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That Crazy Little Voice Inside Our Heads- What Is It and Why Doesn't Everyone Have One?
On this episode, MC and Jesse explore the concept of an "internal monologue". From intrusive thoughts to visualizations to figuring out that some people don't have a voice at all, we cover our own experiences and what's help us to be able to calm our voices down (at least a little). Studies "show" that up to 50% of people don't have an internal monologue at all- our experience says that the percentage may be closer to 10%- but we discuss what we've learned from those people on what their experiences are like and contemplate how different our realities would be without our internal monologues to tell us what we're thinking. and feeling. and hearing.
The Education System Part 2- How AI and Chat GBT Are Going To Change The Game
In this mini-sode, McKenzie and Jesse pick up the convo from the prior episode around the education system. This section focuses specifically on how Artificial Intelligence is making its way into the classroom and how, from an employers perspective, we'd love to see students learning how to utilize AI tools to better prepare them for the work force.
The Education System in 2023 And What's Next
On This Week's Episode, Cohosts McKenzie and Jesse start with discussing their experiences in the education system and how they did (or didn't) prepare them for the real world. From private schools to gifted programs to history class, this episode dives into ways the education system can both set students up for success for give them a false sense of confidence before they enter the real world.
Imposter Syndrome Part 2: The 5 Different Types and Tips on How To Handle Each
On Today's Episode of Only Plans, MC and Jesse dig further into the topic on Imposter Syndrome. We analyze the 5 different types presented by Dr.Valerie Young, provide some questions that one could ask to evaluate if each type if relevant to them, and then add in some advice or tips on how to effectively manage.
Imposter Syndrome Part 1: What It Is, Where It Comes From, and How To Overcome It
In Episode 3 of Only Plans, MC and Jesse discuss how to navigate the Imposter Syndrome. From two totally different perspectives, the duo contemplate their own experiences, their advice on how to navigate, and some tips for others who want to make the path easier for those that follow them. This is Part 1 in a 2 Part Series- Part 2 will discuss the 5 common types of Imposter Syndrome and advice on how to manage each.
Tips and Tricks to Ace Your Next Interview
Office Manager Jesse and Founder McKenzie run through their tips and tricks on nailing your next interview and landing the job.
Good exploration of Imposter Syndrome
The hosts have a natural, easy chemistry and are addressing interesting topics. I enjoyed the discussion on Imposter Syndrome from the perspective of two women at early and mid stages of career attainment. Many women experience it as they push toward goals and take on leadership roles. I resonated with some of the advice the hosts offered, particularly the monitoring of one’s own “self-talk,” and practicing kindness to oneself. I think it’s important to acknowledge the reality of racial and gender inequity in our society as the backdrop to this discussion, and was pleased that the topic was at least broached in Part I.
I thought you two gave some excellent advice that I would like for my students who are about to graduate college to hear. Thanks!