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How many young people will face a career crisis before they are 30? This podcast is for parents to help prepare their children for the real world of work. Support them as they tackle the ‘what the heck am I doing with my life’ question. I’m your host, Alana Kilmartin and I have unravelled my early career journey to help others navigate theirs. You can connect with me by visiting alanakilmartin.com
 
How do you build your personal brand and succeed in your career? In her best-selling book, LEAVE YOUR MARK, Aliza Licht, marketing executive and former Twitter phenomenon, DKNY PR GIRL, answers these questions and more. On @leaveyourmarkpodcast, Aliza brews fresh career advice every Sunday with some of her most successful and dynamic friends. With an emphasis on communicating and marketing your personal brand, Aliza and her guests deliver essential advice, inspiration, and motivation for suc ...
 
This legal career and legal employment advice podcast from BCG Attorney Search Founder and CEO, Harrison Barnes, covers the most important topics affecting lawyers and their careers. In each episode, you will learn how to grow and accelerate your legal career through in-depth discussions on issues affecting the law profession and those that work in it. Drawing from over 20 years as a legal recruiter and attorney, Barnes will explore the culture and character of law firms, how to move in and ...
 
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Counsel to Counsel - Career Advice for Lawyers

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Counsel to Counsel - Career Advice for Lawyers

Stephen Seckler: attorney career, marketing and leadership coach

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Counsel to Counsel is a periodic podcast produced by Stephen Seckler of Seckler Attorney Coaching (www.counseltocounsel.com). It addresses important career, marketing, and leadership issues facing attorneys. The target audience is associates, counsel and partners at law firms of all sizes; but the podcast also addresses issues that are relevant to in-house counsel, law students or any lawyer who is looking for career insights inside or outside of the law. Counsel to Counsel is aimed at indiv ...
 
Looking for career advice from people who are strong but thoughtful leaders of successful teams and can help you figure out how to differentiate yourself? Then you've found the right place.Welcome to the Career Advice That Gets Results podcast, the show that gives you proven ideas on how to navigate the twists and turns that WILL happen on your journey to build a successful career.You are in the driver’s seat of your career, so buckle up and take the wheel as my guests and me discuss topics ...
 
The Savvy Young Professional Career and Leadership Podcast is a weekly Show helping Young Professionals Navigate though their career business and life, the savvy way. The weekly show Interviews experts and professionals on topics relevant to anyone seeking to take their career, business and life to the next level.
 
Today there are so many options and so few great ones. I will share what is working and how to find happiness in what you do and how to make money doing it. Career Hacking for people of any age and any job role. This will also help anyone living anywhere.
 
Taking a FINRA exam like the SIE Exam or Series 7? Achievable's expert FINRA author Brandon Rith talks studying strategy, game-day approach, and application advice for that job or university you're applying to afterwards. Brandon Rith has 16 years of experience as a licensing facilitator and director at Fidelity Investments. He is an 8X Fidelity Excellent In Action Award Winner for Licensing Facilitation. Achievable is a modern test prep platform for the GRE, FINRA exams, USMLE Step 1, AMC e ...
 
This podcast is build on honest career advice and career growth tools, made for those of us who are shy, socially anxious or introverted. It will help you to develop the leadership skills required to take your career to the next level without having to change who you truly are. Whether you are fresh out of college, or already busy building your career, if you aspire to be a leader in your field, this career advice is for you.I created the shyest in the room, to share insights and learnings w ...
 
Hosted by Dr. Jon Tam, this podcast specializes in helping Millennials with a positive change in their careers by making adjustments or navigating a full-out career change. If this is what interests you, then this podcast is just for you! When you subscribe to this podcast, you're going to get actionable tips on improving your career each week by boosting career clarity, productivity, and soft skills. Most content is repurposed from the YouTube channel www.youtube.com/DrJonTam. Support this ...
 
“Life &” is a podcast series where our host interviews a wide range of successful guests ranging from industry thought leaders, company founders, CEO’s and more. The goal of our show is to provide you with an entertaining way to find out where your deepest passions lie, how to uncover them, and what it takes to truly pursue them. We’re looking forward to exploring countless success stories as you build and grow yourself and your career with us.
 
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Work can take us anywhere in the world. In this episode I cover the location aspect of work and how it may impact the career decisions that a young person makes. The environment we work in plays a huge role in our life satisfaction. Home or office or building site? City or rural? Beach or desert? Loud and busy or quiet and calm? Exploring the locat…
 
Lauren, aka “Lo” Harris, began her career in journalism. Early on, she was crushing whatever came her way and quickly became “too good.” Supervisors would suggest she slow down while she saw men around her moving up. Feeling like she was suffering from the “pet to threat” syndrome that many Black women experience, she felt stifled by the ceiling ab…
 
Jay Shetty is widely known for his inspiring videos which have been seen by over 7B people on YouTube. Jay shares the wisdom he learned living as a monk to help others find their purpose. He hosts the #1 health podcast called On Purpose and we unpack his best-selling book, Think Like a Monk. In this episode we discuss: -The importance of appreciati…
 
