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My name is Tony Bellagamba and I use this podcast to help people identify and achieve their Dream Vocation! A job is just a lifeless means of making money but a vocation is a calling and a passion that allows you to earn money while living out a purpose, a passion. A vocation allows you to live a meaningful and fulfilling life while also maximizing your success. So if you want to find a career that is meaningful and fulfilling and then learn how to achieve and succeed in that career, give it ...
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Vocationcast

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In 2010 Pope Benedict XVI asked the young people of the UK "What kind of person do you want to be?" Vocationcast is a podcast to help you discover the answer to this question.
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Vocations

Centre de carrière de l'Université de Genève

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Le podcast de l'Université de Genève qui part à la rencontre de ses diplômé-es pour comprendre leurs parcours, leurs doutes, leurs motivations, et leur manière unique de s'épanouir dans un monde du travail en pleine mutation. Florian Parini vous invite à mieux comprendre comment se composent les itinéraires professionnels propres à chaque diplômé-e.
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Vocation

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Le podcast d'une génération engagée qui veut s'épanouir dans sa carrière. Oser faire ses choix et être soi même. 📸 Retrouvez-nous sur instagram : https://www.instagram.com/vocation.co/ 💌 Et recevez notre newsletter : https://vocationpodcast.substack.com
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Vocation Creation

Jennifer Wenzel

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Diving deep into the five steps of creating work that you can't wait to wake up to do. Featuring interviews with people who have created a vocation that is wildly unique to their purpose, passions, and skills, and who have found a way to earn significant income by straying off the beaten path. We'll also be talking with entrepreneurial experts sharing valuable information on starting and growing your unique vocation. Learn how to create your ideal vocation doing the work you love, with peopl ...
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Candid Catholics, hosted by Abby Normand, gets to the heart of the question: “Why Catholicism?” Why is the Catholic Community one of the largest organizations in the world? Why do people follow Jesus Christ through the Catholic Church? Find the answer as you listen to authentic, extraordinary stories of Catholics from all walks of life on Candid Catholics: Extraordinary Stories, Extraordinary Vocations.
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The every other month, for the time being, podcast of Vocations and Vacations Podcast with Jason and Sam. Every other month we will talk about different vocations, vacations, and other fun things that we have enjoyed, or that a special guest has enjoyed. Our vocations are our callings or stations in life and refer to who we are in relation to one another. The vacations that we take are those thing where we get out and see this wonderful world around us. Be sure to visit us at www.vocationsan ...
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Vocation Soignants

