Dr. Joanie Connell is the author of “Flying without a Helicopter: How to Prepare Young People for Work and Life.” She is the president of Flexible Work Solutions, a consulting firm that specializes in leadership assessment and development. She received her doctorate from UC Berkeley and her bachelor’s from Harvard.
“You have to work to make life good.” – Joanie Connell
In this episode you will learn:
- Entitlement is an expectations issue
- How to raise your kids to be resilient (or how to increase your own resilience)
- How technology has changed the way we communicate, expect results, and our attention span
- Patience will truly help you develop the skills you need to advance your career
- If you don’t have energy around a certain developmental area, you won’t stay dedicated to it
- Why parents (or job seekers/entrepreneurs) need to raise kids (or select jobs, businesses) that is the right fit.
- Calm App to help train our minds on mindfulness (focusing on one thing at a time)
- Onet OnLine (Department of Labor)
- Book: Flying without a Helicopter: How to Prepare Young People for Work and Life
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