One of the things I love most about doing this podcast is that I get to meet really interesting people and interview them. My guest in this episode takes the meaning of “interesting” to a whole new level. Susan Ibitz is a face reading profiler who describes herself as a Human Behavior Hacker. Through her company, Human Behavior Lab, Susan has train…
 
Michelle Douglas is a storyteller and mentor. She recently released a book called Don't Wear Shoes You Can't Walk In: A Field Guide For Your Twenties. This is a fabulous resource for your child as they make their way in the world. I loved this conversation and it is a wonderfully holistic look at early adulthood. In this conversation we cover: → Mi…
 
Melissa Ben-Ishay is not afraid to say it like it is, a characteristic that didn't go over well at her first job when she asked her boss why he didn't write the email himself if he had so many corrections. She knew she wasn't passionate about doing well in that role, and it showed. After she was fired, she was faced with what to do next. Melissa de…
 
This is the first episode where I bring on a young person to share their experiences in the world of work. Sarah Kelsey is a 23 year old Kiwi with ridiculous amounts of wisdom and insight. She has a kick ass podcast called The OneUp Project which is all about financial literacy and personal growth. During out chat we discuss: → Why she left a corpo…
 
Tiffany James is never going back to the financial life she led before. As a Haitian-Jamaican American from Brooklyn, New York, Tiffany had student debt after college, like most students. At 25, while working as an event manager at an NYC hotel, a co-worker persuaded her to invest in Tesla, and the rest is history. Two years later, she’s turned her…
 
After a two-decade successful career in finance, Cate Luzio decided to bet on herself and become an entrepreneur. As the Founder and CEO of Luminary, she self-funded a collaboration hub for women who are passionate about professional development and expanding their networks. In this episode, you'll hear how Cate mastered the "boys club" of finance,…
 
This episode is more of a heart-to-heart. My parents recently visited me in New Zealand and it gave me plenty to reflect on. I can struggle with vulnerability, especially around family. But during this trip I was reminded of much I value my relationship with my parents. Listen in to hear about the things I appreciate about my parents and some remin…
 
Retirement today is very different than it was 50 years ago. People are living longer, and lawyers, like many other knowledge workers, have the ability to work well into their 60s, 70s and beyond. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was productive well into her late 80s. But for many lawyers, continuing to work is a default option rather than…
 
In this week’s podcast, Harrison Barnes will talk about how the legal field is in a constant state of flux, and attorneys often find themselves having to find new jobs. If you have recently lost your job as an attorney, there are some steps you can take to make the transition as smooth as possible. First, take some time to assess your skills and ex…
 
This week's podcast is all about what to do if you lose your attorney job. We've got some great tips and resources, so listen in. First and foremost, don't panic. This is a tough situation, but it's not the end of the world. Take a deep breath and assess your options. If you have a severance package, now is the time to use it. You should also think…
 
Brad Minton is the founder of Mint To Be Career, a career coaching company for young people. He is also a Post Secondary Success Navigator for an educational service agency in Michigan as well as the host of Your Career GPS Podcast. This is a podcast to help teens, high school and college students find their way in the world of work. Brad also happ…
 
No one likes managing their money, but money expert and New York Times best-selling author of Boss Bitch, Rich Bitch, Becoming Super Woman, and now Miss Independent, Nicole Lapin, makes it easy. Have you ever wondered how millionaires make their money? Spoiler alert: it's not from saving money. My favorite money expert, Nicole Lapin, is back on LEA…
 
In this podcast with Harrison Barnes, you will learn: How to avoid common mistakes made by many attorneys in big law? What are the unwritten rules you need to follow to survive and thrive in a big law? Why the most important and challenging legal work is done inside of law firms.?Oleh Harrison Barnes
 
TK Morgan is the founder and visionary of Tuesday at 10:30 - a strategic career and business coaching service. She also has a 9-5 in sales at a large oil and gas company in the US. In this episode we discuss: 🡢 Why the first 8 years of a young person's career are often the hardest but also the most important. 🡢 The benefits of working in corporate …
 
Dr. Michael Breus is the leading authority in the field of sleep. He is a clinical psychologist with more than two decades of experience in his field. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. In 2021, Reader’s Digest named him the best sleep specialist in the state of Californ…
 
Do you know how to ask for more? Well, meet Alexandra Carter, best-selling Author of ASK FOR MORE: Ten Questions to Negotiate Anything. Alexandra is the Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School and a world-renowned negotiation trainer for the United Nations. Her book hit #3 on WSJ's Best-Seller list. In this episode, you will learn t…
 
The pandemic put a damper on international travel. It also reduced the opportunities for American lawyers to practice law overseas. But as travel has returned, the demand for legal talent trained in the United States has never been stronger in the Far East. One country where the need is particularly strong is Japan. So what does it mean to practice…
 
