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Host Rod Colon and Producer Wanda Sharif-Rodriguez cpature moments from 100 shows of Own Your Career. Call-in and share the moments that made a difference in managing your career as a business. We love to hear from you as we celebrate our 100th Show.
Many people state that they have to work to earn a living, support a family, or just to stay busy. There are so many people that are just working to be working without loving what they do. Over the past twenty years, I have counseled hundreds of individuals who have for whatever reason have worked in various fields to make ends meet and not feeling fulfilled with their lives. Three big questions that one needs to ask themselves are 1) Why are you working? 2) What do you really want to do? and 3) Where do you want to do it? Once a person has the answers to these questions, then all other questions will fall into place. ie How much money will they need or want to make?
Here are two book resources for your review "Do what you are: Discover the Perferct Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type" by Paul D. Tieger & Barbara Barron and "150 Best Low-Stress Jobs" by Laurence Shatkin, PhD
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One significant challenge faced by millions of people every day is the inability to communicate effectively in the workplace. In reality, communication is the foundation for success and failure in nearly every aspect of life. Over the next four weeks, Brand Expert Latrice Collins will conduct a four part series that will enlighten you and strengthen your communication skills.
We are excited that Tisha Lucero, Senior Vice President for the Wells Fargo Consumer Lending Group will be our special guest this week. If you are understanding company culture, conflicts with your manager, or growing in your career, you don’t want to miss these programs. Each session encompasses professional development, leadership training and conflict managing training tips.
Part 1: The Power of Emotion Intelligence
Part 2: Recognizing Individual Communication Styles
Part 3: Emotions VS Logic, which one will win in a battle?
Part 4: Navigating Through Company Culture and Management Styles
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Another great topic of discussion this week, learn how to use Networking effectively in your career. All of us have friends, colleagues, co-workers, past co-workers, but do we really network effectively with them? Networking really starts with helping others out first, to serve and help them with their need. When you do that, it is much easier to connect with someone to find a job or obtain career advice. Learn from the career expert, JoeWoo as he shares tips on how to network effectively!
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What are your career questions? Are you having some challenges, Need a 'How To' or Just want to share something that has progressed your career and others may be able to apply during their search.
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STOP Living, Breathing and working BENEATH your Purpose! Join TCE's Career Talk Radio along with special guests as we share employment, economy tips, e-business tips and solutions to help you make Monday Mornings...BETTER! Create the life of your dreams.
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Once you start the network machinery running, the next step is training yourself to think of your job search as a business with you as its CEO. All of the decisions affecting your job search begin and end with you and you will learn the fine art of taking responsibility for them.
Every so often someone crosses your path who becomes a lightning rod that changes your life forever. For me, the turning point was meeting Mr. Rod Colón back in January of 1999. While exploring consulting opportunities, a friend suggested I contact Rod to discuss tactics and strategies. As I recall, he had no leads to share with me at that time; nevertheless I walked away from that meeting with a strange and inspiring thought: Whatever Rod Colón was involved in, I wanted to be a part of it. He had brilliant business insights, an animated, uplifting and thoroughly engaging personality, and what appeared to be a sixth sense about how to help people find jobs. (Carl E. Reid)
Today's job search starts online. If you are not technically inclined (and even if you are) mulling through the web to find the best resources can be daunting. During this episode I will reveal:
Top tech gadgets to help you stay ahead of the job search
Top websites to help you find open jobs and be seen by recruiters
Top tips to transform your resume to a digital resume.
Join me this Saturday at 1:30 pm ET. Call (347) 857-1557 or log on to listen.
*Have pen and paper ready because this episode will be packed with information!
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Angela has been supporting and advising people about their careers for more than two decades. In this episode she shares specific tips to help you take control of your career and thrive rather than being at the mercy of outside forces like clueless managers, changes in your industry, and the ups and downs of the economy.
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Latrice Collins launches her new radio blog titled, The Career Brand. In this episode she will share with you the four elements of her personally created Career Brand model. This is ideal for individual striving to grow in their career. By the end of this session, Ms. Collins will unveil her new PRIM series made especially for individuals’ on-the-go.
This powerful episode is high energy and packed with information to help you launch your career success. Whether you are a busy mom, graduating student, unemployed, under-employed or proven professional, THIS IS FOR YOU!