Aileen and Glenda tackle the dreaded topic of performance reviews in a way that is –– against all odds–– interesting and entertaining. Their research shines a light on HOW and WHY performance reviews were created in the first place, how they've evolved since then, and where they're headed now in this weird COVID era.Don't miss this episode that can be a definite icebreaker for your next awkward meeting.You can dive deeper into the article we discussed during this episode by clicking on this link:https://hbr.org/2016/10/the-performance-management-revolution
Jason Lengstorf joins us to talk about his role as VP of Developer Experience at Netlify, building corporate communities, live streams, and how to avoid burnout. Listen now. Links https://twitter.com/jlengstorf https://www.learnwithjason.dev https://www.netlify.com https://www.partycorgi.com https://explorers.netlify.com https://jamstack.org/community https://www.jason.af Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us @PodRocketpod (https://twitter.com/PodRocketpod) What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today. (https://logrocket.com/signup/?pdr) Special Guest: Jason Lengstorf.
Today's episode is all about the busy-ness of being a working mum with a family. Just being a mother can take a lot of time on its own making sure all the children are taken care of, but when you throw work and a career in the mix, things can get a little hectic, which is why today we wanted to talk about some of the things Rosie does to deal with being so busy. Having your house in order will make life so much easier, and if you have too much stuff, get rid of it, which will free up more of your time and energy because you won't have to worry about it, or spend the time putting things away. Say yes to things that empower and that are productive to increase your time. Invest in yourself and spend time around or listening to people whose lives you want to mimic to pick up and develop the traits that they have and habits they practice. Having a house of order 1:18Laundry 4:09Increasing your time 9:18Your wellness 11:26Journal to joy 16:19“The easiest way to have order in your home, and I hate to say this again, but it's to have less things in it and a place for everything.” “Minimalism!” “So let's think, if you have a big house, or you have a small teeny tiny apartment, you are better off having less things and a place for everything. Now the reason this is important is if you want to delegate or outsource, when someone comes in to tidey or put order to your house, they know where to put everything and you know where to find it.” 1:42https://www.theirishmummy.com/journal-to-joy/https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/https://www.theirishmummy.com
Ecommerce marketing master, Ezra Firestone is on the show! Ezra & the guys talk about everything and anything ecommerce, personal life and overall entrepreneur/lifestyle balance! This is a direct transcript. Please forgive any grammar or spelling errors. Kevin: Hey everyone. And thanks for joining us on another episode of Ecommerce Uncensored is episode […] The post EU240: Replay: Ezra Firestone – Work/Life Balance and Success appeared first on eCommerce Uncensored.
This week, Charlotte Collins, Sherri Andrew, Heather Steele and Georgina Blaskey discuss holiday plans for the season ahead, including Rome recommendations and skiing tips, plus share their latest favourite reads and TV watches - including a seriously good new Netflix film. Plus, Heather chats House of Gucci, the team share fancy dress suggestions, and they discuss their top tips for winding down and switching off. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode of Leading Simple, we're joined by Andy Wood. Andy has been the lead pastor of Echo Church in Northern California for the past 13 years, and has learned a lot of lessons along the way. You'll get to hear him talk about what he'd do differently during COVID, leading a multi-site church through the pandemic, and finding a sense of work-life balance.
In this episode, Alex and Jason tackle the micro aspects of Leadership as a bridge between you as leaders to your followers as co-creators of your leadership. You are in control of everything within your Free Will and Personal Responsibility. You are a Catalyst of Creation itself. Let us join them as they lead us into Creational Leadership. www.higherdensityliving.com
We want to hear from you! We are giving away Three $50 Visa Gift cards for the top three submissions!The rules are as follows:Email us your name and address at email@example.com Send us your episode suggestion, why you listen to WTF and what's the best thing you have learned from the podcast!We are excited to hear from everyone and do a little giveaway prior to our 100th episode!In this episode the gang discusses how remote work has changed and defined our growing economy. During COVID-19 last year 69% of the work force was working from home during the pandemic. Work from home life has changed in a lot of companies from being a privilege to an expectation.
Brigitte Richard was born and raised in Nürnberg, Germany and has been a potter for 38 years. There Brigitte completed a three year pottery apprenticeship and worked in a ceramic studio for several years. Brigitte is now a studio artist focusing on functional ceramics in San Antonio, Texas.
