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Have you grown out of your job? Angela Yeh specializes in strategic career placements and evolutions, both for companies filling a role and for individuals looking to change their career trajectory.
Angela is on both sides of the fence in the creative industry, helping companies understand how to identify and attract the right talent to grow their business and culture, but also coaching individuals on how to take their careers to the next level and evolve both personally and professionally.
Howard Shore is a serial entrepreneur who bought and sold his first company by the age of 21. After selling his first business and attending college, Shore went on to work his way up in a few prominent fortune 500 companies. He tired of the corporate scene and decided to return to his entrepreneurial roots.
Shore has mentored executives and entrepreneurs of all sizes personally and professionally.
Chris Yonker is a recovering high achiever. After years in sales for 3M, Yonker was left unfulfilled. There had to be more to life than a job. Now he and his team work with high achievers like executives, entrepreneurs, and athletes to expand their consciousness and capacity for fulfillment.
Chris Yonker is a vision alchemist, NLP practitioner, author of Soul Intention, and speaker.
We are living in a time of extreme disruption, there’s no denying it. In this episode, we hear from a woman who has centered her life around extremes: Ebony Smith. She specializes in training and coaching in Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous (V.U.C.A.) work environments. Previously, Smith achieved a Masters in operational safety, worked for BP and Sunoco, before pivoting her career to leadership.
Ebony Smith talks with Jon Tota about the importance of creating a coaching culture, how VUCA translates to traditional businesses and the significance of tree bathing and self-care.
Neal Taparia might have saved you in high school or college when you needed to quickly format the citations on your term paper. While in high school in 2001, Neal Taparia and his friend created EasyBib to make citing their sources well… easier.
In this episode, Taparia and Tota discuss the challenges of growing a business through high school and college; the marketing strategies that worked; and the benefits of a CEO mentor.