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How is it that two opposites can share the same brain? Pete, from Melbourne, Australia, Jen, from New York City, USA. Pete, at 6”7’, Jen, at 5”1”. Pete, the human periscope, Jen, the human stethoscope. Pete, the millennial, Jen, the Gen-X. Pete, at inbox zero, Jen, at inbox chaos. Pete, who wears jumpers, Jen, who wears sweaters. The Long and The Short Of It is a product of these differences. It’s a weekly podcast for curious folks ready to explore the art and science of being human from eve ...
 
Are you struggling to create a career and life vision that you love? Portfolio Career Podcast is here to provide proven success stories, actionable tips, and key skills to do this for you. David Nebinski talks with people who have designed their Portfolio Career that allows for growth, resiliency, and happiness. Tune in to build and grow your Portfolio Career. Let's have some fun!
 
Are you struggling to create a career that you love? Do you wonder if you could hold multiple jobs and projects at once? A Portfolio Career is here to answer your questions. David Nebinski talks with people who have designed Portfolio Career that allows for growth, resiliency, and happiness. Tune in to learn how to create a Portfolio Career of your own. Let's have some fun!
 
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Freelancing is a great way to do work that you actually made. In this episode, you will learn how it can happen in a few different ways as a business owner, employee or soloprenuer. Jen Waldman and Peter Shepherd both consider themselves freelancers, while approaching the work with a different lenses to provide you multiple ideas and approaches to …
 
Growing a coaching business is hard work. For Nikki Goldman, she has been able to grow her B2B coaching business, I/O Coaching, by producing great work. She has been able to grow it largely without using social media. You also learn about how to have hard conversations and the future of Portfolio Careers. Excited for you to Build and Grow your Port…
 
Growing a coaching business is hard work. For Nikki Goldman, she has been able to grow her B2B coaching business, I/O Coaching, by producing great work. She has been able to grow it largely without using social media. You also learn about how to have hard conversations and the future of Portfolio Careers. Excited for you to Build and Grow your Port…
 
Jen remembers her former mentor, Martin Charnin, and tells Pete about what she learned from Martin about the art of paying attention. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are strategies one can use to pay attention in a more full way? What is the difference between soft focus and sharp focus? How might a person leave room for…
 
Sahil Lavingia's new book, The Minimalist Entrepreneur, provides a roadmap for a different path compared to the one painted by Silicon Valley. A few pillars are starting, creating content, and being active in community. These pillars can be viewed as foundational to building a Portfolio Career. In addition to being the CEO of Gumroad, Sahil is a pa…
 
Sahil Lavingia's new book, The Minimalist Entrepreneur, provides a roadmap for a different path compared to the one painted by Silicon Valley. A few pillars are starting, creating content, and being active in community. These pillars can be viewed as foundational to building a Portfolio Career. In addition to being the CEO of Gumroad, Sahil is a pa…
 
Pete brings Jen a new phrase this week, and they noodle together on the concept of what it means to share the stoke. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Why might it be important to share the things you are excited by with someone else? How might we share excitement with other people, about what they are doing? Is happiness only …
 
The world of work is changing. New roles and paths are being created daily. For Steph Smith and Calvin Rosser, they have decided to not pursue corporate ladder, but instead create their own path. They cohost The Shit You Don't Learn in School podcast and also work on other projects. If you are looking for proven approaches idea, frameworks, and how…
 
The world of work is changing. New roles and paths are being created daily. For Steph Smith and Calvin Rosser, they have decided to not pursue corporate ladder, but instead create their own path. They cohost The Shit You Don't Learn in School podcast and also work on other projects. If you are looking for proven approaches idea, frameworks, and how…
 
With their workloads ramping up over the past few weeks, Jen and Pete noodle on what to do and what questions to ask when there is so much to do. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might one manage their to-do lists? What questions can you ask yourself to realize and manage your priorities? What will the consequences be if s…
 
Freelancing is a great way to do work that you actually made. In this episode, you will learn how it can happen in a few different ways as a business owner, employee or soloprenuer. Jen Waldman and Peter Shepherd both consider themselves freelancers, while approaching the work with a different lenses to provide you multiple ideas and approaches to …
 
Pete and Jen noodle on the idea that it is our imperfections that connect us, and how sharing those imperfections may be an empathy tool. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Why (and when) is it important to share your imperfections? How might sharing an imperfection move a conversation forward, or create connection? Why is perfe…
 
In 2017, Paul Millerd left working for a consulting firm in New York. He has since been on the Pathless Path and designing his life around other things like writing and freelancing. Paul is now writing a new book called The Pathless Path to help normalize the path of going off the traditional or historical script. If you are looking to better under…
 
In 2017, Paul Millerd left working for a consulting firm in New York. He has since been on the Pathless Path and designing his life around other things like writing and freelancing. Paul is now writing a new book called The Pathless Path to help normalize the path of going off the traditional or historical script. If you are looking to better under…
 
Jen and Pete noodle on the difference between competition and competitiveness, opening up a discussion around how to be competitive without bringing other people down. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How can you be competitive without being an asshole? What steps might you take to improve your work within your industry? Why i…
 
Are you looking to jump-start your Portfolio Career? Podcasting has changed my life. It has helped me build and grow my Portfolio Career. In this episode, you will learn 30 reasons how podcasting could help your career. This episode is a follow-on to an earlier episode when I shared 15 reasons. Excited for you to build and grow your Portfolio Caree…
 
Are you looking to jump-start your Portfolio Career? Podcasting has changed my life. It has helped me build and grow my Portfolio Career. In this episode, you will learn 30 reasons how podcasting could help your career. This episode is a follow-on to an earlier episode when I shared 15 reasons. Excited for you to build and grow your Portfolio Caree…
 