Increasingly, we're living in a knowledge and service economy where your ability to learn, your ability to be creative, and your ability to solve problems depends wholly on your ability to crowd out distractions and lock into moments of flow. Clearly, flow is important. But how can we cultivate it? Adam Grant, Organizational Psychologist at Wharton, New York Times Bestselling Author, and Host of the TED podcast WorkLife, joins the show to talk about flow—a recurring theme that runs throughout his work—and what it means for the modern workplace. We discuss: - The role flow plays in a positive employee experience - The effect of remote work on the quest for meaningful productivity and flow - How technology can cause burnout but also be the cure for it - Advice for adapting to a evolving industry Mentioned during the podcast: - Think Again - How to stop languishing and start finding flow For more amazing DEX content, including podcasts, articles and exclusive research, head over to the DEX Hub (dex.nexthink.com) To hear more interviews like this one, subscribe to the Digital Employee Experience Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your preferred podcast platform. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Digital Employee Experience in your favorite podcast player.
In this episode, the couple discusses how Skills is feeling when CC forgets to include him when she gets herself coffee or food. This brings up the question, in a relationship is it your partner's responsibility to include you when they are getting food themselves? CC & Skills discuss one of the many things they have in common, growing up in church. Find out which one of them loved going to church and which one of them could not wait to any longer be forced to go. Supporting Small Business: WiggzWorks Publishing / Author Rob WiggzChildren's Picture Book, "Good Veggie, Bad Veggie, I Hate All Veggies". www.wiggzworks.com
Jason Tiger (@tiger) is the founder & CEO of Bubble Universe (@bubbles). A brand on a mission and trajectory to disrupt the bubble industry. Jason Tiger, who has always loved bubbles, began his career working at the world's largest bubble toy company. After analyzing the industry as a whole, he wanted to improve the overall safety conditions of manufacturing and ingredients in bubbles, while also making bubbles more fun for all. His ultimate goal for Bubble Universe is to revolutionize how kids, adults and pets, experience safe bubbles forever. Bubble Lick has introduced the world's most over the top safe, sensory driven, fun bubble brands made in the USA, while prioritizing eco-friendly sourcing of materials and an emphasis on giving back. EPISODE SUMMARY: How Jason's background working in the toy industry for years in China led him to this business venture All things BRAND DISRUPTION and tapping into long-lasting industry's, "if it aint broke don't fix it mentality" proven wrong How to build a strong team and company culture in your business How to achieve a strong work/life balance while in the Entrepreneur Journey and pursuit of scaling your brand/business Why being authentic and genuine in relationships and business is the KEY Living without expectations and how that mindset serves in life Jasons best pieces of advice for entrepreneurs What is next for Jason & Bubble Universe & SO much more! Share the love & let me know your thoughts over on Instagram, @coffeeandagoodvibe | @ayeshasehra CONNECT: YOUTUBE ➟ Watch & subscribe to our channel here ➟ Coffee & A Good Vibe Video Interviews To connect with Ayesha Sehra ➟ click HERE Check out our podcast insta ➟ click HERE To learn about my Branding & PR Agency Grow The Social ➟ click HERE To connect with this week's guest click ➟ HERE
Nir Eyal and Ciara Byrne of NirAndFar talk about why Slack is so habit-forming Episode 418: The Psychology of a Billion-Dollar Enterprise App: Why is Slack So Habit-Forming by Nir Eyal & Ciara Byrne Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. He is the author of the bestselling book, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products. In addition to blogging at NirAndFar.com, Nir's writing has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today. Nir is also an active investor in habit-forming technologies. Some of his past investments include: Eventbrite, Product Hunt, Pantry, Marco Polo, Presence Learning, 7 Cups, Pana, Symphony Commerce, Worklife (acquired by Cisco) and Refresh.io (acquired by LinkedIn). Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University. The original post is located here: https://www.nirandfar.com/habit-forming/ Laika's platform builds and automates compliance for standards like SOC 2 and HIPAA, with hands-on expertise each step of the way. OSD listeners get 20% off when joining at Heylaika.com/osd Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The longtime PepsiCo CEO is one of the world's most powerful women and Time's 100 most influential people. In the first of two rich conversations, she explains why she wrote more than 400 letters about her direct reports… to their parents. Indra and Adam discuss what she's learned about leadership, finding and being a mentor, championing ideas from below, and making big career decisions. They also explore some of the big questions around the future of work—from embracing flexibility to creating equitable arrangements for women to making family a real priority. This is an episode of WorkLife with Adam Grant, another podcast from the TED Audio Collective. You can find it, as well as the part 2 to this conversation, wherever you're listening to this.
