Bring Your Whole Self to Work
About This Show
On Bring Your Whole Self to Work, author Mike Robbins interviews interesting and influential business leaders and thought leaders. Over the past 16 years, Mike has spoken at thousands of events throughout the world and has partnered with top organizations like Google, Wells Fargo, Airbnb, Gap, Microsoft, Schwab, the NBA, Twitter, the San Francisco Giants, and many others. Mike gets real with his guests, so that you can learn the truth behind their stories and their success, as well as how they’ve been able to overcome challenges and bring all of who they are to the work that they do. These conversations are designed to give you specific ideas, insights, and techniques for creating greater authenticity, success, and fulfillment in your career, as well as how you can create an environment around you at work where people get real, have each other’s backs, and bring all of who they are. For more information on Mike Robbins and his work, visit www.Mike-Robbins.com.
Most Recent Episode
Giving Yourself the Potential To Do More with Jen Glantz
2 days ago
My guest on this episode is Jen Glantz. Jen is definitely someone who brings all of who she is to everything she does. Jen has done a number of things in a relatively short amount of time. After graduating with an English degree, Jen was told she had two options, become a teacher or a lawyer. Knowing she had to create her own opportunities, she headed to New York City to follow her dreams and begin her career as a Creative Writer. Today, Jen runs her own bridal consulting business, has recently released her second book, Always a Bridesmaid (For Hire), has 15-20 monthly revenue streams, writes a successful blog and has an inner sense of urgency which propels her forward to do great things. Key Takeaways: [3:10] What does ‘bring your whole self to work,’ mean to Jen Glantz? [4:42] From English major to professional bridesmaid, Jen shares her story. [11:42] Jen finds inspiration in the books, The Catcher in the Rye and Self-Help. [14:35] An inner sense of urgency pushes Jen to write and produce. [17:04] Copywriting for a tech startup gave Jen the ability to write in different people’s voices. [21:50] Jen has 15-20 different income streams every month. [26:31] Jen’s Always a Bridesmaid business has taught her most people just want someone to listen to them. [35:54] Attracting an audience by being candid, open and raw. Resources: Mike Robbins Website Mike Robbins Podcast Mike Robbins on Facebook Mike Robbins on Twitter Always a Bridesmaid (for Hire): Stories on Growing Up, Looking for Love, and Walking Down the Aisle for Complete Strangers, by Jen Glantz Jen Glantz