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Entrepreneur Michael Gardon is on a mission to help people BREAK work and get intentional about their career journey. In 2018 work wasn't working for Mike, so he decided to BREAK work and design a better work-life. Now, he helps people do the same. Hear from corporate careerists who have found fulfi… read more

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February 22nd, 2024


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February 28th, 2024




So The World Economic Forum recently released their top 10 "skills for the future of work."

Guess what made the list: flexibility, adaptability and resilience.

Why are those so important to the WEF?

Here's how you get good at creating options in your career

February 21st, 2024



You can do anything, but you can’t do everything. You must choose your path with the best odds.

Look there's 2 places people start when …

Grit In Action: How Danielle Cobo Transformed Challenges Into Triumphs

February 19th, 2024


#513: Welcome back to another episode of The Break podcast, the space where we unpack the remarkable stories of individuals who've faced life's challenges head-on. I'm your host, Mike, and today's conversation is one …

I Got Fired In The Middle Of A Meeting, And It Can Happen To You Too

February 14th, 2024



I got fired in the middle of a meeting. Well, I was told the next day, but it happened in that meeting.

I knew it.

What a terrible feeling. I …

To Overcome Career Fear, Do This

February 7th, 2024



FUD = Fear. Uncertainty. Doubt.

The triad that keeps us from betting on ourselves.

And keeps us on the incremental path to nowhere.

I used to …

Make more progress on your career path in the next 7 Days than the previous 7 years

January 31st, 2024



I'm back and energized, to dive into something that's been on my mind – and probably on yours too: the messiness of Career Change.

I know, just reading those words can send a flutter of anxiety through your …

To Win At Life Build Your Boldness Capacity

January 24th, 2024



I thought a lot about how we can build our capacity to take action towards what WE want.

That can seem scary because we fear what other people will think, and we think we are RISKING a lot.

After all, if what we …

The Art of Reinvention: Finding Fulfillment Beyond the Norm with Roger Osorio

January 22nd, 2024


#508: We're delving into the profound topic of reinvention, exploring how to pursue our passions, even when it means taking a leap of faith.

In today's interview, I had the privilege of sitting down with Roger Osorio, a …

Challenging Conventional Notions: How to Align Purpose, Profit, and Mission In Your Career With Arun Gupta

January 9th, 2024


#507: Our guest, Arun Gupta, brings a unique perspective to the table, one that challenges conventional notions of purpose and profit in one's career.

3 Frameworks for making better career decisions in 2024

December 20th, 2023


#506: Ok, so 2024 is knocking at the door and I just learned a new word. 

Actually 2 new words.

First, my kids taught me the word "rizz" which means …

The Power of Awkwardness: Transforming Cringe into Courage with Henna Pryor

December 18th, 2023


#505: Henna Pryor, PCC is a highly sought-after Workplace Performance Expert and an award-winning 2x TEDx and global keynote speaker, virtual presenter, author, and professional executive coach. She’s known for her …

Banish The Uncertainty Holding You Back

December 13th, 2023


#504: The only way to crush the uncertainty we feel about the next steps in our careers is to get comfortable not knowing. Which is a huge shift Paul …

Breaking Barriers with Paul Dircks: A Story of Health and Career Triumph

December 11th, 2023


#503: I am beyond excited for today's conversation. We've got a guest who's not only a fantastic individual but has an inspiring journey to share.

I …

10 Lessons From A Legend Who Broke The Mold

December 6th, 2023


#502: Last week the world lost a legend. Charlie Munger passed away at the age of 99. Charlie was (and still is) deeply influential on me. If you’ve taken my course, ​Advantage Mapping Foundations​, you’ve seen and …

The Text Message That Saved A Life: Justin Brey's Incredible Story

December 4th, 2023


#501: Our conversation today revolves around life-changing moments and the remarkable power of personal transformation. Get ready to be inspired as …

Danny Miranda On Living Your True Purpose

November 27th, 2023


#500: Today's conversation is all about belief and purpose, two essential elements on our life's journey. But first, let me share why this topic is so important. When I first reached out to today's guest, I realized how …

8 Keys to an UnBREAKable Career

November 22nd, 2023


#499: I heard this from a former colleague yesterday. Let me know if this sounds familiar:

"After the events of last fall, I've adopted an "always …

Thriving As A Freelancer With Tim Noetzel, Founder Of Freelance GPS

November 20th, 2023


#498: We're about to dive into the remarkable journey of a man who's no stranger to carving his own unique path in the world of technology, …

The 5 Pillars of Work Life Transformation

November 15th, 2023


#497: Every single day I hear from people trapped in their current version of work-life. They WANT to make a change, but their overwhelmed by the complexity of the problem and don’t know where to start “figuring it out.”

What are the odds the 18 year old version of yourself got it right? Or, Why you need to build a portfolio approach to your career

November 1st, 2023


#496: A portfolio approach to your career is all about thriving in the uncertain future.

The truth is:

We don’t know.

We don’t know what’s going to …

Receptionist To Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Developer - How Sean Sweeney Embraced His Purpose To Live An Authentic Life

October 30th, 2023


#495: We've got an incredible guest in the house – a friend from the past who's has broken himself on purpose, and undergone an extraordinary journey of reinvention. But before we dive into this conversation, don't …

How To Be Left Alone At Work

October 25th, 2023


#494: In this episode, I am sharing the tactics I implored to not only gain some separation, but carve out autonomous time to design my way out of corporate altogether.

If you want to change the trajectory of your …

Empowering And Supporting Working Moms With MilkMate Founder Patrice Meagher

October 23rd, 2023


#493: How does a working mother of 4 go from climbing the ladder to EVP in the most competitive real estate market in the world, to saying, whoa I need a break, to then founding a corporate wellness company?

By tapping …

How I Broke 25 Years Of Imposter Syndrome

October 18th, 2023


492: Imposter syndrome. We all know it. I know it too well. In a nutshell, it's the (irrational) feeling that sets our own limits.

It tells us we don’t belong. We’re not worthy. Why start? There’s someone else out there …

When You Realize Life Is Too Short For Regrets With Dakota Robertson

October 16th, 2023


#491: Dakota Robertson (@WrongstoWrite on Twitter) bet it all on himself and went from Dominos delivery driver to the internet's pre-eminent ghostwriter in under a year. He has an incredible story of transformation and …

How To Overcome Obstacles And Take Action To Make Meaningful Changes With Kelli Thompson

October 9th, 2023


#490: Kelli Thompson is a women’s leadership coach and speaker who helps women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. She has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, lead with more confidence, …

Where Warren Buffett And I Differ About Success

October 4th, 2023


#489: When the richest man in the world tells you something, generally you should listen.

Warren Buffett is famous for talking about finding your own …

Leading With Vulnerability With Jacob Morgan

October 2nd, 2023


#488: Jacob Morgan is the international best-selling author of 5 books, keynote speaker, and professionally trained futurist. His passion and mission is to create great leaders, engaged employees, and future-ready …

Using Financial Planning As A Tool To Intentionally Design Your Life With Richard Archer

September 25th, 2023


#487: Career change, fear and money.

Those concepts are tightly interlinked. Much of my work is trying to break the traditional conceptions of this …

Doing Hard Things: What One Reporter Learned From Taking On Ironman and Interviewing The FIRE Community With Kathleen Elkins

September 18th, 2023


#486: How do you get yourself to do hard things that you don’t have to do? We all want to make big changes, but we often falter with the execution piece. Whether that’s changing careers, losing weight or or completing …

Here's The Key To Feeling Free At Work

September 6th, 2023


#485: You well know that feeling of being trapped. I need to do something else, but I can't because . . . 

Well, I'm going to let you in on a secret. That dread and anxiety goes away the minute you are confident in …

How To Capitalize On Career Accidents With Dennis Geelen, The “Accidental Solopreneur”

September 5th, 2023


#484: I talk a lot about risk and uncertainty, but one of the most counterintuitive lessons I learned from my time in finance, entrepreneurship, and design is that there is an upside to uncertainty.

Sometimes chance …

How A Laugh May Have Broken Mark Twain's Suicide Attempt

August 30th, 2023


#483: Learn about how a laugh may have broken Mark Twain's suicide attempt and how this applies to you. 

How To Make Change A Habit: A Simple 3 Step Cycle

August 23rd, 2023


#481: Today I’m going to show you the three step, cycle of change you can use to make a habit out of changing yourself to hit your goals and transform your growth.

Building A Bulletproof Mindset With Jermane Cheathem

August 14th, 2023


#482: Imagine hearing growing up and hearing metal shell casings hit the street. Imagine being abandoned by your father, and then later your step father.

Then imagine creating over $50M in sales for a niche finance …

How To Escape The "Time-For-Money" Trap As A Freelancer With Gabe Marusca

August 7th, 2023


#480: Sometimes all it takes for a break moment is a conversation with an old friend.

Gabe Marusca, was born in Romainia, and started on a typical …

How Your Biases Prevent You From Taking The Risks You Need To Take

August 2nd, 2023


#479: We all dream of making a big change. We wonder how others do it. At the heart of making any change is the battle in our minds between belief and fear.

Having some fear is healthy, but too much paralyzes us. Having …

The Blueprint To Getting Promoted With Bret Barrie

July 31st, 2023


#478: Bret Barrie was a Hall-of-Fame and President’s Club-winning sales rep and has been a top-producing sales leader in multiple industries. He is …

How To Influence Your Odds Of Luck

July 26th, 2023


#477: We tend to think of luck as completely random and out of our control. However, every action you take has uncertainty in it, so there is an …

Why You Should Consider A Career Break With Katrina McGhee

July 10th, 2023


#476: So I made a new friend. We’re kindred spirits. My new friend is called the fairy godmother of career breaks and sabbaticals.

Katrina McGhee is a Career Break and Sabbatical Expert, creator of the Break Blueprint …

How To Turn A Debilitating Weakness Into Your Life’s Work With Ty Hoesgen

July 3rd, 2023


#475: What is it like to turn a debilitating weakness into your life’s work?

Ty Hoesgen grew up on a farm in Canada where the closest town was only 800 people. He was terrified to talk to other people, but once he got …

Leapfrog "Experts" By Building In Public

June 28th, 2023


#475:  I’ve gotten a lot of questions recently about people needing to switch roles or career tracks. Lots of uncertainty out there that people are …

What It Feels Like To Bet On Yourself

June 21st, 2023


#474: What does it feel like to bet on yourself? In this episode, we will discuss: 

  • How it really feels to bet on yourself
  • The psychology of why it …

5 Minutes To Ensure Positive Momentum Tomorrow

May 31st, 2023


#473: In this episode, learn how to ensure positive momentum tomorrow. 

  • We need to create momentum when we tackle any change
  • That's our "Belief …

Taking The Pathless Path With Paul Millerd

May 30th, 2023


#472 - What happens when you start to notice the invisible scripts that tell you the keys to “success” are be good in school, get a good job, work …

Taking the Pathless Path + A Hack To Deal With Overwhelm

May 25th, 2023


#471 - The rub with taking a "pathless path" is that we have to figure out our way, which means trying things.

When we try things we split our attention and can get trapped in the overwhelm of flailing without seeming …

Get Unstuck By Working On Your Life Force

May 25th, 2023


#470 - I have a secret . . . I’ve been stuck more times than I care to count or remember.

I’ve had weeks and months go by with no progress, and …

How To Make A Massive Change In A Short Amount Of Time With Taylin Simmonds

May 15th, 2023


#469: If you’ve ever wondered how a teacher stuck in a classroom making $40k per year can transform into a world-roaming remote nomad making over $100k inside 12 months, well you’re in the right place.  Taylin Simmonds …

Change Mastery: Overcoming Resistance and Embracing Growth With MJ Reiners

May 8th, 2023


#468: Disruption and change are all around us, and happening faster and faster. I consider the ability to deal well with change to be the single most important skill for young people to learn. To dive into this topic, …

#467 A New Way To Look At Failure. Are You NASA or SpaceX?

April 26th, 2023


How we view failure is intricately linked with how we view uncertainty. Our normal view of failure tells us that it is something to avoid. Everybody …

How Do You Deal With Making It To The Top With Clint Murphy

April 24th, 2023


#466: What happens when you’ve reached “the top”, but you find it isn’t everything you thought it would be? How does being in the C-suite change the …

11 Cognitive Distortions Crushing Your Potential

April 19th, 2023


This episode at a glance: 

  • The only thing holding us back from having the life we want is the errors in how we view our own reality
  • These …

The Portfolio Life With Christina Wallace

April 17th, 2023


#464: For those of us who have zig-zagged our careers, we often feel misplaced, misunderstood, and feel like we come across as scattered. But the truth is there’s magic in our intersections, and the key is excavating …

You Are An Intersection

April 12th, 2023


#461: In this episode, we are talking about how each of us is a unique intersection of ideas and experiences. Your ability to see that intersection and provide your POV is a superpower. But, uncovering that intersection …


April 5th, 2023


#462: Welcome to the new members of The Break! I’m in Florida this week on Spring Break with my family.