There is a lot of discussion in career education about the future of work, jobs that will be obsolete or the jobs that don't yet exist. But I think there is something more pressing that we need to address - the future of WHY young people will work. In this episode I discuss how 'why' we work dictates our career design. I cover some general themes a…
 
Liz Fosslien's illustrations have made a significant impact on how many view emotions at work and in life. Her superpower is being able to illustrate these emotions in what appears to be a simple drawing which affects millions of people. She's the best-selling author of No Hard Feelings which was about emotions at work, and her new book is titled B…
 
Bevy Smith was my first guest on LEAVE YOUR MARK, and she's back with even more humor and incredible insights. In her inspiring book, Bevelations: Lessons from a Mutha, Auntie, Bestie, she captures her experience transitioning from a fashion advertising executive into a media personality, all while living a big, authentic, and unapologetic life. Bu…
 
In 1990 when NASA launched the $1.5 billion Hubble Telescope into space, they did so with a faulty mirror that took blurry images. They tasked Story Musgrave to lead a team to fix it. What made him the best person to lead the mission? Because Story was a lifelong learner and his range of experience allowed him to view problems through a unique lens…
 
Over the last 25 years, I’ve spoken to many lawyers who have expressed interest in going in-house. When I graduated from law school in the late 1980s, opportunities to work in a corporate environment were more limited. Today, there are many more lawyers working in-house. So what has changed? And more importantly, what does it mean to leave behind a…
 
In this powerful episode, Steve Shepherd shares his experiences as a parent and as CEO of TwoPointZero, a career coaching and guidance company for young people. This is a brilliant discussion and covers career education from a number of angles. I have included it as part of the Parents' Perspective Series but as Steve is an expert in the field, the…
 
JoAnna Hartzmark has worked in Finance, Fashion, and Tech. Instead of judging her meandering path negatively, her embrace of the unknown has made her a Swiss Army knife. As the Founder and CEO of Revelle, an e-commerce brand sitting at the cutting edge of fashion and technology, she's redefining what it means to have clothes fit for women. Her pass…
 
An enrolled member of the Ottawa Tribe of Michigan, D.J. was born to impoverished teenage parents. He went from sleeping in a drawer for the first three months of his life to becoming a proud graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, a decorated Air Force captain, a renowned member of the tribal community, a bestselling author, and a revered motivati…
 
Some people thrive under pressure, others look for any escape. Considering for a job the level of responsibility and accountability as well as the consequences when something goes wrong can be helpful to a young person weighing up job choices. This topic is particularly relevant as someone gains more work experience and is exposed to additional opp…
 
In the legal profession, AmLaw100 law firms get most of the attention. With eye popping salaries now being given to first year associates, it is easy to conclude that getting one of these jobs means you are at the pinnacle of the legal profession. While starting your career at a major firm has a lot advantages salary, and otherwise, the open secret…
 
Kristy Hurt is the executive recruiter you need to know. As the founder of Kristy Hurt Consulting, she has more than 20 years of experience working with brands in luxury, fashion, and beauty. In this episode, you can expect to learn about what recruiters are really searching for, why they won't respond to your emails, the trick to negotiation, how …
 
Andy Dunn co-founded the e-commerce driven menswear brand Bonobos in 2007 and served as CEO through its 2017 acquisition by Walmart. While business was booming, Andy struggled to manage his mental illness until he hit rock bottom which resulted in a night of mayhem. Andy opens up in his riveting memoir, Burn Rate: Launching a Startup and Losing My …
 
This is the first episode in what will be an ongoing series of interviews with parents who are in the thick of navigating the career space with children. I kick things off with a discussion with a lovable and insightful Kiwi called Frank. His teenage daughter has just landed her first job. We chat about what that process has been like and shares a …
 
Does your child prefer being outdoors in the sunshine? Do they learn best while using their hands? Do they got bored if they're not mentally stimulated? Listen in to this episode for my take on the importance of considering the physicality vs mental exertion of the work your child is interested in. Connect with me by emailing hello@alanakilmartin.c…
 
Fran Hauser wants you to know that you don’t have to choose between being nice and being strong. In her first best-selling book, The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career You Love Without Becoming a Person You Hate, Fran teaches that being nice is a superpower. Now she’s back with a tactical workbook, Embrace the Work, Love Your Career, which i…
 
It is a pleasure to welcome Soma Ghosh to the podcast. Soma is a Careers Adviser and Podcaster based in the UK. In this episode we discuss: → The systemic challenges facing the career education space. → The need to act smarter when it comes to the delivery of advise to students. → The importance of parents in the decision making process. → Portfoli…
 
In law school, we learn how to think like a lawyer. We develop the analytical skills we need to analyze a case, draft documents, research legal issues and provide sound legal advice to our clients. But like many professionals, we don't spend a lot of time studying the human component of the practice of law. While some of us come to the practice wit…
 
I probably should have started this interview asking Hal Rubenstein what he can’t do. From reading at the age of three, teaching high school English, landing multiple magazine writing jobs out of college, owning his own successful catering business, being named the first men’s style editor of the New York Times, and defining high/low fashion as the…
 
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