LIVELIHOOD SHOW features the stories of people who are pathfinders in the New Economy, reinventing how they make a living and make a difference. Host Marcy Rosenbaum interviews guests who share their personal struggles, surprising choices and unexpected opportunities as they adapt to changes in the economic and social environment and navigate unfamiliar career paths.
Marcy interviews writers, bloggers, authors and career coaches with innovative perspectives on work, careers and entrepreneurship. Listeners discover their untapped resources and reawaken a sense of purpose, passion and mastery in their working life.
Ernie Urquhart, built a career by making choices, not waiting to be chosen. And when he found his path hidden by unplanned and unexpected events, he found a way to continue to tell his personal career path story. Ernie’s a role model for the facing the truth and finding the personal meaning inside the story. Learn more about Urquhart's story by listening to this week's podcast!
Join our conversation this week with Drew Borsz, whose career path took him outside the usual business world.
Imagine this as your resume: Special Forces Green Beret. Senior Noncommissioned Officer/Senior Communications Sergeant on an “A Team” in the Middle East.
In order to build a successful and satisfying personal career path, we need to be paying attention. What’s going on around me? How am I doing? What do I want?
Are you stuck in a rut? Are you unhappy in your job? So are a majority of employees, even those who feel fortunate to have a job.
This week our Livelihood host Marcy Rosenbaum and guest Zen Master Bon Soeng (Jeff Kitzes) discuss what you can do when you feel you’re living someone else’s plan for your life. Enjoy this week's inspirational show.
What do Dungeons and Dragons; the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum; and the creation of the Good Samaritan Medal all have in common? Our guest this week, Micheal Singer Dobson!
What do you do when you don’t know what to do? Rex Knowles and Sherry Landrum have an answer to the question. How do they know this? They teach the skills of improvisation.
This week, our guest is Larry Powell from San Antonio,Texas. He has experience as an employee– his most recent corporate role was Vice President of Human Resources at the Psychology Corporation in San Antonio, Texas.