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In 2022 it shouldn’t be awkward and uncomfortable to talk about being unemployed. Given that sooner or later most of us will experience being out of work, shouldn’t we start to have normal and healthy conversations about being unemployed? With the Agile Unemployment podcast host, employment expert, and author, Sabina Sulat creates a safe place to talk about all things unemployment. In each episode, Sabina will cover everything you need to know to not only survive, but thrive through being ou ...
 
Work has become such a huge part of our lives - how much of it we're doing, how many hours we're devoting to it, and what its monetary value is. But why? We may not be simply defined by our job titles, but our current relationship to "the hustle" has begun to define whole generations. It's time to talk about more than just what we do for a living. Join me as I sit down with guests to trace their careers and their relationship to work.
 
On the Words Work At Microsoft Podcast, we’ll be chatting about how Microsoft culture has evolved, starting with the way we talk. In each episode we’ll interview someone within the Microsoft writing community, giving you an inside look at how we approach our work. And, hopefully, offering up a heavy dose of trips and tricks along the way. www.wordsworkpodcast.com
 
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How do you handle your healthcare when you are out of work, or afraid of losing your job? In this episode host Sabina Sulat leverages her vast healthcare knowledge and former experience as a contractor with the federal Department of Health and Human Services. Inspired by her recent healthcare crisis she guides listeners through: Handling insurance …
 
This week, our final guest of season 1, Justin Salhani, chats with Jordan Rizzieri about his life and career. Right from the start, Justin has Jordan wondering why some kids want to be certain things when they grow up, even if that thing doesn't align with their values as adults (1:46). He also shared how growing up in the D.C. area in the early 90…
 
This week, Stu Whiffen, the man of many jobs, chats with Jordan Rizzieri about his life and career. Stu kicks us off with a discuss about how music was always important to him (1:38), and how his father's relationship with work inspired him as he got older (2:44). His parents did encourage him to get a qualification so he had something to fall back…
 
This week, Group Managing Director Rachel Caggiano chats with Jordan Rizzieri about her life and career. Rachel doesn't have a strong memory of what she wanted to be when she was young, which she attributes partially to her deeply religious upbringing (1:32). But she did love school as a kid (3:13), and she now views others in the world with an emp…
 
This week, voice over artist, broadcaster and media coach Diane Roberts chats with Jordan Rizzieri about her life and career. Diane originally wanted to be a veterinarian, but eventually started daydreaming of being on broadway (1:35) before eventually falling in love with broadcasting (4:00). Her parents put a lot of emphasis on education (4:24) a…
 
This week, host and podcast producer Matt Richards joins Jordan Rizzieri to talk about his life and career. Matt shares that he moved around a lot when he was young (2:23) and that the UK school system didn't hold his attention for long (5:20). He left school and got into retail (7:39) until someone's backhanded compliment lit a fire under him to t…
 
This week, brand and communications strategist Gia Bagherpour joins Jordan Rizzieri to talk about her life and career. Gia discuss how her Dad influenced her first career desires (1:46) and how a school assignment ignited her desire for marketing (2:45). She reminisces about the diversity of attending the University of Johannesburg (4:13) and what …
 
Jordan Rizzieri is back to have a quick chat with her producing partner, Jeremy Steinkamp, to catch everyone up on all the changes that turned "I Never Told You What I Do For A Living" into "Don't Talk to Me About Work"! They cover why Jordan started the podcast in the first place (0:30), why she decided to stop (2:04), and why she decided to start…
 
The Lady J may not have ever told you what she does for a living, but Jordan Rizzieri is back to talk about everything - well, almost everything. New episodes of Don't Talk to Me About Work are coming soon, so be sure to follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our feed on your favorite podcast platform. You can also follow Jordan on Twitter and Insta…
 
This week, J gives into the one topic that comes up more than anything work-related on these shows - wrestling. But that's not REALLY what this episode is about. Irish wrestler and personal trainer Katey Harvey joins J to discuss shift work vs. salaried work, how Ireland is handling the coronavirus, and what it's like to have use of your arms durin…
 
The Lady J takes a tour of the career and working life of Kefin Mahon, podcaster, presenter, cat fence academic, and much more. Kefin and J discuss more than just his past jobs, but also the life of a freelancer, how work takes a toll on our mental health, and how we can all support one another.저자 The Lady J
 
The Lady J is taken on a journey. It's not just any journey. It is a journey that begins in a far away land called Australia and traverses the globe with an exciting and excitable companion called Mr. John Robertson. Hold on to your butts, friends, and choose wisely where you head next.저자 The Lady J
 
The Lady J is back after a week away to discuss graphic design, education, friendships, health, and so much more with Cloé. J's guest from the U.K. talks traveling to and from jobs, a support system that knows you better than you know yourself, and when your body makes you change how you view work in general. Don't miss this fantastic chat!…
 
This week The Lady J is joined by Adam Richardson to talk graphic design, freelancing, podcasting, Riptide Wrestling, and so much more. Adam discusses his family's role in his career, his school days, and how he transitioned from doing work for free to being paid what he deserves. Don't miss a very fun and honest episode of the podcast!…
 
