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According to a 2014 survey of 20,000 U.S. employees, only 36% of workers find meaning in their work. In other words, nearly two thirds of employees don’t find their jobs meaningful at all. If that statistic alarms you (it should), or if you find yourself amongst the 64%, there’s hope on the horizon. Because there’s a solution, and it’s called job hacking. This episode is all about job hacking - the art of redesigning your role to provide greater meaning and fulfillment.
Josh Wand believes that entrepreneurs need to "find their magic." What does that mean? Simply that entrepreneurs need to discover the things they do that nobody else can duplicate. By all accounts Josh has found his. He's a master connector, providing massive value by connecting brands with the talent they need to really break through.
“Employer Brand” is a pretty buzzy word these days. It seems like it's on the lips of every recruiter, HR pro, and CEO as they try and figure out how to differentiate their workplace from the rest. But is it just a buzzword, or something more meaningful? Better yet, should you even care about employer brand? Well if hiring, culture, retention, or company performance are important to you, then the answer is a resounding yes. In this episode, we break down the concept of the employer brand, and discuss how it can supercharge your culture and retention while providing some old fashioned brand marketing too.
Think about the one thing you love to do. It could be a task you perform in your job, in school, or in your everyday life. This is the thing that energizes you when you think about it, and motivates you to get up every day. When you're doing it, time seems to fly by, and you walk away with more energy than when you started. This is your unique ability, and designing your life (and work) to spend more time doing it is the secret to greater happiness and productivity.