The Corelink Solution with James Rosseau, Sr.

The Corelink Solution with James Rosseau, Sr.

Do you find yourself wondering where your career is going at times? Feeling stuck in terms of how you might move forward? Or even wondering what it all means? Don’t worry; you are not alone. Many, despite where they are in their career, feel the same way. If the world were perfect, we would live the life of our favorite superheroes. We would stumble upon our superpowers (our gifts and talents) and even goof around with them for a while with our friends, but ultimately, we would find the purpose for which we were given those superpowers. We would even have a Yoda-like guide that helps us hone those superpowers as we work to fulfill that purpose. While the world is not perfect, my guests and I will help you find your superpowers and hone them in pursuit of fulfilling your purpose. A little bit about James James Rosseau Sr. is the founder and CEO of The Corelink Solution, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to revitalizing communities through programs that empower people to reach their potential. With a passion for helping others and leading a “head and heart” mission, James has dedicated the remainder of his career to helping leaders achieve sustainable business growth. The leadership facilitation work he delivers as an entrepreneur allows him to fuel the non-profit. With over 20 years of leadership experience in various industries, including insurance, healthcare, and financial services, James has created and guided high-performing teams by delivering double-digit growth, mergers and acquisitions, offshoring, outsourcing, startups, and well over 300 partnerships. Before pursuing his own entrepreneurial endeavors, James held various executive positions with companies such as JPMorgan Chase, Allstate, and LegalShield. James has confronted and overcome major challenges but was able to persevere with his excellent work ethic and drive to make a positive change in the world. James earned his EMBA from Northwestern University and attained his undergraduate degree from the University of Phoenix. As a devoted community member who enjoys staying active, James currently serves on the DeVry University Board of Trustees and as an executive coach and leadership facilitator for ThinkHuman, helping client partners and teams achieve sustainable growth. He is also the author of Success on Your Own Terms: 6 Promises to Fire up your Passion, Ignite Your Career and Create an Amazing Life. James believes in God’s unique plan and potential for each human being, as well as the right to pursue it through systems designed for their success, and draws his purpose from this testament. #PurposeDrivenCareer #Careers #CareerAdvice #CareerGuidance #CareerManagement #Entrepreneurship #PurposeDrivenLeadership

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October 15, 2021 28 min

Chris Delaney has helped thousands improve their interview success leading him to write his book, “What Is Your Interview Identity,” and develop the sixteen interview types. During our conversation, we discuss three key tips that have helped people become more successful in landing the job of their dreams.

About Chris Delaney

Chris Delaney is an interview coach, author, and hypnotherapist. Being dyslexic Chris struggled in school...

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The line of sight between where you are now and your vision is difficult to create, to begin with. At to that the inevitable barriers that you will face in between. Some of those barriers include people, cultures, and more. How will you properly handle them? This episode will share some techniques that will help.

About Salman Raza

Salman is a Biomedical Engineer by qualification, an Auditor by profession, and a reformist and ...

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How do you make a comeback in your life, when you believe you have failed? Not only when you believe others may have given up on you, but when you have given up on yourself? Nate Dukes share his story, along with three insightful tips that helped him go from the lows of drug addiction, grand theft auto, and imprisonment, to author and public speaker.


About Nate Dukes

In his early twenties, Nate was a business owner chasing succ...

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Drive towards success with more predictability by shifting your focus from outcomes alone to what you truly want and consistent behaviors. Dr. Ian Brooks joins me to share his model for how to do that and achieve transformation.

About Dr. Ian Brooks

Dr. Ian D. Brooks, the CEO and founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting and Author of Intention: Building Capabilities to Transform Your Story. He works with leaders in organizations to dev...

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Over the past year, we have all adjusted to a significant amount of change.  However, what if you could be better prepared for change?  Cathy Perez joins for an informative dialogue about the personal and professional benefits of organizing and the four-step process on how to do it.


About Cathy Perez

Cathy Perez always had a passion for health and fitness, being organized and sharing her curiosity for life with anyone who would...

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For many, having a career today means being creative, whether full-time, part-time or sometimes. The question becomes how do you create sustainability for yourself within these creative spaces, particularly given the massive number of participants. In 2020 alone, it was estimated that 17,000 new podcasts were created each week.

Dave Noll is a two-time Emmy Award and Gracie Award Winner, with over 50 Television Series under his bel...

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Managing perception and cognitive bias, emotional intelligence, and communications are significant for career success. We often develop these skills through traditional training along with trial and error. However, former FBI violent crime analyst, Christina Eanes, has found a way to hone these skills for individuals and leaders alike, through the utilization of escape rooms.

