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Happy New Year, and I wish you much Career Success in the coming year!

This is my first podcast for 2019 and I’m thrilled to say that, thanks to all of you, my listeners, this is my fourth year of podcasting!

I hope you had a fantastic Christmas new year and I’m very excited to kickstart 2019 with you and I want to say thank you to all of you for following me.

Before I launch into my new career tips for 2019. I have some exciting news and special offers for you.

Firstly, I have two amazing free offers for you. If you’re a job seeker I’m giving away my job search guide, “Find Your Dream Job – How to avoid the seven deadly mistakes of job seekers”. Click here to get it for free

If you want to attract to career opportunities or secure that job promotion in 2019, join my Masterclass (it’s free!) – The 3 Secrets to Personal Branding for Career Success.

It’s only 40 minutes long and in it I share valuable secrets on personal branding and how to attract what you deserve in your career. Sign up for the next masterclass at www.janejacksoncoach.com/3secrets.

Now, secondly, even more exciting news. I’m thrilled to have been invited to be on a panel of 20 career experts at the Follow Your Dream Summit that starts on the 14th January until the 4th February.

It’s free to register for this virtual summit. During it you will gain incredible insights from 20 career experts (and me!) on how to ensure career success by boosting your Mindset, Identifying your Goals and learning what you need to do to Pursue your Passion.

This will be delivered to you over 21 amazing days. So why not sign up for it at www.followyourdreamssummit.com/JaneJackson

Thirdly, there’s even more exciting news and this is where I need your help… Your Career Podcast, is up for the Australian Podcast Awards and I’m delighted as I was also awarded top 50 career podcast by Mac’s list in the US in 2017 and 2018 plus I was honored to be named top 20 career podcast globally by Feedspot in 2018.

I’m keeping my fingers crossed for good news at the Australian podcast awards in May in Sydney. But I need your help. Would you vote for me? If you like this podcast, please vote at http://bit.ly/YourCareerAusPodAwards

Okay. So let’s set your intentions for career success in 2019. Because we’re into the new year now and you know what? I don’t know if this happens to you, but usually the first month of any new year sees so many of us making New Year’s resolutions. Did you make yours?

There’s usually a huge annual pilgrimage back to the gym.

On the 5th January I headed off to the gym with great intentions of getting back into dance and aerobic fitness because, as you know, years ago I was a fitness instructor.As the years have gone by, I have lost that fitness level but I really miss dancing, so I entered a Sh’Bam class which was so much fun and it felt great, but I couldn’t walk the next day as I overdid it.

After many years of marathon running and high impact aerobics and plenty of overuse, I realize that I can’t do this now. I need to take it easy and set a realistic fitness goal. So my fitness goal is to power walk for 20 to 30 minutes every morning instead, and so far, so good because I don’t have any injuries from that.

Now what about you? I hope your fitness goals are going well for the year, but you know, when it comes to resolutions I find they tend to fall by the wayside quite quickly.

And so what I’d rather do and I think might be helpful for you to is to focus on INTENTIONS instead. So have you thought about your intentions for 2019?

As you now, I’m a career coach and I work one on one with career transition clients to guide them towards career success, and I also deliver a number of career management and career transition group workshops, plus LinkedIn training in a corporate environment. I’m happy to say that setting career goals as a firm trend every time a new year arrives, and research has found that 45 percent of us will be investing in upskilling this year for career success.

And 37 percent plan to be more outspoken and take control of their ambitions at work. And 16 percent of us are committed to expanding upon our professional network. So is this what you’re planning as well?
I’d like to suggest three intentions to help you progress in your career this year. What do you think? So let’s. Let’s start with intention number one.

Intention Number One is your learning potential is your earning potential. According to research by Goodhabitz, the biggest career trend tip for 2019 is personal development.

However only 10 percent of organizations globally are taking on full scale projects, what does this mean for you? It means that if your organization isn’t able to provide you with the training that you really want, you have to take matters into your own hands.

If you want to get stuff done, really the person to rely on is you. Okay? So how are you going to get stuff done? You need to take control of your own education. Do you want support to take control of your career? I think most of you probably do.

The Career Academy Online is a free membership site where you will gain access to career resources and training your personal and professional development. It’s free to join.

Intention Number Two. Banish self limiting beliefs and trust yourself.

