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Here at WehnerEd, our mission is to enable you to unlock your greatest value, discover your true purpose, and to live a life that fulfills your deepest passions through that work you love. In each episode, we explore tech roles that positively impact the world, uncover the straightest path to earning a career that you’ll love, and provide meaningful insights to help you be your best.

In today’s episode, I am thrilled to chat with Mac Prichard. He worked for over a decade as a communications leader for several non-profit organizations, and today is the founder and president of his own company, Prichard Communications – a public relations organization that serves top-tier foundations, nonprofits and purpose-driven brands across the country.

Mac also founded Mac’s List – an online community that connects tens of thousands of creative professionals (each month!) to creative work and meaningful careers. His Find Your Dream Job podcast garners large audiences and helps them earn fulfilling roles that build meaningful careers. Finally, Mac has also published two books to add to his mission to enable others to do good in the world.

Show Notes:

  • What is the “hidden job market” and how to discover those jobs that aren't available publically
  • The importance of service personally and professionally
  • The power of networking
  • Give without expectations of ever getting anything in return
  • What you need to know to find the right job for you
  • Tools to leverage to help gain clarity on a good career fit
  • A happy and healthy career is one that grows and changes with you and your needs. Take time to regularly pause, reflect, and re-align
  • It's important to learn how to network, learn introspection, and get good at applying/interviewing for new jobs
  • How to effectively network in the digital age
  • How individuals can stand out from the crowd to earn an interview and win the job opening
  • A question that every applicant should ask in interviews
  • Save yourself time by deciding what you want to do before you start your career search. Reflect on your own, take a personality test, or work with a career coach
  • A career is not a one-time decision. It's an organism that changes and grows as you do
  • Don't wait for opportunities to find you. Create your own opportunities for career success

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