In between chasing kids on the beach, playing catch and having some nice meals, I’m thinking a lot about that …

The 5 Perspective Shifts That Completely Blew Up My Life (In a good way)

March 29th, 2023


#461: Last week we talked about how a lot of our excuses are simply lies. That was a big perspective shift for me when I really took it to heart.

Finding Yourself With Josiah Goff

March 27th, 2023


#460: My next guest is Josiah Goff, Vice President of Product at Tune, a technology for partner marketing programs and affiliate networks.

Josiah has …

The Biggest Lie Holding You Back From The Path You Want

March 22nd, 2023


#459: In this episode, we are diving into the biggest lie that is holding you back from the path you want.

4 Questions To Unlock The Biggest Productivity Hack On Earth

March 8th, 2023


#458: All productivity hacks are just noise. Nothing comes even close to the output you get when you align who you are with what you do. NOTHING.

Alignment means becoming who you were meant to be (your purpose). It’s …

How Do I Find My Passion? A Systematic Way To Increase The Odds

March 1st, 2023


457: How do you find passion? What's the difference between passion and purpose? In this episode, we will walk through a simple 4-step process to help you find your purpose. We will also share how Advantage Mapping can …

11 Perspective Shifts To Take Your Work-Life To The Next Level

February 22nd, 2023


#456: The biggest mind blowing moments in my life have come from tiny perspective shifts that broke the way I looked at the world.

Here are a few:

Energy As The Catalyst To Change With Dan Go

February 20th, 2023


#455:  Imagine being a pudgy, bullied high school dropout going nowhere, then miraculously, building a successful business, selling it, and then …

Your Career Is Riskier Than You Think. Here's How To Manage It

February 15th, 2023


#454: Last week I wrote about the Hero’s Journey I think we are all on, and how it is in The Unknown that anything worth doing resides.

The Unknown is risky. But what most people miss is that The Known is also risky. …

Becoming The Hero Of Your Own Story

February 8th, 2023


#453: We all have a voice that is calling us to be a hero. We all have a voice that is telling us why we can’t be one. Who are we going to listen to?

Becoming Prolific Through Process With Teddy Mitrosilis

February 6th, 2023


#452: Teddy is a former D1 athlete. He played baseball at UNC, then took his two passions: sports and writing, and built a career in sports media starting with ESPN. Somewhere along the line, as most of us come to find …

How to Find Your Way - 4 Steps to Becoming a Better Wayfinder

February 1st, 2023


#451: Most of us:

  1. don’t know where we are - we’re lost
  2. know where we are but don’t know where to go
  3. know where to go, but don’t know how to get there

How To Build An Authentic Career With Eliana Goldstein

January 30th, 2023


#450: Eliana Goldstein is a Certified Professional Coach who works with ambitious individuals to create the necessary mindsets, learn the key …

How To Take Better Risks: Your Future Self Depends On It

January 25th, 2023


#449: I was not born a risk taker.

I still don’t consider myself one.

But I’ve made A LOT of progress. That progress is probably the single achievement that I am most proud of in my life.

Being in a position to take …

Becoming a Simple Man With Brian Gallagher

January 16th, 2023


#448: Brian Gallagher is a Corporate American turned Global Citizen. Brian did what many bright and talented people do right out of college. He went …

The MEMO Approach - How to make better investments in yourself

January 11th, 2023


#448: I made a big investment in an expensive coaching program this year.

I was scared, but did it anyway. The old me never would have done this.

But …

The Belief Flywheel

January 4th, 2023


#447: In this podcast episode, we are discussing the number 1 factor that separates long-term success from failure that I've learned the hard way. We will also cover how to build your belief flywheel. Tune in to learn …

How To Ditch Workplace Hustle Culture With Jennie Blumenthal

December 12th, 2022


#446: Jennie Blumenthal is the founder of Corporate Rehab where she coaches executives to re-engineer their relationship with work to grow in their current career or in a new opportunity.

Jennie’s “break moment” came in …

The Break Issue 25: Why Are The Greatest Investors In The World Talking About Personality?

December 8th, 2022


#445: In today’s issue, we’re picking my Advantage Mapping System up again starting with the second source of advantage: Your Personality.

Navigating Career Exits And Acquisitions With Alexis Grant

December 5th, 2022


#444: Alexis Grant is founder & CEO of They Got Acquired, a media company that helps entrepreneurs sell online businesses.

Previously, she was EVP of Content at The Penny Hoarder, a personal finance media brand, …

The Break Issue #24: How To Decide What You Want Using Inversion

November 30th, 2022


#443: In today’s issue, we’re going to explore the most underrated approach to solving a career decision:


I'll show you how looking at a …

The Break Issue #23: Applying Inversion To Being Thankful

November 23rd, 2022


#442: We are all thankful this time of year - or at least, we try to be.

Have you ever sat down and tried to articulate what you are thankful for?

The Break Issue #22: Why is it so hard to perceive our own abilities?

November 9th, 2022


#441: “I don’t know what I’m good at.”

It’s a phrase I hear from people in all walks of life - included highly driven, growth minded individuals.

Tune in to this episode to learn why it's so hard to percieve our own …

Should You Ever Go Backwards In Your Career With Kelli Thompson

November 7th, 2022


#440: Should you ever go backwards in your career? If you’re a long term listener of the podcast, you know I think the answer is absolutely yes. …

Why Relationships Are Key To Leadership With Dr. Adam C. Bandelli

October 31st, 2022


#439: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Adam C. Bandelli. Founder & Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, Dr. Adam C. Bandelli is …

How To Quit A Job That’s Taking More Than It’s Giving With Sara McElroy

October 24th, 2022


#438: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Sara McElroy. Sara McElroy is an ex-chief marketing officer and former hustle culture devotee who …

The Break Issue #20: Cultivating Expertise

October 19th, 2022


#437: I have a tough time with expertise, I’m betting you do too.

Last week I did an overview of the Advantage Mapping Strategy. I view this exercise as fundamental to choosing what you do and how you spend your time …

How To Blaze Your Own Trail With Rebekah Bastian

October 17th, 2022


#436: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Rebekah Bastian. Rebekah is a creator. She’s created a startup, a tech movement, a book, multiple …

Mapping Your Advantage: How To Put The Odds In Your Favor

October 12th, 2022


#435: One of the biggest lessons I learned as a trader is that great traders, gamblers and investors only play - or only bet big - when they have an advantage.

Sometimes they win, and sometimes they lose, but over the …

How To Hack Your Career With Joel Bein

October 10th, 2022


#434: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Joel Bein. Joel Bein is passionate about self-driven learning, creativity, personal growth, and human consciousness. Joel is the CEO at Career Hackers and Founder of New …

Proven Marketing Strategies For Business With Alex Oliveira

October 3rd, 2022


#433: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Alex Oliveira. In this episode we track Alex’s career. We discuss how he found his superpower, and how he leveraged that power to make leaps into completely different …

Leveraging Your Defined Natural Abilities (DNA) With Tareka Wheeler

September 26th, 2022


#432: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Tareka Wheeler. Tereka Career & Mindset Strategist that helps ambitious Women of Color and Working …

Managing Decision Overload

September 14th, 2022


#431: Theres a natural progression in how we frame choices or “options” as I tend to call them (it’s the finance guy in me).

Welcome to decision overload, or what I call option overload.

In the context of any change, …

The Best Plan Is The One You Can Stick With

August 31st, 2022


#430: Why do most people (including me) fail to stick with a change or even start something new?

I try to make changes every single day of my life. It’s a constant fight.

I mostly fail.

But I sometimes succeed.

Tune in …

How To Take Control Of Your Work Situation To Unlock Your Dream Lifestyle With Matt Doan

August 29th, 2022


#429: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Matt Doan. Matt Doan is the Founder and CEO of Transcendent Media. He’s passionate about helping people …

You don't need a job. You need a revenue source.

August 24th, 2022


#428: You don’t need to make a major change today. You just need to be open. Start thinking of your income source as revenue, and a world of possibilities will open up.

Why We Need To Put Happiness First With Barry Shore

August 15th, 2022


#427: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Barry Shore. Known as the “Ambassador of JOY,” Barry Shore is a mental wellness activist, …

The Only 3 Levers That Determine Success

August 11th, 2022


#426: Success is a tricky subject. Life, health wealth, family. I’m not going to define it here, other than to say, for me, all of it matters. That’s why I’ve rejected the corporate ladder and 9-5 rat race. But no …

Connecting Job Seekers With Great Jobs Via Ramped, A Skills-Based Hiring Platform With Ramped Co-Founder and CEO Manoj Jonna

August 8th, 2022


#425: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Manoj Jonna. Manoj Jonna is the Co-Founder & CEO of Ramped, a skills-based hiring platform that is …

The 5 Questions You Need To Ask To Take Ownership Of The Changes You Want To Make

August 3rd, 2022


#424: I’m in constant re-evaluation mode. Stuck floating between seeing the field and playing on the field.

At least every 6 months I hit a "reset" moment where I question everything I'm doing.

Here are the 5 questions …

How To Embrace Your Zigzag Career Path With Susan Hamilton Meier

August 1st, 2022


#423: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Susan Hamilton Meier. Susan is a personal branding expert who helps women untangle the zigzags of their careers to find a clear, shiny thread of their story and design the …

From Youth Pastor To Success Speaker And Entrepreneur With Grant Baldwin

July 25th, 2022


#422: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Grant Baldwin. Grant made a career change when his wife was 5 months pregnant with their first child. It was scary, but he set himself on an unmistakable path toward a …

The Investment In Loss Superpower

July 20th, 2022


#421: Investment in loss simply means that we often need to take a step back in order to make a giant leap forward, and that step backward is an investment. 

Keep listening to learn more!

How To Train First, Get Hired Second With Tom Brunskill

July 18th, 2022


#420: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Tom Brunskill. Tom Brunskill is the co-founder and CEO of Forage, a job simulation platform that helps …

I'm Creating An All Weather Life

July 13th, 2022


#419: Right now we’re experiencing the highest inflation in 40 years which is impacting our wallets, our companies’ profit margins and our jobs.

Putting Job Seekers First With Reverse Recruiting With Mike Podesto

July 11th, 2022


#418: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Mike Podesto. Mike Podesto is the CEO & Founder of Find My Profession, Inc. After years in sales …

How To Network With Anyone On The Internet

July 6th, 2022


#417: Learn how to network with the people you admire! Your network determines your level of success - your ability to find a better job, pivot careers or find clients. Tune in to learn how to network with anyone on the …

Leaving Bridgewater For Solopreneurship. How David Kline Left The Largest Hedge Fund In The World To Teach The Management Playbook

June 28th, 2022


#416: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with David Kline. Dave is a former Chief Operating Officer of several different divisions at Bridgewater Associates, the worlds largest hedge fund with over $200M of assets under …

Pivot Principle 1: Extend Your Runway

June 22nd, 2022


#415: Your runway is basically the amount of time you have to complete whatever pivot you are trying to execute.

Learn the best ways to extend your runway in this episode! 

The Anatomy of a Career Pivot

June 15th, 2022

#414: Change happens: either we choose it or it is forced upon us.

I want more people to choose to change rather than be forced.

Whether you want to change jobs, change companies or blow it all up and work for …

Teal: The Project Management System For Building Your Career With Founder Dave Fano

May 23rd, 2022



In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Dave Fano. David Fano is a serial entrepreneur, former WeWork executive, and ex-architect who has made it his mission to help people navigate their careers with confidence. …

Jeff Rose - From Financial Planner to YouTuber: The Evolution Of Career Experimenter

May 2nd, 2022

#411: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Jeff Rose. Jeff Rose is a devoted husband and father of four. He's made millions as an internet, …

The Importance Of Second-Chance Employment Opportunities With Ty Reed

April 25th, 2022


#410: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Ty Reed. Many individuals escaping the adverse circumstances of addiction, homelessness, and past …

How To Deal With Uncertainty With Ross Dzikovsky

April 4th, 2022


#409: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Ross Dzikovsky. Ross is a native of Kyiv, Ukraine and is the co-founder of Bilberrry, a software development firm with its development team based in the Ukraine. Mike and …

How To Achieve Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition With Will Smith

March 28th, 2022


#408: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Will Smith. Will founded Acquiring Minds in 2021 shortly after discovering acquisition entrepreneurship, a love-at-first-sight moment. Prior to Acquiring Minds, Will ran …

How To Develop A Holistic Career Strategy With Sonja Price

March 21st, 2022


#407: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Sonja Price. Sonja “Dynamo” Price has 15+ years of experience in Career and Leadership consulting. She …

Networking and Systematizing Getting Your First Job With Matthew Kennedy Stewart

March 7th, 2022


#406: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Matthew Kennedy Stewart.