Ramsay Santé

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Découvrez les belles histoires des professionnels des hôpitaux et cliniques Ramsay Santé dans le nouveau podcast "Vocation Soignants". Leurs témoignages nous ouvrent les portes du monde du soin, qui nous est à la fois familier (encore plus depuis ces derniers mois), mais dont nous méconnaissons la diversité. En se confiant, les professionnels de santé de ce podcast nous font le cadeau de récits sincères où se mêlent les belles histoires de soignants engagés et des patients qu’elles soulagent ...
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In this episode we speak with Sarah Charles, documentary filmmaker and storyteller. I love films, so this interview was incredibly interesting to me, as I always wondered what the process of making a documentary actually looks like. Sarah does an amazing job telling us how documentary films are made, with storytelling at the heart of her filmmaking…
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Sr. Carolyn from the Little Sisters of the Poor and Sr. Barbara Mullen, CSJ, Hartford Archdiocesan Delegate for Religious, discuss the many-splendored gift of consecrated life for the Church and for the world. Not only does the consecrated religious life reflect a rich diversity within itself, but the various other forms of consecrated life, offeri…
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In this episode we speak with Donna Jacobsen, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine who works primarily with dogs, cats, and other small animals. I was excited for this episode because when whenever you ask kids what they want to be when they grow up, many will say that they want to be a Veterinarian. Donna became the profession that all of those little ki…
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In this episode we speak with Rick Miranda, Real Estate agent. I’ve known Rick for several years and from the moment I met him it was clear that he was a hard worker. But I didn’t realize the extent to which this man grinds until we did this interview. Rick started working full-time at just 15 years old, putting in 40+ hours a week at McDonalds and…
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In this episode we speak with Grant Small, a tech entrepreneur. Grant is a fascinating individual. He’s a person who sees an opportunity, envisions a solution to that opportunity, and then builds that solution. An entrepreneur in every sense of the word, Grant has built and sold several businesses. While his specialty is in consulting and cybersecu…
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The Little Sisters of the Poor attending the SEEK24 Conference—the theme of which was “Be the Light” (Mt. 5:14)—chat with young adults they encountered at the St. Louis event. College students share their reactions to seeing all the vibrant priests and religious present, identify the special gifts that God has also given them to shine forth among h…
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In this episode we speak with Guy Caprio, a licensed clinical social worker at Loyola University. I first met Guy in a Bible study 15 years ago and hadn’t spoken to him since, but I always remembered him because he was the man that told me how he left the high dollar, high powered world of financial trading to become a therapist for college student…
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Special guest Bently Wood, Region 4 Lead Peer Recovery Specialist Coordinator, for the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority. The post Bently’s journey as a peer recovery specialist appeared first on VR Workforce Studio.توسط Vocational Rehabilitation Workforce Studio » Podcast
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In this episode we speak with Divya Baxi, a genetic counselor who works in the fertility field. Now, I must admit, I had no idea what a genetic counselor was before speaking with Divya and had actually never heard of the profession. However, through our discussion I learned what a unique and fast growing profession this is. As a counselor, Divya’s …
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Dino Vajzovic se définit comme un insaisissable: son profil s'articule avant tout autour d'une forte affinité pour les interactions humaines, une passion pour l'art oratoire, et une volonté farouche d'impacter le monde. Sur le point de soutenir sa thèse en droit, il partage avec enthousiasme les expériences et défis qui ont jalonné son parcours à l…
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In this episode we speak with Brandon Wojcik, a high school principal out of the Buffalo, NY area. I have known Brandon for literally my entire life (spoiler alert, he’s my cousin) and he has always been an inspiration to me. Brandon grew up in a single parent household and built himself into a successful businessman in his 20’s. However, while he …
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In this episode we speak with Pat Brady, a government relations professional or what we often refer to as a lobbyist. This was an incredibly interesting interview because prior to this I always had a very narrow view and limited understanding of what a lobbyist actually is and does. I’ve heard the name tossed around many times in the news over the …
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In this episode we speak with Ammar Divan, an Interventional Pain Management Physician. Ammar’s specialty is as an Anesthesiologist, which for the lay-person like myself, that’s the doctor who puts you under when you go in for surgery. Interventional Pain Management is a subspeciality of anesthesiology. Ammar chose this sub-specialty because while …
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Sister Carolyn from the Little Sisters of the Poor and Fr. Anthony Federico, Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Hartford, discuss “the bold ask” in vocations prayer and ministry, as well as the many reasons for a realistic hope for the flourishing of priestly and religious vocations among those whom God is calling in our day. Active ‘next st…
