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Brought to you by Virtual not Distant, the 21st Century Work Life podcast looks at leading and managing remote teams, online collaboration and working in distributed organisations. Join Pilar Orti, guests & co-hosts as they shine the spotlight on the most relevant themes and news relevant to the modern knowledge worker.
 
Get the real stories of how entrepreneurs, artists, heretics, authors, liberators, athletes, and innovators pursue their ideas and aspirations. From TED speakers, national broadcasters, New York Times best selling authors to Ultra-marathon runners and start-up CEO’s you’re guaranteed to be encouraged to swing for the fence in your own pursuits. Accept my invitation to: Do your best work Live the life you want to live Play a lot more
 
Welcome to Work Life Money with Ross Greenwood a new weekly one hour show. Ross Greenwood has covered finance and business matters in Australia and around the world for almost 30 years. He is the Nine Network's business and finance editor and was co-host of its former flagship current affairs program Sunday. His reporting assignments for Nine have taken him to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Following the success of Ross' Money News program, we have a weekend Show that focuses on work, lif ...
 
Proven Business Success Principles and Systems for Working Less, Making More Money, and Enjoying Better Work Life Balance. You will discover proven and practical ideas you can immediately apply in all areas of your business and personal life, so you can achieve your goals in the time frames you desire. Wouldn’t it be great if our ‘good intentions’ worked the way that we think they should? Not even enthusiasm guarantees positive results. There’s often a wide gap between our intentions and our ...
 
The Divas are five fabulous, forty-something women who intentionally formed a group of honest friends to support, encourage and empower each other to reach higher, keep growing, and have fun. When life gets overwhelming, true girlfriends help fill in the gaps for husbands and family. Relate to these "masterpieces of imperfection," Suzanne, Carrie, Amy, Julie and Sharon, in all their glory. Call in and communicate. Live, love and learn through the wisdom of women. The Diva Cast - come get you ...
 
A podcast for busy working moms! Create systems and routines so you can create balance that sticks. Ideas to help bring more bonding and presence to your motherhood. Time management tips, motherhood hacks, and ideas for the busy working mom. Also, interviews with busy working moms from around the world!---Working moms have a TON to balance between work, life, and everything in-between (which we all know encompasses a lot of things). This podcast is a community for busy working moms to learn, ...
 
How long have you got? Change the way you work in eight minutes. That's our promise to you, as viral productivity expert Deborah Ho and a hand-picked group of experts take you through the habits and hacks of super-successful people... fast. Time management, organisation, emails... whatever the thing that's holding you or your business back, we have eight minutes to help you solve it. This podcast is made in partnership with Optus Business. Great business starts with yes.
 
Welcome to Work Life Money with Ross Greenwood a new weekly one hour show. Ross Greenwood has covered finance and business matters in Australia and around the world for almost 30 years. He is the Nine Network's business and finance editor and was co-host of its former flagship current affairs program Sunday. His reporting assignments for Nine have taken him to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Following the success of Ross' Money News program, we have a weekend Show that focuses on work, lif ...
 
Does technology just keep us all chained to our desks, glued to our screens and slumped on our sofas, or can we harness it to help us all to move more, do more and feel happier, more energetic, focused and creative? eWorklife is about work, life and wellbeing: the podcast where we talk to researchers in the field about productivity, wellbeing and work-life balance. We talk to scientists and others who can help us make the most of our technology to get our work done, keep connected to others, ...
 
Welcome to the Faith and Enterprise Podcast, hosted by Rob Tribken. We seek ways to promote spiritual renewal in our work lives, and focus on topics such as spiritual practices that can help you in your work, developing a deeper sense of purpose and mission (your business or your work as a calling); overcoming stress and other aspects of a toxic workplace (burnout, anxiety, boredom, interpersonal conflict, unethical behavior, a bad boss); the spiritual aspects of leadership; and the ways tha ...
 
Join us on the Change Work Life podcast and let’s beat those Sunday evening blues! If the prospect of yet another five days at work gives you a sinking feeling on a Sunday evening, the Change Work Life podcast is for you. Through interviews with ordinary people who have taken action to change the path of their career, and the career coaches who helped them, host Jeremy Cline explores the changes you can make to enjoy a better working life, whether these changes are small alterations to day-t ...
 
The COVID pandemic has taken its toll on our time and mental wellbeing. Now more than ever we need real strategies and tools to keep us out of stress, anxiety, and overwhelm. In this podcast I deliver motivation and insights for you to take back control of your life and start intentionally living towards your values. The ultimate work life balance can only be achieved and maintained if we master our mindset. This means learning how to train our brains to react and respond to the automatic ne ...
 
