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Love the work you do! Nick and Loretta, from their Fremantle studio celebrate YOU - the hard-working Australian and answer your questions that are going to get you, your family and your children UP in this world using the best thing available in the world - the WORK ETHIC.

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Love the work you do! Nick and Loretta, from their Fremantle studio celebrate YOU - the hard-working Australian and answer your questions that are going to get you, your family and your children UP in this world using the best thing available in the world - the WORK ETHIC.

    03 Workaholics - Are you a bus or a Bugatti?

    03 Workaholics - Are you a bus or a Bugatti?

    Hello, everyone. This is Nick and Loretta with the workaholics podcast – just for you the Australian worker, entrepreneur or anyone with an interest in getting ahead in their life.

    This episode was recorded and published today, Saturday 9th of May 2020.

    We go through our Instagram page and discuss the Memes that come up. There's a little bit of laughter and gentle ribbing, which we hope is a sign of more fun to come in the podcasts.

    Thank you for your support and listening in. This is our third episode and we're very excited and to bring you more.

    You can find us on Instagram, Facebook - or email us directly at workaholicsclub@gmail.com with your questions and we will be certain to address them.

    Bye for now.

    N&L.

    • 46 min
    01 Workaholics - Celebrating you, the Workaholic

    01 Workaholics - Celebrating you, the Workaholic

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    Hello! Good morning this is Nick and Loretta and this is the very first episode of our Workaholics podcast celebrating the work ethic in Australia.

    This podcast is for you and your colleagues young and old to celebrate and expand of the capacities that we all have within us to enjoy the work that we do and to bring about an ethic in our community that celebrates the good life and the good things that come from being a good worker.

    Don't forget to reach into your workplaces and talk to your colleagues and come back to us with your questions and sneaky gossips so we can all learn a bit more about each other and to pull apart and investigate the conflicts that happen in our work. When we do this we can all celebrate the capacities that we all have to bring about a much better family life work life and country with our great work ethic.

    We have an active Facebook and Instagram page and you can contact us at the links below including email to come up with your questions which will try and put in the next upcoming episode!

    If you would like to support us have a good listen and send us your questions via email below, like and share our Instagram and Facebook pages and get your colleagues on board.

    This episode was recorded in our Fremantle studio on April 18, 2020. Thank you for listening.

    Ask a question for the show, in confidence to: workaholics@gmail.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/workaholics_club/

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Workaholics-Club-105121621145569

    • 44 min
    02 Workaholics - Has someone told you you should work less?

    02 Workaholics - Has someone told you you should work less?

    Hello, join Nick and Loretta in this episode, recorded on Saturday 25 April, 2020 (ANZAC day) as we interrogate, for our listeners:

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    Do you need to be employed to be a hard worker?
    Is a workaholic someone who has an unhealthy relationship to work?
    Is workaholics a symptom of your dysfunctional relationship?
    Is workaholics a symptom of a positive desire to be productive?
    Has someone told you you should work less?
    How can we encourage teenagers to embrace work?
    How much is success and good fortune dependant on the community around you?
    Does your environment influence your work ethic?
    Loretta tells us about corporate hyenas.
    Are good working environments declining in Australia?
    Is the Covid-experience affecting the work ethic negatively?
    Are workaholics unfairly ‘hidden’ for promotion by work-at-home changes?
    Is a work ethic in Australia still providing you with improved job prospects?
    What industries out there need a work ethic?

    Ask a question for the show, in confidence to: workaholics@gmail.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/workaholics_club/

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Workaholics-Club-105121621145569

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