Many of us will take extended leave during our careers. It could be maternity or shared parental leave, sickness or sabbatical, family caregiving or just a much-needed career break. Unfortunately, the reality is that extended leave can result in feelings of isolation, being left behind, starting again on the back foot or having to downgrade our careers. Jessica Chivers, coaching psychologist and founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists, wants to make sure everyone feels connected, cared for and confident during extended leave and the transition back to work. In this episode we discussed: The positives and benefits of taking extended leave and feeling confident about it Why we don't like the terms work-life balance and imposter syndrome Creating your ideal work life blend when you transition back to work How to negotiate sharing the load within your household so you can be your best at work Focusing on output, flexibility and managing energy rather than contracted hours Make sure you download the Comeback Community free Career Fuel Guide that Jessica shares in this episode: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk/careerfuel/ MORE ABOUT JESSICA Jessica is a coaching psychologist, author of “Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on guilt and make a smooth return to work” and host of the Comeback Coach podcast. She's also the founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists, a business whose mission is to keep everyone everywhere feeling confident, connected and cared for when they take extended leave from work. Their clients are forward-thinking employers such as ITV, CIPD, BlackRock and Lily's Kitchen. CONNECT WITH JESSICA LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicachivers/ The Talent Keeper Specialists: https://www.talentkeepers.co.uk/ Comeback Community: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk Comeback Coach Podcast: https://comebackcommunity.co.uk/comeback-coach/ Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on Guilt and Make a Smooth Return to Work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1848503199?ie=UTF8&tag=wwwbeyoubutbe-21&link_code=as3&camp=2506&creative=9298&creativeASIN=1848503199 HELPFUL LINKS She's Back: Your guide to returning to work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shes-Back-Your-guide-returning/dp/1911583565 How To Have A Good Day: The essential toolkit for a productive day at work and beyond: https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Have-Good-Day-productive/dp/1447276515 Ep 36 - Returning from parental leave with confidence with Lizzie Martin: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-36-returning-from-parental-leave-with-confidence-with-lizzie-martin Ep 55 - Menopause in the workplace with Deborah Garlick: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-55-menopause-in-the-workplace MAXIMISE YOUR LEADERSHIP IMPACT Download my free workbook "3 Steps To Maximise Your Leadership Impact This Week" and in just 10 minutes, learn practical ways you can make more impact and get your voice heard at work this week. Inside are some of my favourite coaching exercises to help you determine what type of leader you want to be, a checklist of how you could be giving your power away at work and three ways to boost your presence in meetings. Download it here: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/maximise SUPPORT THE PODCAST Writing a review on Apple Podcasts is free, only takes a few minutes and really helps the podcast reach more people. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure you share it with a friend or colleague you think it will help. Don't forget to subscribe on whatever platform you listen on. CONNECT WITH ME: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/ Thanks for listening!
When we get older, it will be really hard to learn things. When we age, it's harder and harder (damn near impossible) to lose weight. The older we get, the lonelier we get. I'm too old to start new adventures, I should have done that when I was young.These are just a few of the myths about aging that I grew up with. I'll bet you have some too.Do you know what I think of these? Bullsh*t. You don't get weaker with age...you develop more GRIT. That's why I did S2E12 of the Café Grit Podcast about The GRIT of Aging. It's time to crush those myths! So many of you who have made AMAZING things happen in your life after the age of 35...45...55...70! Let's celebrate this!
Killa is joined by GIRLBOSS, LaToya R. Young, mother, travelista and owner of L'Rose PR. Toya gives us the gems on how to maintain that creative momentum while balancing work/life tings, passion vs. discipline, what inspires her to keep going and her journey to the world of PR with a sprinkle of fangirling for Issa Rae. Are you doubting your ability to work for yourself?? Don't think you have what it takes to start your own media empire? Need a sign to tell you if you should start that business? Well here it is, you don't want to miss this Killa Konvo!!!!