You know that self limiting belief that sits on your shoulder telling you, oh, you can’t do it, or you don’t have the experience. Oh, you’re too young or you’re too old. You know all of that. Let’s get rid of it. High self esteem and confidence is a key component of your success, so whether you are a man or a woman, a dip in your competence level can have dramatic effects on how you’re perceived out there in the marketplace and what you achieve at work.

Now I’m on a mission to help you to grow your belief in your ability to handle life’s little and big challenges by assisting you to become resilient.

I’ve gone through so many tough things in life and some of you may already know that, you know, over over three year period I went through just about every one of life’s major challenges and stressors, including a country move, a divorce, financial concerns, having to find another job all around the same time period and my stress level was so high that I honestly didn’t know how I would be able to handle it, but I learned to develop resilience.

Despite the knock backs that I experienced, I thought, no, I’m not going to let it beat me. We’ve all, we all experienced knockbacks, and I’ve had plenty in my life but it’s how we deal with those setbacks that form our character, setbacks are character building and every setback, look at it as an opportunity to develop resilience.

To help you bounce back you can explore an online program that I’ve created for you called How to Build Confidence in The Careers Academy Online.

Intention Number Three is to build your network because it is your net worth. The people you know, the tribe you build around you who lift you up, are the people will help you to be successful in your career, and when people hear the word network, I know that word ‘networking’ causes many of my clients to to cringe, but only initially.

Networking is, and this is important to remember: building genuine relationships. It’s not selling, it’s not pitching. It’s the opportunity to get to know another person. Remember how good it feels to make a new friend. Do you remember the last time you made a new friend? You must develop mutual trust and respect for each other – that always takes a bit of time, doesn’t it?

And then, and only then, may career and business opportunities arise out of that relationship.

You know, we like to deal with people that we know, like, and trust. So when you’re networking, just thinking about making a friend, making a connection, see if there’s a bit of synergy between you.

The primary focus when you’re networking is to get to know the other person, the real person behind the facade of being a professional, ‘a very important person’, right? We’re all genuine human beings, so why not? Let’s get to know each other. Human being to human being.

We all have the same worries, the same concerns. We all have self limiting beliefs. I know I certainly have them, but over the years, having developed resilience, if my self limiting beliefs start to rear their ugly heads, I just say stop it and get on with stuff.

I read this book by Mel Robbins. I can highly recommend it. It’s called The 5 Second Rule. Anytime you’re feeling a little worried about something and you think, oh, I’m going to be talking myself out of this very quickly, use the five second rule, go: five, four, three, two, one, and DO IT! You know, like five, four, three, two, one, blast off.

So if you start to think, oh, I’m wavering a little bit and I really want to go and introduce myself to someone, but the more you think about it, the less likely you’re going to do it. Just say to yourself, five, four, three, two, one, and then just do it. I do this when I’m lying in bed in the morning and I’m supposed to go and have my power walk. I can easily say, ‘I’ll just hit the snooze button again, or rollover and have a little bit more sleep.’

But if I say to myself, five, four, three, two, one, and leap out of bed, it’s more likely that I’m going to get that power walk over and done with. So far it’s working.

So let’s think about what we’re going to do when it comes to networking. Just want to tell you about #LinkedInLocalSydney events.

They’re so popular. I’ve been co hosting them with the lovely Jillian Bullock for over a year now. We hold them every month and at our events you can be the star of the show. However, the focus is on making authentic connections and a warm and friendly environment. We always tell people no schmoozing. No selling, no pitching, just come make some friends. So if you want to know when the next events are on, follow me on Linkedin because I always post when the next ones are on.

We’ve got one on the 30th of January and then after that there’ll be one on the 26th February.

Expanding your network online. It’s a wonderful thing, isn’t it? Linkedin’s great. And then taking those online connections offline is what solidifies the relationship. So combining both is the perfect way to fulfill the third intention, which is your network is your net worth and you’re going to expand your net network this year.

I’d love to hear how you so so post a comment and tell me how you’re going with it.

Just a reminder about my Group Mastermind Sessions which will be held once a month.

So anyone who registers to join the mastermind can send me their questions in advance and I’ll answer them during our mastermind session. They are on every second Monday of each month from 8:00 to 9:00 PM. I’m excited for our inaugural group mastermind. So why not join me next time and find out how I can support your personal development intentions.

