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Luke Henley and Collin Stapleton meet every week to ask each other the hard-hitting questions. Plus, every other week a guest stops by to give their non-expert opinion on a different topic. It's like your favorite interview format show except you don't know who these people are and it's just these two guys – every single week. New episodes every Tuesday!
 
I interview people like you and me about their profession: how they got the idea, what they did to get there, what they suggest to someone who is looking for a new career, or is lost amidst multiple choices. From standard careers to unusual and out of the ordinary jobs. Drop a line if you want to be interviewed!#jobtalespodcast
 
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Welcome to a new episode of Job Tales! We often hear about Coaching: in our day and age this has become a sought after profession, for customers who want a guide to take care of their mental and physical health. Debora Accola is in her thirties and after a difficult phase in her life decided to help others find their optimum in life. She is a nutri…
 
Welcome back to Job Tales. Nina Lauterbach works for a company that specializes in Transplantation Immunology. She is a biologist by education. If you like science studies and want to be working in a team that applies that knowledge on the field then this is a job to consider. Nina is a Field Application Specialist, a.k.a. FAS. Here’s what a job de…
 
Most know what a Film Director does, but not everyone knows about the First and Second Assistant Director do on a film production. I met Darren Mackie on the production of the TV Series Black Sails, he is an incredible Second AD and shares his experience with us on the 50th episode of Job Tales! Darren summarises in a sentence the essence of being …
 
Be strong in your heart and mind : this is Sydney’s advice for whoever wishes to become a professional basketball player. Sydney tells us his story, from his early days at Princeton University to his professional years in Italy and the life lessons learnt playing sport. Sydney, it's a pleasure to have you on my show!…
 
She studied architecture and design; on a sabbatical to New Zealand she discovered she wanted to match her love for travel with her future work. 4 years in the making, she made a mobile hostel out of a school bus. It is called the magic bus. Lisette tells us her story of how she created a very original business. you can find the magic bus here: htt…
 
Maria started her career as an interpreter and translator over 40 years ago. Of Italian origin, she spent over 50 years in the UK and during this episode of Job Tales she talks about her specific work as interpreter in the UK court. Maria is still working and she is over 80 years old. Career has no age, and passion neither.…
 
If you want to work in an office environment, you might want to aim for executive assistant. It’s a challenging and rewarding job at the same time. Like any other profession, it requires hard work etc. Gaby is a very fun lady, and she accepted to tell us her story as Executive Assistant. I look forward to your comments.…
 
I am sure you have seen Fleur in many movies, even if you don't know it was her. It's the job of a stunt double, that fascinates women as well as men. Fleur started when she was 21, she loved physical activity and was good at several sports. If you love fitness, hard work, and are prone to action, you can make this your career. Like with many other…
 
Michele Mischler is Head of Swiss Public Affairs at the World Economic Forum in Geneva. In this episode of Job Tales Michele shares her professional experience, and what path took her to Public Affairs.โดย Laura Leoncini
 
You are about to finish school and don’t know what you should do next? If you are good at protecting others, if you feel you are empathetic, you have good communication skills and are good at reading people, you may want to consider the career of police officer. Kimberly Lee tells us her story as a police officer from Tulsa Oklahoma. Check my Insta…
 
As you may know, becoming a fully paid sports professional can be difficult, although not impossible. As a golf player, unlike other sports, you can play for a long time. André Bossert is a professional sports player, based in South Africa, and he tells us about his career path and what, in his personal view, is the key to a successful sports caree…
 
Inspired by his father, John became a watchmaker and today he owns his own brand. It takes a long time to become a professional watchmaker. Like with most professions, John’s key to reaching his independence was persistence and determination. There are many aspects to this skill. John tells us his story and the fascinating world around watches. Tha…
 
I think that each of us creates his own professional reality. We re often moulded by what the education system expects from us, and we don’t take risks , as it is a scary process. But what if we did take a risk? What if. It paid off? And enriched us? For 1 year, 2 years, or a lifetime. Food for thought. On another note, Job Tales has been selected …
 
When I meet people like Dickie I think that my work with the podcast is worth while. Dickie expresses all his passion about working for the preservation of nature. He didn't want to have a 9 to 5 job, so he got himself a 24/7 job! Dickie Chivell is a nature conservationist based in South Africa. His life is dedicated to the marine world and to pres…
 
Jokingly he calls himself CPO: Chief Pizzaiolo Officer. Mario Mattiello had a professional epiphany at the age of 40, and decided to align his professional life trajectory to what he felt resonates most with his inner values. After 20 years of electronic engineering he decided to take the entrepreneurship way. With the help of friends he figured ou…
 
Karin's advice: don't aim for perfection. Aim for joy and concentrate on where your energy goes. Follow your guts and see where that energy takes you. Enjoy this episode of Job Tales dedicated to the profession of a singer. Write me at jobtalespodcast AT gmail. Speak soon. Lauraโดย Laura Leoncini
 
