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Career Strategy Interviews

A Navy SEALs Guide To Transitioning From Military Service


Commander's Intent: Transitioning from the Role of Navy SEAL Commander to Consultant. A Success Story

Published on May 06 2011
James MarvinJames Marvin

James Marvin: "You can pack your parachute a thousand times, but at some point you're going to have to jump and trust that you're going to know what to do in the unlikely event you have a malfunction."

{mosimage} Welcome to a special Career Strategies channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio with Peter Clayton reporting. Joining us today is retired Navy SEAL, Commander James Marvin.

Among many assignments during his distinguished twenty year military career, James was the Executive Officer at the Naval Special Warfare command, located on the Island Kingdom of Bahrain. In November of 2004 Commander Marvin was transferred to the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island where he received a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies.

James retired from active duty in 2009, and now lives in Seattle, Washington, where he's formed a consulting practice, Federal Green Solutions. James is helping the Department of Defense reduce its dependence on oil and increase operational capability. I was introduced to James by executive career coach Beth Ross, who told me, "James really gets it. He did the transition from his military career exactly right."


Career and College Transition Podcast with Career Expert, Beth Ross


Getting the Right Job in 2011: Beth Ross; Language Skills, Internships and Interview Training

Published on February 13 2011
Beth Ross, certified career and executive coachBeth Ross

Welcome to a special Career Strategiespodcast on Total Picture Radio. This is Peter Clayton reporting.

Joining us today in New York is frequent contributor and career expert, Beth Ross, a certified career and executive coach. Beth’s background includes a bicoastal practice executing confidential and mission critical senior executive searches for Fortune 500 corporations.

Beth’s career coaching practice is global in scope, and she is frequently quoted in major publications. Beth was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article written by Joe Light titled Languages Needed, but No Plans to Learn. Since the article was published, her phone has been ringing off the proverbial hook. Beth, welcome back to Total Picture Radio!


Twelve Day Job Hunt


Podcast with best-selling author and Managing Director, David Perry

Published on December 25 2010
David Perry David Perry

"Most sales happen after the seventh call, most job hunters give up after the first." - David Perry

This podcast has become an annual tradition on TotalPicture Radio.. First recorded in 2006, and back because its as relevant as the day it was recorded, here is a terrific Career Strategies podcast with Peter Clayton of TotalPicture Radio featuring David Perry, Managing Director of Perry-Martel International, an executive search, recruiting and placement firm - and co-author with Jay Conrad Levinson of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters: 400 unconventional Tips, Tricks and Tactics to Land Your Dream Job 3rd Edition.

Like his best-selling books, The 12 Days of Christmas Job Hunting is particularly strong on tips, advice, and suggestions for using technology in your "campaign" for the job you want. Be sure to read the complete feature page for links to David's blog, and other resources.


Successful Job Search Secrets


Podcast with author, and internationally-certified Career Director, Mary Elizabeth Bradford

Published on September 24 2010
Mary Elizabeth Bradford

Welcome to a Career Transition podcast on Total Picture Radio this is Peter Clayton Reporting. I'm delighted to have back on the show Mary Elizabeth Bradford, author, speaker, Internationally Certified Advanced Resume Writer and Internationally Certified Master Career Director with CDI -- Career Directors International.

Today, we're going to discuss a popular webinar Mary Elizabeth conducts called Secrets of Wildly Successful Job Search for High Income Professionals -- I recommend you do a search here on TotalPicture Radio for Bradford -- and check out the archived interviews we've done -- that are still as timely and relevant today as the were when we recorded them.


On to the Next


Podcast with author and Starr Tincup founder, William Tincup

Published on August 04 2010
 William Tincup William Tincup

"I want to have great conversations all the time with willing and engaged participants. Truthfully, I feel that most people fake their way through conversations. They kind of listen…they kind of care. I would say many people rely on their ability to wing it, or worse, bullshit their way through an important conversation. I feel this way because I was one of those people, and admittedly some "great" exchanges did happen, but what if I had actually prepared for those 'wing it' conversations? In hindsight, they could have been life-changing events. -- William Tincup

Welcome to a Career Strategies Podcast on TotalPicture Radio. This is Peter Clayton reporting. I met William Tincup at HCI's 2010 National Summit in Tucson. He had set-up shop in the exhibitor's hall, positioned in a strategic location where he could scan the activity taking place on the show floor. I gave him my business card, he gave me his book: Black cover, picture of a brown paper lunch bag. Flames are shooting from the top of the lunch bag. Below, the Star Tincup Logo, and the title, "Try Not To Fu@k This Up (but if you do, call us)." I was sold; and curious at the same time. "William, who are your clients?" I asked. He smiled, paused, and said, "look around the room." We're at HCI's marque event. The room is filled with the vendors you'd expect to see at an HR conference. I wondered if they had read William's book.

This week, William left the company he founded ten years ago, Starr Tincup. The title of the email I received was "On to the Next One." Today, we'll talk with William about "the next one," and, "falling out of love with something you helped create."

William's exclusive podcast on TotalPicture Radio is sponsored by Jobs in Pods. The only podcast where real employers and leading recruiters talk about their jobs and how to get them.


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