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New Podcast Series/Interview: Staying Fit for Your Job Search

Posted Mar 04 2009 3:11pm

I’m excited to announce the launch of my new podcast series: Back to Your Senses, a show dedicated to helping you achieve less stress and more success in your personal and professional life. The Back to Your Senses podcast is a 20 to 30 minute audio segment that I will post weekly and include thoughts, tips and information from me, other professionals, and true stories from real people.

I am always looking for feedback on topics and guests. If you have suggestions please email me! Do you bring people back to their senses and want to be guest? Or are you a real person with a true story to share? I’d love to hear from you. Let’s work together and promote the word of well-being - personally and professionally!

The first in the series is an interview with Job Search Mentor and Workforce Expert Roberta Chinsky Matuson President of Human Resource Solutions, a firm that helps organizations align their people assets with their business goals. She is currently an HR Expert for BostonWorks, a division of the Boston Globe. She has served as the HR Careers Expert for and is a frequent contributor to Hotjobs! Yahoo, and Pink Magazine. Roberta also authors the Generation Integration Blog, where she shares her expertise on managing multiple generations in the workplace.

During this podcast interview Roberta shares tips for job seekers and those who may soon find themselves looking for a new job. A couple of important tips for managing your job search include:

Staying fit mentally and physically - Just as you train to run the distance in a marathon, you must be ready to stay the course of your job search. Physical and mental health make a difference.

Network - In addition to meeting new people, don’t forget to tap into friends, family and colleagues who already know you. People want to help, and many times jobs may not be listed online. Talk to people you know!

For more tips listen to the interview now (running time approx 30 minutes). To automatically receive updates when new episodes are available click the “subscribe me”. You can subscribe in iTunes, a reader or by email.

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