If you’re a careers academy member, you get huge discounts on my coaching sessions and a massive discount on the group mastermind coaching sessions too, so hop over to www.thecareersacademy.online – it’s free to join. Love to see you there!

Let’s make 2019 a happy, healthy, and successful year. I want it to be a joyous one for you!

Coming up next in my next episodes will be interviews with Bernard Kassab, a marketing specialist with an interesting career journey, and the very inspirational Victoria Rose. She’s a live streaming video specialist and there’s plenty to learn from her so I can’t wait for you to listen in to what we discuss!

And so until next time, stay happy, stay healthy. And may 2019 be a wonderful year for you.

If you enjoyed this podcast, look for your career podcast on iTunes and leave a review and for all the career management support you need to create your dream career. Visit www.janejacksoncoach.com. Isn’t it time you found your dream job?

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Here we are into a New Year and, as always, the first month of any New Year sees many of us making New Year resolutions and an annual pilgrimage back to the gym.

Yes, that was me on the 5th January – I headed off to my local gym with great intentions of getting back into dance and aerobic fitness, enjoyed a fabulous SH’BAM class, felt great and … couldn’t walk the next day as, in my enthusiasm, I overdid it. 



My issue is that my knees are rather weak after many years of marathon running, high impact aerobics and overuse, so I’ve decided to take it easy instead, and my realistic fitness goal is to power-walk for 20-30 minutes every morning instead. So far so good and no injuries!

I’ve found that resolutions tend to fall by the wayside quite quickly so, for career success, I like to focus on INTENTIONS instead. 

Have you thought about your career intentions for 2019?

As a Career Coach I work one-on-one with career transition clients and deliver empowering Career Confidence group workshops in a corporate environment.

That’s why I’m happy to say that setting career goals is a firm trend when the new year arrives and research has found that 45% of us will be investing in up-skilling this year, 37% plan to be more outspoken and take control of their ambitions at work, and 16% are committed to expanding upon our professional network.

So, I’d like to suggest 3 intentions to help you progress in your career this year.

And for something extra, here’s a 3-minute video I recorded on New Year’s Eve 2018, just after I moved into my new home, to wish you well and also to discuss a number of positive intentions that will benefit you in the year ahead:

Setting Your Career and Life Intentions for 2019 - YouTube

1. Set Your Intention: Your Learning Potential is Your Earning Potential

According to research by GoodHabitz, the biggest career trend tipped for 2019 is personal development. After Family (66%), A Quiet Life (50%), Experiences/Travelling (46%) and Free time/Hobbies (40%), (which are personal values) the top priority for respondents professionally is: Personal Development/Putting my talents to use  (35%) above salary, contribution to the world, social contacts, an exciting life and career.

However, only 10% of organisations globally are taking on full-scale projects to up-skill their workers.

What does that mean for you? 

It means that, if your organisation isn’t able to provide you with the training you desire, you have to take matters into your own hands.

Take control of your own education. Do you want support to take control of your career? The Careers Academy Online is a free membership site where you will gain access to career resources and training for your professional and personal development. 

In the Academy you will find a free ‘How to Get a Job’ online course, numerous free guides and also special offers on ‘How to Write a Resume’, ‘Personal Branding for Career Success’ online programs and much, much more.

Is your intention to develop personally and professionally this year? Then take action and make Your Learning Potential Your Earning Potential.

2.  Set Your Intention: Banish Self-Limiting Beliefs and Trust Yourself

High self-esteem and confidence is a key component of success.  Whether you are a man or a woman, a dip in your confidence level can have dramatic effects on how you are perceived, and what you achieve at work.

I am on a mission to help you to grow your self-belief, develop your ability to handle life’s little (and big) challenges by assisting you to become resilient.

Yes, we all experience setbacks (and I have had many in my life) however it’s how we deal with those setbacks that form our character. Every setback is an opportunity to develop resilience.

To help you bounce back, in The Careers Academy Online you have the opportunity to explore ‘How to Build Confidence’ – an online program I created to help you through those challenging times and ensure your intention: Banish Self-Limiting Beliefs and Trust Yourself is fulfilled.  

