Episode 62 – Jessica Pettitt – I Am Safe Zone

Jessica Pettitt (@jesspettitt on Twitter) returns to enlighten Craig on sexuality and genders with her new project “ I Am Safe Zone ”. She goes over her fantastic training program, understanding ignorance, defining the “gay agenda”, identifying stereotypes and prejudices while Craig tries his best to keep up with big college words like “hetero-normative”.

Learn more at http://www.IAmSafeZone.com

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Episode 61 – Michele Payn-Knoper – Advocacy

Michele Payn-Knoper (@mpaynknoper on twitter) sits down and talks advocacy and agriculture. Craig asks her about those online secret videos that pop-up on the news, animal hormones and how much time and care is put into the animals that live on farms …

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Episode 60 – Melanie Denny – Resumes

Melanie Denny (@resumeevolution on twitter) calls in and talks creating a better resume with Craig. Craig points how stupid having an objective is on a resume (a job is the objective) while Melanie highlights some trends, avoiding boring templates, adding QR codes and having your resume stand out.
Get a free resume assessment at Melanie’s website www.resume-evolution.com

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Episode 59 – Thom Singer – Networking

Thom Singer (@thomsinger on twitter) returns to prep Craig on his networking skills for this year’s National Speaker Association’s Annual Convention (#NSA12). Thom is in for a tough time as Craig prefers not meeting new people, being alone and driving strangers away with his snarky wit. Thom explains some of the bad habits both new and veteran attendees fall into and how to make the most of any conference or meeting.
Thom is known at the “Conference Catalyst” and can be found at www.ThomSinger.com.

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