Our Team’s Top Tune-Ins: TED Talks and More
Truth is: I’m a bit of an internet junkie. I enjoy relaxing at the end of the day by submerging myself into YouTube. I find lots of great material there from old Seinfeld favorites to silly memes and inspirational TEDTalks. Some of the videos I gravitate to most are personal and professional development topics.
I share some of my finds with my team at work and they share with me. It’s a fun, collaborative way to bring new thoughts, ideas and some laughs to the office.
Today, I want to share a few professional development favorites from some of us here at SterlingFreeman.
The Team’s Top ‘Tune Ins’
- The Power of Vulnerability, by Brené Brown.
Recommended by: Michael Sterling, Managing Director. Connect with me on LinkedIn.
- Want to Boost Your Creativity and be a Better Collaborator? Think about Why the Sky Is Blue, by Kate Torgovnick May
Recommended by: Karen Thompson, Director – M&A Services & Partner Placement.
Connect with Karen on LinkedIn.
- Should You Live for Your Resume or Your Eulogy? By David Brooks
Bonus Item: Get Motivated in 60 Seconds (a musical collage of inspirational quotes to re-ignite you in one minute)
Recommended by: Nancy Allison, Development Director & Senior Recruitment Advisor – Western U.S.
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- Forget The Pecking Order at Work, by Margaret Heffernan
Recommended by Gary Simpson, Senior Recruitment Advisor – N.E. and Ohio Valley
Connect with Gary on LinkedIn.
- The Happy Secret to Better Work, by Shawn Achor
Recommended by Danielle Lyndes, Senior Recruitment Advisor – S.E. & Midwest
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- The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get, by Susan Colantuono
Recommended by Amber Guerrero, Researcher
Connect with Amber on LinkedIn.
- Why Comfort Will Ruin Your Life, by Bill Eckstrom
Recommended by Morgan Sterling, Researcher
Connect with Morgan on LinkedIn
SterlingFreeman specializes in career coaching and recruiting for Public Accounting. Interested in more career nutrition? Check out the Career Wellness section of the SterlingFreeman website.