The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley heads into podcasting with this weekly download featuring celebrity guests, funny stories and entertaining chatter. The name of the program comes from the idea that sometimes the creative process includes scribbling down random ideas before you can make sense of anything. That's exactly what JB is doing every week on The Scribble.... Show More
July 17, 2020 29 min

You betta work! It's summer but people are longing to get back to work after the incredibly long coronavirus shutdowns. Jeremy Bradley talks about how people have wanted to work from home but now are sick of it and can't wait to get back to the office. Also, a commentary about how workplace etiquette has changed from one generation to the next. Gone are the days of smoke-filled offices with calendar "babes" on motorcycles pictured on the wall. That wouldn't fly nowadays! Later, do you plan to work like a dog so you can retire early or will you coast through your employment and work until you just can't do it anymore? JB shares a story about his mom retiring and his own plans to give up working.

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