Dr. Sean Stein Smith returns to the podcast to talk about his shift in passions from drumming to creative writing and how this passion has helped with communication skills in the office! He also talks about how it’s important to give your brain a break from work to focus on other things!
Amanda Aguillard talks about her passion for backpacking and how it has helped with facing adversaries and establishing relationships with clients! She also talks about how technology has allowed her to run her business, maintain client connections, and continue to pursue her passion!
Mark Lee returns to the podcast from episode 136 to talk about his continued passion for magic, standing out an individual, and how he pivoted his business during the pandemic!
Joel Lacayo talks about his passion for charity and non-profit work helping fellow immigrants like himself find contacts and develop professional skills for building careers!
Josh Lance returns to the podcast from episode 125 to talk about his continued passion for brewing beer and wine and how his passion applies to the type of clients he works for! He also talks about recently getting into cooking at home and how it is important to have something outside of work especially during the pandemic!
Heather Smith talks about her passion for traveling around the world and how it helps her with developing relationships and standing out among the competition!
Ryan Bartholomee returns to the podcast from episode 163 to talk about his continued passion for building Lego figures with his family, live tweeting, and some of the shows that have recently featured his tweets! He also talks about how his Lego figures are conversation starters in the office and what Shenandoah does to encourage an open culture at work!
Eric Pierre talks about his passion for basketball, his brief career playing with the semi-pros, how he applies his skills from basketball in the office, and why its good to have a passion outside of the office!
Clayton Oates returns to the podcast to talk about how he is satisfying his travel bug through the pandemic, his gardening, helping small businesses, and taking time for yourself!
Scott Orn talks about his passion for running and moderating his non-profit “Ben’s Friends”, which was started for a friend who had a rare brain aneurysm and serves the need of expanding a network of other affected by it! Scott also talks about how he got this group started, what it provides, and how it has affected his life in the office!