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In this episode, we speak with Crissy Loberg who is an Interior Decorator. Crissy, like many people, didn’t know what she wanted to do with her life when she was younger but found her calling as her passions and interest met opportunity. She always had a flare for design, to the point that people began noticing how nice her own home looked and then…
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Élise Blandenier a adoré ses études en sciences politiques et en santé globale. Elle est actuellement doctorante en sociologie et consultante dans le domaine de la santé. Son parcours est avant tout marqué par des nombreuses expériences de terrain: au Liban durant son Bachelor, puis dans des camps de réfugiés en Grèce, ou encore à l'unité d'urgence…
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In this episode we speak with Dan Mayer, a seasoned sales executive who recently took the leap and took action on his a long-held dream of starting his own business. After years of success as a Sales professional at some of Silicon Valley’s best companies such as IBM, Salesforce, and Box, Dan decided that it was time to carve out his own path and b…
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If God is indeed calling, then who is picking up these days? Sister Carolyn and Sister Ann Marguerite from the Little Sisters of the Poor discuss the amazing qualities of today’s vocation discerners, the challenges they face, and the importance of encouraging people to “pick up” and hear the Lord’s voice in their hearts, not letting God’s call go t…
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In this episode we speak with a good friend of mine, Pastor Steve Andres. Steve is truly living out his vocation, as he felt called to be a Christian minister in his teenage years. However, while Steve may have known his course in life from an early age, it doesn’t mean his career didn’t have twists and turns. Just like most people I interview that…
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I know what you're feeling right now. You feel lost, lie there' something you're supposed to be doing with your life but you can't figure it out. You feel anxious, like there is something inside of you just bursting to get out but you have no idea what it is. You feel like everyone else has their life figured out, like you're alone on this island o…
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In this episode we speak with Drew Snarey, a friend of mine who has built an amazing career across multiple law enforcement agencies. Drew started out as a local patrol policeman in Michigan and was eventually elevated to being a detective in a gang unit. Working in some of the most dangerous situations on the streets, Drew built a strong reputatio…
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In this episode we speak with one of my best friends in the whole world and one of the most entertaining people you’ll ever meet, Derrick Stricker. Derrick is a commercial real estate professional, working across the industry as a broker, investor, and even a developer. Derrick lives his passion everyday by helping to literally build the community …
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In this episode we speak with Jennifer Radich McCann. Jen is a nurse practitioner specializing in women’s health. Jen has a passion for helping care for people, especially women. She is a strong advocate for women’s health needs, especially women in underserved areas. As she herself says, she like “helping people that need help” and also loves educ…
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In this episode we speak with Dr. Bob Aarestad Jr., a Chiropractor who, like a lot of our podcast guests, found his passion and purpose after a few stops and starts in other fields. Bob explored several careers when he was young, including mechanic, personal trainer, and massage therapist. However, it was after working in a chiropractor’s office fo…
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In this episode we speak with Beth Carter, the founder of a creative marketing agency named Clariant Creative. Beth is an awesome woman, whose story is one of perseverance and never being afraid to try something new. In fact, that’s exactly how she started her marketing agency. When I asked her if she, as the head of a marketing business, was alway…
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The post Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness with Kaleb Jeffries and his story of drones, weather forecasting and the workforce appeared first on VR Workforce Studio.توسط Vocational Rehabilitation Workforce Studio » Podcast
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In this episode we speak with David Cuthbert. David’s career is personally an inspiration to me, as he has excelled across a variety of chapters in his life and built an amazing and diverse career. He began his career in special operations for the navy, leading land and underwater explosive disposal teams. I’ll tell you one thing, that’s a lot cool…
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In this episode we speak with Joe Mazur, an Economist and Economics professor at Purdue University. Joe is a long-time friend of mine, having started in Investment Banking with me before realizing his calling was elsewhere. He’s also, without a doubt, the smartest person I’ve ever met. Joe’s story is one that I hear often, whereas he had an interes…
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In this episode I speak with Jason Anderson, 2nd grade teacher in the Naperville, IL area. Jason is a good friend of mine and after hearing from so many parents about how their kids all love Mr. Anderson, I said, “Hey I have to interview the teacher that everyone loves!”. When he was young, Jason dreamed of being a football player, but after realiz…
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In this episode we talk to Mark Turner. As I was thinking about how to describe Mark and his career for this intro, only one word kept coming to mind: BADASS! If you took only Mark’s first career, which was as a special operations soldier in the Marines, he already qualifies for that title. But after a storied career in the Marines, Mark wasn’t con…
