Portfolio careers are on the rise, whether it’s by necessity or by choice. Kristen Runvik shares why she chose to have a portfolio career, how she balances the mix of projects and the multiple priorities, and how she finds the opportunities. Highlights of Episode 57 The parts pieces of Kristen Runvik’s portfolio career Why this […]
What do you know how to do very well and how can you use that expertise and knowledge to create a new career path? Highlights of Episode 56 The benefits you gain by teaching your expertise Topics that make for good course subject matters How to compete with all the information that’s already out and […]
Does your inner critic drive you or get you down? Do you swing back and forth between being overly self-critical and giving yourself way too many passes? Highlights of Episode 55 The 3 voices (Monger, BFF, and Biggest Fan) that are in our heads Why and when does the “Monger” talk loudest How to recognize […]
External measures of success can sometimes hide how we really feel about our work or career. Former litigator, Yana Banzen, shares how she transformed her career and life by tapping into her inner wisdom and listening to what her body had been telling her. Highlights of Episode 54 In the Intro: I talked about a […]
In this episode, I share 5 things I’ve learned from one year of podcasting. And I’ll also share some thoughts about the future of this podcast. Thank you for being here. I so appreciate that you’ve made the Second Breaks Podcast part of your week. I don’t take that for granted. I know how busy […]
Highlights of Episode 52: Why Dave Pidgeon left a “family legacy” career How a hobby turned into a new professional and career opportunity Bringing previous experiences and skills into new roles and jobs The best way to network in today’s digitally-connected world Why self-awareness becomes even more critical during a career pivot or a career […]
We’re on the cusp of a new era.
“Every expert was once a beginner.” —Kay Fabella
Because the world of work is transforming into something we can’t even imagine.