Introverts tend to get a bad rap in social situations. They can be viewed as slow decision makers or socially awkward. I know because I’m an introvert.
Holley Gerth, author of “The Powerful Purpose of Introverts,” joins us to share her insights as an introvert herself. She shares that there is a spectrum of introversion (she’s 96% introverted).
You’ll learn that your introversion is actually a superpower (not a weakness to overcome...
Everyone we work with is looking for meaningful work.
But what does meaningful work actually look like?
What do you actually need to be able to do meaningful work?
Obviously, there are specific things that are different for each person, but we have found that there are 8 big things that people need to do meaningful work. There are also 6 things that detract from meaningful work.
The way High Performers approach career change is different than everyone else. Also, the way that career change (that leads to meaningful work that also pays well) works is different than most people think it does.
We've share these principles before, but we've never put it all together (at least not outside of our paid programs).
Our HTYC team has spent countless hours putting together a career change guide, pu...
This episode isn't for everyone. I was invited to come talk on my friend Dave Stachowiak’s podcast Coaching for Leaders to come and talk about the biggest reasons high performers leave other organizations.
We discussed some key things that most leaders and high performers don’t even realize. Like for example why high performers have a tendency to stay TOO LONG. Also the reasons that we see high performers leave aren’t the same...
Imagine that you just lost the career you love. What do you do now? Can you possibly find something that is as good or fulfilling? How can you possibly find that role?
David Nurse was a coach in the NBA and at the height of coaching success, he lost his job. In this conversation, you’ll learn how 4 new doors can open for you when one door closes and how you can pivot to make your next career move, even if it’s a role you didn’t eve...
Have you had that moment you were watching a tv show or reading an article and said, “Wow! That would be so cool!”?
Christine Hofbeck relentlessly pursued a dream for 16 years, even when her friends and coworkers thought she was crazy for putting in applications year after year.
In today’s episode, you’ll hear about how her experiences and the pursuit of this dream completely changed her life and her work and even how she had some...
Most people find it difficult to draw personal boundaries at work. But what happens when you’re in one of the world’s most extreme environments and workplaces known to humans?
Rachael Robertson led the Australian operations while she lived in Antarctica for one year. In today’s episode, you’ll learn life-altering lessons about avoiding regret, drawing boundaries, changing the culture around you, and how to be successful in the most...
What if you could become more effective and more fulfilled in your work at the same time? Turns out it’s far from impossible.
In this conversation with JJ Sutherland, CEO of Scrum, Inc., you’ll hear how changing the way you view your work will increase your happiness AND enable you to do twice the work in half the time.
To binge-listen to more career happiness success stories, find all the podcasts at https://happentoyourcareer....
I used to be in recruiting and conducted thousands of interviews. In almost every single interview I, people say they want the same thing: “I want a place where I can grow”.
When I would press them on it - “What does growth mean for you?” - nearly all of them didn’t have an answer. Or the answer was something like, “I want to be able to contribute to the organization.”
I thought this was fascinating because we all intuitively know ...
For many years, my wife, Alyssa, and I have had the argument about what is the “better way” to do hard things.
Today’s podcast episode is not a normal episode where Scott interviews some awesome person and you get to glean from all the insight and inspiration.
It’s not even one of those episodes where Scott brings you awesome knowledge-bombs by himself or a co-host.
Today, we’re sharing an interview that Scott had on another podcast - so Scott gets to be in the hot seat, answering tons of questions - specifically about strengths.
Job interview = sweaty palms + racing heart + blank mind
It feels like the interviewer can see right through you.
You think: “There’s no way I’m going to get this job.”
But, let me let you in on a little secret: You have no reason to be nervous. Because, you are interviewing that company just as much as they are interviewing you!
Sound crazy? Unrelatable? Impossible? Well, I'll let you in on another little secret: I...
If we're honest with ourselves, we spend way too much time on things we don’t find important or essential.
This leaves us feeling a lack of accomplishment and satisfaction.
Learning to identify and focus on just the essential things is a whole different lifestyle that few are willing to live.
Best-selling author Greg McKeown of “Essentialism” shares how you can become an essentialist and radically change your life.
Do you wake up in the morning excited to go to work?
If not, why?
There is no reason to be living a life that doesn’t suit you or make you happy.
The first thing to realize is that things don’t work out unless you make them.
You are the person in charge of your life. Be willing to take risks. Learn to get into the habit of doing the hard things that need to be done to change your path to get you where you want to go in life and in ...
Possibly the most difficult part of finding opportunities that fit you, is locating organizations that are a perfect match for you. After all, there really isn’t a list out there of companies that are small family-style organizations that happen to allow highly flexible schedules and also have large amounts of resources and a leadership team hell-bent on integrity.
Those organizations are out there, for sure, but the question is: ...
Ever notice how everything people want in life comes from doing difficult things (that very few people are willing to do)? This is often because you can’t tangibly see an impact right away.
From growing up on a small Oklahoma farm to leading the Walt Disney Paris expansion and the Executive Vice President of Operations for the Walt Disney World Resorts, Lee Cockerell has navigated through one challenging situation after another (af...
What if you could get access to career opportunities simply by using words? Or stand out against the millions of people on Linkedin so that companies contact you (instead of trying to chase job postings)?
It’s more than just possible, it’s a realistically learnable skill for anyone who is willing to put in the effort. Once you learn this skill you can have a competitive advantage for the rest of your life (and career).
You’ve been ignoring that feeling in your gut for months, even years. Maybe it’s been about your job, or how you’re raising your kids or even the fact that you think you might be settling in your relationships. Whatever it is now it’s time to learn to start paying attention to it.
Because science and research tell us that your intuition is great at letting you know when things are off. What it’s not great at is helping you un...
One of the big things that we talk and teach about is strengths. Specifically, we help people identify their Signature Strengths.
There are a lot of people that seem to minimize the importance of identifying and understanding their strengths, but it really is one of the most important pieces to find or create your ideal career.
Today, we’re sharing a conversation with Kirby Verceles.
Kirby has been through several career transition...
On Monday, I shared our podcast episode about how career change really works and showed you .
And I mentioned a 13-step process to make a successful career change.
Today, we get into what is the step-by-step process.
Now, I say process a little bit liberally, because, in reality, this is a very squiggly line type event.
It's forwards and backwards, and up and down, and all over in order to get to work that matters to you - work...