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Best Sara Holtz podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Sara Holtz podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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After her famed book "Anne of Green Gables," Lucy Maud Montgomery continued her stories in "Chronicles of Avonlea" followed by "Further Chronicles of Avonlea." The book includes fifteen short and entertaining, funny, and romantic stories. She brings back old characters such as Anne, Rachel Lynde, and Matthew Cuthbert, although most of the stories are focused around new characters living in Avonlea. Summary by francesb. Prooflisteners: Beth Thomas, and Kimberly Krause. Story 1 - Aunt Cynthia' ...
 
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Sara Holtz discusses two previous episodes that talk about networking through email and social media. Episodes about remote networking: Reach Out and Build Your Network with Molly Beck Staying in Touch with Weak Ties with Karen Wickre Books about remote networking: Reach Out: The Simple Strategy to Expand Your Network and Increase You Influence by …
 
In this episode, host Sara Holtz, shares some resources to help you deal with job loss due to the pandemic – whether it’s because you’ve been laid off, fired or work has dried up. Resources: Podcast: Surviving Being Unemployed (Episode 60) with Stephanie Brown - https://tomyyounger.me/tag/stephanie-brown/ Book: Fired: Why losing your job is the bes…
 
Robin Farmanfarmaian, author of The Thought Leader Formula, discusses how you can become a thought leader – even if you work in a corporate environment. You’ll hear: How to pick a topic on which to be a thought leader How being a thought leader can propel your career Why it’s important to invest you own money in your career Book: The Thought Leader…
 
It’s a stressful time for all of us. It’s not easy to feel happy. But guests from three previous episodes share tips for feeling happier, regardless of our circumstances. Carolyn Webb – How to Have a Good Day - https://tomyyounger.me/tag/caroline-webb/ Nataly Kogan – Being Happier at Work - http://tomyyounger.me/episode-59-being-happier-at-work-wit…
 
Jamie Brown Hantman, author of Heels in the Arena, shares her experiences working at the highest levels of government in Washington. Interestingly, those lessons are equally applicable to your work in the private sector. You’ll hear: How being a woman in a male-dominated environment can be an asset Why relationships are more crucial to getting thin…
 
Carla Bass, author of Write with Influence, discusses how to make your business writing clear and concise, so that it has maximum impact. You’ll hear: The most common mistakes made in business writing How to structure your memos and email for maximum impact How to write a performance review that will get you a raise Book: Write to Influence Additio…
 
Dana Look-Arimoto, author of Stop Settling, Settle Smart, discusses why we should stop trying to achieve work-life balance. Instead, we should focus on what’s important to us and make conscious decisions to spend our time on those things. You’ll hear: Why you shouldn’t strive for work-life balance How to spend your time by design, not by default Ho…
 
Susan Packard, author of Fully Human: 3 Steps to Grow Your Emotional Fitness in Work, Leadership, and Life, discusses the importance of becoming self-aware. You’ll hear: Why it’s critical to your career success that you become self-aware The importance of doing an inventory of your strengths and developmental opportunities How others can help you s…
 
Rachel Cossar, an expert in non-verbal communications and founder of Choreography for Business, discusses the messages you unconsciously send with your body language and how to consciously choose to tailor your body language to have the impact you want. You’ll hear about: The non-verbal messages we send through our body language Tips to appear conf…
 
Esther Wojcicki, author of How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results, shares her formula, which she calls TRICK, for empowering others to be successful. You’ll hear: How to make your team more productive and creative The importance of trusting and respecting your colleagues What de-motivates your team FB: @EstherWojcicki Li…
 
In this episode, Mary Abbajay, author of Managing Up, discusses how you can improve your relationship with your boss by figuring out their workstyle and then adapting your workstyle to better match his or hers. You’ll hear: How to tell whether your boss is an introvert or extrovert – and what to do with that information. What the four common workst…
 
Kathy Davies, founder of Designing Your Life for Women, discusses a process for discovering a career that you find satisfying and meaningful. You’ll hear: Why you shouldn’t try to find your one, true calling Why you should prototype careers you are considering How to develop three alternative Odyssey Plans for your career Find out about the Designi…
 
Annie Duke, a professional poker player and author of Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts, discusses common pitfalls in making difficult decisions and approaches to use to make good decisions. You’ll hear: Why you shouldn't use pro and con lists in making decisions The first thing you should do before making…
 