Matthew is co-founder and CEO of National Service Group (NSG), which operates …

The Future Of Work And How To Elevate Your Career Journey With Lisa Gevelber

December 27th, 2021


#405: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Lisa Gevelber. Lisa founded and leads Grow with Google (, which is Google’s $1 billion commitment to economic opportunity for all. Since 2017, Grow with …

How To Bet On Yourself And Control Your Circumstances With Patrick Tannous

October 27th, 2021


#404: In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Patrick Tannous. Patrick is the co-founder and President of Tiesta Tea Company. Tiesta Tea is a tea company inspired by a passion for great-tasting loose leaf tea beverages. …

Interrupt Imposter Syndrome with Teresa Sande

October 22nd, 2021


#403: Teresa Sande Author of Find Your Fierce: Interrupt Imposter Syndrome and Own Your Success has some insightful research from studies and …

Navigating Parental Leave With Dr. Amy Beacom and Sue Campbell

October 18th, 2021


#402: In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Dr. Amy Beacom and Sue Campbell.

Dr. Amy Beacom is the Founder and CEO of the Center for Parental …

Rejection is Protection With Noa Shaw

October 12th, 2021



In this episode, Justin Dux chats with Noa Shaw. Noa Shaw is a certified life coach who guides his clients to become better versions of themselves by helping them identify and understand their purpose and achieve …

Taking Yourself And Your Team To The Next Level With Kelly McClellan

October 6th, 2021


#400: In this episode, Justin Dux chats with Kelly McClellan. Kelly is a Career and Leadership expert with over 20 years of experience in training and developing people, leaders, and teams. With more than 3000 coaching …

Influencing Culture From Below: What It Means To Have A Servant Purpose & The Generational Influences That Change Culture with S. Chris Edmonds

October 4th, 2021


#399: In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with S. Chris Edmonds. S. Chris Edmondshelps leaders create and sustain purposeful, positive, productive …

Why Culture Is Vital And How Individuals Can Influence Culture With Mark Babbitt

September 23rd, 2021


#398: In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Mark Babbitt. Mark S. Babbitt is President of WorqIQ, a community and change management consultancy …

Jobs For College Grads With Parker Dewey Founder Jeffrey Moss

September 13th, 2021


#397: Jeffrey Moss solved a problem, the answer to the question for recent grads from college; how do I get experience?

His company Parker Dewey has …

How To Deal With Difficult Coworkers And Other Toxic Personalities With Peter Economy

September 9th, 2021


#396: Peter Economy has written over 100 books and his latest is a field guide to toxic coworkers. He offers some great advice on how to deal with this toxicity and move into a new job quickly to out-maneuver these bad …

How To Recognize Opportunity And Be Ready To Say Yes With Ray King

August 25th, 2021



In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Ray King. Ray is the Global Head of Sales at Devbridge, a digital product and technology …

The Amazingly Simple Way to Stand Out on a Job Hunt With Joel Bein

August 11th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Joel Bein. Joel Bein is passionate about self-driven learning, creativity, personal growth, and human consciousness. He is a content marketer and job hunt coach at, a …

How To Troubleshoot Teamwork With Dr. Valerie Patrick

July 29th, 2021


#393: Valerie Patrick is a PhD chemical engineer who worked in multi-national organizations for 25 years where she gained over 10,000 hours of …

Integrating Who You Are With What You Do: The High Payoff Skill Of Becoming More Emotionally Intelligent with Raman Chadha

July 22nd, 2021



In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Raman Chadha. Raman is a Founder and Managing Partner of The Junto Institute, which has been in business since 2012. Junto is the only place for bootstrapped companies to …

How To Secure Your Future With Ken Rusk

July 19th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Ken Rusk. Ken Rusk is a blue-collar construction entrepreneur and founder of Rusk Industries, Inc. who has …

The Silicon Valley High Tech Coach Kyle Elliott

July 12th, 2021


This coach works with job seekers at a high level in one of the most competitive markets in the world. Silicon Valley has earned him a reputation that keeps in demand through word of mouth and an excellent reputation. …

The Importance Of Sales Skills With Danny Leonard

July 5th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Danny Leonard. Danny is currently a Co-Founder at Ramped. He's also a sales advisor, consultant, and …

Cracking Pressure: How to Build Resilience in Pressure Situations with Dane Jensen

June 28th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Dane Jensen. Dane Jensen is the CEO of Third Factor, an instructor at the Smith School of Business at …

How To Execute On An Idea Outside Of Your Core Job With Rachel Neill

June 14th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Gardon chats with Rachel Neill. Rachel is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Carex Consulting Group, Shenanigan Kids (The …

Will The 5-Hour Workday Become Normal? With Stephan Aarstol

June 8th, 2021


Stephan Aarstol, founder and CEO of Tower Paddle Boards built a company with over 30M in sales. But we're not here to paddle around the topic. He …

What It's Like To Innovate At The Intersection Of Startups And Corporate Bureaucracy With Kara Kaplan

June 4th, 2021


In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Kara Kaplan. Kara is currently the CEO of Moonrise. Prior to Moonrise, Kara spent her early career working in finance at Mesirow Financial and at Angel Street Capital (a boutique …

What It Takes: Breaking Into a Venture Career with Patrick Klas

May 28th, 2021


In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Patrick Klas. Patrick is an investor with Maschmeyer Group Ventures (MGV). MGV is a seed stage fund located in San Francisco primarily focusing on InsurTech and Fintech. …

The Key Skills You Need To Rise In A Company With Jim Butman

May 21st, 2021


In this episode, Mike Gardon chats with Jim Butman, President and Chief Executive Officer at TDS Telecom. Jim has been with TDS Telecom since 1985. During his tenure with TDS Telecom, Jim has held numerous leadership …

From Corporate HR To Freelancing with Laura Gariepy

May 18th, 2021


Have you ever wondered what it would take to go from a corporate job to freelancing? In this episode, Laura Gariepy shares how she transitioned from …

The Importance Of Mindfulness In The Workplace With Scott Shute

May 18th, 2021


Our journey to find meaningful work. Our journey to find a meaningful life. Most of us have been climbing the wrong mountain. Sometimes it seems like …

Karen TIber Leland talks about Pareto's Principle

May 7th, 2021


Karen Tiber Leland has three names but 1 main expertise- Personal Branding.  Karen is a frequent guest expert on personal branding, CEO branding, executive presence for radio, television, print, and online media.  She …

Spark your Career with Leander Howard II

April 25th, 2021


Spark Your Resume was founded by Leander Howard II on January 9, 2020, and was officially launched on March 20, 2020. Spark Your Resume is a Resume Writing and Career Advancement Services Company helping REAL people …

Why you should probably hire a copywriter: Nicki Krawczyk

April 19th, 2021


You wrote your LinkedIn profile. You wrote your resume You wrote a post on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.  And you have zero training. That doesn't make you better at writing. It means you might be making a huge mistake …

Author of "Coming Back", Fawn Germer

April 2nd, 2021


She’s a badass adventurer who loves humanity and is loved back by many Jobseekers, Friends, and family. She lives one hell of a life blazing trails where no one has gone before. A passionate swimmer, cyclist, and …

What do you have to prove? With Heather Whelpley

March 26th, 2021


Author of Over Achievers Guide to breaking all the rules.

You have nothing to prove. Learn how to go from "Am I enough?" to "I am enough". Let go of …

Mindfulness, your job interview advantage with Brett Hill

March 19th, 2021


Are you in control of your mind? Are you really?  Most people can't focus on one thing for more than 8 seconds. Your resumes rarely get that much …

Guide To Getting A Promotion with B.J. Schone

March 15th, 2021


Today's guest B.J. Schone worked in Human Resources (HR) for 15+ years at several large, notable companies, and has been a manager for 10 of those …

100K employers and 10M Job Seekers can't be wrong.

March 5th, 2021


"I'm not a cat" the now infamous viral story of a lawyer's mistake on a zoom call in front of a judge. Cats have a way of getting into everything. Including this interview with a CEO. Stick around for the end of this …

Wrote the book on LinkedIn

February 8th, 2021


Brenda Bernstein, Founder and Senior Editor at The Essay Expert LLC, is the author of How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile, a book that held #1 best-seller spot on Amazon for 2 years (Business writing Skills …

Lesley Mitler advice for Recent Grads

January 31st, 2021


Lesley is an expert Career Coach with a novice niche. Co-Founder of Early Stage Careers she guides college students and recent graduates to …

The Most Innovative Career Coach of 2020 Claudia T Miller

December 29th, 2020


Claudia has helped job seekers advance their careers or secure job offers for new roles. The right preparation can lead to a big raise or salary that …

Handling Hardball Interview Questions With Max Chan

November 16th, 2020


“You don’t want to avoid it, and you don’t want to go down the rabbit hole of negativity, you want a balance between identifying the situation and …

How To Knock Any Job Interview Out of The Park With Frank Blake

November 9th, 2020


“It’s normal to be nervous. Nervousness is really just energy and what you do with that energy can differentiate yourself in the interview process” - Frank Blake

Frank Blake has experienced more in life than most. He …

Tara Haelle on How To Alleviate Feelings of Depletion and Cope With The Pandemic

November 2nd, 2020


“Assume for now that this will be the status quo for another year” - Tara Haelle (@TaraHaelle)

Freelance journalist, Tara Haelle has been published in just about every major media outlet. Her specialties include …

Winning Your Salary Negotiation With Ellis Chase

October 26th, 2020


“The longer you avoid your salary negotiation, the higher your price goes and you can drive away your competition” - Ellis Chase 

Career Cloud Radio …

How To Network Yourself Into A Dream Job With Marty Gilbert

October 20th, 2020


“What a lot of people don’t realize is that 95 percent of the job search is marketing” - Marty Gilbert

Marty Gilbert is the Founder and CEO of NSENG, which stands for North Shore Executive Networking Group (Chicago …

What A Recent College Graduate Can Do As They Enter The Job Market With Beth Handler-Grunt

October 12th, 2020


“It’s all about putting yourself in their shoes and how you make them look good” - Beth Handler - Grunt (@bhgrunt)

Beth Hendler-Grunt is a career …

Lessons in Entrepreneurship With Sean Castrina

October 5th, 2020


“Fail fast, fail forward, and fail cheap” - (@SeanCastrina)

Sean is an entrepreneur who previously held a self described dream job, but was unexpectedly let go. It was then that he arrived at the conclusion that he …

Finding Where To Go and Then Getting There With Ben Anderson (#100)

September 29th, 2020


“I encourage clients to go back through their careers and think about where they felt  they belonged” - Ben Anderson

Ben Anderson is the second coach we have had on from The Handel Group and brings a wealth of …

Diving Into Resume Composition And What It Means To Employers With Virginia Franco

September 21st, 2020


“I weave in language that eludes to pain points together with details that are unique to an individual” - Virginia Franco

We enjoyed having Virginia Franco on so much as a guest the first time around, that we decided …

Working at 50 & Beyond with Richard Eisenberg

September 14th, 2020


They don’t want to take a risk - Richard Eisenberg on employers’ hiring process

Richard Eisenberg is the Managing Editor of Next Avenue, a site that is geared towards baby boomers in the workforce where the slogan is …

The Power of Habits and Priorities With Andrew Sykes

September 8th, 2020


We say people don’t have habits, habits have people - Andrew Sykes

Andrew Sykes knows a thing or two about habits, and after listening to this …

How To Make Yourself More Valuable in The Eyes of An Employer With Anjana Karumathil

September 1st, 2020


“Anything and everything that you do has to be about making someone successful” - Anjana Karumathil 

Anjana Karumathil is a fresh perspective for the …

How Identifying Your Core Values Will Help You Define a Career Path

August 24th, 2020


“When you’re solid on your commitments, it makes decision making easier”

Going from “stuck to unstoppable” is what Tracy Timm specializes in, and she …

Modernizing Your Resume and Mastering Your LinkedIn Profile with Lynne Willams

August 18th, 2020


“As the fairy Godmother of job seekers, like a pumpkin to a carriage, I write resumes and LinkedIn profiles, and transform them into job seeker tools”

