Sara Gibb, owner of Flow Works Bookkeeping & Consulting, talks about her passion for art and why she felt it was better suited as a hobby rather than a profession! She also talks about how her art translates into her work as a bookkeeper and how it helps build relationships with clients!
It's Christmas Day! We've finally made it to the end of 2020 so I wanted to take a moment to recap what a year it's been on the show. We've had so many great guests sharing their "And"–from rollerblading to NASCAR to ju-jitsu and even two volunteer firefighters!
Thank you for subscribing to this podcast to hear about the "And" of other professionals and how that applies to their work. If you or someone you know has an "And"–that hobby or passion or interest outside of work–please reach out because I'd love to share this with everyone listening.
There will be a slight change in format going forward with a little more of me sharing what I've learned from the research sprinkled with some more follow-ups about how the book has impacted workplace cultures.
Speaking of the book, What's Your "And"?, the audio version will be coming in the first half of 2021! The exact date is pending–just like everything else in the world. If you prefer the paperback or e-reader version, the links are at WhatsYourAnd.com. And if you have the book, please take a minute to leave a few sentences as an Amazon review.
Happy Holidays to you and yours!
Terrell Turner talks about how his desire for making meetings a more fun experience led him to his passion for creating content to creatively relay important information, tell stories and encourage people to open up and connect with each other!
John Bly returns to the podcast from episode 152 to talk about how he maintained his passion for traveling through the pandemic and how it has affected people being more open about their hobbies and passions!
Rubik Yeriazarian talks about his passion for writing accountant themed greeting cards and children’s books! He talks about how this hobby has helped him improve his marketing skills, why it’s important to have something outside of work, and his experience in opening up about his hobby in the office!
Ges Ray returns to the podcast from episode 171 to talk about his recent performances with his choral singing group, his opportunity to travel to New York to sing at Carnegie Hall, and how he has noticed more of an interest in people as humans in the workplace!
Suraya Yahaya talks about getting an RV and the adventures she has been on with her family through the past year. She also talks about how her experiences with the RV and traveling have helped her with problem solving and relating to others at work!
Bailey Smith, owner of Sopris Accounting Solutions LLC, returns to the podcast from episode 56 to talk about her shift to needlepointing after becoming a mother and how she is noticing a growing amount of understanding that people are more than their careers!
Martin Bissett, founder of The Bissett Group, talks about his hobby in researching the real St. Nicholas in who he was, his history, and how his story has been embellished over time. He also talks about the spirit of giving and how he applies it towards his work as a consultant!
It's the day after Thanksgiving here in the United States and I'm officially stuffed! This year hasn't been ideal for any of us but that doesn't mean that we still can't take a moment to give thanks.
Thank you for subscribing to this podcast to hear about the "And" of other professionals and how that applies to their work.
Thank you for sharing this message with your friends and coworkers -- and bosses, too! This is our message and it's making a difference.
And finally, thank you for reading the book! It was a journey writing it and seeing the positive feedback made it all worth it. If you haven't gotten the book yet, the links are at WhatsYourAnd.com. And if you have gotten the book, please take a minute to leave a few sentences as an Amazon review.
Thank you again.