Gail Tolstoi-Miller on Your Career Cure Podcast discusses the possible HR implications with the NFL protesting during the national anthem? Does it create a hostile work environment?
Sam Smith discusses how his curiosity as a child and throughout adulthood has fostered career growth and in his personal life. Interesting episode of Your Career Cure with host Gail Tolstoi-Miller. Audio has some minor technical glitches.
Gail Tolstoi-Miller shares a LinkedIn message received from a candidate 2 years ago. A provocative message that she remembers to this day. She dissects the message and provides commentary and tips. Gail discusses that even though the message was condescending and rude at times, it still got her attention. The candidate was frustrated with his job search and sent out this message to all of his contacts. Gail discusses how you can differentiate yourself from other candidates by being provocative.
Clarissa Carr is from a small town in Indiana. Born to teen parents in the 80’s, Clarissa grew up in a trailer park while her parents worked multiple jobs. Never feeling like she was living a “normal” life, she retreated to books and TV to mold herself. Always a high achiever, Clarissa’s 5th grade teacher took notice of her intelligence and gradually became her mentor. She contributes much of her success to this mentorship. She has recently relocated from Charleston to Atlanta to work as a project manager. I chose Clarissa as my first guest on Your Career Cure Podcast because she symbolizes the ability to take control of your destiny and not blaming your circumstance or childhood to move ahead in a positive way in your life.
Gail Tolstoi-Miller, the host of Your Career Cure Podcast, provides you an introduction on what you can expect from her weekly podcast. She mentions the types of guests, her objective and goals of the podcast. Gail wants you to achieve “Happy Career. Happy Life” by listening to Your Career Cure podcasts.
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