Welcome to the 13th episode of the Promote Yourself Podcast (Subscribe on iTunes). It is a weekly show airing every Monday, giving you the best career advice, the latest workplace trends and access to today’s brightest stars in business.
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This weeks show
Segment #1: My top 3 workplace trends of the week
- Job hopping is the new norm.
- Your undergraduate degree isn’t what it used to be.
- Be a giver, not a taker.
Segment #2: Q&A
This week’s question comes from Marianne O’Connor. Shee asks:
“How do I find a position that speaks to my passion, supports my lifestyle, and takes advantage of my talent”?
To ask a question for a future show, send me a tweet at @DanSchawbel.
Segment #3: Guest interview
This week I speak to Grant Cardone, who is an International Sales Expert and author providing Motivation & Sales Training Programs to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, success-minded individuals and entrepreneurs. Cardone is an internationally recognized motivational speaker and is a New York Times bestselling author. He is regularly seen on Fox Business, NBC, MSNBC, and Business Insider. Cardone is the executive producer and star of “Turnaround King”, a TV program created around his motivating solution-oriented business coaching. He also hosts his own radio show, The Cardone Zone, where he entertains and educations listeners with tips and strategies to achieve greater success and break out of the Middle Class rut. In this interview, Grant talks about how to sell yourself, stand out, why we are all salespeople and how to develop sales skills based on his experiences.
Dan Schawbel is the founder of the Personal Branding Blog and the author of the upcoming book, Promote Yoruself: The New Rules For Career Success. He is offering an online course called “Build Your Personal Brand in 4 Easy Steps.”