Hey! I Want Your Job!

An AMA-style conversation with people in the roles you want and the folks who can get you there. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heyiwantyourjob/support


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 57m. Bisher sind 75 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 days 22 hours 2 minutes


episode 23: S02E23: Alex Boylan - From the Amazing Race to the collegiate rat-race.

Any parent of a high schooler can tell you how overwhelming and stressful college selection is.  From trying to choose where to go, to what to study, and all of the test, essays, recommendations, and more that go into that application it is overwhelming.  Rising instances of depression, anxiety, and even suicide within adolescence have been linked to the increasingly competitive nature of college admissions...



episode 22: S02E22: Athena Peters - Creator of worlds, histories, and leader of unicorns.

When you think of an up-and-coming C-suite exec in the technology sector you probably don't imagine a 5'2", 40-something LGBTQ+ woman with purple hair whose dress fashion is self-described as "pajama-chic".  You'd be wrong.  Athena Peters is a veteran creative leader in the gaming industry who has a star-studded career working on some of the biggest titles with the biggest studios in the industry...



episode 21: S02E21: Patrick Falgoust - What the hell is a Product Manager anyway?

With the major investments in startups over the last couple of years a few roles have seen a huge increase in demand.  Many of those are in the "Product" area, so titles like Product Manager (PM), Product Marketing Manager (PMM), and their ilk have become hot hot hot in the market.  For many looking to grow their careers, or change into these paths there is a lot of confusion about what's what, and who's who...


 2022-05-31  57m

episode 20: S02E20: Tina Larsson - Saving money by getting back to basics.

Tina Larsson and her company, The Folson Group, are starting a thriving business solving modern problems for business and home owners in New  York City.  As so many areas are moving to more and more automation Tina has found that going back to a direct, personal approach not only improves the quality of service but can save thousands of dollars.  Taking the time to build business and make connections with people on a one-to-one basis still works...


 2022-05-23  53m

episode 19: S02E19: Bobby Hedglin-Taylor - From the circus to the bookshelf with love and laughter

Bobby Hedglin-Taylor is one of those people that brightens any room.  His anecdotes are so incredible that they would be difficult to believe from anyone less humble!  Circus, theater, television, books, you name it and Bobby's been involved!  While he never name drops it is clear he's been in some of the most incredible places with some amazing people...


 2022-05-16  54m

episode 18: S02E18: Lady Mekaella - Proving that smart, determined women can change anything... even repressive standards of beauty.

If you're a fan (even a casual one) of Lady Mekaella, you've seen a lot more of her than you have most of our other guests.  Her talents are varied, to say the least, including costume design, stilt walking, fire eating, dance, singing, and so so much more.  There is no way to see the vibrant and imaginative costumes she creates and not be clear of how exceptionally gifted she is as a seamstress...


 2022-05-09  1h4m

episode 17: S02E17: Reketta Peterson - Revolutionizing healthcare practice for minorities... all the way from Alaska~

When most of us think of exceptional thought leaders driving an agenda of inclusiveness and trying to force the medical establishment to be better, do better, and treat better - especially those who come from minority groups we don't usually picture a fierce Black woman, who is a health practitioner in Alaska.  Heck, most of us probably didn't realize there ARE Black women in Alaska (with right around 3% of the Alaskan population being Black there is a reason for that)...


 2022-04-25  49m

episode 16: S02E16: Tasha Sattler - Creating wearable art for movement artists

What is art?  Do you think of paintings?  Sculpture?  Art takes so many forms and functions within our community and means different things to everyone.  Beautiful, hand-crafted functional things like jewelry, ceramics, and textiles hold a special place as art that we can engage with everyday...


 2022-04-18  53m

episode 15: S02E15: Cryptopher Robin & Defi Fry - Crypto currency without the spam or scam

These days it feels like spam messages selling crypto currency is the new, ubiquitous Nigerian prince or penis enlargement scam.  Dozens of these messages a day - and it doesn't stop with email.  LinkedIn is flooded with the fraudsters.  At the same time, crypto exchange is very real and very lucrative if done correctly.  Companies like Coinbase are helping to bringing these opportunities to the mainstream...


 2022-04-11  1h1m

episode 14: S02E14: Shannon MacFarlane - Helping families face loss and embrace joy one photograph at a time.

Finding ways to cope with loss and, most especially, the impending death of a loved one is a challenge that everyone must learn to combat in their life.  These last few years we have all had to find new and creative ways to grieve and prepare for that change. Shannon MacFarlane photographs individuals, families, and pets in these intimate, vulnerable moments.  Finding the glimpses of joy and moments of laughter is her specialty...


 2022-04-04  55m