In this live show, Shasta Nelson, author of Friendships Don’t Just Happen and Frientimacy, discusses how to maintain friendships while juggling the demands of work. You’ll hear: How to cancel plans with a friend when you have to work How to react when someone always cancels plans with you How friendships affect your health Books: Friendships Don’t …
 
In this live show, Shasta Nelson, author of Friendships Don’t Just Happen and Frientimacy, discusses how to handle some of the tricky situations that arise when your friends are also your co-workers. You’ll hear: Why it's important to have friends at work The ingredients of a genuine work friendship How to handle it when your friend becomes your bo…
 
Lori Mihalich-Levin, author of Back to Work After Baby: How to Plan and Navigate a Mindful Return from Maternity Leave and founder of Mindful Return, discusses how to navigate your return to work after a maternity leave. You’ll hear: What to include in your maternity leave plan How to deal with "mommy guilt" How to set boundaries when you work a fl…
 
Susan Burnett discusses how you can use design-thinking to intentionally design a day that honors your priorities (whatever they may be) and leverages your energy. You’ll hear: Why your goal should not be to achieve work-life balance How re-sequencing tasks can make you more productive Why it is important to share your priorities with others Additi…
 
Karen Wickre, author of Taking the Work Out of Networking: An Introvert’s Guide to Making Connections That Count, discusses why you need to stay in touch with the “weak ties” in your network and how to do it. You’ll hear: Why it's important to stay in touch with your "weak ties" How you can network effectively using social media That building a rob…
 
Emilie Aries, author of Bossed Up: A Grown Woman's Guide to Getting Your Sh*t Together and the Founder & CEO of Bossed Up, discusses why it is important to put yourself in the driver’s seat of your career and how to do that. You’ll hear: Why it is important to take a proactive approach to your career How to react to criticism The steps to take to b…
 
J. Kelly Hoey, author of Build Your Dream Network, discusses critical elements of success – having a network, getting career advice, and self-promoting effectively. You’ll hear: The value of peer mentors How to ask for advice from a mentor Why you shouldn't have a Plan B Book: Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships in a Hyper-Conn…
 
Frances Taplett, a diversity and inclusion consultant at BCG, discusses how individuals and companies can address the challenges that dual career couples face in balancing their work lives and their home lives. You’ll hear: How to structure a work day that works for you and your company Some innovative approaches to sharing household and childcare …
 
Amy Stanton, author of The Feminine Revolution: 21 Ways to Ignite the Power of Your Femininity for a Brighter Life and a Better World, discusses the benefit of bringing your feminine qualities to the workplace. You’ll hear: Why your feminine qualities are strengths, not weaknesses in the workplace How sensitivity, intuition, mothering and agreeabil…
 
Lori Gottlieb, therapist and author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, discusses picking a therapist, dealing with things not turning out as expected, and how to stop comparing yourself to others. You’ll hear: When it's time to see a therapist Why you should focus on your envy How to navigate a career pivot Book: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone …
 
Lois Frankel, career coach and author of Nice Girls Still Don’t Get the Corner Office, discusses the “nice girl” behaviors that may be getting in the way of your successful career. You’ll hear: How "nice girl" behaviors don't serve you well in the workplace How to discover the unwritten rules in your workplace The importance of having clarity about…
 
Melanie Vetter, founder of Wellfleet Circle, discusses how you can use brief writing exercises to craft your personal mission statement. You’ll hear: Why having a personal mission statement is important How to craft a personal mission statement How to implement your mission statement in "baby steps" LinkedIn: @melanievetter Facebook: Wellfleet Circ…
 
Kathryn Sollmann, career coach and author of Ambition Redefined: Why the Corner Office Doesn’t Work for Every Woman and What to Do Instead, discusses the real costs of leaving the workforce, even if just for a few years, and what your other options are. You’ll hear: How much it actually costs to leave the workforce What some of your options are for…
 
Brande Stellings, an expert on women’s career advancement and workplace inclusion, and founder of Vestry Laight, discusses how to discover the unwritten rules of your workplace and other important uses of your network. You’ll hear: How to learn what the unwritten rules are in your workplace Why it is so important to build your network What you shou…
 
Molly Beck, author of Reach Out: The Simple Strategy to Expand Your Network and Increase Your Influence, discusses using email to build your network efficiently and effectively. You’ll hear: How to clarify your short-term career goals Where to start building your network How to reach out to people you don’t know for career-enhancing advice The impo…
 
