July 27, 2013
Whether your are currently employed, looking for work, or find yourself with a hour to spend this is the show for you. Dave Katz, Cisco Systems Technical Services Global Labs Director, gives great advice on how to approach your career. He shifts the paradigm of working with your passion and asserts a compelling argument for working with your strengths and letting the passion follow. He details the different between those who gamble with their careers and those who invest in it. Great show with lots of wisdom for everyone.
July 20, 2013
Chapel Hill is a vibrant and energetic community because of us, the citizens. The role of planning how the town’s future will look is begin spearheaded by Mary Jane Nirdlinger, the Director of Policy and Strategic Initiatives. She wants YOU to get involved. She wants your input whether you are 10 or 100. Learn how the planning process is working and how you can get your voice heard.
July 13, 2013
Teresa Leigh has created a niche business providing services to the uber wealthy. She walked away from a great job opportunity heading up a 22,000 sq. foot household to create a business she loved. As a business owner she has experienced poverty chasing her skirt, pouring time and money into promising business relationships that went no where, and finally earning terrific success.Teresa shares the patterns she sees in those with money and the lessons she’s learned as an entrepreneur.
June 29, 2013
In this informative show you will learn secrets every entrepreneur needs to know before starting their own business. Ted Zoller of UNC’s Kenan Flagler Business School and expert on entrepreneurship discusses important aspects of starting a business so that you don’t burn through your money and end up with very little to show for it. He also provides a great list of local resources that can help support new entrepreneurs.
June 22, 2013
Financial Planning for Dummies with Beth LaPierre
June 8, 2013
Like Bruce Springsteen, some of us were born to run and then there are the ‘other people’ like Tracey Gritz, owner of The Efficient Office, who was born to organize. Tracey was born loving sticky notes and color coded binders. In this fantastic show Tracey helps us organize our outer world, set priorities, and maximize our efficiency so that we can spend time doing what matters most to us. Tracey helps us remove the mental clutter of everyday life and create space for being present. In this super fun show you will learn tips you can put into effect immediately that will have a tremendous impact on your life.
May 25, 2013
Charlotte Post is a woman with a mission. As the single mother of four, she has spent the past few years gracefully leaping from fire to fire, including a recent dismissal from a consulting job. She is the poster child for resiliency and joins us this week for a discussion on pliancy in today’s job market and how to craft your life.
May 18, 2013
Transitioning is something that all people have to experience at some point in their lives. Whether its moving from one job to another or preparing to have a child, transitions are an inseparable part of life and often act as a rite of passage. Sarah Levitt, an executive coach and motivational speaker, joins us to talk about how to deal with change and how not to lose focus on what’s important to you.
May 11, 2013
It may not seem like it at first glance, but the homegrown Skjaja Fund based in Chapel Hill is a very important organization doing very important work. Co-Founder Charlotte White and two special guests take us through the basics of the all-volunteer organization and how you can get involved.
May 4, 2013
When it comes to executive searching and recruiting, Larry Kitts doesn’t mess around. Having spent fifteen years in the field (and founding his own firm, Kitts & Associates, along the way), he knows what it takes to succeed in job searching not only on a local level, but also on a national level.