Job Tales - I interview professionals to help you become who you wish to be
During our lifetime, on average, we spend 90’000 hours, meaning 11'250 days, or 30 years working: that is one third of our life. Some of us have a clear idea of what they want to do, from the very beginning; some take a path and then change, some change all the time, some fall into a job by chance and love it; others hate their job but feel stuck and can’t move. Often dissatisfaction at work causes much pain, sadness and frustration. But have you ever spent enough time to value all your options, before you pick a career? Do you know that there are thousands of possible careers awaiting you out there?That is the goal of my podcast: you will find dozens of jobs as they are told on my mic by people like you and me, from around the world. You will be astonished by the number of jobs you would have never thought existed. I hope this will help you make the right choice in life, I hope it will give you inspiration when you are undecided of your career path, and courage to change if you feel stuck.Enjoy and reach out to me for any comment or proposal.Sincerely,Laura LeonciniJob Tales Podcast
#97 The Job Tale of a Concept Artist - Raphael Galeuchet
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26:44Welcome to a new episode of Job Tales: the podcast where you find dozens of interviews and learn about your potential, future, favorite job. Today’s guest is Raphael Galeuchet : he is concept designer and illustrator focused on environments, vehicles and prop design. Fascinating job comprising concept pieces, sketches, work in progress, mood boards, you name it.I invite you to learn more about Raphael’s job and watch some of his concept art on his website : https://www.artstation.com/raphaelgaleuchet
#96 The Job Tale of a Water and Snowrider - Arnaud Zirnhelt
25:30Episode 96 of Job Tales is out! Arnaud Zirnhelt : The Job Tale of a Snowboarder and a Kitesurfer. You will learn : - What brought Arnaud to become a kitesurfer and a snowboarder - How he manages to live from his water and snow passions - What certifications you need to become instructor - Arnaud’s own advice to you.You know that during our lifetime, on average, we spend 90’000 hours, meaning over 11'000 days, that is 30 years working: that is one third of our life. So take a moment, a month, a year or more if needed, to figure out who you want to become, cause that will be an essential part of your life.Like Arnaud says, help your brain take the direction you want to go, you can do anything if you set your mind to it. Every body can win.
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#95 The Job Tale of a Marketer - Stefan Lendi
25:04Episode 95 of Job Tales is out! Listen to Stefan Lendi’s interview : The Job Tale of a Marketer. You will learn : - How Stefan got his first job in marketing without experience (hint: it's not sending resumes) - How to avoid being replaced by AI and stay relevant in today's marketplace - Why marketing is NOT what most people think it is - And a lot of precious advice, also applicable to non-marketing people.This week’s Job Tales Interview is with a Marketer. Stefan Lendi has been practicing marketing for more than twenty years within companies such as IBM, Nestlé, Danone, Nespresso as well as various SMEs. He completed his marketing studies at Harvard Business School and launched several reference websites and eCommerce. Today, he systematizes his knowledge into a series of simple elements in the form of easy methods, frameworks and practical tools to allow anyone to surpass themselves. He has developed the Psychomarketing© technology, and has written a best selling book : "PsychoMarketing: Attirer et fidéliser encore plus de clients !". More about Stefan on his website : https://www.stefanlendi.com/Stay tuned for more episodes! jobtalespodcast at gmail dot com#education #jobtales #podcast #jobforyou #jobinterview
#94 The Profession of a Veterinarian - Mathilda Toyloy
24:19Welcome to another episode of Job Tales: the podcast where you can listen to dozens of interviews about your potential favorite jobs. Today I have Mathilda Toyloy as my guest, she is a young veterinarian working in Switzerland.Like with human medical studies, animal medicine takes a long time, and the love for animals may not be enough to endure years of studies. Love for animals and discipline through years of university are the good mix to enjoy a profession that will take you close to your furred loved ones. Stay tuned for more episodes!
#93 The Job Tale of a Medical Doctor - Stefano Giannoni
23:41Welcome to Job Tales, the podcast that tells personal stories about all kinds of jobs existing around the world! Stefano studied medicine in Peru and became a medical doctor after 7 years of studies. He wishes to specialise in neurology. his dream job: to combine clinical work with research. In my interview with Stefano I ask about his personal curriculum, what it takes to become a doctor, what skills, hard and soft, are required and what he has learnd from the past. Enjoy this episode of Job Tales!
#92 The Job Tale of a Musician - Thierry Jaccard
27:29This week’s Job Tales Interview revolves around Music. Thierry Jaccard is a musician and he plays in The Two blues band. The piece in the intro is by the band. It is not easy to pursue your musical passion and make a living. I find Thierry’s interview interesting because he tells us about the balance he has found, that allows him to include music in his life. Listen to Thierry’s interview, Episode 92, here :Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Z8vwgAriJpu0LgYGWml5YApple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/job-tales-i-interview-professionals-to-help-you-become/id1555945757 These are the links to Thierry’s band, The TWO:http://www.the-two.chhttps://www.facebook.com/thetwobluesbandhttps://www.instagram.com/thetwo_bluesAnd their latest video explaining their work for the new album:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZx-OGUUUnwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXcGgGpi9M4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpDVvqcryEQ #education #jobtales #podcast #jobforyou #jobinterview
#91 The Job Tale of a rega Officer in Charge of Operations - Tim Bishop
26:44This week’s Job Tales Interview is with Tim Bishop, Officer in Charge of Jet Operations (Einsatzleiter in German) at rega, the Swiss Air Rescue. Whether you have a medical background, you are a helicopter or jet pilot, or you have an event management, operations or logistics education, you can consider working for rega, or for similar organisations in your country of residence. I wish you plenty of success in saving peoples lives !
#90 A Job Tale about Flour and Art - Asia Leoncini
27:02Picture this : you are 18, you finished your secondary school and need to start thinking about your professional life. Asia loves arts, so she decided to join the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan to become a curator. Fast forward 4 to 5 years, and Asia is now graduated in fine arts, but something happened since her first years at university. I won’t spoil the story, I’ll just say stay tuned because Asia’s Job Tale may help you look at your own path from a different light.
#89 A Profession About Education - Hassan Bugnard
27:07Hassan Bugnard started his career as a Teacher, social worker, and school director in Switzerland. This podcast episode is therefore about education. The words I take from my interview with Hassan are : with a great background you can have great perspectives ; he also recommends that you start your first job, do your first experience, even if it might not be your dream job. But from there you can move on. Another element I take from today is that life will throw tests at you : in Hassan’s case he had to reinvent himself in a new country for the sake of family, and thanks to this flexibility he has gained a new experience in a job that gave him new richness beyond teaching.
#88 The Post Doctoral Researcher Job - Gabriele Leoncini
27:28Gabriele’s interview is interesting for all those who want to engage in scientific studies, specifically in renewable energies, and who wonder whether it is a good idea to do a PHD or not. Gabriele is a Post-Doctoral Researcher on Energy Systems Optimisation. He tells us about his personal path to becoming a researcher, and his choice of research vs business.Thank you Gabriele!