Beyond the Resumes is a daily ten-minute podcast that shares the worst and best life and career advice from globally recognized career leaders, LinkedIn Top Voices, executives, doctors, and entrepreneurs. Jerry Won, the founder and host of Beyond the Resumes, holds a BS from USC Marshall, an MBA from Michigan Ross, and was a former consultant at Accenture and a sales and marketing leader in multiple industries. He now hopes to share both his and his guests’ extensive careers and experiences through these daily podcasts. Our mission is to be the leading voice for career and life advice for the modern global professional and empower the next generation of modern global leaders by sharing career and life advice to help you find happiness and success.
025 // “Don’t take things personally in regards to harsh feedback" With Richard Leong
Richard Leong is a DEI Consultant and a Leadership Development Coach. He is currently working at Collective, a DEI lab, in addition to running an independent consulting and coaching practice. He is also an inaugural board member at Act to Change, a non-profit organization that aims to prevent bullying. He earned his Bachelor's in Sociology from Columbia University in 2014.
024 // "Follow your passions" with Andrew Tan
Andrew Tan is a Human Capital Management Consultant at Deloitte and has previously worked in strategy consulting and career consulting. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance from Indiana University Bloomington.
023 // "If you choose to do something, be the best at it" with Sho Dewan
Sho Dewan is the Founder of Workhap, a talent development firm specializing in Career Coaching & Corporate Trainings. He is a 2020 LinkedIn Top Voice in job searching and careers. He earned his Bachelor's in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine.
022 // "Online job applications are worthless" with Richard Ngo
Richard Ngo is the Art Director for X. Nguyen Design Co. a creative marketing agency start-up and founder of his personal marketing consultation and media production service. He also works in career development as an intern at Declassified College Podcast, a podcast that helps students navigate college and works another internship at Seedstages, an app that works like Tinder but for internships/jobs at Tech start-ups. He is also a team lead at Tech Pod, an organization that helps students get into the tech industry without a computer science background. He is currently a senior at North Carolina State University studying Business Administration/Marketing on top of serving in the U.S Army Reserves.
021 // "Listen to your intuition" with Sarah Park-Thompson
Sarah Park-Thompson is the Director of Career Services at Harvey Mudd College. She has been in career services working at various institutions for about a decade, most recently at UCLA. Before that, she also worked in diversity inclusion and academic advising. She received her BA in Sociology and Anthropology from Carleton College and her Master's in Student Development in Postsecondary Education from the University of Iowa.
020 // "Don't say sorry so much" with Raymond Luu
Raymond Luu is an Associate Director of Commercial Services at San Jose State University. He is also a Program Manager for a nonprofit, Project by Project, which focuses on Asian American leadership development through fundraising and philanthropy. Additionally, he recently launched the Reel Asian Podcast, a show that dives into AAPI cinema and discusses the cultural impact in the greater AAPI community. He received his Bachelor's in Business Administration from San Francisco State University in 2016.
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As someone who is in the career coaching and development field, this is amazing to hear other talented people speak of their industry, their best practices, share insight or give words of advice. It’s great to have them in small bite size consumption episodes and have attached resources. I’ve followed a few guests already as well as Jerry, I have signed up for some news letters, made new connections on LinkedIn, and I have enjoyed the conversations. Truly a great listen.