I met David Lewis at his Treatment Room in Geneva. He is passionate about osteopathy, and has a team of great therapists. How did he become independent? What did he study to become an osteopath? What career opportunities are there for an osteopath? Listen to this interview where David tells us his story.…
 
Do you need to be able to sketch and draw to be a good architect? How long does it take to become an architect? How much art and how much math are blended in this discipline? Mary Kell, architect at the City of Tulsa in Oklahoma, tells us about the experience she built over the last 3 decades. Mary’s recommendations on how to get into architecture …
 
10 years ago you would not encounter many cryptographers, and it was surely not a buzzword. Today cryptography, block-chain, cryptocurrency, secret coding are professions, and very interesting ones indeed. Jean Philippe Aumasson is based in Switzerland and has a great background in this field. His last startup is called Taurus: https://taurushq.com…
 
If you have come across the book by Dan Ariely "Predictably Irrational" and have been mesmerised by his field of study, then you have heard about the job of behavioural scientist. Aline Holzwarth is an applied behavioural scientist. She works at Duke University with Dan Ariely, and she runs her own podcast: https://www.habitweekly.com/behavioral-de…
 
Stephane is one of the first internet specialists I have met in my life. Back in 2020 he was already member of the Internet Society. He is a self taught professional with a curiosity for things and an interest in sharing his knowledge with others. He teaches at schools, he lectures at univerisites, and he runs his own business.…
 
Mike Teasdale comes from the advertising world. He owns Harvest Digital, UK-based digital marketing agency: https://www.harvestdigital.com/ Mike tells his professional story of advertiser, from the days before Google to today’s fully digitalised world of social media. Listen to this podcast episode to learn whether this could be the job you are loo…
 
Leonora, a freelance archaeologist, is fulfilling her passion combining it with a full-time job. According to her, passion, sense of adventure and open mindedness are the essential traits of an archaeologist. Hi Leonora! Welcome to my podcast.โดย Laura Leoncini
 
What a world I have come across: the world of cocktails, a passion that can turn into a full-time profession. Marion Moutte is based in Switzerland and she has won quite a few cocktail contest, including the Swiss championship. And of course, with Switzerland involved, she included an element of cheese in her masterpiece. Let's listen to her tale.…
 
Nicolas created his first company in his late teens, and continued for the next 2 decades. His interest spans from video gaming to children book publishing, and from music rap all the way to space. Today he is fully committed with Space Cargo and Orbite. Want to know more? Listen to episode 27 of Job Tales. Thank you, Nicolas, for being on my podca…
 
Okay, it’s quiz time! What do these phrases mean: online advertising; content marketing, campaign management; native advertising? My guest today, Steffi, does all of them, and so much more. If you work in marketing, you really should know every one of them. But whether or not you work in marketing, you will find Steffi’s story fascinating.…
 
Margaret Cooney came to my online interviewing room to describe her professional experience as a funder and a fundraiser in the charity sector. Listen to the podcast and tell me what you think!โดย Laura Leoncini
 
If you have a desire to help people, you like to study and you want to keep learning and progressing on your job, then the profession of a clinical psychologist is a possible avenue for you. You want to know more? Listen to Soraia Esteves.โดย Laura Leoncini
 
Raj Joshi has a saying: if you go through life where you can be happy that’s good, but if you go through life where you can also do good to others, then even better. Raj has combined his medical background with his passion for adventure travel. An inspiring tale from a top expedition leader running his Adventure Boutique in the UK.…
 
PA stands for Personal Assistant. Gioele works in Milan for a famous fashion designer house. He is the personal assistant of the principals. Confidentiality is paramount, and so is Gioele's identity. Listen to his story: I find it very interesting. More stories to tell? follow me on Instagram: jobtales.podcast…
 
Who is a sommelier? What is Hop ‘n Vine tours? Let’s listen to John Peñate as he tells us how he moved to Italy 15 years ago, became a tour guide, then a wine tour expert, and moved back to the US, to discover a whole wine and beer culture in San Diego. In his forties, John is crafting his passion for wine and beer and is designing tours in his new…
 
From his hometown in Mauritius to the Swiss newspaper “Le Temps”. This is the journey of Ram Etwareea, who studied economics and got an opportunity to work as a journalist, moving from Mauritius to Europe. Curiosity and knowledge are the skills Ram sees as key to the profession of journalist. Enjoy the job tale.…
 
Do you know what Samantha Cristoforetti, Matthias Maurer, Andreas Mogensen, Luca Parmitano, and Thomas Pesquet have in common? They are astronauts, to be exact: active astronauts. I had the honor and pleasure to interview a retired astronaut, Dr. Thomas Reiter, who told me about his extraordinary career at ESA.…
 
