I’m so excited to introduce The Career Clinic Podcast, powered by OhHeyCoach, with your host, me, Ronnie Dickerson Stewart!
I’ve coached & consulted with countless individuals from interns to C-suite leaders on how to navigate their stickiest career moments. In this clinic and in the time we get to share, I hope to do the same with you!
Whether you’re in the “staying, growing or going” stage, on this podcast, no career topic is off the table.
Truth Moment: Everyone does not have equal access to executive coaching and career advancement resources. I believe everyone should be able to access tools to chart a successful career path that uniquely serves them. So YOU can think of me as a coach, consultant, or mentor who is one click and download away.
Welcome to The Career Clinic Podcast (powered by OhHeyCoach), I can’t wait to see how we learn and grow together!
How We Get In Our Own Way (And What to do About It)
In today's episode, we discuss 3 subtle or not-so-subtle behaviors, actions, or non-actions that keep us in our own way, and off of the path of progress, development, and career growth!
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This Is a Sign to Plan Your Rest
This is a sign to plan your rest! Your career is a marathon, even if it feels like a sprint on most days. To be present, to have joy, and to enjoy what you do, rest is critical.
In this episode, we discuss rest as a critical component of your career navigation strategy, particularly as it relates to managing stress.
Link to the 30 minute Sound Bath mentioned in the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qn5KYYxYMqU
Timeless Wisdom for Entering the Corporate World: A Message to Myself at 21
It's new grad and internship season. So many amazing talents are entering corporate spaces, hoping to make an impact, and simply want to learn.
In this episode, I share the wisdom I would have loved to have someone share with me at 21 and in my early years in Corporate America.
Listen and pay it forward by sharing this episode with someone in your network who needs a dose of wisdom!
#AskACoach: Your Listener Questions Answered
Every week I ask you, our community of listeners to slide into my Instagram DMs or send an email if you have questions, observations, or comments, and you do not disappoint. So, truly thank you for making this community “two-way” vs. "one way". I love actually engaging with you all.
This episode is hopefully the first in an ongoing series where you can #AskACoach questions and have the potential of them being answered on the podcast.
The Juggle is Real...So, Drop the Ball
This episode is dedicated to everyone who is in a season of "juggle" who wants to ensure it doesn't shift to a season of "struggle".
I share a personal story as well as an amazing resource in this show.
Shout out to Tiffany Dufu, founder and CEO of The Cru and author of the *remarkable* book, Drop the Ball, which changed everything for me in 2017!
Put YOU On Your Calendar
This is your sign to put YOU on your calendar.
When people talk about self-care, the advice at many times can range from vague and general, to superficial (grab a face mask, binge-watch a TV show....mind you both things I love, but don't completely fill my cup).
This episode is all about bringing more clarity and tangible tools to you in your pursuit of holding space for yourself, making more time for you, and ultimately accelerating your growth.
Ronnie shares her genius in the most authentic and relevant ways. Her incremental approach empowers you to feel like you can actually make transformational change starting inward. So many golden nuggets. A must listen.
Thank you, Ronnie, for serving realness in these times. I love the podcast and your approach! We aren’t all just about career, there’s family and other interests in our lives. Your perspective helps us to show up as we are and improve ourselves in the process.
The Grace Space
I love your authenticity and transparency in this episode. Working remotely full time with a toddler is very challenging. I have realized through this experience that I need to extend more grace to myself and my family members. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.