Apr 20, 2016
To have a great career, you need passion. But you also need a solid plan. Specifically, you need to know how your passions and ideas will be marketable in an ever-evolving job market.
This week on “Find Your Dream Job” we’re talking about career management and how to build a plan for a remarkable long-term career. Mac interviews professor and author Larry Smith, whose provocative TED talk, “Why You Will Fail to Have a Great Career,” has attracted more than six million views. Larry urges his students to explore their passions--but also to think about their ongoing relevance in the job market.
In this 35-minute episode you will learn:
This week’s guest:
Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
Author, No Fears, No Excuses: What You Need to Do to Have a Great Career
Waterloo, ON, Canada
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