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Welcome to Hello Monday – a show where senior editor at large Jessi Hempel investigates how we’re changing the nature of work, and how that work is changing us. What does work mean to us? Should we love what we do? How do we make sure we still have jobs tomorrow, and that they’re good jobs – jobs we feel good about? Each week, Jessi will talk to featured guests who have navigated layoffs, company collapses, evaporating industries, and emerged from these transitions happier and more successful. We'll infuse these interviews with reporting from LinkedIn managing editor Caroline Fairchild to unearth and present lessons that apply to our own careers.
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Great interview, excellent questions
I listen to a ton of podcasts while I work everyday, and I’m excited to add Hello Monday into the rotation. I’m very impressed with Jessi’s interview questions. They were on point and very thought provoking. Great first episode!
Came up short as advertised
The first full episode with Seth Myers came very short of what I was expecting from LinkedIn about career and vocation. I was expecting learning, tips, and general wisdom from experts for career and vocation. What we got was a fan-girl interview of someone famous. The occasional management and leadership morsels where not expanded on and quickly lost. Obviously highly scripted and was left wondering if anything was asked that was not on a notecard... because “don’t you see these notecards!”
Towards the end they thought about synthesizing some information into something useful, but then rolled some random clip from left field and then proceeded to talk about what they were going to do in the podcast some day. I guess if you get Seth Myers for episode one take advantage of the opportunity for audience, but I hope in the future they actually deliver on what the podcasts is advertised for. I also thought that it was quite annoying to bombard us with a heavy advertising load for a podcast on episode one... Microsoft has the resources to throw out some unsupported episodes to establish value for the listener before dropping advertisers on us.
Lot of lessons
Came here because of Seth and found myself repeating some of his lessons around the office (I am not in show business). Jesse is a really good interviewer. I haven't heard anything like this before. Subscribed!