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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 bestselling 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 succ ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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.
 
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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Latasha James is a marketing expert, digital creator, and coach. She's built an audience on YouTube with nearly 135K subscribers where she creates videos to help entrepreneurs to scale their business and leverage social media. She also hosts The Freelance Friday Podcast, facilitates a mastermind group (Freelance Friday Club), and has developed seve…
 
Let’s face it: Work can be complicated. Layoffs are widespread, and workplace issues like harassment and discrimination can be daunting. But then there are also less scandalous topics like non-compete agreements and new offer contracts. This week on LEAVE YOUR MARK, I talk with Peter Rahbar, my friend and personal attorney, and we unpack all of thi…
 
Stepping into a job or workplace that you would like a future in can be daunting. I cover why the stakes can feel so much higher in your child's first strategic job as opposed to any of their previous jobs. As in the last episode, I discuss the why, when, who, what, where and how so that you can think a few steps ahead of a young person and be prep…
 
The functionality and suitability of US government debt, specifically Treasury bills, Treasury notes, bonds, TIPs, and STRIPs, are all tested heavily on the FINRA SIE and Series 7. Ken Finnen is a longtime veteran of the finance industry and has been a FINRA tutor for decades. Ken breaks down all of these instruments, how to spot when suitability q…
 
IMHO, the two most important words in the English language are "Thank You". As lawyers, we can be stingy in offering thanks to our colleagues and the people who support our work. In addition, as we enter the holiday season and are thinking about showing more gratitude, now is a great time to start thinking about the changes we'd like to make in the…
 
If you want to get more law firm job offers than you ever have before, you need to understand how to make yourself desirable to law firms. In this podcast, Harrison reveals valuable insights on how to make you marketable through his peronal experiences and his tried and tested business model.저자 Harrison Barnes
 
Eric Fleet is the founder of the premium and sustainable clothing brand named Threads 4 Thought. He grew up watching his father in the apparel business and after university he launched the sustainable clothing brand that also benefited from a stroke of luck. Their initial t-shirt designs were politically contreversial and struck a chord with celebe…
 
Erica Domesek is the Queen of DIY and the founder of the innovative DIY lifestyle brand P.S.– I Made This, which launched in 2009. Since then, Erica’s passion for entertaining and hand-making beautiful objects in ways that make everyday life more colorful and fun has become her calling card. She is a distinguished expert in the areas of design and …
 
It's easy to forget how much we learn in our first job. Employment is a whole new world to explore and the best way for a young person to do that is with the support and encouragement of a parent. In this episode I cover the why, when, who, what, where and how of a young person landing their first paid job. In the next episode I will discuss the ex…
 
Ryan Hawk is the host of The Learning Leader Show. He has recorded more than 475 episodes over the past 7 years. Forbes called The Learning Leader Show, “the most dynamic leadership podcast around.” Inc Magazine said, “it’s one of the 5 podcasts to make you a smarter leader.” Apple named it an “all-time best seller” in 2020 and 2021. Ryan is the au…
 
Lauren Maillian is a change agent committed to diversity, innovation, equity, and inclusion. She’s an award-winning marketer, prolific investor, advisor, entrepreneur, and board member with a multi-hyphenate career spanning over 15 years. She advised and invested in over 40 startups, and her portfolio represents over $5 billion in market capitaliza…
 
It's safe to say most parents only want what's best for their child. But when it comes to careers, there are lots of opinions on what's best. This episode is to remind you that you're not a bad parent because you're child chose an apprenticeship over university. A young person shouldn't have to choose a certain career because they're worried about …
 
In this podcast, Harrison tells us that associates are often the backbone of law firms and play an integral role in their success. The associates may not always see eye to what, but if you want your firm's productivity or satisfaction levels increased then it is important that we get this aspect right!…
 
In this podcast, Harrison talks about how legal careers can be very fulfilling, but they often lack the excitement of other fields. The number one reason you may not have achieved all your career goals is that maybe what's holding you back are unspoken expectations in law firms or with clients.저자 Harrison Barnes
 
Matthew Dixon and Ted McKenna published a great sales book that can help sales and marketing teams address customer indecision. Combined with mining over 2 million recorded sales calls and studying human behavior, they provide prescriptive advice that you can complement whatever sales methodology you use today. Matthew Dixon was also author of popu…
 
Aya Kanai has done what most people don't know how to do— change industries. Over twenty years, she rose through the fashion industry ranks, with experience as a Fashion Director at publications including Cosmopolitan, NYLON, Women's Health, and Teen Vogue, ultimately becoming Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire. But then Aya started having the desire …
 
For a kid growing up in the 90s, movies and TV had some of the biggest influence on my ideas about the world. But I had never stopped to think about how these shows and movies shaped my understanding of work. They separated jobs into respected or dead end without me realising it. In this episode I take a trip down memory lane and explore what I pic…
 
Burnout is a well-known health concern and many people will experience it at some point in their work lives. There is another form of it though, that I believe commonly occurs in our 20s that we need to discuss. I am going to refer to this as identity burnout. Listen to this episode to learn what identity burnout is, how it differs from regular bur…
 
The subject of attorney well-being is a topic of conversation at most major law firms today. Several years ago, the Report of the Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being was issued by the American Bar Association, Conference of Chief Judges, and other legal organizations. It called well-being an essential element of a lawyer’s duty of competence. More rece…
 