NASA Engineer to startup founder. I help people balance business & family. God. Family. Startups. Tech. Health. I talk about everything from building your first business, to being a good dad to running an ethical business even when it’s tough. It’s not always pretty, but it’s always real. If you’re building a family and a business at the same time, I hope you’ll join me in the journey!
 
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What does your inbox look like? Is it full of unread messages, tidily organised or somewhere in between? Claire Murphy is a journalist and host of Mamamia's daily news podcast The Quicky, and she gets a lot of emails. But her inbox ends up empty by the end of every. Single. Day. She joins us to let us in on her tips for an immaculate inbox. GET IN …
 
Friends, today I wanna talk about how zigzag lines make for a better story. So, good story is not a straight line I heard a friend say just recently. And it really arrested my attention mostly because I wish it wasn't true. Intellectually I know this idea, like, it makes sense. Like when you listen to the arc of a story, the hero's journey, all of …
 
Caley earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Florida. For the past 11 years, she has worked in a variety of roles to serve families including: preschool teacher, early interventionist, behavior therapist, and now as a private consultant. Her most recent professio…
 
This podcast is brought to you by Virtual Not Distant in London (virtualnotdistant.com) where we help managers and teams transition to an office-optional approach. In today’s episode, Pilar and Maya kick off a series reflecting on Thinking Remote: Inspiration for Leaders of Distributed Teams, which was published in 2018 - a geological epoch ago, in…
 
On the eve of Mashed Potato Day here in the U.S., we are thankful for workplace besties. They keep us sane, make us laugh, and generally make work life better. In this special episode, we are excited to have B (Kay's work bestie) join us "in studio" to share stories and partake in all the podcast shenanigans. Indie Podcast spotlight: Everything We …
 
#115 - Career coach Lindsay Gordon explains how to find a job that’s a good fit for you and how you can use the interview process to assess if a potential employer’s values align with your own. What you'll learn [1:48] The common challenges analytically-minded people face when changing their careers. [2:58] How Lindsay became a qualified coach and …
 
We've all felt imposter syndrome. We've all felt like we're not worth it, or we're not good enough for the things we truly want. In life, we'll do anything for the ones we love. Many times though, we don't apply that same logic to ourselves. You have to show up for yourself and to do that you have to believe you're worth it. "What you decide in you…
 
Gratitude is proven to make you happier, healthier and invite more joy into your life. But something about the phrase "gratitude practice" can feel intimidating - like it has to be this whole, formal routine. Our lives are already so full, that finding time for a consistent gratitude practice seems like one more thing to squeeze in. Fortunately, gr…
 
Friends, this is Aaron, and I've been thinking. I've been thinking about the slippery slope, the slippery slope of...as humans, as leaders, we find ourselves in a place progressively over time far from where we intended to be or accidentally just waking up one day and finding that we're in a place that no longer looks familiar or is no longer desir…
 
Friends, this is Aaron. And I've been thinking. I've been thinking about to-do lists versus to-be lists. One of my mentors these last few years introduced me to the idea of a to-be list. I really shook my head at first. Like you mean like to be, as in like to be and to not be? What do you mean, to be? Well, she went on to talk about how each of us …
 
Today I want to share something more intimate with you about pain and living forward. Earlier this year, my family and I we honored the 10-year anniversary of our daughter Hadley's passing and her death in 2011. And I found myself for a couple months, just feeling the... I don't even know if weight is the right word, but just the honoring of the re…
 
Friends, today what's on my mind is piercing the veneer of outside things. Ernest Shackleton, infamous Antarctic explorer, at the turn of the century, the 19th century, did this expedition in Antarctica. His men famously were trapped in the sea ice over 23 months, they found their way back home, each of them living. And in his memoirs, he wrote cal…
 
Friends, I've been thinking, I've been thinking about dreaming bigger dreams. A friend of mine sent me a poem in the mail, a prayer over the summer. I've kept, keep going back and rereading these lines. And it reads, "Disturb me, Lord, when I am too well, pleased with myself, when my dreams have come true, because I have dreamed too little." So as …
 
Friends, I've been thinking about what does the world really need? Our world is pretty complex, complicated place these days, no matter what part of the globe you live on. And I've been thinking about how what the world really needs is more wholehearted humans. Two quotes to get us started. Parker Palmer. "I wanted more than a job. I wanted deeper …
 