3.  Set Your Intention: Build Your Network – Your Net Worth

I know … the word ‘networking’ causes many of my clients to cringe … initially! They think that networking is ‘schmoozing’ or behaving like a sycophant for personal gain.  But, believe me, networking is neither of those!

Networking is building genuine relationships – not selling, not pitching, it’s the opportunity to get to know another person.  (Remember how good it feels to make a new friend?)

If you develop mutual trust and respect with each other then, and only then, may career or business opportunities arise out of the relationship.

The primary focus when networking is to GET TO KNOW THE OTHER PERSON – the real person behind the façade of ‘being a professional business person.’ 

We are all genuine human beings.  Let’s get to know each other, human to human!

This is why #linkedinlocalsydney events are so popular.  I co-host these events with Jillian Bullock, and at our events you can be the star of the show (if you wish) however, the focus is on making authentic connections in a warm and friendly environment. 

No schmoozing allowed! 

Follow me LinkedIn for the links to book our next events (scheduled for 30 Jan, 26 Feb, 15 May, 14 Aug and 27 Nov 2019).

Expanding your network online is a wonderful thing and then taking those online connections ‘offline’ solidifies the relationship.  Combining both is the perfect way to fulfil your intention: Your Network is Your Net Worth. 

In The Careers Academy Online you also get the opportunity to network no matter where you are in the world through my monthly Group Mastermind Sessions

I personally host these career-coaching sessions, and provide coaching and advice in a small group setting.  Join me and find out how I can support your personal development intentions!

I’m looking forward to hearing any other intentions you set for yourself this year – please pop them in the comments below.

And I hope to ‘meet’ you in The Careers Academy Online too!   It’s free to join and I provide a treasure trove of content and value to enhance your career. 

Let’s make 2019 a happy, healthy and successful year!

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Matija Squire is a talented young entrepreneur with a big heart and a desire to experience all that life has to offer.

In this podcast episode, Matija shares her career journey from her early days as a young Mum at the age of 17, to taking control of her life and career at 19 by travelling to Japan, learning Japanese and becoming a Japanese teacher.

She has also experienced corporate life in accounts and sponsorship coordination in Sydney, before deciding to transition into entrepreneurship.

Listen to Matija Squire’s fascinating career journey, how she is able to manage her time effectively to be a great Mum, wife, and also build a successful business. Find out how her amazing business, The Paradigm Effect, came to fruition!

As the Founder of The Paradigm Effect and now a well-known LinkedIn Personality, Matija has a strong belief in the power of owning your story and having an authentic personal brand.

Matija loves supporting other start-ups and SME’s through her LinkedIn interview series and is always working on creative new projects, running monthly collaborative workshops on various topics from LinkedIn Branding to Emotional Intelligence and Leadership.

Where to find Matija

Website www.theparadigmeffect.com.au

Twitter @theparadigmau

To attract opportunities in your business and in your career, join my FREE MASTERCLASS “3 Secrets to Personal Branding for Career Success” – register today!

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Christmas is coming – are you a job seeker facing a career crisis?

If your career is in crisis, should you keep up your job search efforts over the Christmas season? Or should you forget about it until the New Year?

Are you having these thoughts?

1 “Will I miss out on a job opportunity if I scale back my marketing efforts during Christmas?”

2 “I’m so tired, would I be wrong to take a break and just relax during this time?”

3 “Is there any point in approaching recruiters or networking for a job when everyone is gearing up for Christmas and family time?”

As your circumstances are different from anyone else, I can’t tell you what’s right for you. However, I can give you some options.

You must decide what’s best for YOU while others are knocking back the eggnog or Christmas cocktail.  (Speaking of which, you may like to try one of the Christmas cocktail recipes from Cosmopolitan after reading the rest of this article.  The link is at the end. The Smore’s Tradition looks delicious!)

Here are your Christmas Career and Job Seeking options:

1.             Give it a break and focus on family over Christmas and hit the job hunt again towards the end of January.

If you are feeling totally over it and burnt out over the job search process, you need to recharge your batteries, clear your head and have some down time. If you have enough financial resources to tide you through for the next 4-6 months, this is a viable option.

If you keep at it when you’re exhausted and lacking confidence, you will do yourself a disservice whenever you speak with potential decision makers.  Make sure you project a professional image and brand and network with potential decision makers, recruiters and those who can link you to the right people when you are well prepared and in a positive mindset.

