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Hello Monday with Jessi Hempel

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Welcome to Hello Monday with Jessi Hempel – a show where LinkedIn’s Jessi Hempel explores the changing nature of work, and how that work is changing us. What does work mean to us? Should we love what we do? How can we switch it up? Join Jessi as she talks with guests such as Reid Hoffman, Roxane Gay, and Guy Raz to unearth lessons that apply to our own careers. New episodes each week.

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Author Kimberly Johnson is an expert on helping people heal from trauma. She joins Jessi to discuss how to move through the anxiety around reopening that’s coming up for many people - and offers suggestions for showing ourselves more compassion.
In this episode from the Hello Monday archives, Jessi talks with Angela Ahrendts, the former Burberry CEO and former SVP of Retail at Apple, about how pairing her intuition with logic led her from success to success.
In this bonus material, Scott and Jessi discuss his least favorite social media conglomerate, and his thoughts on the state of the industry.
Tech entrepreneur, NYU marketing professor, and podcaster Scott Galloway joins Jessi to share the advice he gives his students as they launch their careers.
Founder Chris-Tia Donaldson survived two cancer diagnoses to emerge with a thriving startup and a new outlook on living.
Can we make mental exercise as commonplace as physical activity? Author Scott Shute believes we must. He sits down with Jessi to share tips for establishing a mindfulness practice.
Dr. Courtney L. McCluney joins Hello Monday contributor Michaela Greer for an in-depth look at code-switching, and to share strategies for enabling everyone to bring their full selves to work.
New York Times bestselling author Jami Attenberg joins Jessi Hempel to share her perspective on giving back, sharing knowledge, and elevating others.
Entrepreneur John Henry joins Jessi Hempel for a candid conversation about the hustle and drive that has driven him from new project to new project throughout his career - from doorman to venture capitalist and beyond.
Tiffany Dufu - the author of Dropping the Ball, and Founder and CEO of The Cru - is passionate about the power of peer support. She joins Hello Monday producer Sarah Storm for a conversation about the importance of working at your ‘highest and best use,’ why friends don’t make the best accountability partners, and why it’s so valuable to lean into discomfort and mess.
New York Times bestselling author Cal Newport joins Hello Monday contributor Michaela Greer to share his vision of a more productive future - one without clogged email inboxes and constant message pings.
How important is supporting mental health at work? Marah Lidey and Naomi Hirabayashi, co-founders and co-CEOs of Shine, share why they believe it’s just as important as salary and other benefits. We also learn more about how to recover from representation burnout.
Research professor and author Brené Brown sits down with LinkedIn Editor-in-Chief Daniel Roth to talk about embracing vulnerability, maintaining healthy boundaries, and the importance of “getting it right” rather than “being right.”  This interview originally aired as This is Working with Daniel Roth.
Entrepreneur and OZY Media founder Carlos Watson sits down with Jessi Hempel to mark Hello Monday’s 100th episode by sharing his journey to success and his vision for the future.
Muriel Wilkins, executive coach and host of HBR’s Coaching Real Leaders joins Jessi to demystify the idea of “executive presence” - what it is, why it’s important, and how anyone can build on theirs.
Jessi visits Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff to chat about her career, the origins of Hello Monday, and the impact her family life has on her work as a writer and podcaster.
Founder Rebecca Minkoff visits Jessi to share her thoughts on a year of pandemic living. She reflects on what had to change, what endured, and how early entrepreneurs can still use this time to their advantage.
Backable author Suneel Gupta teaches us why loving the problem is more powerful than needing to own the solution, and shares the value of having someone poke holes in your best ideas.
In this popular episode from the Hello Monday archives, Jessi talks with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin about proactively managing careers, and understanding impostor syndrome and how to combat it.
Equity leader Dr. Darnisa Amante-Jackson returns to Hello Monday to share her personal career journey, her advice for anyone considering a career in DEI or DIBs spaces, and her views on what’s possible.
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Brandi Wiatrak

Such a great episode! Look forward to listening to Kwame's podcast too!

Feb 2nd
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Dana Vanderkolk

Wow! Awesome episode!!! I am totally buying their book!

Dec 18th
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Srinath Sharma

Found Burnett and Evans to be very condescending and full of superiority and glib talk.

Mar 26th
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Richard Ottley

awesome podcast 👍

Oct 7th
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André

Inspiring episode to start my day.

May 20th
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Mint Clare Dew

I was sent here by Tim ferries and I'm excited for the practical and I sirstion advice for life ^^

Mar 30th
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Austin Peek

Hello Friday by Austin Peek of the Millionaire Interviews Podcast.

Mar 5th
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Tiffany Huang

Refreshing take on how we can all be prepared for the future of work. Have already taken nuggets of info to apply to my job. Highly recommend this - what a great weekly morning commute listen!

Mar 5th
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George Anders

Lively, fun and informative as can be. Jessi Hempel's interviewing style reminds me of watching a master chef at work. She brings all the right ingredients together at just the right time.

Mar 4th
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