The final episode of season one of Office Hours. In this episode, TK and Isaac answer the remainder of the questions that were submitted during the season–35 in total–and offer advice and recommendations on how to overcome professional challenges. Questions: – How do I find a job that values me as an employee? – How do I find freelance clients? – How do I improve my time management? – How do I learn to sell and advertise myself as a valuable professional – How do I find what field I should pursue? – How do I prioritize my work to become more efficient? – How do I improve my confidence overall? – How do I restart my career after losing a job I held for twenty years? – How do I write a proper cover letter? – How do I apply my skills in a productive and secure way, so I can legally protect my screenplay from plagiarism? – How do I get a part time job while in high school? – How do I prevent perfectionism from getting in the way? – How do I get better at networking? – How do I find work that is both rewarding and flexible? – How do I finish writing a book when I keep tearing up pages and throwing them away? – I teach private music lessons right now, but don’t know if I can do it as a career. How can I find out? – How do I confidently sell myself in an interview? – How do I make connections stick in the long-term? – Should I try to move up in my retail job or chase my job of being a screen writer? – How do I find the right work environment? – How do I identify painful problems or strong desires in the marketplace? – How do I maintain seriousness and professionalism on the job as a 16-year-old? – Should I get a job in programming or continue to pursue a career on YouTube? – As a leader, how do I deal with the growing culture change that values employees feelings way more than their actual performance? – How do I overcome my fear of talking in front of audiences? – How do get people to take me seriously in business as a young female? – How do I take my emotions out of business decisions? – I love learning, but I haven’t found the one thing that makes my passions flare in the workplace besides my love of learning? – I’m not sure I’m in the right profession, what do I do? – How do I create a work lifestyle that allows me to be my own boss and travel while creating value for the world through my skills for writing and editing? – I got fired yesterday because I wasn’t properly trained, what do I do? – My sixteen year old son is an inventor, what are some post school opinions? – I work remotely, 3000 miles from the rest of my team. Because we only communicate in writing, some of coworkers have gotten the wrong impression of me. I get along well with the other teams in my business. Should I give up on trying to get along with everyone? – How do I deal with brain fog and staying focused? – How do I find something that I’m both passionate about and good at?

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