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Michelle Bergquist interviews Joanie Connell about the many ways that women are building and trampling their reputation. Listen here.
Joanie Connell was interviewed on Conscious Millionaire Podcast, named by Inc Magazine as one of the Top Business Podcasts for 2017. The show is for business coaches and consultants who want to attract more clients, make a positive impact, and achieve their First Million.
Joanie is honored to be included with guests such as Chris Brogan, John Gray, Sharon Lechter, Jack Canfield, Joe Vitale, Dame DC Cordova, and Joe Calloway.
Here is the link to give her interview a listen. Let us know your big take away!
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Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Catherine Mattice, co-author of Back off! Your Kick-Ass Guide to Ending Bullying at Work. Joanie gets Catherine to give tips on how to fight bullies, both for employers and employees. Listen here.
Do you wonder what type of career or business is right for you? Joanie shares the types of assessments she uses to help people to find out what motivates them and discover their self-awareness so they can find out what fits them.
Entrepreneurship requires many different skill sets besides your particular talent. Find out how Joanie learned to master these skills that are needed such as promoting your talent, online marketing and more.
When you change career paths you’re going to be dealing with a lot of discomfort. Find out how to deal with the discomfort and still plow ahead. Listen here.
Podcast with guest Joanie Connell
What do you like doing?
Does it make an appearance at your day job?
Bringing more of yourself and who you are at your core into your workplace should be mandatory.
Being authentic in your life and career is more beneficial to your success in your career than being a certain persona that your career molds you to be.
On this show, Jeff interviews Dr. Joanie B. Connell, author of Flying without a Helicopter: How to Prepare Young People for Work and Life, about how to prepare your sons and/or daughters for work (and life). It was an interview that resonated with him, as the father of a soon-to-be 15-year-old first year of high school student.