Pete's been noodling on a quote from Derek Sivers, and asks for Jen's help with unpacking it: "If more information was the answer, we'd all be billionaires with perfect abs." Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What can you learn by revisiting books that you found meaningful in the past? Why is it important to take what you read …
 
We often told to find a job that looks good on paper. Unfortunately, many of those jobs are leading to a lack of fulfillment and excitement. Jen Glantz is the creator of the Odd Jobs newsletter, which profiles how you can find an "odd job." One that could be more exciting and rewarding for you. Her main business, Bridesmaid for Hire, is a service t…
 
We often told to find a job that looks good on paper. Unfortunately, many of those jobs are leading to a lack of fulfillment and excitement. Jen Glantz is the creator of the Odd Jobs newsletter, which profiles how you can find an "odd job." One that could be more exciting and rewarding for you. Her main business, Bridesmaid for Hire, is a service t…
 
After having made big decisions in her life recently, Jen noodles on a subject that Pete then creates a helpful acronym for: fear of the unknown. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might someone approach making a big decision? What questions could they ask themselves or others? Why might it be scary to take risks? And how mi…
 
Do you Google people before you met them? Turns out, pretty much everyone does that for you as well. Kim Kaupe is the creator of the brand new cohort-based course called Career Capital. In her course, Kim aims to help you improve how you show up when you are Googled. Kim is also an expert on using LinkedIn and Kim shares actionable tips for you in …
 
Do you Google people before you met them? Turns out, pretty much everyone does that for you as well. Kim Kaupe is the creator of the brand new cohort-based course called Career Capital. In her course, Kim aims to help you improve how you show up when you are Googled. Kim is also an expert on using LinkedIn and Kim shares actionable tips for you in …
 
Pete and Jen discuss a topic this week that they have never discussed with each other, but is very important to each of them: courage. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Is courage a practice? Why might it take courage to do the things we want to do? How might one cultivate courage? To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts…
 
When we seek support, we can open ourselves to new opportunities. For Victoria Song, she has worked over 25 coaches. She learned the coaching ins-and-outs and is now an advisor and coach to leading technology company entrepreneurs. After starting her career as a venture capitalist, she had an epiphany and want to help people be more heart-centered …
 
When we seek support, we can open ourselves to new opportunities. For Victoria Song, she has worked over 25 coaches. She learned the coaching ins-and-outs and is now an advisor and coach to leading technology company entrepreneurs. After starting her career as a venture capitalist, she had an epiphany and want to help people be more heart-centered …
 
In the reverse of last week’s episode, Jen interviews Pete and learns unexpected things about him that she never knew. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What was Pete’s childhood and family life like, and how has that shaped who he is today? What is the worst piece of advice that Pete has ever received? What will Pete want to b…
 
Launching a Cohort-Based Course for the first time could be very scary. When you are working full-time as well, it could seem even harder. For Sara Sodine Parr, she had thinking about creating a course in 2020. Her background and expertise is in customer research to help companies build products that users want. In the summer of 2021, she launched …
 
Launching a Cohort-Based Course for the first time could be very scary. When you are working full-time as well, it could seem even harder. For Sara Sodine Parr, she had thinking about creating a course in 2020. Her background and expertise is in customer research to help companies build products that users want. In the summer of 2021, she launched …
 
Changing up the format for this week, Pete interviews Jen and discovers new things about her that he never knew, even after one hundred and fifty five episodes! Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Who are some important people in Jen's life, and what has she learned from them? How did the beginning of her career affect what Jen i…
 
Writing one book is good for your career. But how about publishing 7 and writing 10? For Luca Dellanna, he likes the idea of having a portfolio of books and work to help different people in different ways. He also likes how this makes his career more antifragile. He is an expert on this topic and teaches an Antifragile Organizations Cohort-Based Co…
 
Writing one book is good for your career. But how about publishing 7 and writing 10? For Luca Dellanna, he likes the idea of having a portfolio of books and work to help different people in different ways. He also likes how this makes his career more antifragile. He is an expert on this topic and teaches an Antifragile Organizations Cohort-Based Co…
 
Fresh off a Think Week, Pete debriefs Jen on his process, what he learned, and many more interesting noodles. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is a Think Week? How might someone use five days to set themselves up for twelve months? How might we turn Think Week into Think Practice, which can be done more regularly? To hear…
 
When did you realize that could be a community builder? Laís de Oliveira believes that everyone has the capacity to do so, if we choose to do so. Professionally, the opportunities to do so are growing by the day. Laís is the author of the book, Hacking Communities, after she learned frameworks after somewhat stumbling into the community building fi…
 
When did you realize that could be a community builder? Laís de Oliveira believes that everyone has the capacity to do so, if we choose to do so. Professionally, the opportunities to do so are growing by the day. Laís is the author of the book, Hacking Communities, after she learned frameworks after somewhat stumbling into the community building fi…
 
Jen has coined a new term and fills Pete (and all of you listeners) in on all things Camp Syndrome. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What happens when during a camp (or a pandemic) you learn and change and then come back to your original environment? How might one bring change with them into a space that may not be ready for t…
 
If you knew that change was the constant, what would you do differently? April Rinne's new book called Flux: 8 Superpowers For Thriving in Constant Change helps you discover and adopt a new mindset and compass to move forward. One of the Superpowers is "Creating Your Portfolio Career." April was a prior podcast guest on the show also. In this episo…
 
If you knew that change was the constant, what would you do differently? April Rinne's new book called Flux: 8 Superpowers For Thriving in Constant Change helps you discover and adopt a new mindset and compass to move forward. One of the Superpowers is "Creating Your Portfolio Career." April was a prior podcast guest on the show also. In this episo…
 
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