers who dream about turning their hobby into a full-time or part-time business, and to help current business owners succeed. Business coaching is available at reasonable rates. Sound effects from: http://www.freesfx.co.ukContact:For more information or to support WAW, visit the website at https://www.workingatwoodworking.comQuestions, comments, and complaints can be sent to email@example.com or call 812-325-9823.Support the show
Dealing with a career change can be an interesting process. It can feel exciting and risky at the same time. It's not always an easy decision and can take time to reach a conclusion. In today's episode co-hosts JayJay and Kendra sat down to chat about their recent career changes. Tune in as they share what they learned and their top tips for navigating the process. What we talked about: Taking skills from past jobs into new positions. Dealing with salary negotiations. Giving yourself grace in a new position. Recognizing your emotions when changing careers and identifying what you need to be successful in your new position. Mental health in the workplace. Links mentioned in this episode: Enneagram Test Today's Hosts: Follow JayJay on Instagram @withjaybraggs Follow Kendra on Instagram @kendrajayy Final Thoughts: Join our Patreon Follow us on Instagram @theorangecollab Join The Orange Collab Community on Facebook Connect with us online at www.theorangecollab.com Don't forget to like, review, and subscribe to the podcast.
Join us for AJ Truman's Barkeep and the Bro, an HEA (Happily Ever After) M/M romance novel featuring an age gap, self-discovery, a zucchini that *opens a lot of doors* and quite the Bear on Frat Bro action! Talks of college, finance, and the economy are worth it, we promise!Are you looking for people just living their lives, and learning their way without all the /panic/? We were too, and this is where we found it.Come with us, we're going on an adventuuureee Chaarrrlliieee- it's candy mountain, Charlie; name: Mitch.Moral of the Story: When a bunk deal goes bad, bunk up with a Bear baby!Safe word: Mai ThaisTriggers: Dirty fraternity house bathrooms, the realities of partying too hard (vomit), and truths about fending off creeps!
Brian Hamm is the new Head Men's Baseball Coach at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. He joins Yale after winning a Division III championship with Eastern Connecticut State University. Coach Hamm joins Dan Guttenplan and Matt Feld to discuss his new job and what winning means to him.
Get CME Here: https://earnc.me/vLC0aE If you're spending your time doing one thing, then you can't spend that time doing something else—and, in many cases, there will be a cost to that kind of circumstance. But what exactly is that cost, and how may it impact your life? In this episode, I am going to be diving into the cost of doing a fellowship or retraining in a new specialty if you're already working as an anesthesiologist. Learn more: https://apmsuccess.com/161 Watch the video: https://apmsuccess.com/161v
The first month at a new job can be both exhilarating and overwhelming. There's so much to do and learn, and you want to make a good impression on your new colleagues. Here are six things you should do during your first month on the job.
It's part 2 of my Summer of Growth recap! This episode it's about my New Season, my Spiritual Awakening with God, my New Job, my New Mindset! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shermonicia-slaughter/message
Season four is all about the various scams and frauds you need to be aware of while on your financial journey. In this season we will discuss scams, pyramid schemes, predatory practices and more. Today we're talking about Employment Scams and the red flags to avoid them. Submit your question to be discussed on the podcast or a story, here. *Student Loan Update* What is a job scam? What are the different versions of job scams? How do scammers make these jobs sound appealing? What happens if you fall for a job scam? What are the red flags? How to avoid these scams? This month's newsletter was sponsored by Sand Dollar Soapery. Use code BGBPerk for a 10% discount between September 1st and 10th. Government Jobs Report Scams to the FTC Report Scams to Your State Attorney General
Eric Rud has been a hockey coach since 1999, but he will get an opportunity to do something brand new this fall. Rud will be coaching one of his children. He was named the head coach of the USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede on Aug. 18, replacing Rob Rassey, who was named an assistant coach at the University of Michigan. Rud will take over a Stampede team that includes his son, Max, an 18-year-old defenseman. The Stampede have won the USHL's Clark Cup as playoff champions three times and are one of the top draws in the league, but have struggled the last two seasons. Rud talks about the challenges of his new job, describes the differences between college and junior hockey coaching and shares some SCSU memories on this episode of the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten. For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.