This week's episode on LEAVE YOUR MARK is really important to me. My guest is Carly Pildis, Director of Community Engagement for the ADL (Anti-Defamation League). The ADL fights all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. They are a global leader in countering extremism and battling bigotry to protect demo…
 
Joe Moglia is the former CEO of TD Ameritrade and he spent nearly two decades at Merrill Lynch in leadership positions. He is also the former head football coach of a Division I school, Coastal Carolina. His coaching career spanned on and off from 1968 through 2018 and he earned a head coaching record of 56-22. Some of the topics we discuss: -How h…
 
Skillsroad is an Australian organisation that provides the tools for young people to transition successfully from school to their career. Charlene Vaughan is the incredible woman responsible for heading up their programs. In this episode we discuss: → The many career pathways that Charlene has travelled down to get to where she is. → How her cultur…
 
Joey pointer, CEO of Fleet Feet, shares his story about how he grew up on a tobacco farm, landed at job at Ernst & Young in finance, and took a leap of faith to join a startup shoe retailer named Fleet Feet based in Sacramento which has grown to over 250+ stores. In this episode we discuss: -Lessons Joey learned from his parents growing up on a tob…
 
What happens when you land your dream job and it isn't a dream in the end? Jenny Galluzzo started her career in journalism and spent many years researching, writing, hosting, and producing for Good Morning America, News 12, and Plum TV. She was excellent in her role, but after she had two children, she didn't see a path forward. Through her experie…
 
Being paid for the work you do is expected but free drinks after work on a Friday? That's a perk that many young people can get around. So when the young person in your life is weighing up job options, perks can be deal breakers or makers. But how valuable are the perks? That's your job to help the young person decide and in this episode I discuss …
 
In this episode I discuss how a young person's need for variety or change at work can be a brilliant career conversation starter. A job that is highly repetitive and monotonous may not be appealing to your child if they become bored easily. Whereas for another child, a predictable work environment and the ability to become an expert at what they do…
 
Carla Harris is a force of nature who has advised and motivated companies around the world. She is a senior client advisor at Morgan Stanley and she earned her economics degree and MBA from Harvard. In 2013, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to chair the National Women’s Business Council. In addition to being a popular public speaker and …
 
In her own words, Hitha Palepu, a consummate multi-hyphenate who is incapable of saying no, drinks tons of coffee and admits that her secret to doing it all is not doing it all at the same time. She began her career at Cisco, but her path would eventually lead her back to her family-owned business. Today, as CEO of Rhoshan Pharmaceuticals, she over…
 
Is it possible to practice in the public interest at a major law firm? How can you build a legal career working on complex commercial real estate deals while serving a higher purpose? David Abromowitz has been doing that for almost 40 years. David Abromowitz is a real estate attorney who is nationally known for his work on complex development and f…
 
It's easy to get caught up in the career decision vortex as a young person and forgot about the impact it has on everyday life. This is where parents can sit perfectly between career and life advice. In this episode I look at how career advice is ultimately life advice, emphasizing the point that a young person is the one who has to live out their …
 
Why is hierarchy how we recognize talent? Why is there a rigid idea of who is a "have" and who is a "have not"? Why do people need to look and talk a certain way to be a leader? How do the media and the narratives around us shape our biases and how we think and act? These are just some of the questions that Christina Blacken, founder of The New Quo…
 
In this podcast, Harrison explains whether you're a law student or an attorney, here are the top reasons why law firms do not hire or make offers. Improve your marketing strategy by avoiding these mistakes!저자 Harrison Barnes
 
Scott Gilmour is a businessman on a mission. In 2002 he founded the first I Have A Dream programme outside of the US in New Zealand. The programme aims to create generational change by helping young people to achieve academic and life success. In this conversation we cover: → What lead to Scott bringing the programme to NZ. → The important role of …
 
Guy Raz is the greatest podcaster of our generation. 3.5 million people tune in to every episode of How I Built This where he interviews amazing founders to tell their story. He was widely known as the face of NPR and now is the founder and CEO of Built-It Productions. Guy also hosts Wisdom From the Top and The Great Creators. In this episode we di…
 
We have all heard the term 'quiet quitting' circulating online. Before it was trendy, Jenny Blake referred to it as 'quietly unsubscribing from burnout.' From a young age, Jenny found herself promoted or exceeding expectations professionally, which always led to burnout. So the decision to work sustainably, setting aside the fears of being fired if…
 
In this podcast, Harrison uses human relationships - a subject that most, if not all of us can relate to, as analogy to drive his message home. Relationships offer several insights into ourselves that mirror how we are likely to handle our careers. By understanding the mistakes you are likely to make in both, it can be extremely helpful for your lo…
 
The problem with attorneys and the legal profession in general is that no one seems to take the time to consider that the law is a business and that their careers are businesses as well. Harrison Barnes examines the inescapable business realities of your legal career and while this podcast has been created specifically for attorneys, most of the ma…
 
Interacting with people is a non-negotiable part of many jobs. For some young people, this is great news while for others it sounds like a nightmare. When was the last time you thought about the type of people you would like to work with and work for? In this episode I give insight on how as a parent you can explore the people aspect to work with y…
 
In the 25 years that I’ve been coaching attorneys, one of the common themes I hear is the desire to go in-house. We have spoken a number of times on this podcast about that. Conventional wisdom says that going in-house means becoming more of a generalist and many of the in-house counsel I have interviewed have found that their work broadened a lot …
 
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…
 
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