You could use more white space in your workday. There are tons of tools that can either leverage time or allow you to eliminate a previously time-consuming activity altogether. In today's podcast episode, host Theresa Loe shares some of her favorite tools for simplifying workflow and leveraging time. But keep in mind...If you are currently overworking, you don't want to fill the time you've saved with more work. Keep the white space you open up so that you can be more effective with the impact you are having in your business. Overworking? Learn how to get your time back and have a self-managed team at www.StreamlinedandScaled.com/Learn For more go to www.StreamlinedandScaled.com/128
Being present is the key to balancing work and home life. When you're working, be present and fully engaged in your work. When it's time to be with family and clock out from the work day, give your full attention and focus to them. This week we are joined by Andrew Royer, owner of Royer Accounting, longtime Pure Bookkeeping licensee & return guest on our show. He shares updates on his business and explains how he made the decision to move to a fully virtual working environment. Small bookkeeping business owners are familiar with the challenges of working from home. After 5 years of running his own company, he shares what he's learned from the journey. During this interview, you'll learn... Why balancing your work and home life is key for any business owner How to transition from working in an office to working remotely Tips for new business owners & entrepreneurs Connect with Andrew on LinkedIn. Learn more about his business Royer Accounting on their website. Listen to past podcasts episodes with Andrew: EP84: Improve Your Productivity & Work-Life Balance and EP208: What You Need To Know About Running A Successful Business A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT for Successful Bookkeeper podcast listeners!! Join us December 2nd, 2021 at The Successful Bookkeeper Summit - a two-day free virtual event featuring inspiring speakers from the bookkeeping, accounting and business worlds! Teresa is part of this incredible lineup and will be speaking about e-commerce. To save your free spot, CLICK HERE. Time Stamps 1:15 - An update on Andrew 5:12 - How to balance being a business owner and a parent 8:55 - Transitioning his business from in-office to working fully remotely 17:21 - Looking back on the five years of running his own business - challenges, changes & lessons learned 20:46 - Advice for a new business owner 26:00 - Andrew's strategy for working at home 29:52 - Making the leap to start your own business
Nick Luevano is the founder of a 7-figure real estate company, a serial entrepreneur, and a ‘professional' at having fun in life. In this episode, we talk about: How Nick went from having a 6-figure income then waking up the next day with zero dollars in income, and how he turned it around How you can find the right vehicle to get to your dreams How you can build a clear vision in your life @flipking nickluevano.com findingdirectionuniversity.com/3steps
Something that we hear a lot about as entrepreneurs is a work-life balance or the lack thereof, and today I wanted to share my thoughts on what this really looks like as an entrepreneur. I will tell you that in certain stages of being an entrepreneur, work-life balance simply does not exist. Enjoy!Head to the link below to participate in our 5 Day Challenge!https://www.physicaltherapybiz.com/challengewww.physicaltherapybiz.com/apply PT Everywhere: https://pteverywhere.com/Do you enjoy the podcast? If so, leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and tell a friend to do the same!Are you a member of our free PT Entrepreneur Facebook Group? If not, head to the link below and join the community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptentrepreneur/
We all know that the past year and a half have been filled with a surge in activism and social justice movements, so much so that it could feel overwhelming to navigate everything that is going on. Enter - Catalyst20. This week, Kylie and Anya chat with Emma Bochner of Catalyst20, a digital hub of activism that sends resources and action items to your inbox every Monday. The girls chat about everything from staying informed to structuring your life to fit productivity and self-care to Red(Taylor's Version)! How to Stay Safe in a Crowd Crush Kylie's Favorite - Journal Template Sign up for Catalyst20! Follow Catalyst20 on Instagram @_catalyst20_ Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode, and follow us on Instagram @twodegreeshotter! If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, leave us a review - it really helps us out! Use code "TDH15" to get 15% off your purchase at https://vivforyourv.com/ If you have any suggestions for topics you want to hear us cover, feel free to send them using this link: https://bit.ly/2WAjznf.
