Podcast

A podcast where I speak with people about their career path.  Focusing on their decisions, success, advice, key traits, career moves, mentoring and listening to interesting stories.  This podcast is an interesting perspective on how careers can take a linear path to success, but all often career paths take a zig-zag path.  Fun Stuff to learn about.  Enjoy!  

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PODCAST TOPICS

01

CAREER ADVICE

02

MENTORING

03

ACCOMPLISHMENTS SETBACKS

04

RELATIONSHIPS AND CONNECTIONS

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LeeAnn Moore - COO

Best Advice she has received and now gives "Help me Understand".  

Strong Leaders allow room to grow and fail as well.

I'm not a manage, I'm a LEADER

Sana Afzal - Business Partner

How the Iphone impacted her career.

You have to "Show Up" everyday, sometimes it can be a challenge.

Empathy and strong communication has helped succeed when working in the creative field.

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Jim McGee - COO

The power of connections to further your career.

The difference between connections and building relationships.

Mentees should ALWAYS follow up with their mentors (we love it)

PODCAST GUEST - QUESTIONS

Opening

  • Your very 1st Job

  • Snapshot of your career

    • This will be the “Jump off” point

    • We will walk through your career together

    • I’ll guide towards questions below

 

Overall

  • What is most enjoyable about your job?

  • Would you describe your career as linear or zig zag?  If zig zag, did you realize this at the time?

  • What is your perspective on hard vs soft skills pertaining to career success?

  • Did you set out to be in this career? 

  • Favorite Job that you had?

Proud Moments

  • What do you consider your greatest accomplishment?

  • What are you most proud of?

  • How do you want to be remembered when all is said and done?

  • Did you have a defining moment in your career

Traits

  • What traits do you have that have contributed to your success?

  • What do you do well?   Secret to your success

  • What traits do you look for in young professionals?

  • What traits do you feel will propel careers?