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Happy Career Formula with Jette Stubbs helps you find what you love to do and grab the attention of employers and clients, whether you want a job, freelance service or business. When Jette Stubbs started she had 90 days to find a job or leave the country. She had a ton of skills, but no idea how to sell herself with confidence. After life through her major curveballs, she realized two things: Making money can’t stop when life goes wrong and she didn’t want just any job - she wanted a happy career. She started a business and has helped people in 40+ industries in multiple countries. The principles for finding what you love to do and learning how to sell yourself are the same, whether you want a job, freelance service or business. Expand your career options: find your passion and turn it into a way to make money with option to avoid or leave a boring 9-to-5. No more imposter syndrome, toxic work environments, and conflicting one-size-fits-all career advice or business advice.Happy Career Formula helps new entrepreneurs, seasoned professionals, and recent graduates to discover how to choose a career by aligning your interests into a job, freelance service or business, so you can live life on your own terms. Whether you're focused on the job search or learning how to start a business online, you'll learn how to use an entrepreneurial spirit as you learn how to make money.
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Have you ever felt like you are too quiet or shy to have all the success you want in the corporate world? On the show today, we'll chat with Steve Friedman from Beyond Introversion. Steve will share how "How to Accelerate Through the 5 Phases of Introversion" and "How to Thrive in an Extrovert’s Corporate World." Steve's book, The Corporate Introvert will release on October 6th, 2021.Check it out here: www.BeyondIntroversion.com/tci 
If you've ever questioned, do you ever sweat when it's time to negotiate money? Today, where speaking with Mike Lander from Piscari.com who has negotiated on behalf of major corporations and negotiated the purchase of his first business. Mike teaches the negotiation framework he uses. Take notes.  Connect with Mike:https://piscari.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikelanderTake the Quiz: Discover What Type of Professional Are You? https://www.jettestubbs.com/quizLearn what stage you are at in your professional growth and the top progress killers you may be experiencing based on your stage of growth. 
Jette  read a stat that said something like 90 plus percent of  hiring managers expect people to negotiate salaries, but only 7% of people do negotiate their salary. Have you ever questioned how to negotiate salary? Have your hands ever shook when it comes time to talk about salary? Have you avoided the conversation altogether and just said, yes, I'll exact what you'll pay me.I want you to know if you're avoiding the conversation. If you're afraid to have the conversation. You are making a mistake and I want to show you how you can avoid that. Today we're speaking with Fatu Fall from TeamRora.com.Learn more about Fatu Fall and TeamRora.com:https://www.teamrora.com/Lesson Library: https://www.teamrora.com/learnConnect with Fatu on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com › fatoumata-fatu-fall-49a93228Take the Quiz: https://www.jettestubbs.com/quizWant to see what progress killers are slowing down your professional growth?See the top 3 progress killers based on your stage of professional growth, whether it's a job, freelance service or business. 
When it comes to thinking about how to set price or how to negotiate salary. The real question that you're asking yourself is how do I charge what I'm worth? And that's what we're going to be talking about today. The tips, the tricks, the tools, the strategies that you can use to start to up level the amount that you can charge for what you do (or what you want to do in the future). Take the quiz: https://www.jettestubbs.com/quizWant to see what progress killers are slowing down your professional growth?See the top 3 progress killers based on your stage of professional growth, whether it's a job, freelance service or business. 
Today, we'll have a heart-to-heart with Nicole Lewis-Keeber about what to do when difficult emotions affect our professional growth and business. For some of you, like me, you are dealing with burnout and life obstacles on your professional growth. Nicole will share how the emotional obstacles we face can become professional hurdles, and what to do to fix it, so you can intentionally build a loving relationship with professional growth and your business. Nicole Lewis-Keeber is a business therapist and mindset coach who works with entrepreneurs to create and nurture healthy relationships with their businesses. She's a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work and has a rich and varied experience as a therapist. Certified in Brené Brown’s Dare To Lead™ methodology, she's also been featured on numerous media outlets including Fast Company and NPR for her work in breaking the stigma of mental health and business ownership. She writes and speaks about the impact of small t trauma on businesses but her biggest, more important work is in combining therapeutic processes with business coaching to help entrepreneurs build emotionally sustainable & financially stable businessesConnect with Nicole:Free Trauma and Entrepreneurship Assessment https://bit.ly/2FEsSfz Website: https://nicole.lewis-keeber.com/   Love Your Business Book https://amzn.to/3xmLyar Want to connect with Jette? Start with the quiz:Take the Quiz - What Type of Professional Are You?And learn your stage of professional growth and the top 3 progress killers affecting you at your stage of growth, including how to fix each one.  
