December 20, 2014
Mid-life career transitions are a challenge. Leveraging your experience into another career field takes a great deal of finesse and the ability to do some significant shape-shifting. Are you up to the challenge? Of course you are! In this informative show Chapel Hill native Clark Troy, of DWM Advisors, talks about how to go from academia into the private sector. Using real examples from his own life, he discusses what it takes to repurpose your career tool kit and engage in the marketplace a whole new way.
November 29, 2014
Chuck Gallagher is an extraordinarily successful professional speaker who has done time at the federal penitentiary for embezzlement. Who better to talk about professional ethics? This is one of the most informative and fascinating interviews from one of the nicest convicted felons you will ever hear.
November 22, 2014
Beth Huebner is a rock star career counselor with an expertise in working with mid-life transitions. With many years of corporate experience under her belt she has seen it all. During our interview she provides tips for finding your passion and following it to your next adventure. http://www.career-catalyst.org/
October 18, 2014
Sheri Castle is part story teller, part anthropologist and 100% cooking legend. A frequent contributor to food magazines, she has written a new bookIn this show we discuss food, family and the meaning of life. You will learn important lessons such as the way your house looks really does not matter so invite people over to dinner anyway
September 27, 2014
Tim Grahal is the president of Out:think, a firm that helps authors and writers create their platform, connect with readers and sell more books. He works with top best selling authors such as Daniel Pink, Chip and Dan Heath, Hugh Howey, Dan Ariely and even Pamela Slim. This spring he had five clients on the New York Times best seller list at the same time.
September 20, 2014
Sarah Levitt is an executive coach and a leader in resilience training. In this show Sarah discusses ways to come back from adversity and live your life to the highest potential.
August 30, 2014
There are lots of intimidating three letter acronyms out there – FBI, TSA, NSA – but none as anxiety and fear-inducing for high school students and parents as the SAT. Debbie Stier, the Author of The Perfect Score Project: Uncovering the Secrets of the SAT and frequent guest on The Art of Potential ended up taking the dreaded test seven times over the course of a year to try to uncover the best strategies for getting the perfect score and is here again to talk about what she discovered and share some exciting news about her book.
August 16, 2014
Are you a good public speaker? Most people don’t know that public speaking is not only a very valuable skill, it’s also marketable. Betsy Smith of E.L. Consulting is back in the studio this week to talk about about the steps you can take to become a professional speaker.
August 9, 2014
Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a spa for a living? Wendy Solomon, owner of Flawless Day Spa in Chapel Hill, visited with us in the studio this week to talk about her amazing journey to owning a business and the ins and outs of running a spa.
August 2, 2014
Farm Aid is coming to Walnut Creek Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 13! The concert lineup features Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Jack White and more. Farm Aid is all about helping family farmers and the passion and persistence of the Willie Nelson and friends is its driving force. Farm Aid’s Jennifer Fahy discusses the important role this organization has played in shaping farming.