Mon, 17 February 2014
Bert Purdy talks to us about why he loves his work and how you can too.
Bert works in the financial sector as a CPA and also runs a blog called the intentionalemployee.com
Mon, 10 February 2014
Matt Shoup was born an entrepreneur. At the energetic and determined age of 9, Matt started his own neighborhood lawn mowing and snow shoveling business. From there he peddled candy out of his middle school locker, only to have that business shut down by the school. Matt founded M & E Painting with the last $100 he had to spare. In a few short years, Matt grew M & E Painting to a multi-million dollar company. Matt is a keynote speaker and coach and has spoken to thousands of international youth and entrepreneurial groups in English and Spanish. “Become An Award Winning Company”, Matt’s first book, was published in 2011 and Matt has plans to release a second book in 2014. Matt finds great joy in spending time with his wife and two children.
Mon, 3 February 2014
Mon, 27 January 2014
How do you pursue what you really want to do without dropping everything and irresponsibly chasing after your dreams? Mark and Scott discuss the use of projects to make career transitions and go after what you really want.
Lots of cake AND eating it too in this episode about Project: Success.
Thu, 23 January 2014
Author, Speaker, Radical Career Coach, Green Juice Expert, World Traveler Farnoosh Brock is back on the show with Mark and Scott. Her first visit was episode 2 but this time she is back to talk about advancing your career through an employer mindset
What you learn in this episode
Mon, 13 January 2014
Tom Dixon is a Career Coach at MondayisGood.com. Tom leads a Demand Planning Team for a Fortune 500 Team as well as writing his career blog and voluteering as part of a Career Resource Network. Tom's Career and Job Search experience and techniques are all developed from "in the trenches" experiences. They are tried and true through Tom's own experiences.
Wed, 1 January 2014
Emily Chase Smith comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. She's had many business ventures, some more successful than others. She graduated law school at 21. She lived overseas for 5 years in Prague, Czech Republic with her family and now focuses her law practice on bankruptcy.
Emily now works with entrepreneurs and business owners to help them manage their money more effectively. The guiding principle of her life is freedom. In this interview, Emily explains to Scott how understanding her value and helping others recognize the value you provide can lead to more freedom than you think is possible!
Mon, 23 December 2013
In this episode, Tania talks with Scott about how to connect with others, how to understand your skills and passions and her experiences leading up to helping newbies in careers or countries!
Mon, 16 December 2013
Most people feel like they have little, or no, control over what their income is. This is simply not true!
Join Mark and he talks to Scott about the process of getting a raise and shares techniques he has used himself, and has coached other people to use to substantially increase their incomes.
The myth is that your boss decides your income, and short of moving to another job, you have very little control over what you earn.
Scott says this is flat-out not true! Instead learn here a few of the ways you can negotiate a raise for yourself.
Mon, 9 December 2013
Paul Colaianni is the host of the The Overwhelmed Brain Podcast and blog where he helps people live a peaceful and stressfree life. Paul's career journey has included several different companies, industries and jobs in search for what he is passionate about. Paul is a self described "late-bloomer" in his career. It wasn't until his 40's that he discovered his passion.
In this interview Scott and Paul talk about finding your passion and how you can do so.
Part of finding your passion includes learning what you are not passionate about.
Determine what you want out of life.
Take control of what you want in life (don't wait for others)
Discover Your Strengths
Why do you want to do what you want to do?
What do others tell you you're good at?
What did you enjoy doing as a kid
[Tweet ""As a kid we're creating the foundation of what we'll enjoy doing for the rest of our lives." @paulcolabrain"]
What Inspires Paul Colaianni?
Changing people's lives. Feeling like he's made a difference.
When everything feels right--and then getting validation.
"Be yourself, be honest, be who you are, no matter what the cost."
Who Inspires Paul Colaianni?
Former Manager at former job - Organized, stood up to people. Learned to be assertive
"If I'm not following what I'm really passionate about, then I'm compromising myself everyday when I go to work."
Connect with Paul
Question: What are you passionate about?