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A lifestyle and informational podcast about any and everything related to life, love, work, play, and the pursuit of happiness. I'm a creative freelancer from the United States; musician, artist, inventor, entrepreneur, political independent, and a regular online presence. I make a full-time living working on, with, and for an assorted group of startups, businesses and other professionals and look forward to sharing things I've learned and introducing to some of the amazing people I've met in my many trips around the sun. Cheers! Let's do this.

Robbcast Robb Jarrett

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A lifestyle and informational podcast about any and everything related to life, love, work, play, and the pursuit of happiness. I'm a creative freelancer from the United States; musician, artist, inventor, entrepreneur, political independent, and a regular online presence. I make a full-time living working on, with, and for an assorted group of startups, businesses and other professionals and look forward to sharing things I've learned and introducing to some of the amazing people I've met in my many trips around the sun. Cheers! Let's do this.

    How to Negotiate the Salary for Your First Job

    How to Negotiate the Salary for Your First Job

    Yes, salary negotiation is tricky—but necessary. It’s important not to sell yourself short and miss out on the chance to make that hard-earned money, or over-quote yourself and hurt your chances of landing your dream job.

    • 9 min
    Fighting is Part of a SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP

    Fighting is Part of a SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP

    It took me awhile to realize that healthy relationships involve fighting. It may be over big things or little, but fights are normal. In fact, I find a relationship to be more legitimate when there is conflict and fighting.
    Obviously, there are times when fighting isn't good: when it becomes unhealthy. It's when your partner is toxic to you. That's not what I'm talking about.
    Growth is so important in relationships. If you aren’t growing with your partner then what are you doing? How do you stay with someone for an extended period of time and NOT change or grow? I feel like, as humans, our growth is essential in all aspects of our life. It is an insane thought that two people could be progressing through a relationship without initiating personal growth.
    I think it's important to be 100% open in a relationship. There shouldn't be anything you hold back. If you're holding something back, it's just going to result in further issues in the future. The best way to make a relationship work is to communicate. Not just about the good things, but also the bad.
    Yes, sometimes it means arguments here and there. But the growth that results from working together to fix issues makes the relationship a hell of a lot stronger in the long run. If someone works on fixing things with you, you know that they really want to be with you. You see the effort they are willing to put into you. It's a validating feeling, if anything.
    As humans, we aren't meant to get along 24/7. Sometimes we get on each other's nerves or we need a break, and it's essential that we allow ourselves to deal with that in a healthy way.
    If there's anything I've learned from the relationships I've been in, it's that growth should be inevitable. I'm not saying you should change for the person you're with. I'm saying that you two should grow together. You should make each other better people. You should be each other's cheerleaders and confidants, no matter what.
    You shouldn't be the same people you were when you first started dating. You should be growing as a couple; learning each other and learning how to best be there for one another.
    I've grown so much in my current relationship. I've seen so much growth on my partner's side as well. She is not the same person she used to be. We've grown together, in the best of ways. I think it's vitally important to stay self-aware in relationships. It's crucial to stay true to yourself and your partner. If something isn't working for you, reach out and try to get help from your partner. The growth that comes from that will only make you stronger.


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    • 5 min
    10 Things Not to Forget When Job Hunting

    10 Things Not to Forget When Job Hunting

    Job hunting can often feel like a difficult game. When you’re submitting multiple cover letters, resumes, and online applications into various systems, preparing for interviews and emailing with hiring managers and recruiters, it can be hard not to let anything slip through the cracks. If you think you’re forgetting something—you might be. But, we’ve got your back! Here are 10 important things (that you might not have even thought of) not to forget when job searching.

    • 9 min
    Sugar's Effect on the Body and Diet

    Sugar's Effect on the Body and Diet

    Why do we like sweet foods so much? What happens in the brain that makes sugary foods so hard to resist?

    Sugar is a general term used to describe a class of molecules called carbohydrates, and it's found in a wide variety of food and drink.Just check the labels on sweet products you buy. Glucose, fructose, sucrose, maltose, lactose, dextrose, and starch are all forms of sugar. So are high-fructose corn syrup, fruit juice, raw sugar, and honey. And sugar isn't just in candies and desserts, it's also added to tomato sauce, yogurt, dried fruit, flavored waters, or granola bars.

    Since sugar is everywhere, it's important to understand how it affects the brain. What happens when sugar hits your tongue? And does eating a little bit of sugar make you crave more?

    • 10 min
    How We Are All Connected On This Planet

    How We Are All Connected On This Planet

    The focus of this podcast is the last arc of the kindness-connection cycle, which states that meaningful connection increases kindness in turn. The central idea is that when we truly understand how each of our lives is intertwined with so many others, kindness, compassion, and collaboration flow much more naturally.

    • 13 min
    Politics on Social Media Sucks the Life From Your Soul

    Politics on Social Media Sucks the Life From Your Soul

    Social media is an exaggerated version of real life and oftentimes reveals more about you than you originally intended. Social posts are not real life conversations. We don’t run into too many jerks in person, so why does it seem like every time we open Facebook or Instagram we’re hit with an argument or a inflammatory political post...or some douche-bag just being blatantly unkind to their fellow humans?

    • 5 min

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