In this episode, my friend Melissa and I answer your life advice questions! We touch on all the things-- splitting holidays with your boyfriend's family, finding work-life balance as a free-lancer, the pressure to have kids, and dealing with comparison in your 20s. I hope you enjoy this chatty episode! Find Melissa Below- Melissa's Photography Website- https://bit.ly/3APqv0L Melissa's Instagram- https://bit.ly/3ca16Vx Find Michelle Reed below- Instagram: @michellereed https://bit.ly/3EU92aE YouTube: @michellereed https://bit.ly/39D4IxN
How do you achieve work-life balance in today's unpredictable world?We sit down and discuss why it's difficult to put #boundaries and share our #WFH experiences during the pandemic. We enumerate and elaborate some tips and initiatives and finally discuss why striking the balance is #important! Share you thoughts on this episode with #JustBeCouzPodcast.facebook | https://www.facebook.com/justbecouztwitter | https://twitter.com/justbecouzinstagram | https://www.instagram.com/justbecouzpodcast/Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/justbecouz)
It doesn't matter if you're not a professional writer - as a professional anything, you're going to need to do a lot of writing. According to best-selling author Jamila Rizvi, this is a good thing, because your writing skills are like a muscle and therefore need constant training. She teaches you how to improve your writing no matter what field you're in, and shares some tips for building momentum and staying focused during lockdown. Jamila also gives tips on how to edit your own work if you don't have a professional editor, and how you can use friends and family to side-step the tunnel vision that gets in the way of good, clear writing. Connect with Jamila on Twitter, Instagram, or via her website. Grab a copy of Work.Love.Body. Connect with me on the socials: Linkedin Twitter Instagram If you're looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a fortnightly newsletter that contains three cool things I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co Visit https://www.amantha.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Produced by Inventium Host: Amantha Imber Episode Producers: Jenna Koda and Liam Riordan Sound Engineer: Martin Imber
Have you been burning the candle at both ends? Wish you could have a more sustainable work/life balance?In this episode, Stephanie is talking with Toronto-based Intuitive Eating & Body Image Coach and Host of the Fill Your Cup Podcast, Rachel Molenda, all about how to find balance within your work and life when you're an entrepreneur. Rachel shares how she was able to go from over-working, crazy hours, and not honoring her own needs to rewiring the way she thinks about work and productivity. She shares how these simple shifts have helped her to put her needs first before her business, and in turn have a more successful, profitable business overall!In today's episode, you'll learn:- The mindset Rachel had when she first started her business- How she was able to add more balance, fun and play into her every day- What letting go of the “business rules” did for her business
Some people believe there is no such thing as work-life balance as an entrepreneur while others believe that if you are intentional about the things you choose to do you can get that feeling of balance. Jessica Eley is a Mindset Mentor for high achievers, and she talks about mindset in a very straightforward manner that's totally different from others in her field. While I wasn't sure if work-life balance existed before we talked, I can tell you this episode was so good that I immediately listened to it when we finished recording because I needed to hear some of this a second time. That's why episode 77 of the Product Powerhouse Podcast is about work-life balance and mindset with Jess Eley! In this episode of the Product Powerhouse Podcast, Jess Eley is sharing the importance of mindset when it comes to achieving your goals and actionable steps you can take right now to start reevaluating your goals and actually achieve them. Some of the talking points Jess Eley and I go over in this episode include:What work-life balance is to Jess and how to choose it for yourself. The first step you can take to do the work and choose work-life balance.Why your goals aren't getting the results, and why you should focus on Lead Goals instead of your Lag Goals to build and scale your business.Jessica's first question when you say you can't reach a particular goal is, “Why do you want it?” and she discusses why it's so important to know the answer. I learned so much from this episode, and I know you will gain so much clarity from this episode when it comes to goal setting, work-life balance, and mindset. So be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on growing your product shop and to hear even more about the points outlined above.Thank you for listening!If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me! And don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Product Powerhouse and Erin at https://productpowerhouse.co/podcast/CONNECT WITH Jess Eley:Website:InstagramPrep Work CourseCONNECT WITH ERIN ALEXANDER:FacebookInstagramShow NotesWork with Erin!Simplified SEO Course
This is a story of rejection… my rejection. By Adam Grant. But it's probably not the story you think it is. Let me start by sharing, I am a BIG fan of Adam Grant. I've read his books (#1 NY Times bestseller “Think Again, most recently), listen to his podcast “WorkLife”, and follow him religiously on social media (@adamgrant on IG). And getting rejected by him made me an even bigger fan of him and his work. Because he reminded me that rejection can be a gift, a lesson, an opportunity and a blessing… and you don't need to be an a-hole about it. Listen in to hear my story of rejection... Let me also add a loving reminder that our heartbreaks, unanswered prayers, “nos”, and even ghosting are often the universe's way of redirecting us towards something or someone else. That rejection is part of success, and the more “nos” you collect, the more “yeses” that will come along with them. What we really need to be doing is getting rejected more often, by bigger and better people. This is Woman's Work. To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com
This week on the show, Tristan Wright from Evolve To Grow joins me to discuss maintaining work-life balance. Tristan has some really great insights about how he balances life and work that I think are really valuable. And at the end of the day, we started our businesses so that we could work less, right? If you want to work less, and find success in your personal life as well as your business, this is the episode for you.
