Top 3 Podcast Episodes To Listen To This Week

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Need some podcast recommendations? Check out our episode picks of the week!

Here at Work It Daily, we understand the power of podcasts. We're all about forming good habits, and doing something every day to grow your career.

Listening to podcasts is a fun way to gain perspective, explore ideas, and learn something new. And, believe it or not, podcasts can also help you achieve career growth and success.

Want to build better habits and start "working it daily"? Give these three podcast episodes a listen.

"Brené with Scott Sonenshein on Stretching and Chasing" (Unlocking Us with Brené Brown)

Work It Daily's podcast club episode recommendation (Unlocking Us with Bren\u00e9 Brown)

Dr. Scott Sonenshein, research, professor, and author of Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less – and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined, is the guest on this episode of Unlocking Us with Brené Brown. Listen as Dr. Scott and Brené talk about being scrappy, the benefits of being an outsider instead of an expert, and why comparison steals our joy.

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"Tips To Being Likeable and Confident in Video Chats and Zoom Calls | Vanessa Van Edwards on Women of Impact" (Women of Impact)

Work It Daily's podcast club episode recommendation (Women of Impact)

On this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa Bilyeu talks with Vanessa Van Edwards, professional investigator into the science of human behavior. Hear her tips for the best way to deal with video calls, job interviews, and first dates. Also, learn about some surprising tricks and strategies for being likeable and confident in a virtual setting, and why it's better to reveal your inadequacies and insecurities sooner rather than later.

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162: How To Get Un-Stuck (The Rachel Hollis Podcast)

Work It Daily's podcast club episode recommendation (The Rachel Hollis Podcast)

Feeling stuck? Rachel Hollis knows the feeling. Whether you're stuck in your career, in your routine, or in a relationship, there are some tips that can help you get un-stuck. And on this episode of The Rachel Hollis Podcast, you'll find out just what they are. If they worked for Rachel, they could help you in your life—wherever you're feeling stuck.

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Looking for another great podcast to listen to? Check out JT Talks Jobs! Join J.T. O'Donnell, Work It Daily's founder and CEO, as she provides industry-leading insights into job search and career growth.

Are you a podcast-enthusiast looking to achieve career success? Get inspired to grow your career today by joining Work It Daily's Podcast Club!

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