Working Remotely (From A Different Country) and Adapting To The Pandemic With Marc Miller

August 10th, 2020


“The more you learn about someone else’s culture, the more you learn about your own” - Marc Miller

Marc Miller, of specializes in his …

Dealing With Change In Your Career and The Workplace With Chrisa Boyce Part II

August 3rd, 2020


Chrisa Boyce is an Executive Coach at Handel Group, a renowned corporate consulting and life coaching company. Her experience building brands, …

Dealing With Change In Your Career and In The Workplace With Chrisa Boyce

July 27th, 2020


“I get to help people figure out how to reframe change and how to act in spite of being scared” - Chrisa Boyce

Chrisa Boyce is an Executive Coach at

How To Differentiate Yourself During a Job Search With Ramon Santillan

July 20th, 2020


“Don’t think of it as “I’m trying to find a job,” think of it as “I’m trying to make friends”” - Ramon Santillan 

Ramon Santillan got his start as a …

Breaking Down The Job Interview To Highlight Your Strengths And Story With Ashley Stahl

July 13th, 2020


Ashley Stahl is one of the more accomplished career coaches we’ve had on Career Cloud Radio. She offers both private coaching and online courses through her website,, in addition to a continually updated …

How to Break Into The Lucrative Field of Software Development with Bobby Davis Jr. Part 2

July 7th, 2020


“Do the first job for the money, and the second job for the passion” - Bobby Davis Jr. (@ctBobbyDavis)

Serial entrepreneur Bobby Davis Jr. started …

How to Break Into The Lucrative Field of Software Development with Bobby Davis Jr. Part 1

July 7th, 2020


“Do the first job for the money, and the second job for the passion” - Bobby Davis Jr. (@ctBobbyDavis)

Serial entrepreneur Bobby Davis Jr. started …

How To Connect With Someone in a Job Interview With Ana Marvales

June 29th, 2020


“When we go to talk about tough issues our first goal is to put the other person at ease if we want the conversation to go well” - Ana Marvales

Ana Marvales is the author of Creating A Drama Free Workplace, and …

Being Prepared To React To Life Changes With Meredith Stoddard

June 22nd, 2020


“At the end of the day there is no ‘ahead’ and ‘behind’ - everybody’s journey is so unique” - Meredith Stoddard 

Life Events Experience Lead, Meredith Stoddard, has been with Fidelity Investments for 16 years. The …

Why Working At A Startup May Be The Right Path For You With Steve Kahan

June 15th, 2020


“You’d be surprised at how many leaders you can engage with, directly ” Steve Kahan 

If you’re looking for a job in the startup world, look no farther than Steven Kahan. Steve is a serial entrepreneur and author who has …

Job Interviews: What To Prepare For And How To Prepare With Aggie Pulfer (H1)

June 8th, 2020


Aggie Pulfer (@YourCoach_ie) is an experienced career, life, and business coach with over 500 coaching hours in both individual and group settings. …

Becoming An Effective Leader With Scott Miller

June 1st, 2020


Scott Miller is the Executive Vice President of Thought Leadership at FranklinCovey, a consulting and training company that focuses on lasting …

How To Make Your Career Something To Be Proud Of With Carma Baughman

May 26th, 2020


Carma Baughman is a business, career, and life coach that helps ambitious people move forward. She’s led numerous workshops and seminars to help individuals do just that. A seasoned podcast guest in her own right, Carma …

Job Seeking Advice, Examples, and Intelligence With Ronan Kennedy

May 18th, 2020


“Your doubts and hesitations will affect your execution” - Ronan Kennedy (@KennedyRonan)

Ireland based Ronan Kennedy is a career coach who has worked with thousands of professionals at just about every level - from …

What The Pandemic Means For Freelancers With Bryan Miller and Mo Perry

May 13th, 2020


“It feels like stagnation, like our forward progress has been arrested, and the path we were on has been erased” - Mo Perry (@MoMoPerry) on the …

Why Looking At Your Past Can Help Navigate Your Future With Laura Garnett

May 11th, 2020


Laura Garnett, of Garnett Consulting, and author of The Genius Habit, started off in the corporate world, working at companies like Capital One, …

What The Workplace Will Look Like After COVID - 19 With Kelly Hensler

May 5th, 2020


Kelly Hensler is a design leader and workplace strategist at the global architecture firm BWBR in Madison, WI. She is an NCARB certified and …

Nissar Ahamed On What It Means To Have A Non Linear Career

April 21st, 2020


In order to get any job it’s experience and education, but one thing people miss is the initiative you can take- Nissar Ahamed

Nissar Ahamed owns and operates a website called, a site that aims “to be …

How Getting A Laugh Could Increase Your Sales With Jon Selig

April 13th, 2020


After getting his start in technology sales, Jon Selig thought he’d give stand up comedy a try. What evolved was a teacher/comedian who now trains …

Informational Interviews in professional networking

August 20th, 2019


"I say this respectfully, never forget this one thing" I wanted to title the episode with that quote when I heard it. It was direct and clear. We're …

Shapr is a personalized, mindful way of networking.

May 6th, 2019


Shapr believes that meeting new people is the best way to find inspiration & new opportunities. So they set out to make professional networking simple, efficient and enjoyable for everyone. In this episode, I …

Beeya Part 2 From intern to COO Kelsey Mackin

March 31st, 2019


We'd all like to short cut our careers. Advance faster than seems humanly possible. But how do we get those opportunities? In this part 2 episode, we talk with Kelsey who quickly took on more responsibility with Beeya … Founder Ladan Davia

March 10th, 2019


Guest Ladan Davia founded an online recruitment company. She shares some hard-earned wisdom for Job Seekers. Setting out to start a company is hard enough but Ladan also strives to change the recruiting industry. Edited …

12 Gutsy Girl Badass Boss Kate White

January 31st, 2019


Unemployment is at a 10 year low, It's time to bring up salary negotiations. In this episode, Kate White gives us the tips she learned from her …

11 Augmented Writing from Textio

November 26th, 2018


Allie hall is a linguist and data scientist for Textio. Employers use this tool to write better job descriptions and emails to candidates. You may …

10 Scott Anthony Barlow: Design Career Experiments

October 4th, 2018


Guest, Scott Anthony Barlow from Happen to Your Career podcast shares what his team calls designing career experiments. These low risk tests help you …

09 Scott Anthony Barlow: Never Settle

September 22nd, 2018


Guest, Scott Anthony Barlow from Happen to Your Career podcast shares his philosophy to prevent clients from settling on their next role. Of course, …

08 Alison Cardy-How to Cast the Clarity Spell

June 29th, 2018


Sorry, no magic in this episode, instead a highly structured thinker with a love for optimization determined the most effective, quickest path to career clarity through her work with hundreds of professionals. Host …

Hatem Hanoun: The 'No Experience' Abyss

April 23rd, 2018


Hatem Hanoun works for the #1 job site in Dubai and surrounding region. He shares with us his advice for the job hunt. Since that region is facing 20-30% unemployment for young people we focus on strategies for …

Purposeful Clashing: Resolve Dissonance in Job Interviews

January 12th, 2018


In the first episode of 2018, Guest Evangelia LeClaire and, Host, Justin Dux explore the concept of Dissonance. Holding two thoughts that seem …

Machines Reading Resumes: James Hu explains

September 30th, 2017


Machines reading resumes sounds like the beginning of a science fiction thriller but most of us job seekers know the truth. Applicant tracking systems (ATS) are a reality we all need to master in order to get resumes …

Lori Williams: Get Personal Less, Be Professional More

August 31st, 2017


Lori Williams has dual insights with a unique perspective as a recruiter and career coach. As a Recruiter, she has interviewed thousands of …

Piloting a Career Pivot like a Pro: Marc Miller

July 29th, 2017


Navigate a career change smoothly with realistic expectations and wisdom from someone who has changed careers several times. Marc Miller, Founder of, shares his insights into planning a career …

The Narrative Approach to Branding: With Lee Schneider

June 11th, 2017


Lee Schneider founded a branding agency and enjoys upgrading a job seeker's personal brand. Within each step of your career it is important to create discoverable media that influences your branding narrative. If you …

The Golden Resume

May 26th, 2017


In this first episode since Chris's farewell, The author of The Golden Resume, Brian Robben, offers his tips for a winning resume. The interview …

My Farewell Podcast

April 30th, 2017


Chris Russell announces he is leaving CareerCloud. A new owner is taking over. Hear his goodbye and what's in store for the site and this show.

Why losing your job is the best thing that can happen to you

April 17th, 2017


My guest today is author and career coach Stephanie Brown. Her new book is called Fired: why losing your job is the best thing that can happen to …

How to Become the Boss That Nobody Will Leave

March 18th, 2017


Scott Love shows managers how to be the boss nobody will leave.  With over 20 years of empirical research, he gives managers tactical ideas to lead in a way that increases employee retention, reduces turnover, and …

Make Sure Your Resume Passes its Screen Test

February 19th, 2017


Welcome to another career podcast my name is Chris Russell, founder of The site that offers most practical tips, tricks and tools …

Why job seekers need their own selling points

January 28th, 2017


Thea Kelley has more than 20 years' experience in coaching, career services, writing and editing, and holds several relevant certifications including …

How to Overcome Being Overqualified

January 16th, 2017

25:56 is the site that offers most practical tips, tricks and tools for today’s jobs search...if you want to become a modern job …

2017 Job Search Roundtable Discussion

January 2nd, 2017


Welcome to another career podcast my name is Chris Russell, founder of The site that offers most practical tips, tricks and tools …

Welcome to the 2017 Job Hunt

January 1st, 2017


I wanted to start off the new year with a quick update on what is happening on CareerCloud and what you can expect in the new year. But first it is the start of the job hunting season, time to dust off that resume and …

Sound Interview Advice

December 11th, 2016


Amie Thompson is the founder and lead coach at of Sound Interview Professionals. Which she started after receiving lots of requests for help with …

Jason Nazar from Comparably Talks Culture & Salaries

December 3rd, 2016


Jason Nazar is one of the most active tech entrepreneurs and investors in southern California, and is a popular contributor for Wall Street Journal, …

Hiring process and job search frustrations

November 6th, 2016


I recently attend the HR Summit in Bucks County, Pennsylvannia. One of the activities during the day was breaking up into groups to discuss how employers can improve the job search process. Listen in as we have a frank …

How To Market Yourself When You're Unemployed

October 31st, 2016


Today I’ll be speaking with Janna Kefalas….Janna is a Certified Professional Career Coach and former recruiter who helps frustrated job seekers find a job they love. She works one-on-one with clients, providing them job …

The Motivated Networker with Brian Howard

October 16th, 2016


Brian Howard is a Certified Career Management Coach, a Certified Job Search Strategist, a Certified Professional Resume Writer, and an actively practicing executive recruiter. He has helped thousands of job seekers over …

Recruiters Have Resume Bias

September 25th, 2016


Recruiter Pete Radloff joins to talk about mistakes that he looks for on resumes that will kill your chances of getting an interview. This is a MUST listen! Bio: Pete Radloff has 15 years of recruiting experience in …

How to prepare yourself for the job market

September 18th, 2016


Jeff Kavanaugh is a Managing Partner and also leads campus recruiting efforts at Infosys (one of the world’s largest IT consulting firms with over …

Personal Branding Tips with Robert Moment

September 12th, 2016


Robert Moment. Robert is an interview coach and author. He specializes in job interview coaching ideas, tips and strategies that help ambitious people get hired for jobs and make more money. He is the author of several …

Recruiter's Guide to Getting the Job

September 6th, 2016


Ben White has seven years’ experience in talent acquisition. In that time he has worked as a headhunter and a corporate recruiter for two fortune 500 companies. He also runs the website , a blog …

How to Job Search While at Work

August 13th, 2016


My guest today is Rachel Bitte….Rachel has been been rethinking the HR industry for ~20 years and is currently Chief People Officer at Jobvite, a recruiting platform firm powering companies such as LinkedIn, Glassdoor, …

Addressing Cultural Fit During Your Interview

August 1st, 2016


Increasingly, candidates need to have great storytelling skills to be the one to land the job. In the latest episode of CareerCloud radio we'll chat …

The World's Most Attractive Employers

July 8th, 2016


EACH YEAR, UNIVERSUM SURVEYS OVER ONE MILLION CAREER SEEKERS FROM 57 COUNTRIES, ASKING WHICH EMPLOYERS THEY HOLD IN HIGHEST REGARD. The rankings not only chart the fortunes of individual companies’ talent-attraction …

Keirsten Greggs Dishes Out Real Advice

June 30th, 2016


Keirsten Greggs is an experienced Talent Acquisition professional who has built a successful career implementing creative recruiting strategies for …

Job Search Roundtable - Part 2

June 13th, 2016


Hannah Morgan ( and Chris Fields ( are back for another great conversation about all things job search. In this jam packed episode we will discuss the acquisition of LinkedIn by …

Matt Lucas Founder of JobMonkey

June 9th, 2016


JobMonkey is a job board for "cool jobs" like at seasonal resorts, working on fishing boats and teaching english overseas. Matt Lucas started the …

Introducing our Career Tools Directory

May 29th, 2016


At long last our new directory for job boards and resume tools is now live at This new free resource contains links to over …

Fearless Salary Negotiation

May 7th, 2016


Josh Doody didn't negotiate his salary at his first few jobs, but soon began to realize he was leaving money on the table. Once He began negotiating and doubled his salary in three years. With the experience and …

Digital Marketing Careers with Seth Hymes

April 27th, 2016


Seth Hymes is a Digital Marketing and Video Professional with who has managed millions of dollars in online advertising. After …

Whats Up with the Gig Economy?