Buckle up, odds and ends, because Kaity and The Lady J are going on a journey. One of J's best friends joins J to tell her own story of getting into the music business, being passionate about her work, seeking balance, mental health, the Millennium Falcon, and much more. You don't want to miss a minute of this extended episode!…
 
Bea and The Lady J meander through her career trajectory, chatting about her creativity, self-confidence, and sex work. The two touch on topics of workers' rights, tattoos, continuing education, being from The North (in the U.K.), and even give a shout out to wrestler Britt Baker! Don't forget to check out all she's up to by following Bea on her so…
 
Erin and Lady J have an amazing chat about books, politics, wrestling, staying at jobs, social commentary, tattoos, twitter - you name it, it's in here. Much gratitude to Erin for not only coming on for a chat, but for being very open and forthcoming about her feelings on her last job, and how she has managed to strike a balance with her new job.…
 
Lady J is joined by Stella Cheeks, mover, shaker, and all-around creator, lady in flux, who shares a lot of powerful thoughts. Many thanks to her for getting real on the podcast, especially after losing her wonderful fur baby just a few days earlier. Be sure to reach out with love for Stella on her socials - we are sure you're all going to have a l…
 
Welcome to episode 5 where The Lady J had a delightful chat with her friend Miss Mary Lou! Mary is currently the host of a YouTube channel, Tea Time with Mary, and a podcast called PositiviTea! The two chat about how she became a content creator, but also how she has built a sense of community, and what she hopes the projects she shares are giving …
 
Thanks for checking out part 2 of The Lady J's interview with Mike, a carer/caregiver! They spend this half of the conversation talking a bit about professional care versus family care, the Dignity in Dying bill in the UK, comparing US and UK care practices and much more! They are also briefly joined by a tiny bird and at the end, well...who knows …
 
For episode 2, The Lady J's guest is her longtime friend Kristine who talks about her career path to becoming a vocalist. They talk firetrucks, jazz, world travel, and the path less traveled. Plus - yes, she even gives us a taste of her talents! Learn all about this powerhouse singer and how her talents brought her to D.C.…
 
It's debut episode time! The Lady J is joined by her very first guest and previous podcast partner, Courtney Rose, to discuss her path to becoming a Librarian. They chat about being a pirate, her lack of hand-eye coordination, and what schools really need to teach in librarianship courses. Learn more about what drives this tiny powerhouse of a huma…
 
A company lives and dies by its customer service. Today on the pod, we talk with Anna Bertrand about what her team does to ensure that Microsoft support is constantly improving. Anna is a Senior Support Experience Design Manager within the Customer Service and Support team. About a year ago, she was assigned to a team within CSS, tasked with improv…
 
Laying down some story arcs with flat track roller and prolific writer, Jennifer Warnick, today on the pod. Tune in to hear how this journalist turned content strategist is using her storytelling superpower to help make sense of our world and to share that understanding with our partners and customers. Jennifer's been telling stories about the peop…
 
In this episode, we talk to Catherine Minden, owner of Catherine Minden Editorial Services, about her role in updating and maintaining the Microsoft Writing Style Guide. Microsoft Writing Style Guide: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/style-guide/welcome/Catherine Minden has been an editor for over twenty-five years. She co-wrote The Microsoft Manua…
 
Ever wondered who writes what Cortana says? Today, on the pod, we talk to Jonathan Foster, Principal Content Experiences Manager, about just that. Jonathan's career spans film, television, fine-wines, and now nine years of crafting words for Microsoft. He's even made time to self-publish a novel. All of which led him to master the helm of Microsoft…
 
David Betz, Senior Writer on the Windows Content Experiences team, talks to us about his editorial work for Microsoft Design's Medium publications. Prior to Microsoft, David served as VP of Storytelling with UP Global, where they focused on building startup communities. Before that he spent 12 years on the agency side as Global Creative Director fo…
 
In this episode, we talk to Laura Reilly, Senior Writer on the Microsoft Office Brand Experiences Team, about putting people back at the heart of productivity. Laura's career started in journalism, chasing that illusive scoop before the printing press could churn out the morning edition. But then destiny jumped in in the form of a Little Caesar's c…
 
In this episode, Jenn and Amy interview each other so you can get to know your podcast hosts better. Tune in to discover how long they've been writers, how their careers started, and what they're working on these days. On the Words Work At Microsoft Podcast, we’ll be chatting about how Microsoft culture has evolved, starting with the way we talk. I…
 
In this episode of the Words Work at Microsoft Podcast, we talk to Brian McKenna—a respected creative director and copywriter in Seattle who was an integral part of Microsoft Office voice work. Jenn's disclaimer: I forgot to turn off my Outlook notifications during the recording. We didn't hear it while we were talking, but my computer definitely p…
 
In this inaugural episode of the Words Work at Microsoft podcast we talk to Anna Gregory, Principal Voice Strategist at Microsoft, about her efforts to uncover Microsoft brand voice. If you don't know Anna already, you're probably very familiar with her writing. She's a seasoned copywriter and strategist with stints as Copy Chief at Starbucks, Appl…
 
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