Join my FREE Masterclass ‘3 Secrets to Personal Branding for Career Success‘ in which I provide 40 minutes of supportive inspiration from the comfort of your own home.  Register for a time that suits or join in today by clicking here and attract your dream job.

2.             Keep expanding your professional network, meet recruiters who are open to discussing opportunities in the New Year.

Do this if you are still feeling energetic, positive and clear about what you have to offer your target audience.  There are more social events at this time of year which provide more networking opportunities. People are usually more open to having exploratory conversations as they are feeling Christmas cheer.  Line up meetings for the 2nd week of January onwards so you can hit the ground running after the silly season!

You may increase your chances of success as other job seekers may have decided to act on Option 1.

3.             Sharpen Your Axe so you’re ready to clear the way to success in the New Year

Abraham Lincoln said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”

Do the following if you know that you still need to prepare yourself well for the job search.

·       Update your resume or CV with your tangible accomplishments. Click here for resume tips.

·       Update your LinkedIn profile with a powerful tagline, craft a compelling summary with key words to enhance your SEO. Upload a professional photo, request for recommendations and share interesting articles about your area of expertise in relevant groups. Click here for top LinkedIn tips you can implement over the Christmas period. 

·      Research the industries and companies you want to target. Find out the latest developments. Identify the key executives you need to meet.

·      Make a networking list of people you must contact. Ask for an appointment for a conversation for advice and guidance in the New Year. This will get you closer to your target audience – the decision maker.

·      Join an industry association, chamber of commerce or networking group.  Here’s where you’ll meet like-minded professionals who will inspire you

·      Write short articles on your area of expertise and post them on a personal blog or on to Pulse on LinkedIn. This will make you more ‘Google-able’. If you are in serious contention for a role it is likely the screener will Google you or look for you on LinkedIn

Give yourself a Christmas present! My book,  Navigating Career Crossroads is a #1 Amazon Australia best seller.  In this book I guide you through 7 essential steps to make a successful career transition to get that job. It will certainly help you to sharpen your axe and prepare yourself well to launch your job search marketing campaign in the New Year!

Which of these suggestions will work best for you? Do you have other ideas? Comment below and I’ll help you.

Now, back to those Christmas Cocktails I promised earlier for a little extra Cheer:

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/food-cocktails/g2586/christmas-cocktails/ . Check out #5 – S’mores Tradition with Remy Martin XO – that one looks good and is an adult version of toasted marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers!

Have a happy and safe holiday season and may 2019 bring you much happiness, good health and career success.

Jane x

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Heidi Yi Author

Heidi Yi is a very special lady who has experienced many extremely challenging life transitions with grace and determination.

Heidi is a breast cancer survivor, author and entrepreneur.

In this podcast episode Heidi shares her career journey and also shares honestly and openly about how she overcame the life changing diagnosis of breast cancer.

This entrepreneurial professional is the founder and manufacturer of Heidi Yi mineral makeup, is a makeup artist turned author, and has learned the hard way how to scale a business by working smarter, not harder.

Heidi is the author of 6 important books and credits much of her success to Linda Diggle, her publishing consultant from Book Boffin:

1. The DeTerminator: From Powder Puff to Chemo – Heidi’s Personal Journey Through Cancer

2. Big Tips For Small Business: The Key Success Habits and Insights of Starting and Growing a Small Business (in Australia)

3. How to SELF-PUBLISH Your First Book: A Simple and Inexpensive Guide to Self-Publishing Your First Book (from someone who took the not-so-easy, sometimes expensive, route)

4. How to WRITE Your First Book: A Simple and Effective Guide to Writing Your First Book (from someone who had no confidence in writing)

5. Pro Makeup and Essential Skincare for Everyday Beauty: The Essential Tools and Professional Techniques You Too Can Achieve Every Day

6. Let’s Talk Foundation! The Essential Foundation Makeup Guide for Asian Women

Dedicated to social causes, Heidi also donates 10% of profits from her book sales to help the homeless through Access Street Vans in Brisbane. Heidi has been involved with Access Street Vans since 1999.

Where to find Heidi:

Website: www.heidiyi.com

If you enjoyed this episode, listen to ‘How to Write a Book‘ now

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We all know Batman as the ‘Caped Crusader’ who fights crime and makes the world a better place. Well, James Beeston sees himself as a ‘Financial Crusader’ who destroys the illusion that Finance is dark art to the non-financial community.

