Business, Life, & Coffee | Entrepreneurship, Life Hacks, Personal Development for Busy Professionals If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.




On this episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee podcast I answer listener letters about their career goals and we talk with Career Coach Rachel Kim.

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The Foundation of a Successful Professional Career ft. Marco LeRoc


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When it comes to finding our purpose in life and career, we typically ask ourselves these questions: "What do I want to do?" "What will it take for me to get there?" and also - "What happens if I fail?"
Our featured guest on this episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee show has written a new book that will challenge you to re-evaluate the steps you take towards career success - and it all starts with one powerful question: "Why?"

 Marco LeRoc, CEPF® is the founder of Marco LeRoc & Company. He is a Certified Educator in Personal Finance, a coach, and a renowned international speaker on the topics of personal finance and personal development, an established self-leadership coach, and an international speaker inspiring others daily with his tactics for financial freedom and career innovation. . Marco is the author of three published books—Cash In With Your Money and Screw College Debt— and his latest entitled "Activate Your Untapped Potential."


83 - Spring Cleaning Resume Tips w/ @ResumeCrusade



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While January may be the time when most employees quit their jobs, Spring time always brings about the possibility of change and thoughts of "what-if." According to the latest research, most Americans will have 4 jobs by the age of 32, and get this - the average employee spends 5 to 20 hours per week searching for jobs online!


If you're looking for a new career, the first thing you'll need is a brand new resume. Joining us today to talk about career change and ways to stand out in a crowded field is the man, the myth, the legend! - Chris Fields, Owner of The Resume Crusade.

At, The ResumeCrusade , Chris helps job seekers by updating their total resume branding packages.

Since 2012, he has helped nearly 600 people with their resume credentials and his resumes have led to client interviews with Amazon, Google, Uber, Visa, PWC, Federal Express, Arby's Corporate, Work Day, REI, University of Houston, University of Illinois, University of Memphis, University of Georgia and many others.


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Deloitte Greenhouse has created a system called Business Chemistry, a data-driven approach to recognizing and responding to differences in people’s business styles (Recently featured in the Harvard Business Review). Every Business Chemistry type is represented in the C-suite. Whether you like the big picture, crave details, value diplomacy, or prioritize directness, the degrees to which varying characteristics are represented in the C-suite may surprise you.

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On this episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee show, Kim Christfort, the national managing director of The Deloitte Greenhouse Experience group, will take us inside findings of the study so we can all learn how to forge stronger working relationships, tap into team strengths and accomplish more together.

Which Business Chemistry type do you identify with:

  • Drivers: Value challenge and generate momentum
  • Guardians: Value stability and bring order and rigor
  • Integrators: Value connection and draw teams together
  • Pioneers: Value possibilities and spark creativity


About Business Chemistry and Deloitte Greenhouse:

About Business Chemistry

Since its inception, Business Chemistry has been shared with more than 200,000 professionals in more than 160 countries. Deloitte offers several tools to help teams and organizations learn about Business Chemistry, including Biz Chem 20 Questions, a tool that helps one create a hunch about someone else’s type. The Business Chemistry Blog, written by the Business Chemistry team, showcases how teams and relationships fuel our work with timely topics and unique insights.


About Deloitte’s Greenhouse Experience Group

Deloitte’s Greenhouse experience group specializes in experiential problem-solving, and continues to advance this focus through tailored research, tools and designed experiences. Its physical spaces, the U.S. Deloitte Greenhouse™ facilities, are part of a growing global network of flexible environments designed to help clients and Deloitte professionals cultivate and nurture new ideas and solutions. In addition to the U.S., Deloitte Greenhouse™ spaces are located in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited member firms in Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, South Africa, Southeast Asia (Singapore) and the U.K., as well as at Deloitte University Europe, the Middle East and Africa (DU EMEA). Several additional Greenhouses are set to open in the coming months.






Each and every day, leaders face choices.

It’s how we make those choices that determines the kind of leader we can be. In Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, Rocky Romanella uses his over forty years of experience in supply chain, logistics and transportation, retail, sales and operational management at UPS, and his CEO and Director roles, to explore the ways a true leader can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead the organization and its people to new levels of success.

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CEO, Founder and Director. Experienced Keynote Speaker and Trainer focused on Culture, Values, Leadership, Improvement

A respected business leader willing to take risks and new challenges. More than 38 years of executive level experience including: development and implementation of high-level strategies, merger and acquisition integration, operations management, profit and loss (P&L) responsibility, and liaison between the board of directors and corporate operations. Extensive experience in national and global transportation, industrial engineering, inside operations and supply chain management. Growth, expansion and innovative thinking have led to these positions of increasing responsibility in all facets of business. Recognized as a perceptive leader who navigates and guides cross-functional business ventures to define, prioritize and deliver strategic initiatives for maximum value and profitable results.

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Fostering “spark moments” of innovation can be one of the most significant challenges for large corporations, and a common impediment to long-term success.


Corporate intrapreneurship has spurred some of the most innovative companies and products, but is still considered more of a fancy term than realized innovation. Of late, many leading companies are jumping into a new wave of intrapreneurship in the form of internal startup models, with a goal to unearth existing IP that have potential for market success.


