PB7: Career Moves in Your 20s and 30s


On a quick note, Rich discusses the benefits of keeping your credit card information up-to-date (income, address, etc.). However, this week’s main topics? Career moves you can make in your 20s to win in your 30s. Already in your 30s? Ok, still applies! We share our own experiences and lessons learned from the 5 Best Career Moves to Make in Your 30s. Topics cover but are by no means limited to 1) How to Boost Your Leadership Skills; 2) The Importance of Networking and Coworker Relationships; 3) Why Your Relationship with Your Ex-Boss Is Still Important at Your New Job; 4) Public Image and Personal Branding (Be sure to check out our previous episode on the importance of branding and mentoring here), and 5) How Public Speaking Can Set You Apart from Your Peers. This is an interesting one, with Glossophobia (the fear of public speaking) ranking amongst the highest occurring fears in the world. It has also been estimated that 75% of all people experience some sort of anxiety/nervousness when it comes to speaking in public. It’s no wonder so many people contact Ginger Public Speaking. If you are one of those people, then as well as finding a suitable course, we can help! If you need tips or additional help then check out our page. We have an episode for that.


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