300 episodes

At Time4Coffee (T4C) the professionals in the jobs that matter most to YOU, always have time to ‘grab coffee’ 24/7 to help you figure out how to convert your college degree into a career track you’ll love. In addition, T4C also interviews experts in health, wellness and self-care because what good is it to find a job you love, if your physical and/or mental health sucks? But mostly these are "caffeinated career conversations" for 18-25 year olds to give you the inside track, no BS or spin allowed, on what professionals in dozens of different careers actually DO in their jobs, their lessons learned and insider tips. From Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to Sony film executives. From professional baseball scouts to public policy wonks. From marketing gurus to mission-driven CEOs. From Tech reporters to Tech & software wizards. From NYTs best-selling authors to Queer Eye book editors. From global humanitarian & development professionals to global impact investing experts. From PR & communications managers to pub-crawling engineers and podcasters. From Flywheel Sports to Functional medicine. From directing research into digital cities to leading digital social media campaigns. As the Time4Coffee name implies, these in-depth interviews with professionals – from the entry level all the way up to the C-suite executive -- explore many of the same topics covered when people meet, in person, often over a cup of coffee to get career advice. The T4C Espresso Shots, or mini-episodes, are 10-15 minute ‘caffeinated career conversations’ about the entry level jobs, skills sets, life experiences, majors and degrees employers in those careers look for in the young people they hire in entry-level positions, as well as the best career advice these professionals have to offer. The longer T4C episodes dig into the day-t0-day jobs these professionals have today, their lessons learned and excellent advice as well as how each of them recovered from failures, set-backs or other challenges to build their careers to where they are now.

During her 30+ years in journalism, public affairs, public relations and the non-profit worlds, former award-winning CNN journalist, Andrea Koppel, routinely provided free advice, over countless cups of coffee, to scores of young people trying to build their own careers. She sincerely hopes Time4Coffee will be able to replicate, at scale, what she and so many others do every day but on a one-on-one basis, to help hundreds of thousands of aspiring Gen Z, iGen and Millennial professionals achieve their wildest dreams!



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Time4Coffee Podcast Andrea Koppel

    • Careers
    • 5.0, 109 Ratings

At Time4Coffee (T4C) the professionals in the jobs that matter most to YOU, always have time to ‘grab coffee’ 24/7 to help you figure out how to convert your college degree into a career track you’ll love. In addition, T4C also interviews experts in health, wellness and self-care because what good is it to find a job you love, if your physical and/or mental health sucks? But mostly these are "caffeinated career conversations" for 18-25 year olds to give you the inside track, no BS or spin allowed, on what professionals in dozens of different careers actually DO in their jobs, their lessons learned and insider tips. From Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to Sony film executives. From professional baseball scouts to public policy wonks. From marketing gurus to mission-driven CEOs. From Tech reporters to Tech & software wizards. From NYTs best-selling authors to Queer Eye book editors. From global humanitarian & development professionals to global impact investing experts. From PR & communications managers to pub-crawling engineers and podcasters. From Flywheel Sports to Functional medicine. From directing research into digital cities to leading digital social media campaigns. As the Time4Coffee name implies, these in-depth interviews with professionals – from the entry level all the way up to the C-suite executive -- explore many of the same topics covered when people meet, in person, often over a cup of coffee to get career advice. The T4C Espresso Shots, or mini-episodes, are 10-15 minute ‘caffeinated career conversations’ about the entry level jobs, skills sets, life experiences, majors and degrees employers in those careers look for in the young people they hire in entry-level positions, as well as the best career advice these professionals have to offer. The longer T4C episodes dig into the day-t0-day jobs these professionals have today, their lessons learned and excellent advice as well as how each of them recovered from failures, set-backs or other challenges to build their careers to where they are now.

During her 30+ years in journalism, public affairs, public relations and the non-profit worlds, former award-winning CNN journalist, Andrea Koppel, routinely provided free advice, over countless cups of coffee, to scores of young people trying to build their own careers. She sincerely hopes Time4Coffee will be able to replicate, at scale, what she and so many others do every day but on a one-on-one basis, to help hundreds of thousands of aspiring Gen Z, iGen and Millennial professionals achieve their wildest dreams!



www.Time4Coffee.org



PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW & RATE!!!! THANK U

    462: How to Build Resilience During the Coronavirus With Fatima Doman, Positive Psychology Coach [Main T4C Episode]

    462: How to Build Resilience During the Coronavirus With Fatima Doman, Positive Psychology Coach [Main T4C Episode]

    Fatima Doman is a best-selling author, speaker, positive psychology coach and CEO of Authentic Strengths Advantage.  She has motivated audiences across six continents to leverage their authentic strengths to improve their lives.

    • 35 min
    461: How to End Mental Illness With Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen, Amen Clinics [Main T4C Episode]

    461: How to End Mental Illness With Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen, Amen Clinics [Main T4C Episode]

    Dr. Daniel Amen is a double board-certified psychiatrist, professor and brain health expert as well as a 10-time New York Times bestselling author.  His latest book is entitled The End of Mental Illness. Over 30 years ago, Dr Amen pioneered brain imaging, known as SPECT imaging, as a better way to more accurately diagnose mental illness and understand what’s causing it. 

    • 33 min
    460: How to Capture Someone Else’s Voice in a Speech With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    460: How to Capture Someone Else’s Voice in a Speech With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.

    • 7 min
    459: How to Break Into Careers in National Security With Pete Newell, BMNT [Espresso Shots]

    459: How to Break Into Careers in National Security With Pete Newell, BMNT [Espresso Shots]

    Army Colonel Peter Newell (retired) is the founder and CEO of BMNT, a consulting company and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to solve challenging problems. He has also co-founded Hacking for Defense, an academic program taught at more than 20 universities in the US which combines the best from the battlefield and successful Silicon Valley startups.

    • 26 min
    458: How to Write a Compelling Speech With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    458: How to Write a Compelling Speech With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.

    • 6 min
    457: How to Persevere When You Can’t Find a Job With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    457: How to Persevere When You Can’t Find a Job With Andrew Imbrie, Center for Security and Emerging Technology [K-Cup-DoubleShot]

    Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

Cousin of the bride ,

A wealth of knowledge for young adults

I cannot recommend this podcast enough, especially to those who, like me, are a little unsure about what to do once college ends. The guests on T4C are knowledgeable and generous with their expertise, and Andrea’s experience as an interviewer shines as she draws the most helpful information out of them. It is clear that Andrea is passionate about helping young people find their path, and I’ve walked away from listening dozens of times with new insights about my future. I love episodes about journalists and entrepreneur, but there is something for everyone!

fireflywinks ,

Best podcast for college students and young professionals!

As a senior in college with graduation just weeks away, Andrea’s podcast offers so much valuable career and life advice! Her interviews with successful professionals provide incredible insight into a wide variety of careers, and their job and life advice is fantastic. It’s everything you need to hear that you may not always get to hear otherwise. She makes listening to podcasts fun, and I highly recommend!

HindleTom8 ,

Incredibly eye opening

There's so much confusion as a college student. While opportunities are boundless, it's incredibly difficult, and a bit scary, to figure out where to go after graduation. Andrea acknowledges that fear in this fun podcast. The variety of guests, upbeat tone, and countless valuable anecdotes make T4C entertaining, informational, and, ultimately, inspirational. It's a must listen!

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