Happy Career Formula with Jette Stubbs helps you find what you love to do and grab the attention of employers and clients, whether you want a job, freelance service or business. Discover how to choose a career by unlocking your entrepreneurial spirit so you can flex between attracting employers to land your dream job and clients to start business to build a life on your own terms. No more imposter syndrome, toxic work environments, and conflicting career advice or business advice. Start with episodes 2 & 3.
33. How to Build a Work-From-Anywhere Freelance Service & Business to Replace Your Income After Being Laid Off: Jolie's Journey
Jolie was laid off from a job for the first time in her career. On the show today, you'll discover how Jolie built a work-from-anywhere freelance service and business to replace her income, even though she wasn't sure what she wanted to do in the beginning. Discover how Jolie did it so you can too.
If you want to discover how you can too, start with the quiz:
32. Networking Basics: How networking works and why networking is important so you can use it for growth (with J Kelly Hoey)
How to network? What do you say? Who should you reach out to? You're ready for a career change and a part of you wishes you could reach out to your network and say, "Hey friends, support me in finding this new job.... or building this new business." But the network isn't there yet. Or you don't know how to use the network you have because of course, you don't want to use people. So what do you do?
Let's chat with J. Kelly Hoey to learn why networking is important and how networking works so you can use it to land your next big opportunity:
Networking to advance your career (or business)How to integrate digital networking into your career toolkitWhy building networks strategically is critical for career successNetworking expert, J. Kelly Hoey is the author of Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships In A Hyper-Connected World (Tarcher Perigee/Penguin Random House). She’s working on her second book which focuses on the unique networks women need.
31. The Six Factors of Entrepreneurial Vulnerability (with Shulamit Ber LevTov)
If you have ever had like cold or hot sweats, trying to think about how am I going to make money off of this idea? How is this going to work? As an entrepreneur, you have to wear so many hats. Imagine you know how to manage the stress and channel it into success. Shulamit shares Six Factors of Entrepreneurial Vulnerability: What are each of these factors and how do they affect our ability to create a thriving business?
Stress relief mini-series and free stress relief audio recording here: shula.consulting/newsletter
Shulamit is the entrepreneur's therapist, helping entrepreneurial and self-employed women stay sane as they ride the emotional rollercoaster of running a business. Shulamit has been an entrepreneur for over 27 years, and is a licensed therapist, retired Yoga teacher and trauma survivor. She has over 20 years of professional experience supporting mental health and personal growth and has logged thousands of hours helping hundreds of women (and men) rebound from stress and trauma. An award-winning entrepreneur and experienced speaker, Shula brings a unique perspective and approach to supporting women in business, has spoken locally, nationally and internationally, and has been a guest on podcasts including What Works, Small Business Boss, Fearless, The Biz Podcast, and many others.
30. For professional growth, what next step should you actually take based on your situation? Plus Where'd You Go Jette?
Let's talk heart-to-soul. If you uncover these lessons, these are some powerful lessons to make personal change in your life. Here's the thing: we need to have a raw conversation about the emotional obstacles that come as you pursue professional growth.
Discover the emotional obstacles that come from transitioning from our boring job to a job you'll love or business you'll love, because often we talk about the "how to" and "how to get it done", but we don't talk about the emotional obstacles that come along the way.
Why you need to uncover the one relationship that either could be ruining or building your life and your career and your business. You need to figure out which one it is and do everything you can to make sure it's building and not ruining or destroying you.
The biggest lessons I learned in 2021 and lessons so far for 2022 for career and business growth. Let's start with number one. Let's work on discovering the emotional obstacles that come from transitioning from a boring job.
Where have I been? Have I been MIA? What's going on? Yeah, we're going to talk about that. I'm going to be really open and honest about what's been going on with me and how I felt about it.Looking forward to chatting!
If you want to learn more, visit: jettestubbs.com
29. How to Land Your First Big Client to Become a Digital Nomad (with Kate Bagoy)
Kate Bagoy is a Forbes Council’s business coach and the founder of SixFigureFreelancers.com, where she helps freedom-focused tech & corporate creatives escape the 9-to-5. A self-professed nerd with an MBA and a UX design strategist, she's worked with more than 50 startups and has coached 1000’s of consultants through starting online businesses. An adventurer at heart, Kate travels as a digital nomad and has been running her business entirely online - from 25 countries so far - since 2017.
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28. How to go from a "dead-end" job with no growth to negotiating a promotion without switching companies (with Nicole Tschierske)
How do you sell yourself to a company that isn't valuing you or giving you opportunities right now? It's tempting when you are feeling stuck in your job to just think, 'I'm going to quit.' But what if there was a way to negotiate with your company to do work you enjoy more and take that next step without having to quit? And should you even try? Today, we'll answer these questions with Nicole Tschierske and she'll help us see how impostor syndrome can be sabotaging your growth.
Nicole is a Scientist and a Positive Psychologist who is very passionate about helping women in STEM become influential, so they can confidently unlock new opportunities for themselves, get their employers saying “we need you on this job!” and make a bigger impact.
Why you don't need to look for a new job the moment you feel under-challenged and overlooked (and how to create a position you love in the company you already work for).How the unhelpful labels "impostor syndrome" and "lack of confidence" are sabotaging your growth (and the secret to building senior-level credibility).Helpful advice to build your expert credibility and start getting your points and ideas addressed.How to shortcut the path to career fulfillment (and how this advice works especially well for those who feel their only option is leaving their job and starting all over again).
Connect with Nicole:
Fun engaging and informative
I was a guest on Jette’s podcast and it was lots of fun. Jette is engaging and prepared so the conversation was free flowing and informative. I can’t wait for listeners to check it out.
Keep up the great work Jette!
One of the best conversations
I was guest at Jette’s podcast and it was by far one of the most engaging conversations I have had on any podcast. Great questions and intriguing conversations, packing a truly valuable insights for the audience.
Solid career advise with heart
Jette has a wonderful way of breaking down information and making things like looking for the perfect job seem possible and inevitable if you follow her strategy. I love that she speaks from experience. Jette is also a lighthouse, she acts as a guide and brings empathy and understanding to her audience so her advice is empowering and reassuring. Thank you, Jette, for sharing your wisdom.