Have you ever created a vision board to help you really stay focused on the things you want to achieve? I have, but in this episode, I really take a look at the benefits of 'having a vision' verses not. Also, there is some great News and Updates on my first tentative steps into the world of editing and publishing.
In this episode, we have our LONGEST EVER Conversational Chaos with the return of Brandy Ober and first-time guest Alexis Peluso. This one gets really chaotic as it's all about stupid boys! We also have a great post of the week about how Normal People struggle in the professional world because they are... well... Normal. Don't forget to listen after the end credits for some funny outtakes.
In this episode, we bring back the News and Updates segment because we have updates about finally reaching a huge milestone for Peluso Presents! We also have a great conversation chaos segment with Brandy Ober. Don't forget to check out the bloopers after the end credits too...
There are parallels for making connections, long term connections, in our personal and our professional lives. Today's show talks about putting down these roots and how our careers can benefit from them. There is also an initial review of Assasins Creed Odyssey in the Media Musings segment.
A trip to the zoo last year influenced this episode about how Zoo's and other public-serving non-profit institutions are becoming more predatory with their income generating techniques. The show returns with a Conversational Chaos segment (that's not too chaotic) with my wife Michele about the topic too!
Lists are a great tool for accomplishing things. This episode explores lists and all the ways they can empower us.
We are living in a world where AI and Automation are careening into each other and in the process, the impact is changing the very structure of humanity. It's all happening right before our eyes and employers are taking notice and as always leveraging change to drive productivity. This show attempts to answer the question: What happens when AI managed self-driving cars collides with the world of work?
Going back old school with an episode that focuses 100% on the post of the week. In this case, we have a tremendously dense exploration of the Herzberg motivators and hygiene factors theory as it relates to today's professional. What do you need to be satisfied at work and in life? What causes stress and discomfort when it's something needed at work isn't there?
We have a short show for you this week, with a quick intro, a Post of the Week that's really a rant on the culture change around cell phone acquisitions, and a rambling part 7 review of Red Dead Redemption 2.
This week we discuss family trips, crap bags, and annoying girls on the bus in our Conversational Chaos with Aldo. We also take have a fantastic post of the weak that explores all the Do's and Don'ts of starting a new job. Plus another look in our seemingly never-ending review of Red Dead Redemption II
This show includes a great dialog about one of the biggest conflicts between work and life, and it's that there is too much time needed for both work and life for modern families where both parents work outside the home. The crazy idea for a 3rd parent isn't actually all that crazy and has in fact been a model used for generations. It's just much harder to implement today. We also have a Media Musings segment / update on Red Dead Redemption 2.
In this Post of the Week Extravaganza, we replay no less than 8 posts of the week from 2018. There are six of the top five (one was a tie), and then two bonus PotW. This is a great introduction to all the writing at www.pelusopresents.com and a good intro to the sites commentary on the collision points between work and life.