Sunday, June 24, 2012

6/24-Can Women REALLY Have it All?

The job, family, self care and everything else!  What does work-life balance REALLY mean?  Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter in the Atlantic Magazine a couple days ago gave her answer: a resounding NO! Princeton University professor, Public Policy scholar and public servant shared her story; and its generated lots of conversation.  But its not your mother’s conversation anymore, or is it?  Perhaps you can recall your Mom chiding you,”...just because you can do it doesn't mean you should!”

This week's show is a conversation for YOU. We will talk about the issue and an alternative way to think about all this. Listen then join the ongoing conversation on

If you want to learn more about how to have it all, check out Optimal Stress: Living in Your BestStress Zone (John Wiley 2009)

Sunday, June 17, 2012

6/17-Need a new, better, different JOB?

Paul Hill is recognized as a new breed of job search expert by his loyal followers, dedicated to guiding and educating professionals to be proactive about career management by adopting professional Internet branding best practices through his work as chief instructor and principal of Transition to Hired, a division of ADV Advanced Technical Services Inc. (ADV).

Sunday, June 10, 2012

6/10-Need a new, better, different JOB?

Paul Hill - The Panic Free Job Search

Be a candidate NOT an applicant according to Paul Hill.  Take the stress out of your job search!  Hill is recognized as a new breed of job search expert by his loyal followers, dedicated to guiding and educating professionals to be proactive about career management by adopting professional Internet branding best practices. He is impacting the lives of displaced, fired, professionals as well as new grads and the underemployed through his work at TransitionToHired. His coaching and products including his ground breaking “Be Irresistible: Get Found, Get Hired” a step-by-step guide to proactive virtual job search. 

Friday, June 1, 2012

6/3-Continuous Partial Attention Disorder


The answer is yes if you keep your devices constantly 'on' because of fear of missing something....anything that might be sent to you via text, email, phone, get the picture. Learn why this is stressful and lifesaving solutions with our guest Linda Stone, creator of the Attention Project.

Widely recognized as a visionary thinker and thought leader, Linda Stone is a writer, speaker and consultant focused on innovation and the physicology of our relationship with technology and how our relationship with technology can evolve. 
Articles on her work have appeared in the New York TimesNewsweekThe EconomistBoston GlobeHarvard Business Review, and hundreds of blogs. She has spoken at Supernova, the ETech conference, GEL, the Collaborative Technologies Technologies Conference, the Hidden Brain Task Force for the Center for Work-Life Policy, and to executives at companies such as Price Waterhouse Coopers, Edelman.  She was invited by Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi to speak to the Medici gathering of positive psychologists, an invitation-only gathering of leaders in this field.
Previously, she spent close to twenty years as an executive in high technology. In 1986, she was persuaded to join Apple Computer to help “change the world.” In her 7+ years at Apple, she had the opportunity to do pioneering work in multimedia hardware, software and publishing. In her last year at Apple, Stone worked for Chairman and CEO John Sculley on special projects. In 1993, Stone joined Microsoft Research under Nathan Myhrvold and Rick Rashid. She co-founded and directed the Virtual Worlds Group/Social Computing Group, researching online social life and virtual communities. During this time, she also taught as adjunct faculty in NYU’s prestigious Interactive Telecommunications Program. In 2000, CEO Steve Ballmer tapped Stone to take on a VP role, reporting to him, to help improve industry relationships and contribute to a constructive evolution of the corporate culture. She retired from Microsoft in 2002.
Over the years, Stone has been recognized by Upside Magazine as one of the Upside 100 Leaders of the Digital Revolution, by I.D. Magazine as one of the I.D. 40, and she was featured in John Brockman’s book, THE DIGERATI, which described her as a visionary both within Microsoft and to the industry at large.
Stone serves on a variety of Advisory Boards, including:, Semi-Linear, Vigilo Networks, and others.