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Category: Work-Life, Balance

Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current economic crisis of businesses not being able to hire enough qualified employees, and some of the management adjustments being taken to deal with the problem.
Barry Moltz
Barry Moltz joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the paradigms we establish stop being useful when they prevent us from making obvious adjustments, and some thoughts on how to correct this behavior.
Alan See
Alan See joins Jim Blasingame to propose a trust formula that includes rapport, credibility and risk, and how we can apply it to doing business more effectively, whether we’re buying or selling.
Doug Wead
Doug Wead joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the presidents he’s known are all good listeners, and have learned how to play the monopoly game that is played in Washington and on the global marketplace.
Kita Szpak
Kita Szpak joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the concept of resting smart, which is just giving your brain and body a break, even if only for a few minutes.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals his thoughts on what will happen in 2020 regarding the impact of Gen Y on the election, China and Iran on geopolitics, how the U.S. elections will go, and who will win the NCAA championship.
Bob Fischer
Bob Fischer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss our relationship with money as it relates to the principle of frugality in a number of cash-outlay scenarios.
Bob Fischer
Bob Fischer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss our relationship with money, and how we sometimes think about spending it, rather than making intelligent decisions about how using cash resources impact our lives, not just our pocketbook.
Barry Moltz
Barry Moltz joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the paradigms we establish stop being useful when they prevent us from making obvious adjustments, and some thoughts on how to correct this behavior.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to offer some sage advice on being a new employee, including don’t be small, leave your personal issues at home, and keep a journal.

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