Episode #10 – Ask a career coach

No guest for the May 24th podcast. Instead, the podcast will be completely open format where you get to call in and ask the show host, Jennifer Armitstead, any questions related to careers, job search, and the workplace. Jennifer is a professional career coach and has coached hundreds of job seekers and career transitioners as they discover where to go in their career and how to get there.

Ever asked yourself:

  • Do I really have to send a cover letter to that job posting?
  • How early should I show up for the job interview? Does it really matter?
  • What do I do if I hate my job?
  • How can I help my manager to better manage me?
  • etc.

Call (917) 932-1762 and Jennifer will answer your pressing career related questions. See you on the call at 11am PT | 12noon MT | 1pm CT | 2pm ET. Click for podcast to listen from your computer.

Contact information for Jennifer.

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Episode #9 – An American working in London

Marianna Wood Armitstead will be my guest on Monday 5/17 to discuss what it’s like being an American looking for and working in London. Marianna is my lovely sister-in-law, hence the same last name, but I wanted to have her on the show because her experience is unique to what most Americans experience working in the States.

Join us on Monday 5/17 7am PT|8am MT|9am CT|10am ET at http://ow.ly/1GtFk. You can either call in, or listen from your computer. If you’re not able to listen to the call at the broadcast time, you can return to that link and hear the archives from your computer or download to your iPod.

A little about Marianna: Marianna has a BA in theatre and a Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education to teach theatre from the University of Utah where she was a candidate for valedictorian. She has been a preschool teacher for almost ten years. She moved to London about two years ago while her husband earned a masters degree. While there she nannied and taught at a local school.

Quote of the show:

“I have been going to Italy since 1980, but I always went to do work. I did not live overseas, because I do not like running around with everything I own in a paper bag.” – Bill Dixon, musician

Number of the show: 56

Be ready to process up to 56 pages of taxes for an American working in England. So, you’ll want to get some professional help for processing your taxes.

Episode #8 – Managing your finances while unemployed

Monday, May 10th show on the topic of Managing your finances while unemployed with guest Gary Gygi. Tune in Monday May 10th at 11am PT | 12 noon MT | 2pm ET to www.blogtalkradio.com/jobclubradio and learn more about the tools and resources available to deal with your finances while out of work.

Gary Gygi  has lived in Utah for most of his life and worked in the financial services arena for more than 21 years.  You may have heard him on KSL news radio and TV for many years being interviewed about business and market topics. 21 years managing money, 15 years with Morgan Stanley as financial advisor and branch manager, left in 2003 as First VP of Investments. Currently registered rep with WBB Securities and President of Gygi Capital Management, a Utah Registered Investment Advisory Firm  specializing in retirement planning including setting up, managing and dismantling retirement plan programs like 401ks.  Mr. Gygi  is an investment advisor experienced  in risk management and portfolio optimization.  He understands how to invest in all market conditions, not just those that go up.  He believes in minimizing losses by measuring risk as loss of principal and not simply as a “downside” to investing in the market.  He utilizes all tools and strategies available to carefully allocate investment portfolios in order to take advantage of all economic and market conditions that may arise in any given market cycle.  Perhaps most importantly, unlike most brokers who are just salesman who can sometimes adequately help grow one’s investment accounts during their lifetime, but are completely at a loss as to how to distribute the assets during one’s retirement, Gary specializes in doing just that, helping people grow their nest eggs and then appropriately help distribute it correctly.

You can reach Gary Gygi at:
gary@wbbsec.com
(801) 649-3879
http://www.gygicapital.blogspot.com

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