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Has the SHIFT hit your plans? Hosted by Ira S Wolfe, The Geeks, Geezers and Googlization Podcast interviews global thought leaders to help make sense of this new world of unknown unknowns and adapt effectively to the new waves of normal. We talk about the convergence of the wired, tired, and technology and its impact on the future of work, jobs, careers, business, and HR.

Jan 6, 2021

The headlines suggest that robots and on-demand labor markets like Uber and Lyft are the future of work. Not so fast, says our guest Jeff Wald, best selling author of two books, including, The End of Jobs, The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations, founder of Workmarket, and founder of the $10 Million...


Oct 21, 2020

The year 2020 will be remembered for many generations as the year the SHIFT our plans. Tomorrow will be so profoundly different that we can’t even begin to imagine it. Long after the coronavirus pandemic subsides, unprecedented disruption will continue. Fortunately, boundless opportunity awaits us. But unless...


Aug 12, 2020

Living on a “Corona-coaster?” Welcome to the New Normal where many of us are pinging between hope and despair, leaving us exhausted. Amidst all the disruption and uncertainty our guest John Sanei sees opportunity in abundance. He relies on foresight- a robust, heart-led, decision-making approach that makes us...


Aug 5, 2020

Many people assume their job title as their identity. Any change in job status (from sudden unemployment to promotion) then puts well-being and self-worth on a roller-coaster. COVID-19 has a lot of people thinking and reflecting. If you are struggling to figure out what’s next for your career, your job, and your work,...


Jun 24, 2020

Forty-three percent of women drop out of the workforce after becoming a mother. When they return or even while balancing work and raising kids, women are forced to take lesser job titles or put career advancement on hold. Even the entrepreneur world of venture capital seems to penalize working moms with only 3% of...