Getting a New Job as an Immigrant to Becoming an Entrepreneur Helping Others - Angelina Spadaro - Episode 121 Angelina Spadaro, Founder of CAN.Link.People and has over 15 years of HR experience including reviewing over 70,000 resumes and interviewing thousands of candidates. In this conversation, Angelina discusses helping new immigrants land jobs in North America. She uses her experiences being an immigrant and working in her corporate positions to help other immigrants land their 1st job in their field in North America.
This episode is dedicated to starting the new school year as we break down how to effectively & efficiently step into a new job, a new district, or just a new year! We also discuss the strategy of carrying a water-bottle around with you all day long... Music by: Brandon Payne (https://www.facebook.com/thatpaynefulmusic) Artwork by: Jonathan Fye (https://www.instagram.com/jonathanfye/)
Here's a little life update for you! It's a long one, but an honest one. God has been closing doors for me, and while it is hurtful, I know He is making way for something great. I'm thankful for God's grace, love, and protection over me. He loves YOU, too!!
Wes began his new job as manager of volunteer services in December 2019 and as the new head of volunteer services, had to almost immediately send volunteers, ones he didn't get to know well, home. In part 1 of this interview, Wes chats about his experiences, including:That initial shock.The suspension and not knowing what would ultimately happen.How do you introduce yourself and say, "Hi, BTW, stay home."Nurturing the personalities you've not gotten to know yet.Am I the bad guy?Involve the volunteers in everything you can, like training.Make volunteers feel like they're still here.How a former career may have helped-what skills transferred over.A forced rebuild.New protocols.Eliminate roles or find adjacent roles.Change management.Volunteers "aging out."The challenging conversations-sandwich anyone?Wes' bio:I was born and grew up in the panhandle of Florida, just north of some of the most beautiful beaches in world. My first job at local radio station found me while in high school. (Believe me, as a shy kid, radio was the last thing I expected to work in!). After 13 years, I transitioned into my first volunteer leadership position at a small hospital on Florida's gulf coast. It was there my love for this field truly took off. I moved into nonprofit multi-state event volunteerism for a short while before finding my current position with a large health system covering Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Here, I manage the volunteer programs for four hospitals, including the system's flagship medical center and only children's hospital. The job didn't start out the way I planned, with the COVID-19 pandemic beginning shortly after. Nevertheless, it has been an experience full of possibilities and new and exciting challenges to overcome. I like to consider myself a "helper to the helpers," serving those who give so selflessly of their time and energy to move our mission forward. I can't wait to see what lies ahead for volunteerism, not just in my small corner of the world, but for all of us who are fortunate enough to call this field home. If you have any questions or would just like to connect, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email Nicole directly: email@example.comSee the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW (Don't forget to subscribe!)Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at: www.precisionchoreo.com/registrationFacebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultantTwitter: @youthinkpodBook a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.orgSponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, TumbltrakNicole Co-Owns My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia Sacramone Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkprSound Engineer: Keith Larsen
Who to call first when you need a new job: Recruiter or Career Coach? What is the difference between recruiters and career coaches? These are some of the questions we addressed in this interesting interview with two recruiters, which was recorded live on LinkedIn, YouTube, and Facebook a few weeks ago. Timestamps: 8:30 What is the role of a recruiter? 16:00 How do recruiters deal with the differentiation of somebody who has been a client and now needs a job? 22:49 Feeling that the recruiter has ghosted you. 32:57 Why is my job application not converting to a job interview? 39:49 That lack of transparency in recruitment and selection. 