April 19th, 2016


At the recent TA Tech conference in Orlando We recorded a discussion in one of the break out sessions on what the gig economy is and what it means …

The 70-30 Job Hunt

April 2nd, 2016


Our guest today is Catherine Kaputa. Catherine is a former marketing executive turned author ...she believes that the most important application for branding is for individuals. That’s why she launched her company …

Ask the Headhunter - Nick Corcodilos

March 26th, 2016


In today’s show Chris Russell talks with one of the most thought provoking career professionals that you can read online today. His name is Nick Corcodilos and he is known mainly from his website Ask the …

Update on Changes

March 14th, 2016


Listen to whats changing on and also get a quick tip for career changers on this quick five munute podcast.

The Motivated Job Search with Brian Howard

March 3rd, 2016


A self-motivated job search puts you in control. Rather than being at the whim of posted job openings, you make things happen. Those are the words of …

Quick Tip for Maximizing Your Job Search

February 13th, 2016


Looking to make your online job search more efficient? Check out this quick tip from Chris Russell.

LinkedIn Basics with Bob McIntosh

February 6th, 2016


Bob McIntosh, CPRW, is a career trainer who leads more than 15 job search workshops at an urban career center in Lowell MASS Job seekers and staff look to him for advice on the job search. In addition, Bob has gained a …

Great Resumes and Good Advice

January 30th, 2016


Our guest today is the nationally recognized resume expert, Jessica Holbrook Hernandez . Jessica is President of Great Resumes Fast and a former …

Recruiting & Career Advice from Tim Sackett

January 17th, 2016


His name is Tim Sackett, he is the president of HRU Technical Resources, an engineering and IT staffing firm based in Michigan. He’s also a dad and, according to his blog, a backup point guard for his over 40 men’s …

How to Modernize Your Resume

January 4th, 2016


This show is all about practical and tactical job search advice and today we’ll talking with the authors of Modernize Your Resume: Get noticed...Get Hired Joining me via skype are Master Resume Writers Wendy Enelow and …

How to Handle Your Performance Review

December 22nd, 2015


In our last show of the year we talk with Adam Ochstein, CEO of StratEx Software on how he handle employee performance reviews and gives professionals tips on how to approach and prepare for them.

Resumes for Dummies with Laura Decarlo

December 8th, 2015


This show is all about practical and tactical job search advice and today we’ll talking with the author of Resumes for Dummies, Laura DeCarlo. Laura is a certified master resume writer and the founder of Career …

How to Appeal to Hiring Managers

November 24th, 2015


Donn Levie is a former hiring manager turned author and he stops by to tell us what hiring managers want. Listen to this informative audio to hear what will make you stand out in the eyes of a hiring manager.

Tips for job seekers with ADD

November 8th, 2015


Job seekers with ADD: Essentials for Managing the Search Process and Ensuring the Best Job Fit Lisa Noble is the founder of Career Connectors LLC. A graduate of the University of Virginia, she has 15 years of experience …

The New Process for Landing a Job

October 25th, 2015


There are a small number of career professionals that have stood the test of time and my guest today is certainly one of those. You may know the site but you my not know its founder, Susan Joyce. Susan has …

Q&A About Background Checks with GoodHire

October 18th, 2015


What’s new with background checks, because if you get a job offer, chances are you’ll have to pass some kind of screen, particularly in the corporate …

The Four P's of the Job Search

October 3rd, 2015


Ever hear of the 4 P's of marketing? Well listen as our founder unveils the four P's of the job search. Every job seeker needs a marketing mindset, this podcast help you get there.

Awesome Roundtable with Chris Fields and Hannah Morgan

September 8th, 2015


In this 3 person show we'll get an update on the job market, talk about stories in the news like the Amazon work culture controversy and robots …

Best of: Donna Sweidan's Linkedin Tips

August 29th, 2015


Originally aired April 2013, this interview with Career Folk's Donna Sweidan will give you some great tips and tricks for maximizing your use of …

Archives: Jennifer Scott on the Social Media Job Hunt

August 22nd, 2015


From our archives this was episode #4 originally published in early 2013. Jennifer Scott from Hire Effect & Workforce Engine talks about social media and your job search. Learn how to leverage social media for your …

Archives: The Most Connected Woman on Linkedin

August 8th, 2015


Check out this past interview with Stacy Zapar on how she became one of the most prolific connectors of Linkedin. (from 2 years ago)

Why Good Sales People Are Hard to Find

July 19th, 2015


We chat with Will Thomson who recruits sales people at Bulls Eye Recruiting. Learn about how to spot good sales people, and get some great job …

My Name is Job Seeker!

July 5th, 2015


Just a quick pocdast with a few important job headlines and a special meme created by Chris Russell where he acts out a job seeker related version of one of his favorite movie scenes.

How to know if the company culture is right for you

June 28th, 2015


Tom Gimbel from Lasalle Network, a Chicago based recruiting firm stops by to give his advice on how job seekers should uncover if a potential …

Jim Stroud's Number One Job Hunting Book

June 14th, 2015


When todays guest was writing his new book, he says he kept asking himself, “Is this idea worth a jobseeker’s time and effort? Will these tips inspire someone who has been out of work for a long period of time? He …

Quick Tip: 7 Warning Signs of a Bad Employer

June 7th, 2015


Thinking about joining a new company? Listen to these warning signs to make sure its a good place to work. (5 min)

Don't Quit Your Job on a Whim

May 31st, 2015


Letting your emotions dictate when you quit is usually a bad idea. In this quick podcast you'll hear why you shouldn't quit without having another …

Every Grad Needs a Job Search Plan

May 10th, 2015


Dustin Pearce runs Its his way of helping other college grads find a job. In this episode he'll share his story and give tips and …

Real Tips for Acing an Interview

April 26th, 2015


Tom Gimbel is the CEO of LaSalle Network, a leading staffing and recruiting firm headquartered in Chicago. He’s a nationally recognized job search expert with over two decades of experience in the staffing industry. …

10 Ways You Know Your Resume is Bad

April 20th, 2015


Resume Writer Chris Fields stops by to give the audio version of his recent blog post on CareerCloud called "10 Ways You Know Your Resume is Bad". Stay tuned to the end for some addition tips on working with resume …

7 Reasons You Have 0 Results in Your Jobhunt

April 5th, 2015


Lisa Rangel, is a Certified Professional Resume Writer, Official LinkedIn Group Moderator and the owner of As a recruitment professional for over 13 years, she has held management and recruiter …

I found my job on Craigslist

March 15th, 2015


In the latest episode of How I Got My Job we chat with Sheila Rodriguez about how she landed her job as a Digital Marketer for a company in Connecticut. She actually found it on Craiglslist and details the steps she …

Ending the Resume Black Hole

March 1st, 2015


Most job seekers know about the resume black hole, that deep dark place where your resume gets sucked in, never to be heard from again. On today's …

How I Got My Job as Ecommerce Manager

February 15th, 2015


Patrick Garmoe says he went a few years ago from having to beg for a job at Barnes & Noble for the Christmas season working for minimum wage, to …

How To Pass the Phone Interview

February 1st, 2015


Peggy McKee is an expert resource and a dedicated advocate for job seekers. Known as the Sales Recruiter from Career Confidential, her years of experience as a nationally-known recruiter for sales and marketing jobs …

How I Got My Job in Marketing

January 18th, 2015


Rebecca Mersiowsky is a Marketing Associate for CoPatient in Boston Massachusetts. Today as part of our How I Got My Job series, she tells us how she got her job in marketing for a healthcare startup. Learn from an …

Storytelling for Job Seekers

January 4th, 2015


Career Coach Daisy Wright joins us to discuss her latest book. She'll give us some practical tips for how job seekers can craft a better story and stand out in the job search process.

7 Great Job Sites for Veterans

December 24th, 2014


In this special episode you'll learn the seven best job sites for veterans. Get your civilian career in gear with this short, timely podcast exclusively for military veterans. Thanks for ALL you do!

2014 Job Search Wrapup

December 14th, 2014


In the last episode of the year Chris Russell is joined by Hannah Morgan and they'll take you through all the important events and trends that shaped the 2014 job market. Get ready for the next job hunting season with …

How to Brag About Yourself Without Feeling Sleazy

November 30th, 2014


Think your'e bragging too much or too little in your job search? This podcast will help you figure out what the right balance is.

Reverse Engineer Your Job Search

November 15th, 2014


As a career stylist, Kelly Studer has helped professionals leave their ill-fitting work lives behind. Her philosophy is: If you want to get out of a career rut, you need to dive into the core of what you want to do and …

The Infographic Resume - Hannah Morgan

November 1st, 2014


Hannah Morgan discusses her new book, The Infographic Resume. In this 25 minute podcast we'll look at the visual trends shaping the resume market. Today's job seeker needs to stand out and by crafting a visually …

Video Interviewing Tips

October 14th, 2014


It’s becoming more and more common for companies to conduct video interviews with candidates. Often, these interviews are done over Skype or by using a real video interviewing service from companies such as Hirevue. A …

All about Background Checks

October 3rd, 2014


My guest today is Nick Fishman. Nick co-founded EmployeeScreenIQ in 1999 and serves as the company's Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President. He oversees all of EmployeeScreenIQ's marketing activities and …

Job search from a distance with Roy Cohen

September 14th, 2014


We are continuing our series on relocating for a job so I decided a second episode on the topic would be a good idea and Roy Cohen a NYC based …

Nina Parr Discusses Job Search Relocation

September 2nd, 2014


Nina Parr, is a dormer recruiter and the co-founder of The Love Your Job Project to teach frustrated millennials how to find jobs they really want by sharing recruiting industry secrets, skills and strategies. She joins …

Top 15 National Job Sites

August 23rd, 2014


You're probably only using a few national job sites in your job search but there are actually a much greater of sites you should be checking in order …

Awesome Interview Tips

July 19th, 2014


With Ericka Spradley from My Net Level. She breaks down the interview basics, talks about the behavioral interview and much more in this informative episode of CCR.

10 Status Update Ideas for Linkedin

July 8th, 2014


Hannah Morgan is known as the CareerSherpa, she is a Job Search, Career and Social Media Strategist and has been a guest on this show several times over the years so lets give her a nice welcome back as she give you ten …

4 Big Changes on Linkedin

June 21st, 2014


Linkedin is evolving before our very eyes. Listen to the newest changes happening on the business social network that everyone needs to know about, …

Special Announcement

June 15th, 2014


Listen to this 5 minute episode to hear about CareerCloud's latest job search tool for both job seekers and employers. Hear about it for the first …

How to network with social media

June 1st, 2014


Mike Fishbein is the founder of Startup College and the author of How To Build an Awesome Professional Network. Today he talks about various ways to …

A Recruiter Rants

May 18th, 2014


From our archives in 2011, Maureen Mackey, veteran recruiter tells it like it is - why you arent getting a job.

How to handle tough resume problems

April 26th, 2014


Why do all resumes look the same? What if I'm a mom returning to the workplace? How far back should your resume go? These are just some of the …

Go on a Resume Crusade with Chris Fields

April 13th, 2014


Chris Fields is an HR consultant and resume writer for You may have seen his work on Mashable, Monster and I've come to …

Job search advice for young adults & grads

March 23rd, 2014


Beth Campbell Duke, a youth career educator, joins us for a conversation about how young adults and new grads should be identifying their skills and …

Interview with a Master Resume Writer

March 8th, 2014


From our archives here's a lost interview with Louise Kursmark, a certified master resume writer. She talks about making your resume more focused and also some tips for baby boomers.