Friends, I've been thinking about an idea that David Whyte wrote about. He titled it "The Economy of Presence." And he told the story in his book about this old sheepdog, Cymro in the Welsh countryside, and this dog, older of the bunch with limp, had a blind eye. He talked about how one ear's flopped over, one ear that's up is raised and black. And…
 
Today I've been thinking about developing an everyday muscle. I've been 600 days and counting now in this life experiment. So it feels like it's time to share it with you. So I've always wanted to be more consistent. Like, I would call like stone colds just steady. The person who like, skips all of the fussing and excuses, mini-dramas for why I do …
 
Friends, I've been thinking about writing it down by hand instead. In this world of digital texts, instant messages, DMs, emails, screenshots, emojis, and all kinds of other stuff that I don't even know what they are. What if we took out a piece of paper, a pen, tear out a page in a magazine. Locate your favorite stationery, go to a card store and …
 
Friends, I've been thinking, what can you not not do? Parker Palmer writes, "Vocation at its deepest level. This is something I can't not do, for reasons I'm unable to explain to anyone else, and don't fully understand myself, that that are nonetheless compelling." I love that. Such a generous, expansive invitation for us to consider, what can we n…
 
Friends, I've been thinking about the words of Saint Paul. He wrote this simple couple sentences that I've been meditating on for the last year and revisiting. He writes, "Make a careful exploration, make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been given, and sink yourself into that. Don't be impressed with yourself. Don't compa…
 
Finally, after years of saying she would release one, Rosie has released her Journal to Joy and is for sale for anyone that wants one. Rosie knew what she wanted inside the journal, but she wanted something fancy and luxurious as well, so she started working on Journal to Joy and this one is now exactly what she envisioned. We’ve discovered that wr…
 
You might have heard of the convergent mindset and the divergent mindset, also known as the creative and productive brain. But what does that actually mean? And how can you utilise both in your work? To break this down for us, we're joined by Anne Manning, founding partner at Drum Circle and an instructor of creative thinking and change leadership …
 
Today we have a very special guest with Cindy, the baby dietitian and she talks to us about all things nutrition for the first year of life. She believes in not following a diet, but that moderation and portion control are key and that having a diet full of variety is the best way to nourish your body. Cindy believes in only providing her readers w…
 
This week Jay and Kay are back at it, sharing some listener stories and going off on some tangents. Topics include being introverted, hoarding beer, GoT spoilers, dealing with the public, how frustrated Jay gets at home improvement stores, and yet another sewage related story. Indie Podcast spotlight: Finding Monster Right Send your workplace stori…
 
In this episode we’re talking about all the big stuff you need to know in preparing your home for the baby, and then we’ll be looking at the next couple of installments of this like the baby bag and such. There are a number of things you’re going to need to purchase if you’re having your first baby, such as a cot for them to sleep in, and a car if …
 
#114 - BitLift founder and cryptocurrency expert Gerbz describes what went wrong when he sold his business and started to work in corporate, how he switched things up and how diving down the cryptocurrency rabbit hole has enabled him to take control of his destiny. What you'll learn [01:40] Gerbz explains the premise of BitLift and what the goal is…
 
It can feel good to have options, but it's typically fear that sets us back from choosing an option, or a direction. When we're making a pivot or looking at our career long-term, we have to identify what it is we love to do, and balance that with our ideal role. Finding a new direction doesn't have to be difficult, but it has to be well-thought-out…
 
With two successful businesses, two small children and an ever-growing list of responsibilities, it's no wonder Rhiannon Bosse calls herself a Time Magician. But for Rhi, time management isn't about crossing more stuff off a list. Instead, she's focused on making memories and finding beauty in life's simple pleasures. Rhi shares how she navigates h…
 
You know the drill. You start a meeting full of good intentions to keep things on track to not waste anyone's time. But things can get away from you. So how do you make the most of meetings, and everyone's limited time? The answer, of course, is create an agenda! To give some tips on creating the best agenda you can, we're joined by Darren Chait, t…
 
Today we have the privilege of speaking with Claire Falconer who is a PT, Yoga, Functional Medicine and Nutrition coach, helping mothers stay healthy through pregnancy. Men’s bodies don’t change much over short periods of time, so they don’t have to worry about what they should be doing health wise at a given time of the month, whereas women’s bodi…
 
