Work with Marty Nemko

Sundays at 11am

Marty and guests discuss job & work issues and phone-in workovers:  415 841-4134.

Find archived episodes at the show's website.

Marty talks about the voiceover industry with Elaine Clark, author of "There's Money Where Your Mouth Is" and voice actor David Latulippe.

On March 4 at 11 am, I'll talk with Margaret Wehrenberg, author of The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Workbook on anxiety in today's anxious workplace. 

That plus call-in three-minute Workovers, on Work with Marty Nemko, Sundays from 11 am to noon, on KALW, 91.7 FM.

Whether it''s your supervisees, coworkers, a friend, your kid, grandkid, romantic partner, or a sports team, we all coach. Alas, too often, we fail to help the other person as much as we'd like.

Many people think of voiceover as an easy, cool career. But how realistic is it that one can make a living at it--or even enough to pay back the cost of the training and demo?

On Sunday, Feb. 19, I'll ask such questions of Elaine Clark, author of the just-published third edition of There's Money Where Your Mouth Is: A Complete Insider's Guide to Earning Income and Building a Career in Voice-Overs.

That's on Work with Marty Nemko, Sundays from 11 am to noon, here on KALW, 91.7 FM.

 Can you work effectively while drunk or high? Think you might have a substance abuse problem? What if you think your supervisee or coworker does? When can and can't employers require?  My guest Paula Wilbourne, who runs a national substance abuse program for the Veterans Administration and I will discuss those questions. And as usual, you can call-in for a three-minute Workover--I'll try to help you solve your career or self-employment problem. On Work with Marty Nemko, Sundays from 11 am to noon on KALW,91.7 FM, San Francisco.

Ever wonder whether your boss is being honest with you? Your supervisee? Wondering what someone is really feeling?

My guest this Sunday on Work with Marty Nemko is Joe Navarro, author of What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People.

Plus, as usual, you can call in for a three-minute Workover. Whatever career problem ails you or someone you love, I can usually offer at least a baby step forward, sometimes even a giant step.

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This Sunday's Work with Marty Nemko is devoted exclusively to you. If you or someone you love has a work problem or a lack-of-work problem, call in or listen to Marty doing three-minute Workovers on callers. Interspersed, he'll share his favorite new career and workplace ideas. Most listeners say they're not looking for a job but just enjoy listening. Those listeners too are, of course, most welcome.  That's Work with Marty Nemko, this Sunday, Jan 29 from 11 am to noon, here on 91.7 FM, KALW.

Marshall Goldsmith told me he charges each career coaching client $50,000 a year.  He's written a book called, "What Got Your Here Won't Get You There: How successful people become even more successful."  My wife Barbara Nemko and I will explore some of the book's major ideas.  Plus, as usual, you can call in for a three-minute Workover, and Barb and I will try to help you solve your career or workplace problem. Join us Sunday from 11 am to noon on KALW, 91.7 FM.

Nick O' Neill and Shama Kabani, author of the Zen of Social Media Marketing will tell all on Work with Marty Nemko, Sunday at 11 am on, of course, KALW 91.7 FM. Also, you can call in for a three-minute Workover from Marty. 

Work-related predictions for 2012

Jan 1, 2012

1/1/12 New Year's No guest.Work-related predictions for 2012, keys to keeping New Year's Resolutions, plus call-in three minute WorkOvers. 

12 Days of Christmas and God knows what else

Dec 25, 2011

A special holiday show including my worker's version of the 12 Days of Christmas and God knows what else

12/18/12 Barbara and Marty Nemko. Topic Slogans for Occupy 2.0 and Counter-Occupy 2.0. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers

12/11/11 Guy Kawasaki and Marty Nemko in conversation about Kawasaki's book, Enchantment: the art of changing hearts, minds, and actions. Plus, three-minute Workovers on callers and Marty's favorite new career nuggets.

Patrick Tucker, Deputy Editor of The Futurist

Dec 4, 2011

12/4/11 Patrick Tucker, Deputy Editor of The Futurist and Content Director for the World Futures Society on careers and work in the future. Plus, three-minute Workovers on callers. 

11/27/11.  Should Christmas/Holiday trees be allowed in the workplace? Plus 10 high-satisfaction careers.

Mays and Sloane, co-authors of Fired at 50

Nov 20, 2011

11/20/11. Tucker Mays and Bob Sloane, co-authors of Fired at 50: How to overcome the greatest job-search challenge. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers on callers. 

11/13/11.  Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the new book, How to Win Friends and Influence People in a Digital Age. Plus call-in three-minute WorkOvers on callers

11/6/11 Nora Bensahel, Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security on the present and future of military careers 

10/30/11. Top-rated TED Talk presenter, Cameron Herold, on how to create more entrepreneurs plus call-in three-minute career makeovers 

Ways To Build Willpower

Oct 23, 2011

10/23/11.

Call-in three-minute career makeovers, plus my favorite new career-related ideas, including ways to build your willpower .

 

10/16/11.  The second half of my interview with two-time Pulitzer-winning biographer David McCullough. Plus Vivek Wadhwa on lessons from the new generation of Indian and Chinese entrepreneurs: Lessons from China, India, and the U.S

10/9/11. Two-time Pulitzer-winning biographer David McCullough. Plus, Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, 50 Jewish Women Who Changed the World

Life of Being an Organic Farmer

Oct 2, 2011

10/2/11. Josh Thomas of Thomas Farm on what it's really like to be an organic farmer. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers

9/25/11. Heather Krasna, author of Jobs That Matter: Find a Stable, Fulfilling Career in Public Service. Plus call-in three-minute career makeovers. 

Land a Job with College Degrees

Sep 18, 2011

9/18/11.  No guest. College degrees that might actually land you a good job. Plus call-in 3-minute career and self-employment makeovers

9/11/11.  Barbara and Marty Nemko discuss the book, If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Lose Weight?

9/4/11.  Pulitzer nominee Arnold Weinstein, author of Morning, Noon, and Night: Finding Meaning of Life's Stages Through Books

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