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Skooled

Helping Young Adults with life Challenges

Skooled is a podcast for young adults whose present existence is different than the future they envisioned for themselves in the past. Journalist, Nia Hamm, interviews experts about some of the major challenges today's y... More
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2019-6-12

43: Breaking Up With Your Boss: Signs That Its Time And Figuring Out Your Next Career Move

Ep. 43

Studies show 87% of U.S workers lack passion for their jobs, 80% of Americans are dissatisfied with their jobs and a quarter of Americans say work is their primary source of stress. If you can relate to these statistics than it may be time to ask yourself whether its time to look for a new job or make a career change. Career Coach and Forbes contributor, Rachel Montanez joins Skooled to help us explore how to identify if we’re getting the most out of our jobs and when we should consider breaking up with our boss. 

2019-6-12

43: Breaking Up With Your Boss: Signs That Its Time And Figuring Out Your Next Career Move

Ep. 43

Studies show 87% of U.S workers lack passion for their jobs, 80% of Americans are dissatisfied with their jobs and a quarter of Americans say work is their primary source of stress. If you can relate to these statistics than it may be time to ask yourself whether its time to look for a new job or make a career change. Career Coach and Forbes contributor, Rachel Montanez joins Skooled to help us explore how to identify if we’re getting the most out of our jobs and when we should consider breaking up with our boss. 

2019-5-30

42: Changing Times: Deciding Who Pays On A First Date In Your 20’s And 30’s

Shifting ideas of gender roles among millennials and members of Generation Z have changed the way young adults approach their roles and responsibilities on a first date, particularly when it comes to finances and who foots the bill. The shift in perception of gender roles coupled with the increasing financial burdens more young adults experience can create tension between two people on a first date when deciding who should pay for that date. Journalist, Nia Clark (also known as Nia Hamm in her role as a TV Reporter) and her husband/co-host Jason Clark discuss an expert’s take on the issue.  

2019-5-15

40: Breaking Through Burnout

Ep. 40

If you feel as though you’re in the rat race and constantly running on a wheel without ever getting ahead, you’re not alone. A Gallup study found that about 7 out of 10 millennials experience some level of burnout on the job. A recent buzz-worthy article labeled millennials as the “burnout generation.” What’s behind the prevalence of burnout among young adults and how can it be fixed? Breakthrough Coach, Nandao Rodriguez joins Skooled to help answer those questions. 

2019-5-8

39: Vows: Commitment Through Self-Love

Ep. 39

Commitment doesn’t have to be between two or more people. The same goes for vows. You can also commit to yourself. In fact, relationship coach, Dr. Michelle Hanna, teaches that in order to ensure healthy, long-lasting commitments to another person such as the vows people make during a wedding ceremony, we should also be making them to ourselves. Dr. Hannah joins Skooled to explain what she calls self-vows.

2019-4-24

38: One On One With Celebrity Fitness Trainer Jerry Ford And His Choice Between Guns, Drugs or Wealth

Ep. 38

For celebrity fitness trainer turned author Jerry Ford, as a child it seemed as if the only choices he had were guns, drugs or violence. As he got older, he realized those choices might leave him dead or in jail. So he chose to pursue his dream of becoming a celebrity fitness trainer and a wealthy entrepreneur. He shares his difficult but rewarding journey in his book GUNS, DRUGS OR WEALTH, which he joins Skooled to talk about.