Category Archives: career

Tess Ausman on the “Paul”Cast – Dress for Success?

Haven’t done a “Paul”Cast in a while and frankly – I felt really rusty in this episode. But Tess Ausman helped pull me through and we ended up with an interesting discussion on dressing for success when starting your career (or starting any new job for that matter.) For the record – we had this […]
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Drew Hawkins on the “Paul”Cast… What I wish I had been told…

Back behind the microphone with Drew Hawkins. Drew is someone I met about 8 years ago as I was just firing up a single practitioner consulting service and we was working in Chicago at a semi-competitor. We were both banging the social media drum for our respective companies and believe it or not in 2008 […]
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Moving Day – Will you read along with my next chapter?

I was going to post this yesterday but then I remembered it was Memorial Day and there is only one thing that needs to be said on Memorial Day. Thanks There is no need to clutter up the web with my bit of smallness when we’re taking the time to deeply thank those who paid […]
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Josh Flagner on the “Paul”Cast – What I wish I had been told…

Another day another dollar and another “Paul”Cast. This time, it is Josh Flagner (@railbirdj). Josh is a seasoned podcaster (I hope I pass his critique… finger’s crossed.) Josh writes, posts, whatever at JoshFlagner.com and hosts the podcast called “RailBirds Nest.” And no – I never asked him why it is called that. I guess you’ll […]
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Lois Melbourne on the “Paul”Cast – What I wish I had been told…

Today’s “Paul”Cast is all about taking the bull by the horns and reaching out to your  network and owning that task. And we’re lucky enough to have Lois Melbourne to thank for that advice. I’ve known Lois for a few years. I think we met over a podcast – HRHappyHour. She was running a company […]
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Kristen Harcourt on the “Paul”Cast – What I wish I had been told…

Are you afraid? Are you intimidated? Was there a time in your career where you didn’t say something or didn’t do something because you were intimidated? Either by title, gender, tenure? Was your career stalled or at least slowed down because you were too intimidated by someone at work? That’s what Kristen Harcourt brings to […]
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