Tonya Dalton, productivity expert and founder of inkWELL Press, discusses how to be a better delegator and the unappreciated benefits of procrastination. You’ll hear: How to delegate effectively Why you need to check in regularly when you delegate Why procrastination is not always a bad thing Website: http://www.inkwellpress.com Twitter: @inkwellpr…
 
KJ Dell’Antonia discusses why to stay in the workforce after having kids, how to sanely juggle work and family and how to approach a career pivot. You’ll hear: Why you should stay in the workforce after having kids How to think about childcare expenses What your mindset should be if you’re contemplating a career pivot Book: How to Be a Happier Pare…
 
Kate White, author of The Gutsy Girl Handbook: Your Manifesto for Success, discusses why you must take risks in your career and how to make those risks “smart risks”. You’ll hear: Why it’s important to take risks in your career How to feel more comfortable taking risks Why you need to stop worrying so much Book: The Gutsy Girl Handbook: Your Manife…
 
Anne Bogel, author of Reading People, and creator of the popular blog, Modern Mrs. Darcy, discusses how personality assessments can help us better understand ourselves and use that understanding to help us thrive at work. You’ll hear: How personality assessments can help you know who you are and what you need to be successful The workplace implicat…
 
Anne Elkin, Vice President of Human Resources at Qualcomm, discusses how the StrengthsFinder assessment tool can help you identify your strengths, better understand your co-workers and be happier and more productive at work. You’ll hear: Why it is important to focus on your strengths rather than to try to overcome your weaknesses How to figure out …
 
Host Sara Holtz discusses how paying attention to your activities at work can help you discover your natural strengths. You’ll hear: Why it’s important to know what your natural strengths are Why it is difficult to know what your strengths are Questions to ask yourself to help you discover your strengths Website: tomyyounger.me For Twitter, Instagr…
 
Sally Helgesen, co-author of How Women Rise: Break 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion or Job, discusses how some of the behaviors which you think are serving you in your career may actually be holding your career back. You’ll hear: How you may not be making the most of your network Why you need to say “oh well” more often Wh…
 
Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace, authors of The Ambition Decisions: What Women Know about Work, Family, and the Path to Building a Life, discuss important decisions to consider when crafting a career You’ll hear: The role money should play in career decisions How intertwined your career is with that of your spouse or partner Why “finding your pas…
 
Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace, authors of The Ambition Decision: What Women Know About Work, Family, and the Path to Building a Life, discuss the three predictable career paths that women experience and the consequences that follow as a result of each choice. You’ll hear: What the three career paths are that ambitious women choose Which path re…
 
Joanne Lipman, author of That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together, discusses what’s not working in the workplace today and what’s needed to fix it. You’ll hear: Why it’s important to enlist men in the quest for gender equality Why women “leaning in” is only part of the solution Why it’s import…
 
Lauren McGoodwin, CEO of Career Contessa, shares practical tips on how to negotiate for a raise. You’ll hear: The mindset you should have when negotiating your salary How to get information about what others are earning in comparable jobs How to prepare for asking for a raise Why you need to follow up after your “raise conversation” Website: www.ca…
 
Host Sara Holtz and 5 guests share a big mistake they made early in their careers, how they recovered from it, and what they learned as a result. You’ll hear: The important lessons we learn from mistakes How even major mistakes are not career-limiting Why you shouldn’t beat yourself up about mistakes you make Let’s keep the conversation going! What…
 
Jessica Lahey, author of The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed, talks about the importance of owning and sharing your mistakes and how to bounce back from failure. You’ll hear: Why you need to own your mistakes How to think about the mistakes you’ve made Why it’s important to share your mistakes Boo…
 
Stephanie Brown, author of Fired: Why Losing Your Job is the Best Thing that Can Happen to You, shares how to make the most of the experience of finding yourself out of work. You’ll hear: what to do right after you lose your job the importance of maintaining a schedule while out of work how to make the most of your time between jobs why you should …
 
Nataly Kogan, author of Happier Now, shares the practices you can use to be happier at work (and in life). You’ll hear: That happiness is a skill that you can cultivate The five practices that will make you happier at work (and in life) Why you should take a midday break from work Website: www.happier.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natal…
 
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