Productivity seems to be more of a career-oriented topic, but this is actually really important in wildlife and conservation work, and it’s something that is often overlooked.
#80: 7 Ways to Become a Better Biologist on Your Own
In mid 2020 when COVID shut so many things down ( virtually everything), a lot of people lost their volunteer positions, internships, or seasonal positions, and they felt that it really set them back in their career in terms of getting experience. Some people are still having a hard time finding openings because of COVID.
#79: Creating a Vision to Accelerate and Amplify Your Wildlife Goals
We’re still pretty new into the new year so it’s the perfect time to talk about vision. I’ve been talking about the importance of having a vision for the longest time, but I haven’t talked about what it is or really how to do it.
#78: Focus on What’s Important By Saying No
If you are a regular listener to this podcast, you will remember that at the end of September last year, I said I was taking a break from the podcast…
#77: The Best is Yet to Come: Thoughts on Getting Older and Life Changes
Is age really just a number? So many people talking about getting older and having problems…the good years are behind them and life just keeps getting worse. But not for me! Instead I developed a mindset to appreciate my age and be grateful for every day I have here…
#76: Is Work-Life Balance in Science Possible?
This is a science podcast, so why am I talking about work-life balance? Because so many scientists are bad at it!