Starting a New Job: Ideas for Launching in Your New Role
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EP 1946 Everyone spends a lot of time trying to find the job and very little time figuring out how to launch in your new role. Here, I speak with Ed Evarts about how to do that very well. ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a career and leadership coach who worked as a recruiter for more than 40 years. He is the host of “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with more than 1900 episodes and is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council. Are you interested in 1:1 coaching, interview coaching, advice about networking more effectively, how to negotiate your offer or leadership coaching? Use this link to schedule a free Discovery call with me.  Connect with me on LinkedIn. Connect with me on LinkedIn Mention you listen to the podcast or watch my YouTube channel. Otherwise, I may not accept the request, particularly if you are outside the US. If you have a quick question for me, you can get it answered with a 3-5 minute video or schedule a 15 minute live conversation with me. Connect with me on LinkedIn. Join and attend my classes on Skillshare. Become a premium member and get 2 months free. --- Support this podcast:
No Bullsh!t Leadership
No Bullsh!t Leadership
Your CEO Mentor
The Leadership Meeting Cadence: Bringing the concepts to life
Episode #111 // If you took a poll of 100 leaders, you’d be hard-pressed to find one who’d say that they’d like more meetings in their lives, especially these days where 'Zoom fatigue' has become a factor. However, meetings can be a powerful construct for setting standards, making decisions, and lifting performance. If you're spending a lot of your time in meetings, you want to make them count! In this episode we talk about how to bring together all aspects of the individual AND group meetings that drive your execution tempo, as I let you in on my proven leadership meeting cadence. This is an incredibly detailed episode, so we've created a free PDF guide 'Practical Execution Tips: How to Get Your Meeting Cadence Right' which you can download from our website at If this helps, make sure you share it with your team so that you're all working from the same playbook! Some other episodes that we reference: * Episode #96 Performance Reviews * Episode #6 The Psychology of Feedback * Episode #57 Challenge, Coach, Confront // We are on a mission to hit 1 million listens by the 31st December 2020. To help us to reach this goal, and impact even more leaders just like you who would benefit from the strategies and tools that Marty covers in the podcast, please share the podcast with your network. You can also subscribe, follow, rate and review the podcast, that will help more leaders find us when they’re searching for a new leadership podcast to binge on. If we hit our goal, we will be running a completely free live virtual leadership event in February 2021, and we would love for you to be there! Keep up with the live listener number and see how close we are to our goal at   See for privacy and opt-out information.
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Think with Google
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Can Advertising Walk the Talk
We’ve seen positive shifts in diversity, equity and inclusion in the marketing industry. But COVID-19 is proving to be the mother of all distractions, and while it’s easy to forget about the important issues when they’re out of our line of sight (while working from home) how can we promote the tangible benefits of diversity, equity and inclusion and accelerate this positive change. Welcome to Rethink, a podcast by Think with Google.  The idea of creating more diverse and inclusive workplaces is something people have been fighting for for years but it’s still taking time for companies to turn this into real, meaningful change. In this episode, we're talking diversity, equity and inclusion, and how it positively impacts business. Especially when it’s clear that if people inside the four walls of your office are reflective of people outside it you get a better culture, better creative and ultimately, a better bottom line.  Today’s challenge comes from creatives Jess and Grace who want to know how the advertising industry is making diversity a reality. “A lot has been said about the need for diversity in advertising - both in the industry and the actual work. But what we wanna know is…what are we actuallydoing? How are we making it a more formal part of the creative process, so that agencies and clients not only include but amplify diverse voices?” To help us answer this we chat with Tara McKenty, a Creative Director at Google and co-founder of RARE, a platform that drives diversion and inclusion in tech, media and creative industries.  Consultant Karen Ferry shares her experience and quotes diversity advocate, Verna Myers, to illustrate clearly the difference between diversity and inclusion. And Barb Humphries, Creative Director at The Monkeys tells the story behind the diverse casting decision for the Meat and Livestock Australia Company’s 2017 Spring Lamb ad.  Diverse opinions, experiences and perspectives mean diverse ideas, and when ideas are your business that’s got to be a good thing.  So if you want to know more, check out this episode... FURTHER READING Want to learn more about how diversity and inclusion can make your brand messages and your business more powerful? Check out the latest from Think with Google… Video: Harnessing the power of diverse perspectives What 2.7M YouTube ads reveal about gender bias in marketing 9 ways we’re changing habits, so we can make more inclusive marketing at Google The power of difference: How to hire and retain diverse teams in brands and agencies For even more great insights head to  CREDITS This podcast was brought to you by Think with Google Host and Consulting Producer: Rachel Corbett Created by: The Hallway & Eardrum in partnership with Google Produced by: Eardrum Executive Producer: Ralph van Dijk Producer: Sarah Mashman Project Manager: Jessie Williams Theme: Taka Perry Engineer: Adrian Walton See for privacy information.