No matter what many of you think, accountants are NOT boring!

This Birmingham based accountant is creative, innovative and he sings (albeit not that well, however, he CAN play the guitar!) There is a lot more to this CPA qualified professional than meets the eye and his eye is on Melbourne, Australia! Who’s going to give him a chance to prove himself in Australia?

Reach out to James directly to find out more about what he can do for your business.

Click here, or the image below, and be taken to James’ LinkedIn post and decide for yourself whether he can sing (never mind about the accounting for a few minutes)!

I noticed James Beeston’s creative LinkedIn posts a month or so ago with his #HireThisPom hashtag, and decided that it’s time his creative job search efforts are acknowledged.

Here are James’ lyrics to his ‘Hire This Pom‘ song:

I know that I can’t sing, but accounting is my thing, maybe you come and can help me out today I know about this place, called Melbourne yeah it’s ace, and this is where I want to come and play


So hire this pom, cause he’s from Birmingham, make his dreams become reality So hire this Pom, you know you won’t be wrong, give me a chance to show my quality

Verse 2

CIMA and CPA, I’ll take your stress away, would you please just sponsor me today I’ll increase efficiency, while counting the money, I’ll email you my CV straight away


So hire this pom, cause he’s from Birmingham, make his dreams become reality So hire this Pom, you know you won’t be wrong, give me a chance to show my quality

Verse 3

KPIs and board reports or operational support, I can do these things yeah I guarantee Singin this song may be strange, I’m adaptable to change, but I’ve not written this just to sound funny


So hire this pom, cause he’s from Birmingham, make his dreams become reality So hire this Pom, you know you won’t be wrong, give me a chance to show my quality

Where to find James:




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I am honoured that YOUR CAREER Podcast is ranked number 10 within this incredible cohort of Career podcasts globally.

Having created this podcast for people who are looking for a job, seeking career advice or looking for career coaching support, to receive this honour for my career podcast is a truly humbling.

I’ve interview amazing professionals who have made fascinating career changes and provide many career advice episodes.  Topics include how to build your self confidence, to how to write a resume, networking techniques and how to ace your job interview.

As a Career Coach, based in Sydney, Australia, it is my pleasure to provide a valuable service to all who need career guidance and advice.

So how are the top career podcasts chosen by Feedspot?

Top 20 Career Podcasts

Last Updated Nov 14, 2018

The Best Career Podcasts are chosen from thousands of Career Podcasts on the web using search and social metrics.

These podcasts are ranked based on following criteria

  • Google reputation and Google search ranking
  • Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
  • Quality and consistency of posts.
  • Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review

Here are the Top 20 Career Podcasts globally:

  1. Lewis Howes

Jam-packed with inspiring stories from business minds, celebrities, and athletes, Lewis, a former athlete and New York Times bestselling author explores common qualities that make people successful. His focus on resilience is particularly inspiring if you’re currently experiencing some negative criticism from your boss or a rejection from a job you really wanted.
Website lewishowes.com/blog

  1. Career Tools

Career Tools is a weekly podcast focused on giving your career a makeover or advancing your career. For the new job seeker looking for a jump start, or someone in their career looking for new ways to shine, this podcast is a win for everyone who listens.
Website manager-tools.com/all-podcasts

  1. Squiggly Careers

Want to have a happy career and love your job but not sure where to start? The Squiggly Careers podcast by Amazing If brings you practical, action focused advice on how to take control of your career and make better choices about your future. Full of tips, tools and techniques that you can put into practice straight away.
Website acast.com/amazingif

  1. Pivot Podcast with Jenny Blake

Learn to embrace fear, insecurity, imperfection and intuition as the superpowers they are while navigating the pivot process. Join Jenny Blake, author of Pivot: The Only Move That Matters Is Your Next One. Intimate conversations with authors and friends on finding opportunity in unexpected places through practical tips and tools.
Website pivotmethod.com/podcast

  1. No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

“No Limits” profiles women who are rocking their careers and building empires. One can hear about different women’s career trajectories, especially the beginning and where they went from there. You can learn from both their successes and their mistakes.
Website abcradio.com/podcasts/no-limits

  1. Repurpose Your Career

Repurpose Your Career podcast brought to you by Career Pivot is a podcast for those of us in the 2nd half of life to come together to discuss how repurpose our careers.  Listen to career experts give you proven strategies, listen to people like you tell their stories.
Website careerpivot.com/repurpose-ca..

