Mon, 11 November 2013
Richie Norton is the bestselling author of The Power of Starting Something Stupid as well as the #1 Amazon download Résumés Are Dead and What to Do About It. He is an international speaker and consultant for the corporate growth and personal development industries, a social entrepreneur, and CEO and Founder of Global Consulting Circle.
Richie has been featured in Forbes, Businessweek, Young Entrepreneur, Huffington Post and other national publications both in print and online. In 2010, Pacific Business News recognized Richie as one of the Top Forty Under 40 “best and brightest young businessmen” in Hawaii.
Neither Scott or Mark had talked to Richie prior to this interview, but Richie is a huge part of the reason that HTYC exists today! Listen toMark interview Richie to hear that story and tons of amazing tips and suggestions for your career!
Mon, 21 October 2013
Dan is the author of the New York Times best-selling 48 Days To The Work You Love, No More Dreaded Mondays and Wisdom Meets Passion. He has been a guest on CBS’ ‘The Early Show,’ MSNBC’s ‘Hardball with Chris Mathews, and the Dave Ramsey Show. Dan has spoken at the White House Christian Fellowship, and is in high demand at national conferences speaking on aging and changes in the workplace as well as at universities and churches.
Over 130,000 people have subscribed to his weekly newsletter, his 48 Days Podcast consistently ranks in the top 3 under Careers on iTunes, and the 48Days.net business community is viewed as an example around the world for those seeking to find – or create – work they love.
In this interview, Scott and Dan talk about the importance of trying different things to get to work that you love.
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Tue, 8 October 2013
In this interview, Josh and Scott talk about how Joshua went from working in corporate America to teaching others to utilize social media in their job search.
Joshua Waldman has an international MBA. Joshua has experienced the frustration and devastation of being laid off from jobs. He is an authority on leveraging social media to find employment. He is the author of Job Searching With Social Media For Dummies, and his writing has appeared in Forbes, Huffington Post, Mashable and the International Business Times.
Joshua’s career blog, CareerEnlightenment.com, won the About.com Reader’s Choice Award for Best Career Blog 2013. When he’s not writing, Joshua presents keynotes, trainings and breakout sessions around the world for students, career advisors, consortiums and professional organizations.
Tue, 1 October 2013
Farnoosh Brock was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. After leaving Iran at the age of 11 and living in Turkey for 3 years, she moved to the United States. She studied electrical engineering and French at university and then entered the corporate world. First, she worked for a start-up and then she moved to a large Fortune 100 technology company. In 2011, she left a nearly 12-year successful career to start her own media and publishing company, Prolific Living Inc. Today, she is a published author, speaker, business coach, podcaster, social media enthusiast and an expert green juicer. She is passionate about showing you how to define your own freedom in first your health and then your career. She is a multi-passionate entrepreneur that does not believe you need to give up one passion to pursue another! She infuses her love of green juicing, writing, photography, languages, and world travel into her brand and inspires you to pursue your dreams and your creative genius. Learn more at www.prolificliving.com.
Mon, 30 September 2013
Designing Career Experiments and Testing New Careers - 6 Ways to get Reassurance that your new career is right for you
Wondering how you’re going to know if you like your new career or company before you transition? Good news. We’ve put together 6 ways you can get some reassurance. Take a listen! Or if you want even more detail go over to http://happentoyourcareer.com/206
Sun, 29 September 2013
What if you could find the career that fits you by reframing your weakness? Or what if your greatest weakness was really your secret weapon? It turns out it actually is:
Ross struggled with his ADHD, a weakness that he thought held him back in his career. After he started paying attention to what was actually happening, he learned how to reframe his weaknesses as “anti-strengths” and was able to find a career that was made for him - strengths and anti-strengths included.
Find the guide, transcript, and more at https://happentoyourcareer.com/292
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Sat, 28 September 2013
When most people think of their career, they think of their job. A place where they go everyday because they have to, not necessarily because they want to.
Back in 2005, this was me. I thought that you choose your degree and work really hard through College and go out into the workforce and then you things get awesome!
Turns out almost nobody has that experience, even after you get 10-15 years into your career less than 13% of people around the world are truly enamored with what they do for work. Yes that means that according to Gallup organization nearly 87% of people would not describe their current work as “Deeply Satisfying” or “Highly Engaging”. Translation: Chances are really high that If you didn’t need to make an income, You definitely wouldn’t spend your time where you’re at right now.
That’s exactly where I was, too, all those years ago. Not only was my job a bad fit for me, but my 2 hour a day anxiety ridden commutes left me nearly 50 pounds overweight, not being very nice to my wife Alyssa, and feeling like there had to be a better way to do life and work.
I spent the next decade learning everything I could about how people who love their work do differently. Especially those high achievers who are enamored with their work and get paid very very well for it.
It turns out that most of what you think you know about what makes people happy at work and how people find a career that fits them, is counterintuitive or just plain wrong.
You can always go over to happentoyourcareer.com and find all of our podcasts and resources in one place. Or if you ever want more help, just email me directly firstname.lastname@example.org and either me or my team will get back to you on the very best way we can help.