Christina Eanes is a former FBI violent crime analyst...

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How are some organizations outperforming others and doing so in a sustained way?  Is it about an iconic leader or a culture?  If it is about leadership, are those skills you are born with, or can they be developed?

Those were just some of the questions that Daniel Edds set out to answer as he began the research for his latest book, Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, Cracking the code of sustainable team performance.   During t...

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Job satisfaction statistics have been challenged for years, often hovering in the 60%-70% range. I recall, when writing my first book, Success On Your Own Terms: 6 Promises to Fire Up Your Passion, Ignite Your Career, and Create an Amazing Life, back in 2013, how heavily that notion weight on my mind, that any given time while driving to work, I could count off the cars stuck in traffic with me, and at best, only three out of ten ...

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According to the American Federal of Teachers, more than 45 million student loan borrowers owe student debt, amassing over $1.6 trillion (the second-largest type of consumer debt after mortgages). This translates to $37,000 for the average college debt holder, which ends up being about a 7.7-year delay in their path to homeownership.

Emeka Oguh, Founder and CEO of PeopleJoy, is on a mission to solving what he calls the “student de...

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What does it take to be a true leader? Some say people are born with leadership skills; others say leadership skills are learned. Jason Hunt says that the true key to effective leadership lies in personal connections.

Jason Hunt is the CEO of Eye Squared Leadership, a consulting agency that seeks to guide people to become better leaders in business and have a more positive impact on those around them. Jason codified his approach t...

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Owning a small business can be personally and finally rewarding. However, 90% of start-ups fail within the first three-years. During this episode, you will learn Sean’s Eight Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-up Success that he has created after starting over twenty businesses over the past twenty years.

Starting a business takes a huge leap of faith. There are plenty of obstacles for aspiring business owners to overcome, from ...

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When it comes to driving business success, the typical depictions on display are tough, relentless, hard-charging leaders. To a degree, many below the underlying behaviors are expected and even required to achieve success.

I am joined by Dr. Bruno Roque Cignacco, an international business consultant, speaker, and business coach, in this episode. He debunks these norms in his new book, The Art of Compassionate Business: Main Princi...

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How you ever found yourself drifting and wondering how you might make your way through? Better yet, feeling mistreated and not sure how to bounce back from it? You are not alone. Whether it be jobs, relationships, or other situations, we often find ourselves waiting for heroes to show up, inappropriately believing that problems will subside or just “holding on” out of shame (e.g., concerned that people will mock our perceived lack ...

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While spending approximately 2/3rds less on advertising, storydoing companies are growing faster, have faster-growing stock prices, and are twice as likely or more perceived as modern, innovative, and create more employee and consumer loyalty.

While operating as an advertising executive, Ty couldn’t help but notice a gap in-between the story they were telling and the story they were living with some companies. That observation le...

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If someone told you they knew the most important skill necessary to achieve success, would you be intrigued?  Sure, you would!  So was I, particularly when I consider that over the years many of us have consciously or unconsciously digested many remedies, both in long-form and “hacks” (if you will) in the pursuit of success.

Through his research, Dr. Wayne Baker, professor of Business Administration at the University of Michigan’s...

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Believe it or not, more than 20 million people have filed for unemployment within the United States alone. Further, recent projections have stated that up to 40 million people may be evicted from their homes by the end of this year.

Creating multiple streams of income is no longer a nice to have, but for many, it is a must-do now action, as they are unemployed or underemployed. During this episode, I spend time with Darnell Self,...

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Many have heard the phrase that “culture eats strategy for breakfast,” originated by Peter Drucker. Well, the question is, how does that apply when we think about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion? During this episode, my guest, Yemi Akisanya, juxtaposes the key differences between a good strategy and the evidence of a great culture.

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Imagine implementing four day work weeks across your organization, followed by 30% + increases in employee engagement and spikes in productivity. Imagine thousands of organizations following your lead, asking you to help implement and your Prime Minister suggesting that businesses use this model as they re-emerge from Covid-19.

Andrew Barnes, the founder of Perpetual Garden, joins me and shares his journey, the best practices,...

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With the continued, and understandable outcry for social justice within the United States and abroad, we have seen many organizations focus on their efforts to contribute to change. Angela Talton, is a senior diversity and inclusion strategist, with notable experience, including leading Nielsen to rank as one of the top companies in D&I in Fortune and Forbes.

During our discussion, Angela shares the practices that she has seen...

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