286 episodes

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan will utilize their years of helping people get the jobs they want to provide practical tips on how to rise to new heights in your career. They will discuss real life issues that people have faced when navigating the path to finding their dream jobs.They will also have guests from a variety of industries who will provide expert tips around getting hired, obtaining promotions and many other insights around the keys to having a long and successful career in the industry of your choice.

Listen live Tuesdays, 11:00AM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)

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    • Careers

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan will utilize their years of helping people get the jobs they want to provide practical tips on how to rise to new heights in your career. They will discuss real life issues that people have faced when navigating the path to finding their dream jobs.They will also have guests from a variety of industries who will provide expert tips around getting hired, obtaining promotions and many other insights around the keys to having a long and successful career in the industry of your choice.

Listen live Tuesdays, 11:00AM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)

    Stress management

    Stress management

    Jennifer K. Hill is joined by executive coach and HeartMath certified stress management resilience coach, Gilda Joffe. Gilda shares HeartMath techniques for becoming resilient in the face of stress both personally and professionally. Gilda emphasizes the importance of having tools to cope with stress before it hits you. One example she gives is cultivating positive emotions such as gratitude or love on a daily basis, and another is learning to pause and reset to neutral in the midst of an upset.

    https://www.performermindset.com/

    • 55 min
    Common Career Questions

    Common Career Questions

    Common Career Questions: Bonus Episode

    Brandon Maslan answers commonly asked career questions from individuals at all stages of their careers. He provides insights on questions such as how to ask for a raise and/or promotion to how to get your resume recognized by recruiters. His insights included the importance of building your network, being clear on what you don't want in your next career step, and how to answer the question of why you are looking for a job.

    • 55 min
    Combatting Burnout

    Combatting Burnout

    Combatting Burnout

    Talk less and listen more. First and foremost listen to yourself and what your body is telling you even if your mind is trying to push you harder. This was one of many powerful insights by Elizabeth Rosenberg, Founder of the appropriately named, Good Advice Company, who joined Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan to share her good advice. She shared that after winding up in the hospital she finally got healthy and started listening to herself. We so often put too much pressure on ourselves and the best thing for our careers is to take it easy so we can go harder later. Finally, she shared a great tip for starting meetings by asking others to check in on a scale of 1-5 on how they are doing mentally today and then adjusting your approach to meet them where they are. Be sure to check in with yourself on that same scale and if needed share with others where you are.

    • 55 min
    Communication

    Communication

    Communication

    Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan discussed the importance of clear, authentic, and concise communication in one's career. When you are excited and passionate it is easier to elicit that same reaction in a listener. Be sure to ask questions about how a person is doing on that day and what matters most to them. We all have the ability to better understand one another, we just have to be willing to be authentic. In seeking to be understood you should always seek to first understand.

    • 55 min
    Impostor Syndrome

    Impostor Syndrome

    Impostor Syndrome

    Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan delved into why Impostor Syndrome is linked to one's success. When your doubt is the loudest it can show up in interviews and in fact, often results in you not putting yourself up for promotions or raises. By naming the ways you sabotage yourself, you are able to stop it. This can be done by reaching out to others for support and discovering how you help them. At the end of the day, you are ready for the job before you think you are ready. Be confident about what you bring and be excited about it, then talk about that in interviews internally and externally. Then you will conquer your impostor! .

    • 55 min
    Command your destiny

    Command your destiny

    Command your destiny

    Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill interview world renowned celebrity vocal coach, Arthur Samuel Joseph, about his Vocal Awareness work. Arthur shares the importance of creating a "Persona Statement," which encompasses how you believe you are currently perceived, as well as how you want to be known.

    He walks Brandon through an exercise called a "Conscious Loving Breath (CLB)" and the phrase "I am an extraordinary human." Arthur emphasizes the importance of being one's Self in all situations in life, and explains these tools are access to that.

    Arthur also touches on another Vocal Awareness principle, "Loving and Letting Go." Arthur and Jennifer discuss the importance of telling yourself "I love you" in the mirror every day.

    https://vocalawareness.com/yes/

    Arthur’s education- a combined major of music, philosophy and psychology has served as the foundation for his now 57+ plus years of teaching and coaching. With the creation of the Vocal Awareness® proprietary teaching method, Arthur has worked with thousands of actors, singers, politicians, broadcasters, business leaders, multi-national corporations, and countless others who have all recognized the significance of Empowerment Through Voice.

    • 55 min