Ricci Neer is an award winning bad ass! In this interview, she tells her story of how she started with no money or experience and built her hugely successful businesses. She also shares the upcoming tour dates for her Internet Fame Project tour called “Passion, Possibilities, & Profit.”
What Feedly is, how it works, and how to use it to track leads and comment feeds.Continue Reading →
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No matter what you think of the economy, people are making money. Lots of money. And it isn’t just lottery winners.
Lately, I’ve been coming across incredibly inspiring people living passionately and making a living doing things they love and/or are really good at.
Down economies and joblessness force us to get creative. When we get creative, we discover interests and passions that we didn’t know were in us. Of course, not having income adds stress and pressure so it is equally important to take time to relax, breath, meditate, and have fun.
In this post, I’m going to give you some links to incredible opportunities and stories of people I know personally who have used their creativity, soul searching, and various interests to find lucrative work that allows them to live their passions.
I’ll even include articles and job listings for the awesome career of social media manager.Continue Reading →
Emile Cambry, Jr. does a lot with his life.
MBA professor. Entrepreneur. Film maker. And now, he is launching a revolutionary after school program that preps kids of the SATs and teaches them how to build (and sell) Apps for cell phones, TV, and beyond.
Emile Cambry is not new to business, teaching, or even programming and technology. Emile used to write for the online social media and technology publication, Mashable. He also has films that have won awards at the Cannes Film Festival. Rather than keeping all that awesomeness to himself, he makes it a priority to give kids the opportunity to have the same amazing and diverse experiences he has enjoyed and that have so greatly contributed to his success.
In this podcast, I pick Emile’s brain about his new after school project, the 21st CenturyYouth Program. I ask him about his ideas, inspiration, road blocks, and progress. We also talk about his new upcoming film, For Flow, about to Brooklyn MCs following their dreams…….. READ FULL STORY
Sam Davidson is one of the most inspiring, and bad-ass Gen-Y entrepreneurs I’ve ever met. If you don’t feel like taking your dreams head on after listening to this interview with Sam, then I don’t know what will inspire you.
In this interview with Sam, he tells us all about his latest book, “50 Things Your Life Doesn’t Need.” This book is sweet! It helps you remove the clutter in your life that keeps you from living your life passionately. You can check out the awesome movie trailer right here, too. Better yet, pick up the book! I did. Worth every little penny.
On today’s podcast, I discuss:
- The difference between saying what you want and actually getting what you want.
- Why the above statement impacts both your dating life as well as your business or your job search.
- How Facebook can make you hundreds of extra dollars this month for free.
- What to buy for the job seekers in your life this holiday season.
- Updates on the Job Search Website Experiment. (Are you participating? I want to hear from you!) – Some of my favorite blogs, businesses, articles, and insights from around the interwebs.
This is my first solo show so… go easy on me, friends! And please leave your comments and feedback!
This is the Love Your Work Life Job Search Experiment Contest! You might not only win a job… you might also win an awesome book!
How to Play:
1. Create your Job Search Website
2. Post & promote your site by the deadline
You might win a book by Jenny Blake, Seth Godin, or Sam Davidson! So fun! Let’s do it together!Continue Reading →
Nicole Yeary of AelloLUXE shares her incredibly inspiring story. In this interview, Nicole tells us about her move to Chicago and how she lost her job only a month later (after signing an 18 month lease on a condo). She talks about her job search, her difficulties, how she found a way through all of it, and how a business that showcases her tremendously valuable talents developed as a result of the whole crazy adventure.
Betty Jean Bell opens the conversation on Twitter: What are the top 4 pieces of advice for job seekers over 40 and how does social media play into it? See the conversation and the top 4 pieces of advice right here.Continue Reading →
Coach and “Master Connector,” Heidi Massey, teaches us how to get started with social media and why it is vital to your organization or non-profit. As a matter of fact, Heidi’s explainations of social media and how to use them are the simplest I have ever heard! If you don’t have an “Ah-ha Moment” on this call and find yourself Tweeting like a pro, I will… uh, well – I’ll be surprised.