Zach Wilson is a tech lead at Airbnb building data pipelines, previously he worked at Netflix and Facebook. Zach graduated from college at the age of 20 with degrees of math and computer science. He has over 80k followers on Linkedin. We talked about mental health, terminal level, promotions, work life balance, building audience on Linkedin, and the future of data engineering. For data engineering best practices, Zach's career journey, working in FAANG, please go to previous episode "Demystify data engineering" Zach's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAq9f7jFEA7Mtl3qOZy2h1A
The RELATIONSHIPS people have with their “PASSION”, and “COMPASSION” …On this Mukbang Southern Food 101st episode of the State of RE podcast with Professor DEAN & FoReal Khalil they do a deep dive on what it means to find your passion. Share your comments and feedback on what they discuss…Do you agree? Do you disagree? What is your passion you are willing to endure and suffer for?What are you compassionate about that you would suffer with?They highlight, music, movies and books that touch on and exemplify passion and compassion. (Squid games, Wu Tang Saga, Remember the titans, Nipsey Hussle, Jay-Z, Marvin Gaye, Vinyl records) Subscribe and comment below!!!https://youtu.be/IYvZQJLQRqk
This week's guest is Liz Aldridge, the Manager of Client Services at ApostleTech - an organization specializing in implementing, extending, connecting, and supporting Salesforce. Liz is passionate about developing processes and sales operations that provide substantial customer results and drive change. In addition, she has extensive experience in sales and cloud services, which has allowed her to grow within the ApostleTech team. In today's episode, we talk with Liz about managing a team in a remote world and how-to handle your work-life balance. We also discuss the different ways you can navigate the challenges created in today's modern business world. Finally, we continue the discussion and talk about setting expectations within your work and at home - along with so much more. You can learn more about ApostleTech here: https://apostletech.com/ We hope Liz's story helps inspire others to grow their tech career.
this week we're talking work life balance and burnout with Julia Chang, our most workaholic-y friend. we talk through what our definitions of work life balance are, the struggles of being in your first job out of college, and advice on how to balance a social life & relationship while having a full time job. Thank you to Alena for submitting this question!! xx, Julia, Julie & Hana want advice?? submit a question to us at email@example.com 11:11 | our episode starts JULIA CHANG https://www.instagram.com/jooliachang/ BULGOGI POD TikTok | firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram | instagram.com/bulgogi.podcast Twitter | twitter.com/bulgogipodcast JULIE & HANA Julie | instagram.com/bejulified Hana | instagram.com/hanakattt all social media + design work by diana diane sounds by 808kino logo by cghim contact us at email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bulgogipod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bulgogipod/support
If you ask a number of different people to define what work-life balance means it is likely that you will receive different answers. This is because there are a number of misunderstandings about it. Some people think that it is just about using effective time management. Time is an important factor, but it certainly isn’t the only thing that you need to pay attention to. When some people visualize the work-life balance they have an image of a see-saw in equilibrium. One side of the see-saw is work-life and the other is the personal life and these are perfectly balanced. That is an impossible thing to do and even if you could do it. This episode explores why prioritizing is essential for a good work-life balance.
