Author & risk expert Michael Ungar on 3 keys to dealing with career risk

This weeks Podcast is with Michael Ungar, an international expert in resilience and risk, the author of Too Safe for Their Own Good and Professor at the School of Social Work, at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. Risk is very much a part of our lives, he shares his latest global research on 3 keys to

Lynn Johnston creator of "For Better or for Worse" 5 keys to creating a better career

Lynn Johnston’s comic strip “For Better or for Worse” is in 2300 newspapers and translated into 8 languages. She is Canada’s most successful cartoonist, she shares 5 keys to creating a better than worse career. Sit back, relax and learn. http://traffic.libsyn.com/careerjoy/ForBetter.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Director of the procrastination group shares 2 simple ways to help you stop procrastinating

Procrastination is something that we deal with in our professional and personal lives. This week’s podcast is with Dr. Tim Pychyl who is the graduate chair of Psychology at Carleton University and Director of the Procrastination Group. He shares 2 keys to helping you stop procrastinating. Sit back, relax and learn. http://traffic.libsyn.com/careerjoy/Procrastination.mp3Podcast: Play in new

New York Times best selling author Timothy Ferriss on The Four Hour Work Week

Do you feel stuck in your career? Why not freedom 35? This week I interview Timothy Ferriss his book, The 4 Hour Work Week has been a huge success in many countries. He shares his insight about how to define your own career path, and live a balanced and successful life. Why wait till you

What Starbucks can teach us about career security & success

This weeks podcast is with Mitch Joel, he is the founder of Twist Image a Canadian leader in online marketing. He shares the principles that great brands such as Starbucks use, to create sustainable success. You can apply these in your own career to make better choices, and rise above the competition of the market.

Author & Spencer Stuart Managing Partner Jim Citrin shares 3 keys to a great career

Why is it some people seem to have a great career, and others that may be even more educated or smarter seem to struggle? This weekâs podcast is with best selling author and executive recruiter, Jim Citrin. Jim has recruited the CEO’s for Yahoo!, Motorola and The Gap. The Dynamic Path is his newest book.

World expert in gaming strategy describes 5 ways to reduce risk in your career

This weeks Podcast is with University of Alberta Professor Jonathan Schaeffer, a world expert in gaming software. Gaming and careers have much in common. How often have you heard this statement in work? “You need to learn how to play the game”. Both require knowledge, skills, decisions and smart risk taking. Jonathan shares 5 keys

WD-40 Award winning designer shares, how to design your future

This weeks podcast is with Gad Shaanan. He is one of Canada’s most successful industrial designers. His firm just won the equivalent of an Oscar within his field – a best of 2007 I.D. award for packaging with his work on the new WD-40 can. The big questions we all have, how do we identify

Canadian sports icon Paul Henderson on lifelong career success

It has been almost 35 years since we heard the famous words by Foster Hewitt, “Henderson has scored for Canada!” On Sept 28, 1972 Paul Henderson scored the goal of the century – the winning goal of the 1972 Summit Series between Canada and the Soviet Union. Paul shares his journey to the top, and

Ipsos-Reid research on what Canadians think about work

This weeks podcast is with John Wright Sr V.P. Ipsos-Reid, and author of What Canadians Think About Almost Everything. He shares his insights into the distinctly Canadian view of work. John works with companies such as McDonalds, Coca-Cola and Wal-Mart helping them to understand Canadians needs and wants. Sit back, relax and learn! http://traffic.libsyn.com/careerjoy/CareerJoy-023_John_Wright.mp3Podcast: Play