How can you show employers you can do more? How do you increase your salary if you're feeling stuck right now? Let's chat with Mo on his journey from getting generic rejection letters to lining up three job opportunities with a 25% - 50% salary increase. Rejection letters were making self-doubt creep-in and in Mo's words, he started to question "What's wrong with me?" Jette helped Mo revamp how he was selling his skills, so he caught the attention of multiple employers.  If you'd like to learn how this is done, start with the quiz:Take the Quiz - What Type of Professional Are You?And learn your stage of professional growth and the top 3 progress killers affecting you at your stage of growth, including how to fix each one. 
It's great to love what you do, but what if you don't know how to make money from it each month? We've talked about books to find what you love to do and books on how to sell yourself with confidence. In this episode, it's time to talk about how to create consistency to create stable regular income. You'll learn about managing money and building systems to attract new clients. If you'd like to learn more about how this is done, start with the quiz:Take the Quiz - What Type of Professional Are You?And learn your stage of professional growth and the top 3 progress killers affecting you at your stage of growth, including how to fix each one. 
How can you show employers you can do more? How do you convince clients to work with you and pay you? How do you increase your income? In this episode, I'll share the books that helped me get rid of the fear of being pushy or annoying when selling myself. Now, you should start to sell yourself with confidence. If you'd like to learn more about how this is done, start with the quiz:Take the Quiz - What Type of Professional Are You?And learn your stage of professional growth and the top 3 progress killers affecting you at your stage of growth, including how to fix each one. 
How do you build a business or a career that aligns with who you are? Listen in to learn the 5 of 10 values you should consider adopting if you want to make it a reality. It's the same value that guide this podcast.Learn more:JetteStubbs.comTake the quiz to discover What Type of Professional Are You?  Plus, when you take the quiz, you'll identify the top 15 progress killers for career or business growth, which ones you are making to slow down your growth, and what to do about each one. 
How do you build a business or a career that aligns with who you are? Listen in to learn the values you should consider adopting if you want to make it a reality. It's the same value that guide this podcast. Learn more:JetteStubbs.comTake the quiz to discover What Type of Professional Are You?  Plus, when you take the quiz, you'll identify the top 15 progress killers for career or business growth, which ones you are making to slow down your growth, and what to do about each one. 
