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    8 Expert Tips to Successfully Starting a New Job in 2022 Starting a new job is exciting, but it can also be nerve-wracking. Here are 8 tips you should know…
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    Exercise Is Non-Negotiable “I don’t have time to workout.” Too many people let this thought halt their fitness efforts before they even start. But the truth is, you do have…
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    You already know that you “should” exercise, eat better, and learn to manage your stress. And yet, if you are like most people, you are more worried about your wealth…
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    In this episode of Investors Therapy, Julia Arndt shares her strategies for mindfully combating stress in both our personal and professional lives. Julia Arndt is a stress management trainer, personal…
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    When I was an admin at Google, I noticed the top executives would spend at least one hour a week networking, no matter how busy they were. Your Network =…
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    Sasha Krecinic has been a utility player throughout his career and held a variety of roles ranging from product, consulting, analytics and ops, he now leads the sales and marketing…
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    Trista led Google’s global team development initiatives and is currently the founder and CEO of Regroup, a team development company. She was also a member of many hybrid teams over…
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    When you leave your current job, you may consider writing a Linkedin Farwell Message. People write these messages to let your connections know you are joining a new company. As…
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    When a colleague leaves your current company, they usually send a goodbye slack ping or email recognizing folks who have helped them with their careers. At that point, people reply…
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    It's hard to manage your emotions at work when you take things personally. But when you're in the following circumstances, it's easier said than done: You are in the midst…
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    A few years ago I hosted renowned conflict journalist, author, TED speaker, and filmmaker Sebastian Junger to discuss his book Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, as well as his National Geographic documentary Hell on…
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    There's plenty of material about the topic on how to get people to say "Yes", yet there aren't many resources available explaining the art of how to say no. The…
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    Today the Silicon Valley Investors Club is happy to have Laura Gramann Richter, a Professional Organizer and CEO of Pieces into Place LLC in Milwaukee, WI and former Googler, share…
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    Robert Greene, an American author known for his books on strategy, power, and seduction, has recently released a pre-recorded video that analyzes the current pandemic of irrational thinking that has…
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    Anne Wojcicki is the Co-Founder and CEO of 23andMe. Her company helps users learn about their ancestry, genealogy, and inherited traits via at-home genetics test kits and genetic mapping research. In…
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    Annie Duke, World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions winner, joined us to talk about her latest book Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts.…
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    I recently hosted Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the largest hedge funds in the world with $160 Billion under management. Ray joined us to talk about his…
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    I recently hosted TED speaker, NPR host, and journalist Celeste Headlee to talk about her newest book We Need To Talk. Her book will teach you how to have better conversations.  About the book: In…
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    I recently hosted author and blogger Eric Barker, who has been featured in Time Magazine, The New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, to talk about his latest book Barking Up the Wrong Tree:…
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    “If Confidence is what is real...ego is what we wish to be true.” - Ryan Holiday Ryan Holiday visited Google headquarters for an interview about his thoughts on philosophy, his…
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    Last year I had the pleasure of interviewing Tim Ferriss at Google. We talked about his podcast, his routines, how he keeps himself mentally and physically healthy, and much more.…
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    A few years ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Stanford Professor Shirzad Chamine, author of the New York Times bestseller Positive Intelligence. His work exposes 10 well-disguised mental saboteurs…

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