Whats New with

February 16th, 2014


Got 5 minutes? Listen to the latest product updates happening on CareerCloud and stay tuned at the end for a secret project? Hmmm sounds interesting!

This $5 Resume Got Her Hired

February 3rd, 2014


Karyn Glubis used a creative resume to get hired. And it only costed her 5 bucks! In this episode of How I Got My Job we'll get the scoop on how she got the job and get her advice for other job seekers.

How I Got My Job - Simone Sterling

January 19th, 2014


In today's edition of How I Got My Job we profile Simone Sterling, a NYC based Sr Project Manager for a legal technology firm. Her job success came …

How I Use Social Media to Hire

January 6th, 2014


Kathleen Teixera is Social Recruiting Speaker Engagement Manager @BoostAgents.a company which is a recruitment provider to the Creative, Digital, Marketing & Communications industries in Canada.

I Got Hired Through Twitter!

December 16th, 2013


Lauren Pedigo is a Marketing Associate at Kinvey in Boston. But she didnt get that job by browsing job boards all day. Instead she made twitter her …

Career Coach Diana Chan

December 1st, 2013


Diana YK Chan is a Recruiter, Trainer, Career Coach, and Speaker who has scanned over 10,000 resumes, conducted thousands of interviews, and recruited talent into top organizations like Google and the Ivey Business …

Defining Hidden Jobs

November 17th, 2013


Listen to a couple definitions about the phrase 'hidden jobs' and get a preview of CareerCloud's new Hidden Jobs App located at

How I Got My Job: Gale Martin

November 3rd, 2013


Gale Martin of Harcum College talks bout she got her most recent job. This time she happened to subscribe to an old fashioned list serve where she …

The Future of the Resume

October 22nd, 2013


What does the future hold for the traditional resume. Will we still be using it the same way in 5-10 years. Listen as our CEO gives his take on this …

How I Got My Job: Matt DeMargel

October 13th, 2013


Matt DeMargel spent 14 years working in marketing for minor league baseball when he decided it was time for a change. Listen as he upped his job search game to get the job he wanted off a craigslist ad. Its a great …

The Cold Pitch Jobseeker Email

October 2nd, 2013


Getting the attention of the hiring manager at a company is no easy task. Here's how one creative job seeker used a well written email to do just that.

How I Got My Job: Hope Barrett

September 16th, 2013


Hope Barrett got a job by putting her resume on Dice and being found by a recruiter. Listen as she shares her advice and tips on how she became a …

Promoting Yourself with Dan Schwabel

September 8th, 2013


Dan Schawbel is the Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm. He is the author of 2 books on personal …

The Most Connected Woman on Linkedin

August 25th, 2013


Stacy Zapar is in the top 10 most connected people on Linkedin. Hear how she did it in this podcast. She'll also answer questions like: How should a …

How I Got My Job: David Krantz

July 22nd, 2013


We asked David Krantz, a Mechanical Engineer how he got his new job after being layed off. It took about four months but after some networking it really paid off. Listen around minute 12 to hear a great interview …

How I Got My Job: Akilah Charlemagne

July 15th, 2013


New series! Lets talk to job seekers who have had success landing a job and learn from their mistakes and advice. Today we'll chat with Akilah …

How My Linkedin Ad led to an Internship

July 8th, 2013


Ever hear of a reverse job posting? Well Nicollette Weinbaum a freshman at the University of Villanova made one and landed an internship with it. …

Cold Calling: a Recruiters Perspective

June 10th, 2013


If you have ever been cold called or have to cold call as part of your job check out this audio. In it, Georges Janin, a startup headhunter in New …

More Awesome Linkedin Advice

May 19th, 2013


Linkedin trainer and evangelist Marc Halpert stopped by our offices to dish out some his advice on the popular business networking site. He has some …

The Web is Your Resume

April 30th, 2013


What happens when you make people apply to a job with a twitter hashtag? Vala Afshar, CMO of Enterasys Networks in Boston, Mass did just that and found the right person for free in just a matter of weeks. Is this the …

Recent Grads and their Job Search

April 14th, 2013


A Career Services Director from Laurus College in California talks about how grads should be preparing themselves for their upcoming job hunt.

Linkedin and Your Job Search

April 8th, 2013


Master Career Counselor Donna Sweidan from CareerFolk joins us to talk about some of the recent changes happening on Linkedin and what that means for …

Facebook and Your Job Search

April 1st, 2013


Job search is changing. In this short podcast you'll learn what you need to do in order to maximize your Facebook page in order to be found by recruiters. (5 mins)

How a recruiter uses Twitter to source talent

March 25th, 2013


Listen to Regina Angeles from Talent2050 as she explains how she uses twitter to identify candidates to hire. (13 mins)

Announce Yourself on Twitter and Get Hired

March 18th, 2013


A blogger on twitter announced he was available for hire. Will Staney saw the tweet within 45 minutes and he was immediately booked for an interview and got the job. How's that for job hunting success! (5 min)

Hired via Twitter: social recruiting success story

March 11th, 2013


This is the story of how Twitter played a vital role in the hiring of a Content Specialist for Cleveland based Swagelok. Listen as recruiter Tammy …

Why I Never Post Jobs

March 4th, 2013


The CEO of Laddering Works in Marietta Georgia never posts jobs, he just tells candidates to stalk him on social media. Listen as we talk about his unique social recruiting style. Note: Skype caused some distortion in … Can Help You Find Career Events

February 18th, 2013


Maximize your networking opportunities with a new event search engine tool. Search for things like 'career' events in your town.

Social Recruiting at GEICO

February 12th, 2013


We chat with Shannon Smedstad the HR Social Media Manager at GEICO. Recorded at the NACE Social Media Mashup in Philadelphia.

Jennifer Scott and the Social Media Job Search

February 4th, 2013


Job search and recruitment expert Jennifer Scott talks to us about social media and your job search. She is a frequent guest and one of our favorite career coaches to speak with.(approx 30 mins)

Jim Stroud Interview

January 21st, 2013


We talked to Jim Stroud from about all kinds of social media job search tips from Linkedin to Google Plus. Learn more about him at

Discover Hidden Job Leads

January 7th, 2013


Learn how to find hidden job leads on google news and get the inside scoop on our new Hidden Jobs App.

The New Job Search

January 1st, 2013


In the first episode of the new show we define what the new job search is all about. Leveraging social media to make yourself stand out and be found.

Introducing CareerCloud Radio

October 13th, 2012


This podcast is switching gears and will now be known as CareerCloud Radio. New episodes will focus on the social recruiting landscape and helping job seekers leverage sites like Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook for job …

Linkedin Pet Peeves from Career Sherpa

March 12th, 2012


Hannah Morgan, AKA Career Sherpa dishes the dirt on some Linkedin pet peeves for job seekers.

Inside the Hiring Process

February 17th, 2012


The Schegg Group's Mary Anne Calabrese joins Chris to detail what happens inside the hiring process. Learn new tips that may get you hired!

Passionate about the Hidden Job Market

January 2nd, 2012


Career Coach Mary Elizabeth Bradford stops by to tell us why job seekers need to tap the hidden job market. Start the 2012 job hunting season, download this podcast today!

Multiple Ways to Find a Job

December 10th, 2011


Listen as Chris details various ways, some creative, some not to find a job.

My Jobtalk interview

November 7th, 2011


I was interviewed by a radio show called JobTalk a while back and wanted to play it for you. I talk about SOTJH and how I got started as well as some good career advice.

Whats happening to the job market?

October 7th, 2011


An explanation for what's really happening to our economy and its effect on the job market.

Recruiter Rants: Why You Aren't Getting Hired

September 6th, 2011


Listen as a veteran recruiter rants about today's job seekers and what they are doing wrong. Its a must listen. Maureen Mackey is Principal/Co-Founder of Mackey & Guasco Staffing Associates of Southport, CT

Career Expert Don Goodman

August 22nd, 2011


Career expert & resume writer joins me for a conversation on all things job hunting.

One Search SOME Jobs

July 5th, 2011


The big job search engines claim to be comprehensive but that's not necessarily so. Listen as Chris details what this means for job seekers and how to maximize your job search.

Value Propositions for Today’s Job Market

June 6th, 2011


Linda Van Valkenburgh, MS, CCMC, CJSS - Owner of My Executive Career Coach, LLC - “Value Propositions for Today’s Focused Job Market” On twitter @LinVanVal

Beyond the Profile: Jennifer Scott

May 22nd, 2011


Jennifer Scott - Owner of HireEffect, LLC - “Beyond the Profile - The Job Search / Corporate Marketing Connection”. Recorded from the recent Career Planning on a Napkin conference. Find her on twitter @hireeffect

Social Networking for Career Success

April 27th, 2011


A conversation with career coach turned author Miriam Salpeter on her new book for job hunting with social media. Tune in now and turn on your career (14 min)

BEST OF: Resume Writing Trends

April 4th, 2011


Wendy Enelow is one of the top leaders in the careers industry. She's authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career …

Cover Letter Tips

March 16th, 2011


Enjoy these 3 tips from experts about how to craft your cover letters.

Hidden Jobs App

February 28th, 2011


Want to discover hidden jobs in all 50 states? Learn about the new Hidden Jobs App at - iPhone/iPad

BEST OF: Guerrilla Job Hunting Secrets

February 7th, 2011


In one of my most ever downloaded podcasts, this interview with Kevin Donlin & David Perry will teach you some awesome job search tactics.

Keywords and Resumes

January 6th, 2011


Career expert Jennifer Scott discusses adding keywords to resumes and other secrets of recruiters.

Tips for Avoiding the Resume Blackhole

December 6th, 2010


Some experts give their advice on how to avoid the dreaded resume black hole.

My Biggest Jobseeker Pet Peeve

November 8th, 2010


There is something really bugging me about a certain job seeker behavior. Learn what it is in this short podcast tip.

Exploring a Candidate Bill of Rights

October 25th, 2010


From the recent Recuitfest event in Boston, here is a heated discussion around whether employers should offer a bill of rights for candidates …

Overcoming the experience obstacle

October 11th, 2010


Q&A from a recent green careers panel with a couple of career experts. They answer the question about how to get a green job without experience.

Something You Should Know About Job Aggregators

September 7th, 2010


Job search engines are a great but they may not be as inclusive as you think.

Tips for addressing your cover letter

August 30th, 2010


How do you address that cover letter? find out in this 2 minute podcast

The Brazen Careerist

August 9th, 2010


Guest Podcast: Peter Clayton interviews the always entertaining Penelope Trunk.

Functional vs Chronological Resumes

July 19th, 2010


Check out this guest audio on a popular resume topic: functional or chronological?

Jobs Forum Part 2

June 28th, 2010


Part 2 of the jobs forum. Q&A from the audience and more job search advice.

Jobs Forum Part 1

June 14th, 2010


Listen to a panel of job experts talk about about the current state of the job market and give advice.

Big Careers in the Big City

June 1st, 2010


Author Vicki Salemi talks about finding work & living in NY City.

Job search library talk

May 10th, 2010


Chris delivers a job search talk to a few dozen participants at a local library.

Over 45 Job Search Advice

April 26th, 2010


Guest Podcast: Peter Clayton interviews coach Rita Ashley on How to Overcome the Grey Ceiling in Your Job Search if you are over 45.

Tips from an HR Manager

April 12th, 2010


A quick lesson from a true HR manager reveals her tips and tactics for job hunting...and what she looks for from a candidate.

The Twitter Job Search Guide

March 28th, 2010


Interview with Co-authors Deb Dib, Chandlee Bryan, Susan Whitcomb

How I got a renewable energy job

March 15th, 2010


Listen as Chris Williams discusses how he went out and got himself his dream green job.


March 10th, 2010


Hear the details of this new green job search engine.

Trends in Resume Writing

February 14th, 2010


Wendy Enelow is one of the top leaders in the careers industry. She's authored 20+ resume, cover letter and job search books; runs a careers think-tank disseminating best practices and trends in resumes, career …

How to Cold Call Employers

February 1st, 2010


Debra Feldman, the Job Whiz discusses the effects and strategies of cold calling to find your next job.

7 job search strategies from Chandlee Bryan

January 16th, 2010


Author and coach Chandlee Bryan discusses one of her recent blog posts with 7 ideas for finding a job.

Lets Talk Green Jobs

January 3rd, 2010


Mark Gragg from GreenManAlliance stops by to talk about the green job market.