  1. Graduate Job Podcast

Weekly job podcast helping you to get the graduate job of your dreams. Speaking to inspiring authors, graduate recruiters and career coaches as they share their expert career and job knowledge and advice.
Website graduatejobpodcast.com


The Career Relaunch Podcast is produced by Joseph Liu where he interviews people who have changed their careers mid-stream. Some of the changes his guest have made are pretty drastic and it is cool to hear how others broke out of their shell and into new careers. If you feel stuck and you are mid-career this one is the podcast for you.
Website josephpliu.com/podcast

  1. Aviation Careers Podcast

This podcast is for those interested in discovering more about the many careers in aviation. Discover the various aviation career fields with a focus on becoming a pilot. Determine if a career in aviation is for you. Learn how to advance your aviation career. Discover jobs which allow you to work in your current profession while being able to enjoy a part time aviation career. Learn the various paths toward reaching your aviation career goal.
Website aviationcareerspodcast.com

  1. Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson

How to find your dream job, gain inspiration and great ideas to create the career of your dreams or start your own business.

Find comprehensive careers guidance, new ideas on how to get a job, learn how to start a business, build your self confidence, interview skills, and how to write a resume and LinkedIn profile. Secure that interview with your hiring manager or recruiter.
Website janejacksoncoach.com/podcast 

  1. Happen to Your Career

Created for people who are not happy in their job, or need some guidance to find work they really love. This podcast helps people to match their strengths to work they will find interesting and meaningful.
Website happentoyourcareer.com/podcast

  1. A Nursing Career Podcast

Your Next Shift, which informs, educates and up-levels our nursing career, certainly is cutting edge in the healthcare environments of today. Tune in to Your Next Shift, the podcast for nursing career advice based on nurse entrepreneur techniques.
Website elizabethscala.com/podcast-2

  1. IT Career Energizer

Learn how to break into the IT industry. Learn the skills you need to build and develop your tech career, how to manage your career progression.
Website itcareerenergizer.com

  1. The Accidental Creative

Accidental Creative is a consultancy helping creative teams and creative professionals generate ideas quickly and be more productive. Perfect for people who are in, or want to pursue creative jobs. This weekly podcast provides a bunch of tips, tricks and skills you can use to build healthy careers and lives.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Website accidentalcreative.com/podcasts

  1. 48 Days

Hosted by career expert and author Dan Miller, this weekly podcast helps listeners to discover their true calling.  Find work they love, and explore business ideas and opportunities.
Website 48days.com/listen

  1. Nature Jobs

The Naturejobs blog aims to be the leading online resource for scientists in academia and industry who seek guidance in developing their careers. The blog delivers a mix of expert advice and personal stories to help readers review, set and achieve their career goals.
Website http://blogs.nature.com/naturejobs/category/podcast/

  1. Hays Careers Advice Podcast

Listen and subscribe to our monthly podcast for expert, up-to-date careers advice.  Delivered straight to your device from perfecting your CV and preparing for a job interview, to creating a strong personal brand and standing out from the crowd.
Website https://social.hays.com/CAREER-ADVICE-PODCAST/

  1. The Career Hacking Podcast

The Career Hacking Podcast is a podcast for college educated, ambitious, office workforce-driven millennials. Whether their goal is to be entrepreneurs and CEOs or work their way up to a VP role, this podcast will help them learn things from people who’ve been there done that. Our guests are successful Millennials with unique stories as well as individuals whose expertise and experience can benefit Millennials looking to advance their careers.
Website https://getcareerhacking.com/career-hacking-podcast/

  1. PhD Career Stories

PhD Career Stories is a podcast where PhD holders share their stories and experiences in life after a PhD. Inspiring you to take the next step in your career development.
Website phdcareerstories.com

  1. Second Career Devs

Second Career Devs is a podcast that shares the stories of developers and software engineers who got there after spending time in a previous career. Each guest shares their insights that could only be gained by following a path less traveled.
Website secondcareerdevs.com/episodes

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Original article published by Feedspot: https://blog.feedspot.com/career_podcasts/

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