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The Art of Charm
The Art of Charm
The Art of Charm
J. Douglas Holladay | How to Redefine Success for a Fulfilling Life
In today’s episode, we rethink the definition of success with J Douglas Holladay. Doug is the founder and CEO of Path North, a Georgetown University professor, former White House advisor, and the author of Rethinking Success: Eight Essential Practices for Finding Meaning in Work and Life.   In an age when more and more people are finding themselves trapped by the idea of a nonstop pursuit of material wealth, it’s time to take a moment and redefine what success should mean before we run ourselves into the ground, so what should success look like and what can we do to find long-lasting success that genuinely makes us better people?   What to Listen For What’s wrong with the current definition of success and why do we need to rethink it before we run ourselves into the ground? What is the difference between happiness and meaning, and how do you differentiate between the two so you are not chasing fleeting moments and rewards? Why is it more important to be comfortable sharing your weaknesses and failures instead of your strengths and successes? What role does forgiveness play in our ability to build and maintain relationships, and why can a lack of forgiveness be our downfall? How do we escape the trap of becoming our parents so we can take their best traits and ditch the worst traits? What can you do to find your own narrative while pushing back on everyone around you with their own narrative for who you are and who they expect you to be? What questions can you ask yourself to make sure you are living your story instead of the story everyone else wants you to live? What exercise can you do to integrate what you need to do and what you love to do?   Many of us define success through a lens we develop over years of experience and exposure to the world around us. Unfortunately for many, this has turned into an endless pursuit of more stuff to fill the void inside us created by the same society dangling the trappings of wealth in front of us no matter where we go in the modern world.    It’s time to redefine what success means so we can get out from under the obscene expectations set by society and start living a fulfilled life resulting from living a life inline with our values and not things.   A Word From Our Sponsors Share your vulnerabilities, victories, and questions in our 17,000-member private Facebook group at This is a unique opportunity where everyone — both men and women — celebrate your accountability on the way to becoming the best version of yourself. Register today here!   Resources from this Episode J Douglas Holladay’s website Rethinking Success by J Douglas Holladay Dr. Michael Rich | Center on Media and Child Health   Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube See for privacy information.
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The Best 10% Of Tim Ferriss
The Best 10% Of Tim Ferriss
Tim Ferriss
Inside the Mind of Glenn Beck, You Find…Walt Disney and Orson Welles?
Contact: Original: “When I turned 30, I knew my life was at a crossroads. It was either over, or I was going to restart.” – Glenn Beck [9:10] The goal of my blog and podcast is to push you outside of your comfort zone and force you to question assumptions. This is why I invite divergent thinkers and world-class performers who often disagree. I might interview Tony Robbins and then Matt Mullenweg. Or I might have a long chat with Sam Harris, PhD, and later invite a seemingly opposite guest like… Glenn Beck. This interview is a wild ride, and it happened — oddly enough — thanks to a late-night sauna session. I was catching up with an old friend, who is mixed-race, a Brown University grad, and liberal in almost every sense of the word. I casually asked him, “If you could pick one person to be on the podcast, who would it be?” “Glenn Beck,” he answered without a moment’s hesitation. “His story is FASCINATING.” He described how Glenn hit rock bottom and restarted his life in his 30’s, well past the point most people think it possible. Fast forward to 2014, Forbes named him to their annual Celebrity 100 Power List and pegged his earnings at $90 million for that year. This placed him ahead of people like Mark Burnett, Jimmy Fallon, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Will Smith. Glenn’s platforms — including radio, tv, digital (, publishing, etc. — get somewhere between 30 and 50 million unique visitors per month. This interview is neither a “gotcha” interview nor a softball interview. I ask some tough questions (e.g. “If you were reborn as a disabled gay woman in a poor family, what political system would you want in place?”), but my primary goal is to pull out routines, habits, books, etc. that you can use. This show is about actionable insight, not argument for argument’s sake. First and foremost, this is a story of entrepreneurship, and whether you love Glenn, hate Glenn, or have never heard his name, there is a lot to learn from him.
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