In today's episode, I am speaking with Angela Henderson. Angela is an international award-winning business consultant/coach, keynote speaker and podcaster who works with women in business to help them get all the pieces in place to make consistent 4/5-figure months and then onto 6/7+ figure years without burning out in the process.Angela and I dish on: - How "balancing" your personal and professional life can look different for everyone - Why you need to sit down and figure out "ways" to make some things work in your business - A few questions you can ask yourself to determine your "Why" - How do you know if you need a business coach, or a business mentor, or a business consultant Purchase your copy of Love Based Feminine Marketing: The Art of Growing a 6-Figure Business Without Hustle, Grind, or Force, TODAY!!! Subscribe now so you'll never miss an episode and leave us a review. It really helps us know which content is most important to you. Join our Feminine Business Magic Facebook Group with your host, Julie Foucht. This is a community of women dedicated to connect, support and celebrate each other in growing businesses that honor their Divine Feminine and will their bank accounts abundantly Resources mentioned: Purchase Love-Based Feminine Marketing Angela's Free Gift: Join Angela for a round table workshop 5/6-Figure Strategic Goal Creation Workshop For Women In Business for a face-to-face business strategy and goal planning session that breaks your future into bite-sized little bits that lead to big breakthroughs. **Contact Angela Henderson via Facebook or www.angelahenderson.com.au/ ** **Connect with Julie Foucht via Facebook or email at https://juliefoucht.com/**
Is it burnout? Exhaustion? Disengagement? It's a feeling people can't quite put their finger on or understand exactly why. Lately, it seems difficult to feel motivated or joyful. If you've recognized similar feelings in yourself, you're not alone. Organizational Psychologist, WorkLife podcast host, and NYT author, Adam Grant recently published an article that describes the unsettled, aimless, empty feeling many people are experiencing. Using this article, our host, Dr. Janet Pilcher, helps us name this blah feeling and provides tips to help individuals go from languishing to potentially flourishing. This episode addresses questions, such as:What is one way this blah feeling has brought people closer together?Why have people felt so tired and empty lately? How can we shift from languishing to potentially flourishing?Recommended Resources: There's a Name for the Blah You're Feeling, From Hopeless to Champion, Collective Willpower to Succeed & Vulnerability and Teamwork Related Podcasts: When it Comes to Change, Less is More, Pay Attention to the Right Work, Powerful Practices that Build Connection & Rounding with Purpose
One of the most frequent discussions in our business is the discussion around achieving a work/life balance. Things get personal as Meg, Lorien, and Jeff share their own complicated relationships with this conversation, and how can we stay MINDFUL of the big picture as we pursue our work. OUR FIRST PATREON WORKSHOP IS WED, NOV 17! Sign up here!: https://www.patreon.com/thescreenwritinglife --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thescreenwritinglife/support
Nir Eyal of NirAndFar talks about how to repair a toxic work culture Episode 400: This is How to Repair a Toxic Work Culture by Nir Eyal of NirAndFar on How to Create A Successful Work Team Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. He is the author of the bestselling book, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products. In addition to blogging at NirAndFar.com, Nir's writing has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today. Nir is also an active investor in habit-forming technologies. Some of his past investments include: Eventbrite, Product Hunt, Pantry, Marco Polo, Presence Learning, 7 Cups, Pana, Symphony Commerce, Worklife (acquired by Cisco) and Refresh.io (acquired by LinkedIn). Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University. The original post is located here: https://www.nirandfar.com/toxic-work-culture/ Laika goes beyond integrations. Their platform connects to your everyday applications and applies actual human expertise to a robust software that powers your compliance. OSD listeners get 20% off when joining at Heylaika.com/osd Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's easy to end up overworked. You start out responding to a reasonable need for a little more work to be done after hours, then suddenly it's five years later and you work 65 hours a week until your health and personal issues force you to stop. Read more › The post Fixing Your Work Life Balance appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
When the pandemic drove many Americans to work from home, it also opened the possibility for reimagining career success. Bill Burnett, executive director of the Design Program at Stanford, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss ways to access creativity and personal growth even as the workplace is radically changing. His book, co-written with Dave Evans, is called “Designing Your New Work Life: How to Thrive and Change and Find Happiness at Work.”
We Talk About: How Molly manages her busy work/life balance. Molly's new podcast: Lipstick on the Rim Different attitudes to raising kids Molly's production company Going through a pandemic Resources: Follow Molly: @mollybsims Molly's podcast: Lipstick on the Rim Follow Alli: @alliwebb Follow Lori: @loriharder Follow Brittany: @britdrisc Show Notes: Molly Sims is a true renaissance woman! She's tried almost everything, from modelling to acting to running her own production company – and, somehow, she's nailed absolutely every one of them. We discuss how to manage such a busy work/life balance because, after all, no one is just one thing. We also talk about living through a pandemic and Molly's amazing new podcast: Lipstick on the Rim. Question Highlights: How do you manage your busy work/life balance? What can we expect from your new podcast? How do you start a production company? Rapid-fire quiz! Guest Bio: Molly Sims is a fashion model and actor. She has been featured in campaigns by a number of major brands including Jimmy Choo, Escada, Giorgio Armani, Michael Kors, and Chanel. She was a frequent model in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in the early 2000s, and walked the runway for the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2001. As an actor, she portrayed Delinda Deline for five years in NBC's comedy-drama series Las Vegas. Now, she's the founder of Something Happy Productions and the host of the Lipstick on the Rim podcast.