This podcast is brought to you by Virtual Not Distant in London (virtualnotdistant.com) where we help managers and teams transition to an office-optional approach. In today’s episode host Pilar Orti speaks with Corine Tan from emotional wellbeing platform Kona. They discuss their recently published Remote Manager Report 2021, and the product they h…
 
Jay and Kay get into a very colorful array of conversations with Amanda and Josh from the Super Familiar with The Wilsons podcast. Discussions of anchovies, getting old, how un-woke the 90s were, and many other topics were had. Join us on this incredibly entertaining journey! Send your workplace stories to fmwlpod@gmail.com or leave a voicemail on …
 
when you’re apart, you’re still both creating momentum toward the same goals, whereas when you’re out of sync, you’re often working on separate goals that don’t complement each other. You want to pay attention to the immediate things that need to be done today to reach your overall, bigger picture goals, and this can often be a solution to when you…
 
#113 - The lines between work and home life have become blurred during the pandemic as more people work from home, sometimes whilst simultaneously looking after children. Against that backdrop, it’s no wonder people are feeling burnt out. In this interview, Destiny Spurrell of Soul Spark explains the phases of burnout and provides effective methods…
 
As a job seeker, rejection is part of the process. Fortunately, there are specific ways to improve your chances of landing an interview, and the resume is one of the most difficult things for job seekers to get right. What is left out of your resume is equally as important as what is on it. Also, how you describe your skills and experience on the r…
 
Jess Aiken is living the dream. Well, she's living HER dream. She's running a successful wedding planning business with a team of 12 - even through the rollercoaster of Covid-19 cancellations. She's married to her high school sweetheart with a sweet baby on the way. What's her secret? Systems and Processes. Find out how setting up systems and captu…
 
Waking up early is part of many successful people's day. But how can you integrate early mornings into your routine, in a sustainable way? Laura Vanderkam has the answers. She's a writer and podcaster, and author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: How to Achieve More at Work and at Home. She joins us to shed some light on why w…
 
Adam went to park somewhere and saw that everyone else was parked badly, so he was going to park the same way, but then Rosie told him that just because everyone is parked terribly doesn’t make it right for you to do the same. Adam was in a mood where he wanted the drama that the situation would cause, but Rosie wasn’t reacting dramatically and was…
 
In this episode we have Janet Corrington, who is a counselor, neurofeedback brain trainer, step parent, foster parent, and adoptive parent and we’re going to be talking about the difference between fostering and adopting. She tells us about foster parenting and how the government is often quite involved while you’re taking care of kids. They have a…
 
#112 - How future-proof is your job? What effect will the rise in automation have on your industry? How will the gig economy and globalisation affect your chosen career? Researcher and writer Tristram Hooley shares how you can anticipate changes in the labour market and stay employable for the future. What you'll learn [4:23] How career opportuniti…
 
The majority of us are not trained in negotiation. When we think about negotiating, we think about sales, confrontation, and a lot of back and forth. Luckily, when you're interviewing for a job it's possible to simplify your negotiation to make it work for you, and the potential employer. It's your job as an interviewee to establish your salary ran…
 
Being a good communicator helps us make the most of our time, build connection with others, and get our point across. But so often when we think about communication, we just think about the part where it’s our turn to talk. While talking is pretty important for a good conversation, it’s actually listening that makes all the difference. Communicatio…
 
Saying yes to absolutely everything in life can lead to burn out, as our guest Grace Jennings-Edquist discovered. The author of The Yes Woman: How To Reclaim Your Power By Finally Saying No, Grace breaks down how saying 'yes' to the right things can lead to more opportunities and balance in your work and personal life. CREDITS: Host: Deborah Ho Wit…
 
Most everyone is guilty of procrastination, including ourselves, so we wanted to share some ideas on how we’ve been able to get ahead and take action so that we don’t get behind. It’s so easy to fall out of routine or habit when you decide one day to put it off or just not do it, but you get the energy to do something by doing that thing. It’s so m…
 
This podcast is brought to you by Virtual Not Distant in London (virtualnotdistant.com) where we help managers and teams transition to an office-optional approach. Today’s episode features Tammy Bjelland founder and CEO of Workplaceless, and features a deep-dive into their new product Placeless Coach. Tammy talks to Pilar about the background to Wo…
 
I'm a tradition-lover through and through, but I know not everyone has as much fun as I do coming up with traditions. Thanksgiving is a time where there are traditions, but no where near as many as Christmas. I think that should change! Thanksgiving is the perfect time to be grateful, to teach our kids about generosity, to show compassion to others…
 
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