On this episode, K.P. Reddy, Co-Founder and Partner of The Combine shares:


o    The process behind corporate intrapreneurship

o    Who and what The Combine is

o    How a “Go Team” approach to corporate innovation inspires

o    The 5 new companies created by corporate intrapreneurship


 About K.P.:

K.P. Reddy

K.P. Reddy is a venture capitalist, angel investor, and AEC expert with over 20 years of experience in disruptive innovation. He serves as Partner at The Combine. The Combine partners with enterprise organizations and technical founders to convert their promising intellectual property into viable, scalable businesses. He is a globally-recognized expert on advanced technologies including Building Information Modeling (BIM), Collaborative Communication, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Applications and Cloud computing. Currently K.P. is the CEO of SoftWear Automation Inc, a leading developer of robotic sewing automation that promises to drive down the cost of apparel and textile manufacturing while increasing quality and speed to market for retailers.

September 30, 2016  
How To Make Your Business Recession-Proof
Brett Reizen, President/CEO at Entertainment Benefits Group
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Having started his business in the midst of 9/11 and enduring through a housing crisis and recession, Brett's Entertainment Benefits Group is now celebrating 15 years of astounding growth. On the show, he looks back over the past 15 years and shares his tips on how to build a recession-proof business.

About Brett:

Brett D. Reizen is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Entertainment Benefits Group (EBG), a leading provider of travel and entertainment worldwide. As the original co-founder of the company in 2001, Reizen has been President and CEO since inception. Reizen led the transition of EBG from a tech start-up venture into a thriving travel and entertainment business with both a major online and growing in-market presence. Achieving double and triple digit year-after-year growth, EBG now operates 8 brands, has more than 400 employees and serves 60 million customers annually.  In addition to other multiple EBG sales channels, Reizen has led the way in growing and developing the most comprehensive corporate benefits programs, including TicketsatWork, Plum Benefits and Working Advantage. To date, EBG maintains client relationships with over 40,000 corporations that reach over 50 million employees.


About Entertainment Benefits Group: 
Entertainment Benefits Group (EBG) is one of the largest privately held travel and entertainment providers in the United States. Headquartered in Miami with offices in Orlando, New York and Las Vegas, the company features the largest and most comprehensive corporate benefits program for travel and entertainment. With a network of consumer and B2B businesses, EBG has a proven track record of establishing successful and innovative website portals and partnerships. Owning 100 percent of its technology, EBG has developed a customized point-of-sale ticketing and administration system that reaches more than 60 million users and supports a continuously growing infrastructure. EBG also operates two customer service call centers, more than 45 retail locations in Las Vegas and Orlando’s largest Premier Ticket and Operations Center – located near Universal Orlando Resort and minutes away from Walt Disney World. EBG brands include:,,,,,, and Tickets & Tours.


Give Your Boss a Piece of Your Mind - The Right Way


Ft. Anita Bowness

Global Practice Leader of Halogen Software

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We’ve all heard of the phrase“managing up,” but what does it mean to give feedback to your boss – and how canyou do it the right way without getting fired? Research shows that many peopleleave organizations due to bad management, so why not turn that around andempower employees to give managers a piece of their mind?

Joining me to tackle thistough and touchy topic today is

Anita Bowness, GlobalPractice Leader of Halogen Software

About Anita:

Anita joined Halogen in 2014 with nearly 20 years' experience in consulting and professional services, the majority of which has been spent enabling client organizations leverage the talent of their workforce to achieve desired strategic results. As a Solutions Consultant with Halogen, Anita draws upon her prior HR and consulting experience in the areas of recruitment, onboarding, performance management, learning and development, succession planning, organizational development, competency mapping and change management. Her consulting experience has spanned many sectors, including IT, government, defense, retail, telecommunications, healthcare, education, logistics and professional services. Anita holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in HRM from the University of Ottawa, and an Masters in HRM from the University of Leeds.

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How Not to Waste Your Time in College

Ft. Jena Burgess (@CoachJenaB)
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What things in addition to your degree does it take to get the job you want? There can be a lot to consider: grades, soft skills, technical skills, resume and networking. And at times it can get overwhelmingly confusing to know which one to start with. Don't worry though, on this episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee podcast, author Jena Burgess, PHR talks about all this and more.

Her new book Super Qualified is a roadmap that includes the student voice in the conversation that colleges and companies are having about the perception, realities and practicalities of being qualified for work.

This episode is great for college students, parents of college students, and professionals looking to make a return to grad school.

About Jena Burgess:
Jena Burgess is a career coach and trainer dedicated to developing learning experiences that meet the changing needs of today’s professionals. She is the CEO of Coach Jena B LLC, a boutique professional development firm focused on professional success. Jena leverages her human resources and diversity and inclusion experience in Fortune 500’s, non-profits, start-ups and financial institutions to empower her facilitation with clients. She is an accomplished facilitator and is often a guest speaker at top universities, colleges and corporations. Participants describe her workshops as thoughtful, inclusive and FUN. Jena is often leveraged for her unique understanding of Millennials and Generation Z. She serves as a board member for HBCU Career Development Marketplace. Jena is certified in the art of Gamification, the process of infusing fun game-like mechanics to motivate human behavior.
June 23, 2016  
Election 2016: Polarizing Candidates Create Significant Headaches at Work

Evren Esen, SHRM-SCP
Director, Workforce Analytics, SHRM
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This election year is brining greater political volatility to the workplace, with slightly more than one-quarter of respondents to a new Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) survey reporting tension, hostility or arguments among co-workers because of political affiliation.
Discussing this volatility - and what employers are doing about it - is SHRM Workforce Analytics Director Evren Esen, SHRM-SCP.
Quick Facts:

  • 72% of HR professionals indicated their organizations discouraged political activities in the workplace.
  • 24% of organizations had a written (i.e., formal) policy on political activities, and 8% had an unwritten (i.e., informal) policy.
  • 86% of HR professionals indicated their organizations allowed employees to take either paid (53%) or unpaid (33%) time off to vote.

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