You're trying to teach yourself how to build a career that aligns who you are, whether it's a job, freelance service or business.  Maybe you're feeling stuck? Here are 9 books to help you think about how to align your career to support your life goals. Learn more or book a call to access tools to "Find What You Love to Do" at JetteStubbs.comWhat Type of Professional Are You? Take the quiz to find your type and identify your top 15 progress killers (and how to avoid and fix each one)JetteStubbs.com/Quiz
On the show today, we'll be myth busting beliefs on success and authenticity. Should you separate the personal and professional?  Are there limits on your success based on your situation? Does success come from hard work? Learn more at JetteStubbs.comWhat Type of Professional Are You? Take the quiz to identify your top progress killers in career growth, and how to fix each one
You're having trouble building out a career, business, or way to make money you actually enjoy, so you're thinking, "Maybe I should go back to school?" or "Upgrade my skills? or Learn something new." "Maybe if I had another degree or certificate I can take the next step in career growth?" But is it a good idea? On the show today, we'll talk about how (if and when) to pursue an education and if you choose to pursue an education, how to answer,  "What Should I Study?" at any career or business level.Learn more or book a call: www.jettestubbs.comTake the Quiz: What Type of Professional Are You? Discover your professional type and which of the top 15 progress killers you may be making in your career or business growthhttps://www.jettestubbs.com/quiz 
Kapil Ghai from the Finding Perspective podcast interviews Jette Stubbs about the awkward moment that shattered how she thought about education - When a thief held a knife to her and her mother.  Then, you'll learn how to start rethinking how you think about how to pursue an education for your professional growth and success.Learn more:JetteStubbs.comFinding Perspective Podcast with Kapil Ghai
On the show today, you'll learn about how to overcome the fear of failure in your career or business. It's easy to get caught up in anxieties: Who am I to do this? Am I too young? Am I too old? But how do you move past it to not only create action, but real professional growth. You'll learn how to analyze the three choices you have in any scenario. Learn more: Jettestubbs.comAsk a question: Speakpipe.com/heyjetteTake the quiz to find your top professional progress killers: JetteStubbs.com/quiz
Am I being realistic? Am I limiting myself and my goals? How do I know if this will work? On the show, you'll learn how to set expectations, so you can build success and avoid the fear of failure. Ben Winter is the author of What to Expect When Having Expectations.  Ben Winter is an Author, Speaker, Actor, Improvist, Entrepreneur, Traveler, Father, and much much more. He loves to explore, yes, physical places around the world, but also he loves to explore the mind.Find Ben Winter at havingexpectations.com and successimprov.com
How do you network without feeling fake? On todays show, we'll get into the "how-to" of how I went from landing in a new country with 0 connections to building out a network for work and play. If you want to learn more, book a call or ask a question, visit: jettestubbs.com
How do you network without feeling fake? How do you know what to say when you are networking? How do you build a network during a pandemic? What if you feel uncomfortable talking about yourself? What if your life is complicated and you struggle to feel like a professional? On the show, we'll talk about how to network, build relationships, and talk about yourself with authenticity, without feel fake. So chill out and listen to lessons, so you can make progress too.To learn more:Mosaic Untold Lives: Secret and True Stories from Women of Color (Next Event: April 9th, 2021)Stories We Don't Tell PodcastBook A Call
Jade Hassouné is a Lebanese-Canadian actor, dancer and singer. He is known for his roles as Meliorn in the US television series Shadowhunters and as Prince Ahmed Al Saeed in the Canadian series Heartland. Under the pseudonym J4DE, in 2020 he released the EP Love Letter to a Fandom. He built a small intimate community for his fandom using 1-on-1 coaching with Jette Stubbs. Along the way, there were some surprising lessons on silencing your inner critic, listening to your audience, and stepping outside of your comfort zone. Learn more about Jade: https://jadehassoune.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadehassoune/?hl=enCheck out his Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/J4DE
Have you ever thought to follow your passion and do what you love to do?  And then all the fears creep in: Who will pay you for this? How will you build an audience? What if people don't like what you do?  Imposter syndrome of asking, "Who am I to do this?" What if people laugh at your goals?Jon Aaron Sandler knows those fears well. "You are too boring," the Parisian guitarist said to him on a public stage😳 after he shared his work.  It led him to family, travel, catastrophic injury, learning to walk again and reckoning with vulnerability in a new way to own and share his story to pursue his dreams. In 2019, he had ZERO social media accounts, ZERO email list, and ZERO online presence. By 2020 during the pandemic, he had an international audience with 500,000 monthly Twitter impressions, a live virtual event attended by people across multiple continents, and a sold-out product launch. Now, that he has an audience, we'll talk about what to do next. On the show, we'll be talking about Part 1 of Jon Aaron Sandler's journey about the good and bad of change:How to approach building an audience, if you are a total newbie and want to create growthHow to handle trolls, online rage, including how he's turned bad situations into creating new superfansHow to shift from building followers and accruing "Likes" to creating genuine engagementIt's helpful because you can learn from someone who started from scratch or zero recently. Check it out so you can learn how you can make progress too. 
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