Middle School Matters, The Kindness Rocks Project, Dress Code Distress, Petitions, Job Search Success, Mini Book Club: Self Help, Cats at the Vet
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 241
- Aug 22, 2019 2:00 pm
- 1:41:15 mins
Middle School Matters (0:00:00) Phyllis Fagell, licensed clinical counselor and author of the book "Middle School Matters," explains why starting middle school can be so difficult for children, and gives tips for making the transition as smooth as possible. The Kindness Rocks Project (0:13:28) Megan Murphy, creator of the Kindness Rocks Project, talks about the inspiration behind her organization and how it's striving to infuse more kindness into the world. Dress Code Distress (0:28:08) Brandi Britton, District President for the specialized staffing firm Robert Half, explains what is appropriate to wear in the workplace, and what isn't. Petitions (0:50:38) Director of Social Sciences at Harvard University Daniel Carpenter discusses the real effect of petitions, and what the best way is to have your voice be heard. Achieving Job Search Success (1:05:18) Mark Beal, author of "Career in Transition: 101 Lessons to Achieve Job Search Success," talks through the keys to successfully finding a new job. Mini Book Club: Self-Help (1:21:35) Rachel Wadham, of BYU Radio's Worlds Awaiting, talks with Lisa and Richie about the best self-help books to read. Cats and the Vet (1:30:06) Nationally ronowned veterinarian Dr. Natalie Marks discusses the signs that we need to take our cat to the vet.