Can you really love what you do for work? Nancy Anderson, the author of her groundbreaking book, Work with Passion, says, “Yes!”
Guest: Nancy Anderson author of Work with Passion
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Podcast: Recorded April 1, 2010 (43 min)
I’m often asked if anyone can really love what they do. To set the record straight, Nancy Anderson joins me with her new book Work with Passion at Midlife and Beyond and asks:
- Are you as happy on Monday morning as you are on Friday afternoon?
- Do you work with or for people who have the same values?
- Do you wake up in the morning looking forward to a new day of challenge and growth?
- Does your work give your life meaning and purpose?
- Do you make the money you need?
If you can answer “no” to any of these questions, then you’ll want to join Nancy and I as we explore working with passion. We’ll talk about Nancy’s intuitive and practical approach to create the life you were born to live and how you can find work you love.
Guest Website: www.WorkWithPassion.com
Effective negotiating to lessen the pay gap between the genders.
Aired: June 8, 2010
It’s a roundtable discussion with Desiree Fontaine, the host of the popular midday tv show CT Style (WTNH), and some savvy women including Bloom’s Barb Scala, Eileen Breslin, Deputy General Counsel for NBTY, Inc. and Lisa Wexler host of The Lisa Wexler Show.
Why are women still paid considerably less than men in the workforce? And, how can we negotiate for better salaries and raises?
Best known as Donald Trump’s right-hand woman on The Apprentice, Carolyn and her team of experts have answers for women everywhere.
Guest: Carolyn Kepcher of WorkHerWay.com
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Aired: Thursday, March 25th at 3pm EST
Carolyn heads WorkHerWay.com to provide answers and resources to working women everywhere about new career directions, surviving a layoff, changes needed in the workplace, launching a new business when money is tight and more.
“So much of what we read today seems out of touch with the times. While it’s lovely to pick up a magazine and view a nicely-painted rosy picture of the working world (“Re-invent Yourself With a Makeover and Get That Raise!”), sometimes that just doesn’t resonate when you’re up against a wall after a tough day.”
Carolyn is a straight shooter and doesn’t like to sugar-coat a thing. We’ll talk about what women are really encountering in the work place, the good and the bad, and action steps that work toward having a successful job and career in today’s working world.