Linkedin tips for the Unemployed

December 19th, 2009


Various experts sound off on how to use Linkedin if unemployed.

Recruiter-Blogger Career Advice

November 28th, 2009


From My 2006 archives here's a quick interview with recruiter/blogger Tiffany Bridge with some good career advice for seekers.

Case Studies in Guerilla Job Hunting

November 14th, 2009


The authors of "Guerrilla Marketing for Job-Hunters 2.0" Kevin Donlin and David Perry are back with 3 case studies in guerrilla job hunting.

Going from Military-to-Civilian

November 7th, 2009


Janet Farley, Author of Military-to-Civilian Career Transition Guide

Jobs with the Most Growth

November 2nd, 2009


A look at the top 10 jobs with best growth prospects for the next decade.

Sideways Career Moves

October 25th, 2009


Given the slim pickins for a move UP –I've become expert in how to repackage and repurpose skills to move sideways. Pat Palleschi, is a Ph.D. and founding partner at the Executive Agency a coaching a placement firm in …

Changing careers for the 55 and older crowd

October 18th, 2009


According to Betsy Richards, Director of Career Development at Kaplan University, the 55+ crowd has a lot to offer in terms of competency and experience, and we’re likely to see more of them in the workforce in the …

Do creative job search tactics really work?

October 5th, 2009


Creative job search tactics get a lot of press. Do they work? Some do, some don't. Find out more by listening.

Phone interview tips

September 28th, 2009


Four career experts called in with their advice for succeeding with a phone interview.

The New Job Search

September 20th, 2009


Molly Wendell is the author of the definitive book on job networking: “The New Job Search: Break all the rules. Get connected. And get hired faster …

Is a career coach right for you?

September 7th, 2009


Job search tactical coach Mary Elizabeth Bradford talks about the need, or not for a career coach.

Creative Ways To Get the Interview

August 31st, 2009


Coach Mike Ramer is here to discuss creative ways to get the interview and share some unique success stories.

Guerrilla job search tactics

August 25th, 2009


Author's Kevin Donlin and David Perry give out their tactics and tricks for guerrilla-style job hunting.

Upcoming episodes and announcement

August 17th, 2009


A look at whats coming up in the podcast.

Resume Pet Peeves

August 9th, 2009


3 career experts called in recently with their resume pet peeves. Learn good resume habits by not following these examples.

Get the job you want even when no one's hiring

August 3rd, 2009


Ford Myers has worked at america’s largest condulting companies and is president of Career Potential LLC, a career consulting and executive coaching …

Laid off? What to do next

July 25th, 2009


Author/coach Mike Curtis joins us for advice on what to do after youve been laid off, expecially if you are rethinking your career change.

Job Hunters: Not for Sale

July 18th, 2009


Author Cathy Keates talks about the harmful impacts of “selling yourself” for a job.

Free biz cards and advice for recent grads

July 12th, 2009


Shannon Larsen, Campus Recruiter for Vistaprint stops by to offer some advice for recent grads.

Advice for College Grads with Betsy Richards

July 6th, 2009


Kaplan University's Director of Career Services Betsy Richards offers some strategies for todays college grad when it comes to job hunting.

Glassdoor's Employment Expert

June 29th, 2009


Rusty Reuff is's job search expert. he is a former HR exec with lots of great advice.

Job Search Roundup June 2009

June 24th, 2009


Job search news you can use: the rise of job postings, unusual tactic survey,, Tweetlancers, new job seeker blog services, New service …

Conversation with AT&T Talent Attraction

June 21st, 2009


At the recent Social Recruiting conference in Mountain View, CA I had a chance to meet an old colleague/client for the first time in person. Follow …

LinkedIn for Job Search, Part 2

June 13th, 2009


Laura Labovich, Certified Career Coach from joins us for the 2nd part of our discussion on using LinkedIn for job hunting.

How to connect instantly with anyone

June 7th, 2009


Face to face networking is key to your career. Listen as author Leil Lowndes discusses tips to make your relationships stick.

LinkedIn for Job Search, Part 1

May 31st, 2009


Career Coach Laura Labovich joins us to give a basic tutorial on how to use LinkedIn for 1st time job seekers.

Job Search Roundup May 2009

May 25th, 2009


In the news this month: WiHire, Inside Job Facebook App, Tweetmyjobs, ResuneBear,, Mindopia, Survey of recruitment advertising effectiveness.

CMA 2009: Jason Alba's Linkedin Tips

May 14th, 2009


Our pal Jason Alba stops by and gives us a few Linkedin tips including how build up your network and how to use the status update field.

CMA 2009: Career Coach Group Chat

May 13th, 2009


Listen to 4 resume writers/career coaches talk about all things career. Featuring Donna Sweidan, Wendy Enelow, Louise Kursmark and Carmen Croonquist.

CMA 2009: Peter Weddle interview

May 12th, 2009


Fresh off his keynote to the CMA audience Peter Weddle talks about todays job market.

CMA 2009: Why you need a career coach

May 12th, 2009


We interview Liz Sumner Director of the Career Management Alliance conference for career coaches/resume writers about the show and why you need a coach.

Chandlee Bryan's Adventures in Social Media

May 12th, 2009


Chandlee Bryan, author of Best Fit Forward, recently gave her presentation on social media to the Career Management Alliance conference in San Antonio. She talks about using Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook.

More Advice for Older Job Seekers

May 10th, 2009


Experts call into the comment line with advice for older job seekers. Martin Yates also chimes in.

Jobseekers speak out at LaidOffCampNY

May 7th, 2009


At LaidOffCampNY I spoke to a couple of job seekers and got their perspectives on the job hunt.

Hacking the Job Search panel from LaidOffCampNY

May 2nd, 2009


The kickoff event for LaidOffCampNY was this panel featuring 3 job search experts. Its called 'hacking the job search'. Enjoy the advice.

Tips for attending career fairs

April 27th, 2009


Sherry Mirshahi from stops by to give tips and tactics for attending career fairs.

Advice for older job seekers

April 24th, 2009


We asked people to call in with their tips on how older job seekers can leverage themselves in this tough job market.

Ensuring Job Security

April 19th, 2009


Cy Wakeman, national HR expert and blogger stops by to tell us how to ensure job security, warning signs and advice on how to add value to your company.

How to avoid work at home scams

April 12th, 2009


Debra Wheatman, professional resume writer joins us for her 2nd appearance and gives tips and advice for finding legitimate work at home jobs and avoiding the bad ones.

How to fight the unemployment blues

April 4th, 2009


Erin Kennedy a resume writer in Michigan gives us some advice for how to handle the stress of finding yourself unemployed. Her website is

Advice for 1st time job seekers

March 28th, 2009


Kathy Simmons CEO of executive job site NETSHARE stops by to talk about how 1st time job seekers should handle this job market.

How to transition out of financial services industry

March 23rd, 2009


Debra Wheatman from discusses tips for financial pros who want to transition out of that industry into another.

My Husband Needs a Job

March 16th, 2009


Michael Stearn's wife Robin created a website for him and got on CNN 3 days later. Talk about free press!

Do's and Donts for Social Network Profiles

March 12th, 2009


Nikki Fielding from stops by to give some guidance on crafting your Facebook & LinkedIn profiles for job seekers.

Women@Work with Kathryn Sollmann

March 8th, 2009


Career advice for women with the co-founder of the Women@Work Network, Kathryn Sollmann.

Resumes that pack a punch

March 3rd, 2009


David Noble discusses tips and tricks to get your resume in shape. He is author of "Gallery of Best Resumes for People Without a Four-Year Degree"

Explaining gaps on your resume

February 27th, 2009


Listen to several career experts as they detail how to explain gaps in your employment.

Resume quandaries with Marc Estrella

February 25th, 2009


Career expert Marc Estrella volunteers his advice for resume quandaries such as moms returning to workforce, older workers, add value and more.

JobAngels for Jobseekers

February 18th, 2009


Mark Stelzner of stops by to discuss this new 'movement' and talks about how the unemployed can use JobAngels to pay it forward and find a job.

10 tips to great interview conversation

February 12th, 2009


Former recruiter turned hiring expert and CEO of, Rick Probstein, points out 10 ways to a Great onversation/Interview that every job …

Recession busting job search tactics

February 8th, 2009


Mary Elizabeth Bradford, career coach from Texas stops by to discuss some targeted tactics for job hunters. Learn how to create your value …

The Obama Jobs Effect

February 4th, 2009


Which jobs will President's Obama's stimulus package create? Laurence Shatkin, author of 'Great Jobs in the President's Stimulus Plan' will discuss …

Long live the Intern Queen

January 25th, 2009


Lauren Berger held 15 internships in 4 years of college. Thats why they call her the "InternQueen" and she is my guest on this edition of the …

Reinventing Your Career - Randi Bussin

January 19th, 2009


Are you thinking about reinventing your career in 2009. Career Coach Randi Bussin stops by to dish out her advice about the steps you need to take to …

VisualCV throws an online job fair

January 16th, 2009


VisualCV, the online resume tool is hosting an online job fair on February 3rd from 10am-3pm. Katrina Kibben stops by to talk about the service and …

Jobserf: outsource your job search

January 12th, 2009


Jay Martin founder of stops by to discuss his company's job search outsourcing product. You pay them, they search for jobs for you via outsourcing the task to India.

How to explain getting fired/laid-off

January 9th, 2009


Ever wondered how to explain getting laid off or fired to potential employers? Listen as we survey several professionals on that very question.

Underneath the Hidden Job Market

January 8th, 2009


Career Coach Mary Elizabeth Bradford stops by to tell exactly how to look underneath the hidden job market to boost your chances of getting hired. She'll define the hidden job market and reveal 4 key tips. Stay tuned at …

Job Search Roundup #31

January 4th, 2009


Job search news you can use. This month: trends in the job market, new sites such as ivioo and jobbite, where to find renewable energy jobs, and much more.

Cool careers from

January 1st, 2009


Ever wondered how to get a job at ski resorts or a national park? Kari Quass of stops by to tell us how. CoolWorks is a job board that …

Team approach to career success

December 28th, 2008


Todd Rhoad, the creator of the "Blitz Approach" to getting ahead in your career joins us to discuss why you need a team of people in your inner circle to succeed.

Resume expert answers common questions

December 22nd, 2008


1 - Why isn't my resume generating results? 2 - What if I don't have a degree? 3 - Why should my online presence matter? 4 - What should I do about …

Tips for attending Virtual Job Fairs

December 15th, 2008


Have you ever wondered what a virtual job fair is like? We'll find out with Brent Arslaner, VP of Mktg for Unisfair. He'll tell us what this online event is like and give out tips for job seekers to shine.

Using Twitter to job hunt

December 6th, 2008


Did you realize you can use twitter to find jobs? Yep, its true. Miriam Salpeter of Keppie Careers stops by to tell us exactly what to do to improve your job search chances via this new micro blogging phenomena.

Job Search Roundup #30

December 3rd, 2008


In the last roundup for 2008 learn about a new internship site, new filters from SimplyHired, the outlook for college grads in 2009 and some …

How to find a job fast!

November 25th, 2008


Cheryl Palmer, an Executive Career Coach and Resume Writer from Washington DC stops by to tell us her favorite ways of speeding up your job search. Listen for a innovative networking tip also!

Your Dream Job Game Plan - Molly Fletcher

November 20th, 2008


Female sports agent Molly Fletcher stops by to discuss her new book "Your Dream Job Game Plan, 5 tools for becoming your own career agent". She also …

All about healthcare careers

November 16th, 2008


Andrea Santiago,'s guide to healthcare careers stops by to talk about the state of the healthcare job market. She'll tell you how to transition into healthcare as well as tips for finding the job right for you.

Interview: Margaret Dikel of Riley Guide

November 10th, 2008


The Riley Guide is one of the internet's best guides to finding career related information. We talk with the founder, Margaret Riley-Dikel about how it all started.

October Job Search Roundup

October 29th, 2008


Job cuts are all the rage but one exec has a different answer. Monster announces its new launch date. SimplyHired is in the news. New sites such as Jobcogs, iresume and StrongResume and more!

150 Best Recession Proof Jobs

October 22nd, 2008


Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D. is the author of "150 Best Recession Proof Jobs" and he stops by to talk about the book and gives us his top 10 breakdown of the jobs to have during a recession.

My Interview on WJJG

October 2nd, 2008


I was recently interviewed by Connor and Joy on Chicago radio station WJJG 1530 about all things job hunting.

