Sarah’s inspiring story reveals that creating your own ‘luck’ is the key to working with the best and setting boundaries is the key to having a life outside of work.
We can do our jobs and we can live our lives and the more fully we are able to live our lives and the more humanely we treat ourselves and the people around us the better we can do our jobs.
In this student case study, not only will you learn about the important mindset and relevant skills you need that goes beyond the technical aspect of your resume.
Dr. Jessica Higgins and I discuss what really goes on behind the scenes when it comes to the start of any personal or professional relationship, and how that attraction can so easily shift to conflict.
As Michael Kammes put it, AI is not going away and we cannot fight this fact (or it). Whether you’re feeling as if your career is threatened by AI, or you are excited about the potential career advancement it can assist you with, you’re going to love this conversation as much as I did.
Throughout our conversation, William shares his first hand experiences on some of the principles I teach in the Optimizer Coaching and Mentorship program like shifting your mindset to work in your favor, staying authentic to your values, facing your fears head on.
Chase Jarvis and I discuss key strategies you can use to intentionally use your creative calling, as well as how to surround yourself with the right people that will support your creativity and goals along with it.
Kristina and I covered many topics, including surrounding yourself with the right people and trusting your deeper intuition, even if you feel uncertain about where you’re ultimately headed.
In our conversation, we discuss what creativity really is, how it works, and the ways in which anyone can learn these essential concepts and unleash their own creativity (yes, you can LEARN how to be creative).
My conversation with Niceole is as non-traditional as her pathway to Hollywood, but I have no doubt you’ll receive even more advice on breaking into the industry (or further climbing your current ladder) because of it.
As you’ll hear in our conversation, not only will you understand how to better write your own stories, but you’ll learn how to apply Will’s unconventional approaches to rewrite the story of your own life.
This episode offers valuable insights into the making of Severance, as well as practical tips for anyone striving to find balance in their own life (I even put Dan on the Hot Seat to help him tackle his current work-life balance challenges).
Being that both Jen and myself are creatives with ADD, our conversation covers a massive range of topics including: following your passion (or not), how to fail forwards, why you should never “fake it til you make it”, and what specific quality will set you (and your career) up for success.
Beyond Chris’ detailed explanation, we dive deep into how you can use the principles of the Hero’s Journey to both understand and change the story of your own life.
As both Matt and Matthew share here, so much of your potential success comes down to your mindset as well as your ability to do proper cold outreach.