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Honest career advice can be hard to find, whether or not you have the network. Hardly Working is a podcast that curates trending career content, featuring highlights from Fishbowl Live: conference-level conversations with industry leaders and experts from the Fishbowl app. This is a weekly show that will connect you to water cooler talk at all levels of your industry. Working professionals will share their experiences and give advice on how to build a sustainable career, from salary negotiat ...
 
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Learn from pros who have sat on both side of the negotiation table and know what it takes to seal the deal. Capgemini’s Lynn Hodak and Katrina Grant. Hint: consider your education, experience, and location – and how that translates to competitive compensation. Then take a breath, be humble, and make the ask. At the end of the day, your current (or …
 
Each month the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its monthly jobs report. And the big question: what does it mean to you, as a job seeker? The reality: behind the inflation chatter and unemployment highs and lows, there are tons of tidbits that can help inform your search – and in this episode of Hardly Working, our own Chief Economist Aaron Terr…
 
New Year, new career, and job search expert Laurisa Milici is here to help. In this hands-on episode of Hardly Working, she’ll share her secret sauce – the exact process Laurisa used (literally) hundreds of times to find her next great consulting gig. From making your CV stand out, to working your existing relationships, to being your own professio…
 
New year, new career, right? Right! An award-winning leadership coach Ronnie Dickerson-Stewart is here to help hit the ground running with a simple, powerful framework for success. From assessing your inner circle, to understanding the changes that brought your career to this exact point in time, to committing to learning, gratitude, and networking…
 
The reality? Every office is dysfunctional. Yes, even yours. Your (real) job, then, should be figuring out that unique flavor of dysfunction and what it actually takes to succeed. Because we’re betting it isn’t time, talent, and a get-it-done attitude. In this installment of Hardly Working, author Ken Kupchik doles out hilariously spot-on workplace…
 
When it comes to data analytics, there are no dumb questions – and everyone has a seat at the table, explains General Assembly Data Engineer & GA Data Analytics Instructor Candace Pereira-Roberts. If you’re a curious problem-solver and creative thinker ready to step out of your comfort zone and into a fast-growing industry, a data-related career co…
 
At 34, chef and restaurant owner Mark Taylor found himself with $600 in the bank – and the need to immediately pivot professions. Fast forward to today and Mark’s an influential force in entertainment, renowned for leading Nickelodeon Animation, negotiating billion-dollar Netflix orders, and always carrying his trusty Nerf gun (he’ll explain). In t…
 
Rebecca Minkoff is one of the most dynamic voices in fashion. But in the beginning, launching her now-coveted handbag collections meant shuttering her apparel brand. It was painful, she admits, but in the end, that powerful pivot set the stage for her massive success. In this episode, Rebecca shares her hard-won rules for success, plus strategies f…
 
Networking is key to building a powerhouse career. But just thinking about mingling with could-be contacts is enough to send us into full anxiety mode. So how do you quiet the overwhelm, indecision, and fear of rejection standing between you and the robust professional network you deserve? In this Fishbowl Live, career coach, speaker, and trainer P…
 
Religion is a sensitive topic, but it’s a big part of many people’s identity. As our societies move towards cultivating inclusion, will religious minorities be included too? Simran Jeet Singh, the Executive Director for the Aspen Institute’s religion and society program opens up the conversation with Elisa Domingo the Chief Inclusion Diversity and …
 
Even as a busy working professional, you can make money on the side through real estate. Antoine Martel started investing in real estate in college — which has since scaled to a company where he helps people acquire rental properties and make passive income. We learned property basics in Part 1 and in this Part 2 episode, Antoine shares key wisdom …
 
Jesse Blount III is your finance dad here to talk about money — namely, the psychology of it. With over 36 years as a Senior Vice President and wealth advisor at Morgan Stanley, and experience teaching financial literacy at many companies, he knows the ins and outs of managing your wealth. In this episode, he shares his wisdom on getting to the cor…
 
Leaders are supposed to make good decisions. But how do you navigate the inevitable analysis paralysis in moments of crisis? David Siegel, the CEO of Meetup shares the counter-intuitive decision making framework he used when Meetup was acquired by WeWork during a global pandemic. He also shares nuggets of wisdom from his experiences, from what you …
 