Todd Wiener is an entrepreneur from New York with 35 years of experience in nonprofit management and fundraising. The first decade was spent working for organizations including the American Museum of Natural History, Earthwatch, and the Committee to Protect Journalists. He founded Aaron Consulting in 1997 to advise nonprofits on fundraising and man…
 
A former Project Manager, trained in finance and marketing, Sandy Kaufmann was 28 when she felt she wanted to do something different in life. Taking inspiration from her personal love struggle, she did a 3-year course and became a love coach. Today she consults her clients showing them the power of combined mental training and human body work. Can …
 
What a more representative job than a banker for my interviews from Switzerland? Philippe is a true Lausanneois and he offered to talk on my podcast to tell his story. How he became a banker, what he wishes his career to go, what advise he has for Swiss and foreign professionals who want to work in a Swiss bank. Enjoy the episode. Thank you Philipp…
 
Danielle Stynes founded Swiss Ski Safari 15 years ago, creating a niche market in the travel industry. She is the only woman in Switzerland doing this, and she explains how she managed to start her business from scratch, and what are the keys to an entrepreneur's success. There will be hard times and good times in the life of an entrepreneur, but i…
 
Inspired by Final Fantasy, and then The Matrix: Lars decided that’s what he wanted to do in life. He is an animator and cinematographer by trade, and has become expert in 3D animation and production for video games. Watch Dogs, Assassins Creed, Minecraft, League of Legends…. These are all games that millions of people play around the world, and tha…
 
If you tune in to Al Jazeera, every morning you will be delighted by the big smile of Everton Fox as he announces the weather forecast. Everton is a Meteorologist and has worked for the Met Office and the BBC before moving to Doha. He was so kind to grant me an interview. I wanted to know how you become a weather presenter, and what is the path to …
 
If you have come across his Facebook page, you know who I am talking about: The Podcast Lawyer. Gordon Firemark is an entertainment lawyer from California and he has created his own podcast; besides for having a beautiful voice, he is also very informative . I had the pleasure to interview him to ask how he came to become an entertainment lawyer, a…
 
I met Andrew hiking on the Swiss mountains. A British man who lived 20 years in Australia and the past 11 years in Switzerland. He works at a pharmaceutical company as a clinical scientist. His work is around drug development. Fascinating, for who needs ideas of what to do with a pharmacist or medical degree.…
 
Organiser of a major event: this has become Gert’s specialty. Not just an event but the second largest rally in the world: the Morocco Desert Challenge. I have known Gert since the University years: we both studied communications. After working for Cable and Wireless as a Communication Manager, he decided to take a year off the corporate world and …
 
Chris has worked as Line Producer for several decades. Film making is very appealing, but when you are not from the industry, you don't see the hard work that goes behind making a film or a TV series. Chris tells us how he started his job and what it takes to be a good producer. Do you want to inspire others and share your professional experience? …
 
Catherine comes from New Zealand, but in the last decade she has lived out of a suitcase together with her husband and two children. We crossed path when she was in South Africa in 2014. She started in the film industry, working as an Assistant Director. How Not to Fall in Love, Actually is her first novel. Then came Make or Break. A third novel is…
 
My intention is to disclose all possible professions around the world. I stumbled upon John Wreford's blog by chance, and found his journey interesting. I asked him if he wanted to be interviewed to share his story with you and me, and he agreed. And like that, we connected. I from Switzerland, he from Bulgaria. John has lived in Syria for ten year…
 
When you work in film production, you get to meet very many professions at once. During my two seasons at Black Sails in Cape Town I had the pleasure to interact with all departments, from costumes to set design, from make up to transport. Hamish was hired from the UK to be the Armourer and Sword Master on the TV series. Fascinating job, and a voca…
 
She wanted to be a ballerina, and she was attracted by the medical profession. Life and choices took her to start her career as an actress, first in theater, then in TV. Fiona Ramsay, from South Africa, shares her experience on stage and on set, and tells us about dialogue coaching. You never know in life which door opens and how work eventually de…
 
Aleks works at JTI (Japan Tobacco International) as a Diversity and Inclusion Manager. Fascinating job, whose mission is to help others be themselves. This is why I do this podcast: to learn and tell about jobs I would not otherwise know about, within my own circle of friends and colleagues. Aleks found me on Facebook when I advertised my podcast o…
 
At the age of 40 she changed her life, moving to Gabriola Island (Vancouver) with her family and establishing her Soul Farm. Thirza is an intuitive guide, she works with people using equine therapy. She has her own equine facilitator wellness program and much more. Listen to this podcast episode to know more about her career path. www.soulfarm.ca -…
 
From bartender to content creator: Jurai tells me his journey that took him from the United States to Switzerland, realising his dream job. It took him 35 years to understand what he wanted to do, basically all his life. The right cocktail for success? Failure, patience and determination. You have suggestions for my podcast? Please connect with me:…
 
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