FINE-TUNE THE MOST IMPORTANT INSTRUMENT OF YOUR CAREER: YOU!

The most important instrument of your career is you. Therefore, you must work to stretch beyond your comfort zone, fine-tune what you have to offer, and do so continuously.


My goal is to help you achieve your career goals through continuous self-directed learning, self-motivation, and self-discovery. I want to push you beyond your self-imposed limits while emphasizing your role as the owner of your career.


Stretch. Fine Tune. Repeat. 

Gustavo

 
 

June 4, 2020

My guest this episode is Brad Kogut, VP Head of Global Corporate Talent Acquisition, Diversity and Inclusion for WWE. Brad shares some of the essential elements needed to start a D&I program within our companies, helping employers move away from affirmative action as t...

June 2, 2020

My guest this episode is Dana Vogelmeier, a workplace culture strategist and leader developer. Dana and I discuss the difference between being a manager vs a leader, as well as what leaders should do with the objective of helping first-time leaders.

May 27, 2020

My guest this episode is Christopher Kurtz, Founder of Do Good. Be Kind, a non-profit dedicated to spreading the message of accountability to be the best version of ourselves and to doing good and being kind to one another. Chris shares with us how he started his organ...

May 23, 2020

In this episode, my guest is Jane Jackson, a career coach, author, blogger, and podcast host with 20 years of experience coaching individuals so they can achieve their career aspirations. Jane introduces us to her 7-Step C.A.R.E.E.R.S planning and execution process to...

May 22, 2020

My guest this episode is my colleague and "prima" Nicole Cora Garcia. Nicole and I have known each other for about 12 years. We are both working professionals, parents, and driven individuals. In the episode, we discuss how to focus on the things we can control in life...

May 16, 2020

My guest this episode is Michael Swiger, Executive Director of True Freedom Ministries. Michael and I discuss employing people who have left prison, the challenges they face, and how employers can help to eliminate the prison penalty.

May 13, 2020

My guest this episode is Gus Lawson, Networking & Career Management Coach. Gus explains the importance of networking but breaks it down to help us "rethink" what it is and how we should go about it.

May 9, 2020

My guest this episode is Janine Morris, from GlobalMind Solutions, LLC. Janine will share with us what personal branding is and how we can define it to help us with our job search and career.

May 6, 2020

My guest this episode is John Bernatovicz, founder of Willory, a staffing and HR consulting firm. We discuss remote work, which John has had since he founded his firm 10 years ago. John shares his thoughts on where we are with remote work and who will drive it in the f...

May 3, 2020

My guest in this episode is Tim Sackett, President at HRU Technical Resources and author of "The Talent Fix, A Leader's Guide to Recruiting Great Talent+." During the first half of the episode, we discuss his book, his thoughts on Talent Acquisition, what employers are...

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