Careers Podcasts

The Hell Yes Entrepreneur show

The Hell Yes EntrepreneurJoin Now to Follow

On the Hell Yes Entrepreneur podcast, you'll learn how to profitably pursue your passion and purpose and live up to your full potential. You’ll hear inspiring stories and life lessons from amazing Hell Yes Entrepreneurs – authors, speakers, coaches, artists, spiritual teachers, personal development experts, world changers and everyday heroes who have successfully launched their passion-based businesses and are now living their fully realized, purpose-driven Hell Yes Lives. Previous guests on the show have included millionaire podcaster John Lee Dumas, Mount Everest climber Cathy O’Dowd and former Presidents of the United States of America front man Chris Ballew (aka Caspar Babypants).

By Norman Bell: Speaker, Author, Coach, Entrepreneur and Podcast Host

Survival Skills for Everyday Living - Podcast show

Survival Skills for Everyday Living - PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Join us for round table discussions of powerful life principles that equip us to make better decisions, improve relationships and make a difference in our community.

By Jeri Howe

The Podcast on Fame show

The Podcast on FameJoin Now to Follow

Getting press about yourself requires no magic - there are simple steps you can take, and pitfalls you face. In The Podcasts on Fame, we talk with experts and people who have done it. And be sure to check out This Book Will Make You Famous available on Amazon and at MakeYouFamous.co <br> <br> So, whether you make a product or videos, whether you sing or do data science, whether you are a narcissist or an altruist, you can make yourself famous. Fame is “the state of being known or talked about by many people, especially on account of notable achievements.” We all want to be famous for different reasons. Altruists want to do more good, narcissists want the lifestyle, careerists want more power and creatives want their work to be known. And you? How and why will you become famous? The companion book offers insights and doable ideas. It takes work, but you can find your own path to fame. Dipping into these podcasts or the 40 chapters of the book will help you understand your way to being recognized. There are 7.5 billion paths to fame, because that’s how many people are on the planet. Each of us can change, improve ourselves, and acquire the skills we need to become known. We can become fitter, funnier, faster, and bolder. We can each employ tactics to get attention, from protesting to breaking a record to singing a song. You can prank the queen of a European nation, or you can leap from the highest building at a single bound in a wingsuit and survive. You can seek fame simply for the sake of the lifestyle, but that might be as empty a goal as a moth seeking a flame. Instead, you can find a reason to become famous, a purpose, then assimilate some some doable ideas. This book and the podcasts can help you get a little press, and then you can build on your successes. It’s totally legitimate for all of us to follow our dreams and satisfy our longing to be recognized for our achievements. It might be easy for you, but it will probably take time and perseverance. Work hard and best of luck!

By Jeffrey Goldsmith

Podcasts – MakeYouFamous show

Podcasts – MakeYouFamousJoin Now to Follow

Getting press about yourself requires no magic - there are simple steps you can take, and pitfalls you face. In The Podcasts on Fame, we talk with experts and people who have done it. And be sure to check out This Book Will Make You Famous available on Amazon and at MakeYouFamous.co <br> <br> So, whether you make a product or videos, whether you sing or do data science, whether you are a narcissist or an altruist, you can make yourself famous. Fame is “the state of being known or talked about by many people, especially on account of notable achievements.” We all want to be famous for different reasons. Altruists want to do more good, narcissists want the lifestyle, careerists want more power and creatives want their work to be known. And you? How and why will you become famous? The companion book offers insights and doable ideas. It takes work, but you can find your own path to fame. Dipping into these podcasts or the 40 chapters of the book will help you understand your way to being recognized. There are 7.5 billion paths to fame, because that’s how many people are on the planet. Each of us can change, improve ourselves, and acquire the skills we need to become known. We can become fitter, funnier, faster, and bolder. We can each employ tactics to get attention, from protesting to breaking a record to singing a song. You can prank the queen of a European nation, or you can leap from the highest building at a single bound in a wingsuit and survive. You can seek fame simply for the sake of the lifestyle, but that might be as empty a goal as a moth seeking a flame. Instead, you can find a reason to become famous, a purpose, then assimilate some some doable ideas. This book and the podcasts can help you get a little press, and then you can build on your successes. It’s totally legitimate for all of us to follow our dreams and satisfy our longing to be recognized for our achievements. It might be easy for you, but it will probably take time and perseverance. Work hard and best of luck!

By Jeffrey Goldsmith

Podcast – Ten Minute Life Coach show

Podcast – Ten Minute Life CoachJoin Now to Follow

Weekly audio downloads from the Ten Minute Life Coaching Program.

By J Cleveland Payne

Love or Work show

Love or WorkJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to the Love or Work Podcast, hosted by André Shinabarger (Physician Assistant, Grady Hospital) and Jeff Shinabarger (Social Entrepreneur and Founder of Plywood People). They are asking the question: Is it possible to change the world, stay in love and raise a healthy family? 100 interviews where Jeff and André learn from other working families in the journey of marriage, purpose and parenting.

By André and Jeff Shinabarger

Talent Talk show

Talent TalkJoin Now to Follow

Join Chris Dyer from PeopleG2 as he interviews top executives about leadership and talent development.

By Chris Dyer

ProdPod, a Productivity Podcast show

ProdPod, a Productivity PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Podcast of Personal Productivity Lessons in Two Minutes or Less

By Ray Sidney-Smith - rsidneysmith.com - Your Productivity Guide

My Podcast Site show

My Podcast SiteJoin Now to Follow

New podcast weblog

By executivecoaching

Toastcaster Communication Leadership Learning Lab show

Toastcaster Communication Leadership Learning LabJoin Now to Follow

Communication, Leadership and Learning Lab for people including Toastmasters wishing to improve their Public Speaking, Communication, Confidence &amp; Leadership Skills

By Greg Gazin