Achieving your dreams seems like a far off ideal, but the truth is you’re just one decision away from changing your life. In this episode, Rory Vaden (NYT bestselling Author) and Ed Mylett (bestselling Author of "The Of One More: The Ultimate Guide To Happiness and Success") share tools to find success in both his career and life; how to develop se…
 
Getting what you want in life is more than manifesting — it’s negotiating. But how do you confidently prepare yourself for tough conversations? In this episode, Moshe Cohen (Boston University) and Diana Chiang (Suffolk University Law School) who teach negotiation to college students and working professionals, share exactly this — how you can negoti…
 
With so much external noise in our daily lives, it’s easy to lose focus on your goals. ClassPass Founder Payal Kadakia discovered a unique method of goal setting, the LifePass method, that changed her approach to business and her life. In this interview, Kadakia shares how she built ClassPass into a billion-dollar business by letting go of traditio…
 
Between the Great Resignation, quiet quitting and late stage capitalism - many of us are rethinking our life choices from our jobs to where we live. If you’re unsure about the next step to take, join Jason Tartick (entrepreneur, host of top business podcast “Trading Secrets” and former contestant of ‘The Bachelorette’) in creating a blueprint of yo…
 
Owning rental property can feel like a far fetched dream exclusively for the super rich. And while there are several variables when purchasing your first investment property, it’s more possible than you might think. In this episode, Antoine Martel (Founder of MartelTurnkey) shares insights from selling 500+ US rental properties in the past 5 years …
 
Meetings in our sweatpants, five second commutes from bed to desk, and the ability to work anywhere with Wi-Fi — WFH is now the norm. But is it here to stay? In this episode, Nick Bunker (North America Economic Research Director, Indeed Hiring Lab) dives into his extensive research on trends in remote work: what employers think about it, if it will…
 
Leadership is about influencing others to collectively achieve a vision. But uncertainty as a leader is inevitable — how do you make solid decisions under those circumstances? In this episode, Kevin Black (ex-Army Caption and advisor to Corporate America leaders) and Christoph Lohr (youngest VP of strategic initiatives at IAPMO) break down the four…
 
Today, tech is a modern-day Wild West operating under little regulation. Considering the grip they have over our day-to-day lives, their oversight shouldn't be left to its creators alone. In this episode, Steve Levine (Editor of the Electric newsletter) and Ben Pring (Co-Author of the book Monster) have a conversation about regulation in the tech s…
 
Everyone knows, change is hard. And your responsibility as a leader is to not only direct change but lead others through it. In this episode, business psychologists Charlene Li and Sharon Melnick discuss how leaders can equip themselves to navigate those moments in life when things get rough— whether it’s by examining yourself internally, or evalua…
 
Finding the perfect fit can be like dating in a major city - really challenging. How do you find someone kind enough to commit their time to you? And once you’ve found one, do you have to stick with them over the course of your career? In this episode, Teresa Rand and Al Smith (Boss Lady Podcast) discuss mentorship: six tips on finding the perfect …
 
Creating career momentum in a hybrid world is a new career game to play. 4 out of 7 working professionals want out of where they’re working, but don’t know where to start. Learn how a career coach can help create momentum, set boundaries and magnify your skills with Nicole Trick Steinbach (BRAVE Coaching) and Eva Beasley (Fishbowl Community Leader)…
 
Social media has created an endless identity crisis of our internet selves. Is building an “authentic” personal brand the only way to achieve success? Learn how to be yourself (or not) on the internet and other tips gleaned from Gary Vee with marketing experts Joanna Soricelli (JS Marketing & Management), Alex De Simone (StarTalk Media / Neil deGra…
 
Making mistakes is part of the journey required to build safe spaces at work. With bravery and an open mind, let's ask ourselves what rules of respect we like to set for allies and for those within our communities in order to build sustainable safe spaces. Arya Davachi, Programming Director at Do The WeRQ, leads a discussion with queer thought lead…
 
Everyone’s having existential questions: “Do I matter? Does the work I’m doing matter? Why am I even doing this?” If you’re hitting a crossroad in your career, join the Co-Founders of the Purpose Company, Gabrielle Bosché & Brian Bosché for a discussion on mistakes to avoid when deciding to leave your job, and questions to consider before you do.…
 
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