article Posted September 24, 2018 07:14:53 This week, we’re bringing you the Healthy Foods guide to a healthy career.
This guide will teach you how to choose healthy foods for your career, get to know your employees, and how to manage your personal finances.
This week’s guest, Joanna Rieck, is a professor at the University of Washington and co-author of the book, A Good Health Career: A Guide to Finding and Getting the Most Out of Your Career.
We welcome you to the program.
Joanna Riesek is a senior researcher in the UW Department of Marketing and Communications.
She is also an associate professor of marketing and communications at the UW-Madison.
She has more than 15 years of experience in marketing and advertising.
Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters.
Joann Riecker: So, what exactly are you looking for in your career?
Joanna: Well, in a good career, you want to be a writer, a researcher, a broadcaster, a professor.
So, you need to be able to write, to research, to be an innovator, to create new products, and so on.
Joanna is also a consultant to the private sector, and she’s written books on a variety of topics, and also as a writer for various websites.
Jo Ann Riechner: But in the past, there was a sort of expectation that, you know, you have to be really good at all of these things.
I mean, I was taught in high school that you had to be good at math and history and chemistry and English and biology, and you were expected to be very smart, but you had no choice but to be this good at the rest of it.
Jo: Well that’s kind of gone now.
But the point is that, as a person who has written and spoken on these topics, you can, and it’s important to, take the time to learn about how to do it right, how to be consistent, and, you get to the point where you can say, oh, well, well what about this and that and this?
You have to have that right and the ability to do that is crucial.
JoAnn: I think you’re right, it is important to have this right.
And it’s not just about your math skills, it’s also about your writing.
Joann Riescker: Right, and the other thing you need is a good sense of humor, and a good feel for the people around you.
JoAnn: Well I think that there are a lot of people out there who, you just know, are too busy working to be having a conversation with their friends.
They’re too busy, you’re too tired to have a conversation.
Jo Ann Rieschner and I are here to tell you, it takes a certain kind of person to make time to talk to other people.
JoAnne: Well so, you could argue that you’re already doing a great job of that, and that’s why you should be working to improve your communication skills, because you know how you can tell a person is having a good time, you don’t need to tell them, “Oh, you must be having an awful time.”
And so, Joann, you really need to do more than just talk to people in person.
JoANN: You know, the good thing is that you don�t need to go to the barber shop and get a haircut.
You don’t even need to take the stairs, or the elevator, or do the laundry, you do it all from a phone.
Joan: You don�traditionally, the barbershop is the place where people come together, and we are the people that get the haircut, and then we hang out with our friends.
Joanne: That�s the whole point.
We are the social workers, we are our friends, and most of our jobs, they are in the barbing rooms.
And so you know that it is better to get the job done than to go out to a barber, and I think there is this great thing about the barbed wire.
You know that the bar is a place where you have these relationships with people, where you talk to each other.
So you know what it is, that’s where you get the best jobs.
JoAnne: And so what are some of the benefits of being a barbersprinter?
JoAnna Riecher: So the main benefit is that it allows you to do the things that you normally would not be able do at a salon.
And I think the bar isn�t just about having a haircut, but it�s also about having the time for those types of things.
Anne: Right because you can just sit at home, and just be yourself