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In today’s episode we speak with Eric Hargarten. Eric is a Healthcare Innovator but his entire arc is one of the more diverse and inspiring stories I’ve come across since starting this podcast. From entering the Air Force directly out of High School to majoring in Physics in college, entering the world of Investment Banking, and ultimately pursuing…
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In this episode we talk to Jonny Imerman. I heard Jonny speak at a non-profit event more than 10 years ago and was instantly captivated by his story, but also by his energy and passion. When Jonny was 26 he experienced a life changing event when was diagnosed with testicular cancer. During that fight, he received an outpouring of love from friends …
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The post VR Innovations and Celebrations PERT-Mart, plus Carol Dobak on the upcoming 50th anniversary of the rehabilitation act appeared first on VR Workforce Studio.توسط Vocational Rehabilitation Workforce Studio » Podcast
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In t his episode I talk about the bullet train that is life and how stepping off once in a while can be a great think. From the time you are a child you are told what to do - get the good grades so you can get into the good college, choose the good major so you can get the good job, keep moving up in that good job to get the better paycheck. Those …
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In this episode we speak with Aaron Rutter, a fireman and paramedic. Aaron is another great example of someone who found their passion, but took a few detours along the way. From coaching lifeguards to joining the military just after 9/11 and deploying to Iraq, Aaron took a few detours (but necessary and helpful ones!) before becoming a full fledge…
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In this episode we talk with Joe Agostinelli, a Physical Therapist. Physical Therapists are basically movement experts. They help people improve the quality of their life and return from injury by providing hands on care, prescribing exercises, and educating the patients. Joe was an athlete in High School and knew fairly early on that he wanted to …
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In this episode we talk with Amir Berenjian, the owner of an immersive technology company that empowers people with new age technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality. After spending 12+ years in the Investment Banking industry, Amir made a pivot and not only become an entrepreneur, but did so in the cutting edge space of immersive …
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In this episode we speak Zac Larson. Zac is the co-founder of a Wealth Management firm. His business helps people to organize and manage their finances in a way that allows them to accomplish their goals and live a life of purpose. In fact, in the podcast you’ll actually hear Zac say his goal is to help people “live intentionally and live generousl…
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Today we talk to Nathan Merz out in Seattle. Nathan is a "car guru" who turned his passion for automobiles into an amazingly successful and, frankly, cool career. From a very young age Nathan was captivated by cars, so much so that he convinced his parents to let him buy his first car at age 13. He quickly discovered that he could flip those cars f…
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My first attempt at a solo cast. Don't chase money, chase your passion and money will follow. Maya Angelou's quote here sums up the message as well as it can be: “You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don't make money your goal. Instead pursue the things you love doing and then do them so well that people can't take their ey…
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In this episode we speak with Tony Friel. Tony started his career as a marine infantry officer and even took himself to the next level by becoming a member of the special forces within the Marines. After 10 years in the military, Tony transitioned careers and became a DEA agent. During his time in the DEA, he pursued large drug busts, developed inf…
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Charlotte Bouamri, notre intervenante pour ce dix-septième épisode, avait pour vocation de travailler dans un secteur en rapport avec l'enfance. Forte de ses différents diplômes, elle est à présent psychologue responsable au Centre d'intervention précoce de la Fondation Pôle Autisme. Animation : Florian Parini Production et réalisation : Centre de …
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Les trajectoires professionnelles sont rarement tracées d'avance. Elles contiennent (heureusement!) une part d'inconnu et des impondérables qui en font l'unicité. Celle de Natacha Buhler l'a menée à Pékin, Bangui, et Hawaii. Il n'y avait pas réellement de fil rouge entre ces trois lieux avant que Natacha ne le tisse: c'est ce parcours à la fois iné…
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Hey everyone, in this episode we speak to Pizza entrepreneur Ric Gruber. And yes, the story of becoming a pizza entrepreneur is as cool as it sounds! Like a lot of people, Ric was pursuing another passion before ultimately finding his true love in the pizza business. He started his career as a lawyer in the technology space, working on patents and …
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In this episode we talk to Dr. Kris Musgraves, a good friend of mine that I went to college with. Dr. Musgraves is a rehabilitation doctor, also known as a physiatrist (pronounced Fiz – I – Atrist). A rehabilitation doctor works with patients who have an ailment that prevents them from functioning the way they did before they were sick. Dr. Musgrav…
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