41:24 The challenge of returning to your home country and looking for work. 45:54 Things executive job candidates can do before they approach a recruiter for a chat. Or should they even come to see you for a chat? 47:59 Can recruiters tell the difference between a job candidate that has done career coaching and one that hasn't? Other ways to enjoy this podcast: Read the full blog on the podcast website Download a transcript of this episode About your host: Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. A free resource for job hunters: The Optimized Job Search Schedule. Learn more about my career services: www.renatabernarde.com. Book a time to discuss 1-1 coaching and achieve your goals faster Or please email me at email@example.com. --------- Host: Renata Bernarde Editing: Camille Cariño Music: Scott Holmes Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org The Job Hunting Podcast is a podcast by Pantala Pty Ltd. Pantala acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Bunurong people. We pay our respects to their Elder's past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Story Time for Kids: The Berenstain Bears and Mama's New Job by Stan & Jan Berenstain --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/story83/support
If you've worked before, you probably understand the term called "probationary period" which is more or less the talking stage of a romantic relationship. Traditionally, companies assess the performance of their new employees to see if everything they claimed in their resume and during their recruitment process is indeed true. In this episode, I shared some tips on how to thrive during your probation period after starting your new job. Best believe, you've got this, so show 'em what you've got! Enjoy this episode :) Love, Ololade
Bill reveals his personal experiences using only Open Source software to get a new job. From resume and application through providing ID and other documents, he uses only open source software on Linux. He also provides some tips for job seekers. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #429 · Using Open Source Software to get a new job 02:52 Open source operating system(s) 04:12 Open source applications 04:36 Online resources 05:02 Quirks with Firefox, not with Chromium 09:32 No FAX required 10:50 Comparison of Linux vs. Windows or macOS experience 12:13 LibreOffice 16:58 MS Office Online is crippled 18:56 Paid vs. free Office apps 22:59 GIMP to crop and straighten pictures of ID and other cards 27:09 Tips for job seekers 28:53 Summary 34:08 goinglinux.com, email@example.com, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe 35:06 End
Welcome back to another episode of the Minnesota Vikings Podcast. This week's guest, Cornerback Akayleb Evans, joins Tatum Everett and Gabe Henderson to discuss what his first NFL home preseason game felt like (17:20), the competition at his position group (18:40), what it feels like to be at his new “job” (22:10), and the power of social media (24:40). Also, the preseason is wrapping up and the Vikings are making moves. Producer Jay Nelson joins to talk with Tatum and Gabe about the acquisition of QB Nick Mullens (4:10), what the trade may mean for the quarterback room (5:40), the importance of the 3rd preseason game this Saturday in Denver (13:45) and which players have flashed so far in the first two preseason games (14:30). All of this and more is in Episode 160 of the Minnesota Vikings Podcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a story of resilience, hard work, faith, and obedience. Carla this weeks tells her story from 2015 being fired from her finance to being hired to be the female voice of her city in the SAME BUILDING!!!!
In this episode of the Foxx Den Sports Podcast, the Foxx Den talk about the following Topics: Kellen's New Job in Atlanta Gannon's 1st Week at Harding Garrett's "lost" group text messages Kevin Durant makes up with the Brooklyn Nets Dallas Cowboys worth $8 BILLION Can the Dallas Cowboys repeat at NFC East Champions? What record would make us happy for the Oklahoma Sooners? Special Guest Gannon's Roommate Isaiah Phelps makes another appearance --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, I take you four months back when I was getting ready to move for a job in NYC. I asked my good friend Serge to come over to ask me any questions related to the move.We talked about my process of leaving Bank of America, the new job expectations, my fears, and the company that I just joined.Just in case you are unaware of it, I have an instagram page where I post motivational quotes and other good stuff. I am also on Linkedin too!If you want to connect with Serge on Linkedin, Click HERE!If you like this podcast, feel free to rate it or leave a feedback. Thanks for the love and the support!
