Happen To Your Career

Happen To Your Career

We want to be enamored with work and life. We think you might want that too! That hope that you can find meaningful and fulfilling work that also pays you well has led you here! Meaningful work not only exists, but there's a better way to get there. In fact, there are many better ways to narrow down what creates fulfilling work for you and then make it happen (which is kind of our gig). It's not easy, but our clients tell us it's worth it! Want in? The Happen To Your Career podcast shows you the path to meaningful and fulfilling work that also pays well. Learn how to find the path to your ideal career and get the tools you need to make it happen. Learn how we can best help you by scheduling a conversation with our team https://happentoyourcareer.com/schedule/

Episodes

June 20, 2022 39 min

If your current role isn’t fulfilling, if it isn’t checking all the boxes, if it isn’t aligned with what you picture as your ideal career… then what are you waiting for? Why are you going down a path that isn’t going to bring you career happiness and fulfillment? Alistair Marshall has made quite a few pivots throughout his career, and one of his ventures happens to be career coaching! With this combination of personal and professio...

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Scott discusses his family's annual trip abroad, and how he and Alyssa are intentionally using their trip this year to step away from the company for one month. This is pretty much Scott's out of office in podcast form, but you'll also learn how to be more intentional in your life and work!

What you'll learn 

  • Why Scott & Alyssa are stepping away from HTYC for an entire month
  • Scott's vision of how work across ...
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    When it comes to making a career change, figuring out what you want to do next can seem extremely daunting, especially when thinking long-term. When the pandemic hit, Victoria Lyon was thrust into the front lines of COVID testing operations. This unexpected role change caused her to reevaluate her research job and plans for a PhD. As she began digging into what she truly wanted, she felt a lot of pressure to make the right decision...

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    A huge part of navigating your career search is the challenge of convincing yourself to wait for the right fit and trusting your ideal role will come along. Knowing when to walk away is extremely difficult at times, but learning to trust your gut feeling can help you navigate these decisions. Peter Stark, author of “The Only Negotiating Guide You’ll Ever Need” joins Scott to discuss how your gut feelings can direct your career sear...

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    You’ve realized it’s time to make a career change, but you’ve likely also realized doing so is a big commitment that will take time and dedication. How on earth can you fit this into your life when you already have a completely full schedule? On today’s episode, Scott dives into how to create more time and space in your life to make a career change.  

    What you’ll learn 

  • How to create 5-10 hours a week of time you didn’t have before...
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    Linking achievement to happiness or contentment is a common theme in today’s society, especially when it comes to evaluating a career. However, to live a fulfilling life and do meaningful work you must learn how to love the life you have, and live without regret. Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, author of “The Earned Life,” discusses earning your path to fulfillment & continually reinventing yourself so you are never truly stuck.   

     

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    When you receive a job offer, you are in the best position to negotiate. It’s your time to get what you want whether that is more money, better benefits, flexibility... On the other hand, if you’ve been with a company for a few months (or years) and think it’s about dang time to ask for a raise, you can (and should!) Listen in as author & negotiation expert, G. Richard Shell gives real life examples of job and salary negotiatio...

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    Haley wanted a career that was more flexible (and fulfilling). However, she was fearful a career pivot would jeopardize the experience and success she had gained over the past decade as a marketing executive. Learn how Haley made a career change to something that aligned with her priorities without derailing her career trajectory.   

    What you’ll learn 

  • How to know when it’s time to leave your long-term career (even if it’s going we...
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    What happens when the career plan you’ve alway had falls apart? Anna VanRemoortel's identity was heavily tied to her academic job, so when she realized she was no longer excited about her work and questioned her career’s direction, she was left feeling like she was lacking in all areas of her life.

    In this episode, Anna details the highs and lows of dropping out of her PhD program and becoming an executive director (in less tha...

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    Transitioning careers is hard work, and there are a lot of ups and downs, but when you feel that tug like you were meant for more… you’ve got to make it happen.

    Angela Barnard wasn’t always sure what her career would be, but from a young age she realized it was up to her to design her life. 

    Learn how Ang became the successful career coach she is today by aligning her strengths and values, getting uncomfortable, and believing in he...

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    One of the pillars of career growth is self-development. When it comes to communicating with our team and even our family and friends, it’s important to know how to manage emotions and have productive, yet difficult, conversations. Negotiation expert Kwame Christian discusses how to use his 3-part framework to gain confidence in your conversation skills and become a better negotiator in every aspect of your life.

     

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    Many of the people that we have worked with here at HTYC tend to go through several career changes on their own. They try many of the traditional job search methods, and they don’t see lasting results. Usually, they start excited about their new role, but then, at some point, start realizing that something is off. Sometimes the role or company doesn’t match your values. Sometimes the role doesn’t match your strengths.

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    How can you remove distraction?

    Distraction from achieving what’s most important to you?

    Distraction that takes you away from who you want to be spending your time with?

    Who better to answer this question than the person who wrote "Indistractable: How to control your attention and choose your life." I read it and loved it so much that I bought it for my entire team for Christmas. 

    Here to teach us the difference between tra...

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    The goal for many people that we work with is to obtain freedom in their life and work. But what does that even mean?

    Natalie Sisson, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, traveled the world for many years - living and working wherever she wanted to, and speaking with hundreds of people on her podcast about what freedom really means to them. From those experiences, she has created her own definition of freedom.

    Listen as Scott and Natalie dis...

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    Studies show that people make a first impression in less than 7 seconds. That doesn’t give you a lot of time to make a great impression during a job interview or when you’re networking! So what can you do in those 7 seconds (or less) to make the absolute best impression? Vanessa Van Edwards, author of “Cues: Master the Secret Language of Charismatic Communication,” shares science-backed research on how to make a great first impress...

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    In the Pursuit of Happiness, Will Smith finds himself sitting on the bathroom floor with his son after everything has come crashing down and he has no place to live and he’s hit rock bottom? He’s absolutely forced to figure things out.

    But what if you have a reasonably good job and you’re making good money and you know you want something more but honestly it’s really difficult to make it happen?

    Benjamin Hardy talks about exactly w...

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    As humans, we have a tendency to compare ourselves to one another. This doesn’t make us feel too great most of the time, but especially when it comes to measuring success. My measure or definition of success may not be the same as yours. And that is completely okay! That’s because success looks different for everyone. When you worry about other people’s opinions (even if it’s family or friends), it can negatively impact your potent...

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    Are the expectations of others holding you back from doing work that is truly fulfilling? Most of us feel like we have to behave like one person when we’re at work, and a different person when we’re at home or in our social circles. That in itself creates a social expectation. If you want to be yourself at all times, you’re bucking the trend. Because, in our world today it’s  not “normal” to get paid to be who you are, using your t...

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    Years ago, I wanted to learn more about how some people became what I now call Happy High Achievers  – people who were successful in both their career and also in the other areas of life. Fast forward to when we started HTYC, we had the goal to help many more people in the world become Happy High Achievers, not just to get to meaningful work. So what do you think stops people from making career changes to much more fulfilling work?...

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    When was the last time you’ve been challenged (in a good way) in your career? Some people will say very recently while others may say they haven’t been challenged since graduating college.

    The result? The feeling of “dying inside”. As if all you do everyday is go to work to do the same thing over and over without direction, excitement or hope of career growth.

    That’s the same emptiness that Eric, a management consultant, felt and h...

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