Blogging for Jobs - From fan to pro sports blogger

August 25th, 2008


Matt Terl is the new blogger for the Washington Redskins. Learn how he went from fan to his dream job of professional sports blogger covering his favorite team. In this candid interview he'll also tell us what skills …

Job search roundup - July/Aug

August 18th, 2008


Jobmarket forecast, latest trend in online job boards, job board news, update, Razume relaunches, College kids prefer 'green' companies. …

Success for Hire with Alexandra Levit

August 7th, 2008


Looking for a primer on recruitment and retention for new managers? Alexandra stops by to offer some hiring & interviewing tips for new managers and entrepreneurs. Her new book is called "Success for Hire"

Thad Greer: Real World Job Hunting Advice

July 16th, 2008


Executive Recruiter Thad Greer stops by to talk about his new book "The Executive Rules". We'll discuss his experience working at CareerBuilder, the …

June Job Search Roundup

June 30th, 2008


CareerBuilder on the iPhone, Best Small&Medium Employers, Job Seekers hate the recruiting process, insider referral network, Notchup news, Monster and Hotjobs news & more

May Job search roundup

June 2nd, 2008


A recap of the sites and technology making news in the online job hunting world.

Interview chatter with Darlene McDaniel

May 27th, 2008


Preparing for and succeeding in the job interview. A candid interview with an expert in the interview process. Here Darlene discuss tough interview questions, how to create a game plan and advice for every job seeker. …

How to ace the interview after college

May 19th, 2008


Sylvia Landy just wrote, Ditch the Flip-flops: Ace Your Interview Fresh Out of College and she stops by to give young grads some special advice for …

How do you scrore a dream gig?

April 29th, 2008


Well, thats the question Alexandra Levit aims to answer in her new book, "How'd You Score That Gig?: A Guide to the Coolest Careers and How to Get …

April Job Search Roundup

April 28th, 2008


In the news this month: Top 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill. News from Indeed, Monster and Snagajob. More turmoil at Monster. 2008 job forecast for college …

How to follow up after the interview

April 7th, 2008


Listen as Greg Lach, a veteran career coach, discusses the do's and dont's of following up after the interview.

March Job search roundup

March 31st, 2008


Latest news from the job search world. Hear about HotJobs, LinkedIn, SimplyHired, How to Get Yourself Fired, job market slowdown and more.

Brian Kurth: Vocation Vacations

March 13th, 2008


Listen as Brian Kurth describes his new book, Test Drive Your Dream Job. Brian is the founder of Vocation Vacations.

February Job Search Roundup

February 28th, 2008


A monthly recap of whats happened in the job search world from the past 4 weeks. Learn about new job boards, acquisitions, the job market and who are the best companies to work for? With co-host Jason Alba of …

Interview with founder Sam Blum

February 21st, 2008


Sam Blum is the CEO and co-founder of the new resume review community, The new startup is aiming for big things as you'll find out in this interview.

Interview with Career Coach Phil Rosenberg

February 6th, 2008


Chicago career coach & resume writer Phil Rosenberg stops by and talks about ugly truths about the job market and reveals why resumes don't get read. (7 min)

Job search roundup #22

January 27th, 2008


In this 15 minute podcast Chris Russell introduces his new co-host and discusses the job search news from the past few weeks including significant news from Monster. Hotjobs and CB.

Jim Stroud's job search advice from a recruiters perspective

January 23rd, 2008


Jim Stroud is a recruiting consultant/blogger for online recruitment. He recently launched a blog for job seekers and I asked him a few career advice …

Resume writing tips from Katy Piotrowski

January 11th, 2008


Resume writer Katy Piotrowski swings by and drops off some resume tips and tricks from her soon to be published book, The Career Coward's Guide to Resumes

Top 10 job hunting stories of 2007

December 20th, 2007


In this 7 minute podcast I break down my top 10 stories and trends from the job search world for 2007.

10 salary negotiation mistakes to avoid

December 17th, 2007


Job hunting season is just around the corner. Learn the 10 things to avoid before you get that first job offer.

QUICK TIP: Ignore the dates on job listings

December 16th, 2007


In this quick tip learn why paying attention to dates on job postings may be hurting your chances of getting hired.

Tips for job hunting with Facebook

December 16th, 2007


In this quick podcast, learn how to use the popular social networking site Facebook as a job hunting tool.

Job Search Roundup #21

November 27th, 2007


In this roundup learn about new job sites dedicated to connecting college kids with employers. Meet the worlds greatest job hopper and find out why …

Job Search Roundup #20

November 5th, 2007


In this 9 minute podcast learn about several new job hunting sites, a survey about the employee-employer relationship, 5 things your mama didnt tell you about job hunting and tips on optimizing your resume with keywords.

Shawn Graham: Courting Your Career

October 15th, 2007


Listen as author Shawn Graham discusses his new book, Courting Your Career, and how job hunting is just like dating.

Weekly Jobsearch Roundup #19

October 1st, 2007


Learn about a new social network for career pros, new tools for interview tips and a cool new podcast for twenty-something women in the workforce. …

Jason Alba is LinkedIn

September 25th, 2007


Jason Alba, CEO of JibberJobber talks about his new book, "I'm on LinkedIn, Now What?" in this 10 minute podcast. He'll tell us why job seekers …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #18

September 10th, 2007


Learn what 'acceptance remorse' is, find out the top industries for entry-level jobs and several job boards including Monster and Jobing in the news. (14 min)

Weekly Jobsearch Roundup #17

August 20th, 2007


Learn about a new TV show caled Paycheck Showdown, a couple of interesting new surveys and several new job sites including Hire a Hero and Alumwire. (9 min)

Hannah Seligson: New Girl on the Job

August 13th, 2007


Author Hannah Seligson stops by to discuss her new book, "New Girl on the Job: Advice from the trenches". She'll dish the dirt on the female-male …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #16

August 6th, 2007


In this job search roundup learn about wasting time at work, several new job hunting tools and job board news including Jobster, Monster and …

Interview with Tom Ruff, author & recruiter

July 30th, 2007


Tom Ruff, CEO of pharmaceutical sales recruiting firm, Tom Ruff Company, joins me to talk about his new book: How to Break Into Pharmaceutical Sales. …

Weekly Jobsearch Roundup #15

July 23rd, 2007


This week's roundup includes using Youtube to job hunt, good news about job search times, summer job hunting and some interesting job board news from Dice, Indeed, Hotjobs and others. (7 min)

Career and Corporate Cool

July 20th, 2007


I talk with Rachel Weingarten, author of the new book "Career and Corporate Cool" due out in August. She discusses the do's and don't's of fashion in …

23 creative ways to find a job

July 17th, 2007


Chris discusses 23 different ways for finding a job. Adapted from blogger Gregg Fraley, Chris takes you through each idea, getting you psyched up for job search success.

Weekly Jobsearch Roundup #15

July 9th, 2007


In this 7 minute podcast get an update on the job market, find out what the new hot skills are and get a taste of creative job hunting tactics that backfired.

Weekly Job Search Roundup #14

July 2nd, 2007


Lots of job boards in the news. New announcements from Hotjobs, Jobing, Latpro and a tip to increase your odds for getting your resume in front of the hiring manager.

Resume tips for job hoppers

June 25th, 2007


Dana Mattioli from Career joins me to talk about her latest article, "Tips for Creating a Resume That Downplays Job Hopping". We'll …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #13

June 11th, 2007


Latest happenings in the job search world. Including new tool for managine online profiles, job seeker blog leads to interview, renegging on a job …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #12

June 4th, 2007


This Weekly Job Search Podcast is a roundup of the top stories making news in the job hunting world. This week's topics include: Updates on the career advice search engine, Survey about fitting in, Blogforjobs updates, …

Your HR Guy

May 31st, 2007


Your HR Guy writes one of the top job blogs on the internet. We'll ask him what life is like in HR and get his thoughts on the resume black hole.

Lindsey Pollak: Getting from College to Career

May 24th, 2007


Lindsey Pollak is a writer and speaker specializing in career advice. Her new book is called Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #11

May 20th, 2007


Find out what the top excuses are for being late, successful secrets for web workers and job board news featuring TalentSpring, and …

Water Cooler Wisdom for Recent College Grads

May 17th, 2007


Alexandra Levit, a career author and consultant stops by to dish the dirt on recent college grads and gives her advice for finding a job and working …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #10

May 14th, 2007


Good news for college grad hiring, job board updates, the hottest jobs in the hottest markets and a new site for those who have been laid off are …

Brazen Careerist: interview with Penelope Trunk

May 10th, 2007


Syndicated career columnist Penelope Trunk stops by to talk about her new book.

Does Your Major Matter?

May 10th, 2007


We talk with Katie Konrath, author of about what qualities employers seek in recent college grads. (10 min)

Weekly Job Search Roundup #9

April 23rd, 2007


This week find out about a new free ebook for recent grads, another new video resume site and proof that the resume black hole exists (5 min)

Resume Advice with CPRW, Rita Fisher

April 20th, 2007


I talk with Rita Fisher a veteran resume writer and get her advice on job hunting mistakes, the resume objective, creative resume ideas and tips for career change resumes. (14 min)

Weekly Job Search Roundup #8

April 16th, 2007


In this job search roundup you'll learn where to get a free interviewing ebook, a new job board called Jobfox, and how Andrew Dice Clay is helping job seekers.

Podcast with Sarah Needleman of Career Journal

April 12th, 2007


Sarah Needleman, a reporter for talks about life as a reporter, her own career path and offers her advice for aspiring journalists.

Interview with Laura Allen of

April 9th, 2007


We talk with Laura Allen, co-founder of and learn why every job seeker needs their own pitch.

Weekly Job Search Roundup #7

April 2nd, 2007


In this 11 minute podcast you'll hear about some interesting new surveys, the top 10 April Fools office jokes and find out what are the hardest jobs …

10 Creative Resume Ideas

March 29th, 2007


In this 6 minute podcast CM will detail his top ten creative resume ideas that you can use for a successful job hunt.

Weekly Job Search Roundup #6

March 26th, 2007


In this news this week, CM reports on the definition of McJobs, Job hunting phrases and what they mean, a site to Blog for Jobs and the top 10 regions of the country for tech jobs.

Dream big with professional coach Heather Mundell

March 23rd, 2007


Heather Mundell, a professional coach in Seattle Washington talks about coaching job seekers and gives us some advice for interviewing and other career management tips. Visit her site at

Weekly Job Search Roundup #5

March 19th, 2007


A roundup of the job search news for week ending March 17, 2007. Topics include the and Adicio partnership, Jobkite, Using Email Signatures in your job search and yet another video resume bash.

Career Guru Heather Eager reveals her secrets

March 16th, 2007


Former resume writer turned career advice webmaster, Heather Eager stops by to talk about resumes, job search planning and creative resume writing. She'll also detail some of her sites including one for Moms going back …

Weekly Job Search Roundup #4

March 12th, 2007


In this week's job search roundup, CM talks about some new job boards in the news as well as giving you a taste of resume hell.

Weekly Job Search Roundup #3

March 5th, 2007


This weeks roundup includes topics on's video resume contest, following up after the interview, the executive job market and some cool job …

Job Hunting Movie Style

March 1st, 2007


Learn how two movies, Wall Street and GlenGarry Glen Ross can influence your job hunt. An interesting twist from C.M.'s job search playbook.

Weekly Job Search Roundup #2

February 26th, 2007


Listen to C.M.s roundup of the job search world from the week ending February 24th. Includes topics on,, Monster & CareerBuilder scam alerts and the future of the resume database.

Career Coach Jane Raitt's Interview Tips & Tactics

February 23rd, 2007


In this interview, C.M. talks with veteran career coach Jane Raitt of In it she discussess her latest advances and advice for job interview success.

Weekly Job Search Roundup

February 20th, 2007


CM discusses the latest news and trends from the world of job hunting.

Q & A with JibberJobber's jason Alba

February 12th, 2007


In this 10 minute podcast we explore the job search management tool JibberJobber, with its founder Jason Alba.

Interview Tips from Veteran Recruiter

January 30th, 2007


Listen as Maureen Mackey, a verteran of the recruiting industry dishes out some helpful job search advice.

Networking strategies for the 21st century

December 22nd, 2006


Barbara Safani gives commentary and reviews the various online networking sites. Lots of sites discussed. She also gives 'shouto…

Creative Resume Ideas

December 22nd, 2006


I talked with a few resume writers at a recent conference and asked them what's the best resume they've ever seen.

Interview with a Resume Writer

December 22nd, 2006


Louise Kursmark is an award winning resume writer and she'll give you her best tips in this interview.

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