On episode 104 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Madeline Laurano, Jessica Lee, and Tim Sackett come together to discuss catalogs, the follow-up to The Great Recession, and Tesla's latest drama. Listen below and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (iTunes) and follow (Spotify)! 2:15 - Does anyone still get catalogs? Tim and Madeline still get tons sent to their houses. 4:30 - Tim thinks that a mailer would work well as a recruitment tactic, even better than email or texting. 5:15 - Tim shares a story that he's going to put in his book! You heard it here first, folks. 8:30 - Tim's story revolves around a marketing study where they asked a community what the top realtor in their area was. They created a fake realtor, did some marketing, and then re-asked the community who the top realtor is. 10:00 - Studies are showing that a large number of people who left their jobs during The Great Resignation are regretting their decision to leave their previous position. Madeline thinks that these shifts were pay driven and people didn't take into account other factors. 13:40 - Tim said he had regrets when he left Applebee's. Although it seemed like the right decision, he felt the repercussion of the decision almost instantly. 20:30 - Tim was at SHRM a few weeks ago and a lot of the discussions had “The Great Recession” in their title. 21:30 - Tesla and Elon Musk are tracking office attendance by following the “office ID swipe ins”. If you can't come in, employees are supposed to email in a message that they won't be in office today. Tim thinks this is draconian and feels very similar to calling in sick for your kids at school. 24:45 - Tim says that he's embarrassed by the amount of people he's had to fire by “pulling swipes”. 30:00 - JLee hired someone recently that was affected by the Tesla layoffs and the new hire said that the reports of the layoffs are pretty accurate. 33:00 - JLee mentions how often when layoffs are happening, HR professionals are given scripts for legal reasons but there are ways to make it seem more human and empathetic. 36:30 - Madeline was a part of an analyst firm where there were secret talks about layoffs and she felt like they handled it poorly in comparison to JLee's Marriot example.
What would your life be like if you took an adult gap year? Are there things you'd like to say no to? How can you be the best father and bring yourself joy? “Where do I find my self-worth?” A common question asked when meeting someone new is, “What do you do?” For decades workers were able to find their answer and self-worth in how and to whom they sold their labor. However, it seems that through the Great Resignation, the mindset of finding one's self-worth through a job is going the way of the typewriter or the fax machine in the office. Data is showing that the Great Resignation is less about money and more about lifestyle choices and asking for respect by workers. 57% of those surveyed in a February 2022 Pew Research Center poll cited they “felt disrespected at work” for the reasoning behind their resignation. In addition, a MIT Sloan Management Review article that analyzed one million Glassdoor reviews stated that “Toxic Culture” - in particular feeling disrespected in the workplace - was “ten times more important than compensation in predicting turnover.” Like many others, Roger has found that intentionally living out his life through the completion of items on my bucket list brings him the self-worth he was seeking that a job no longer fulfills. Here are three benefits (plus two bonus benefits) to self-worth that one can find through crossing items off a bucket list: You decide what brings you joy You feel pride through accomplishments you chose You build confidence having your own stories to share Bonus Benefits You become motivated and excited about life You get outside of your bubble Roger is a member of the Great Resignation. In October of 2021, after a heart attack and thirty plus years in the youth development/teaching field, he quit his position to take an “Adult Gap Year.” During this time he traveled and lived around the globe, crossing items off his bucket list and encouraged others to do the same. During this time he also started a podcast called The Crossing It Off Podcast, where he interviews individuals living with intention through items they have crossed off their lists that have experienced these benefits as well. Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Roger Williams is a writer, podcaster, adventurer, and Head Crosser Offer of his bucket list. After more than 30 years working in the youth development and teaching field, a year in quarantine, and two heart attacks, Roger embarked on an adult gap year to prioritize a life in which he is known not by his professional work, but by the way he lives his life and the people he grows relationships with. During his gap year he completed a three month solo journey traveling around the world to cross items off his bucket list, inspiring others to do the same. Pew Research Center findings: https://pewrsr.ch/3hVWMfr MIT Sloan Management Review: https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/toxic-culture-is-driving-the-great-resignation/ Connect with Roger https://crossingitoffpodcast.com/ Connect with Reena bettercalldaddy.com linked.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts twitter.com/reenareena instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and drop a five star star review podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy
Fingers crossed is BACK for one night only as we reunite on our long awaited trip to Kristee's childhood fixation town: Concord, New Hampshire. Not only are they recapping the roller coaster ride of the places they stumbled on and the characters they met along the way, they are also catching you up on the roller coaster ride they've been on in the past few months since the last episode including processing breakups and finding new jobs. Hope you enjoy this fun and fated bonus episode, and keep your fingers crossed! @kristeevetter @sierramichellegreen --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fingers-crossed8/message