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Special Edition Interview No. 1 - With Guest Jeff Altman

There You Go with Trent Mabry

This is a special edition of the podcast. I interviewed comedian Jeff Altman, he did Letterman over 40 times, appeared in a bunch of sitcoms (Night Court, Mork and Mindy, The Dukes Of Hazzard), and was a regular at The Comedy Store. We talked about starting out at The Comedy Store, doing The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, his friendship with David Letterman. He tells some great stories about Chevy Chase and Richard Pryor getting into an argument, Rodney Dangerfield looking for Sam Kinison at the Store, and doing magic with Muhammad Ali in his hotel room. And much more! I really enjoyed this episode and I hope to do more interviews like this as well as the sillier episodes in the future. Thanks for listening.  Follow me! Twitter: https://twitter.com/trentmabry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trent_mabry/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trent-mabry/support

50mins

17 Mar 2021

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Episode 27: How can active job seekers gain access to their ideal roles in the Hidden Job Market? Jeff Altman interviews Tony Talbot

Career Move SECRETS with Tony Talbot

How can active job seekers gain access to their ideal roles in the Hidden Job Market?This is the key question Jeff Altman asked me when I was a recent guest on his podcast NO. B.S. Job Search Radio. Jeff was my guest in Episode 26 of my Career Move Secrets Podcast and he and I found that we were like minded in much of our views on job searching and interviewing.Jeff asked me to come on his show and talk in detail about the hidden job market and I thought I would re-appropriate our discussion for my own podcast episode.So here I am as a guest on my own Podcast, which is a bit weird but also great fun.Jeff had me really opening up on the subject and offering some in depth insider advice for senior active job seekers!

40mins

23 Sep 2020

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Episode 26: Did you know that leveraging your network is the most successful job search strategy? Use LinkedIn to turbo boost this strategy! An interview with Jeff Altman, Executive Career Coach

Career Move SECRETS with Tony Talbot

Did you know that leveraging your network is the most successful job search strategy?Use LinkedIn to turbo boost this strategy!In Episode 26 I interview Jeff Altman.Jeff is the host of the No B.S. Job Search Advice Radio, the No. 1 Podcast in Apple Podcasts for Job Searching.Jeff has been podcasting for over 10 years and his is coming up on 2000 Episodes!Jeff is also a Career Coach, a Leadership Coach and an Executive Coach having spent the previous 40 years in Executive Search earning the title the Big Game Hunter!So Jeff knows a thing or two about job searching and how it has changed over the years.We spend our time together talking about job searching, networking and the power of Linkedin. The conversation is littered with great advice for today's executive job seekers.

33mins

15 Sep 2020

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Episode #173: Jeff Altman | Why It Pays to Get a Coach

Yeukai Business Show

Isn’t it a lot easier to ask for advice and support than to have to figure out everything by yourself? In this episode of Enlightened Entrepreneur Podcast, a renowned business and career coach, Jeff Altman shares key things every business owner must know about before getting started with or continuing to seek success. According to him, “Your net worth comes from your network and the more people who know, like and trust you, the easier it becomes to build a business.” Key Questions Asked: What triggered Jeff to venture into the coaching industry? What roadblocks did Jeff face earlier on and how did he overcome them? How did he get his initial client? What are the major myths and misconceptions business owners have about building a successful business? What qualities do business owners have to look out for if they’re going to choose a coach? What should be the mindset of somebody coming to have a session with a coach? Highlights of Lessons Learned: Strategies and Techniques How to get your idea out in the market: Try to minimize risk. Branding became an issue for Jeff early on because he was being seen as a job search and executive recruiting professional instead of a coach. His marketing strategy involves making sure that everyone understands what he was looking for, and reaching out to people through podcast circuit and social media. Misconceptions First misconception business owners have about building a successful business is that they think they have to figure things out by themselves. Second, if you just force things, if you push harder if you just try it much harder, it’s gonna be fine; when in fact, it’s not taking you anywhere. Coaches & Clients What coaching really helps someone do is receive input from someone who has a different perspective, who can see things that the person being coached may be missing. The best way to find a coach is from a referral, ask someone you know who’s been coached what sort of things their coach helped them with. Another thing to remember when looking for a coach is to take a leap of faith in conducting an initial experiment. The golden moment that prompts people to seek coaching is when they feel they’re up against the wall to a point where they’re willing to contact someone to help them. What’s best for business owners to do is not wait until the point of crisis but to develop a relationship with a coach before they even face a huge challenge.

42mins

8 Jun 2020

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Jeff Altman, the Workplace Wonderkid and Host of the No BS Job Search Advice Radio Reveals Why He’s The Most In-Demand Coach for Individuals and Organizations Looking To Hire Top Talent.

Get Clients Now

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1hr 18mins

28 Feb 2020

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Jeff Altman: Why It Pays to Get a Coach

Home Care Business Podcast

Jeff Altman and I discuss the benefits of working with a coach, especially when you are starting out as a business owner. What you will discover: How to get your idea out in the market and minimize riskWhat coaching really helps business owners withThe best way to find a good coach to work withWhen is the best time to seek help from a coach Jeff Altman is a Career and Leadership Coach. He is the founder of The Big Game Hunter, Inc. For more information, you can visit: https://www.thebiggamehunter.us/

43mins

24 Jan 2020

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#81) The Ultimate Interview Framework | Jeff Altman

Career Warrior Podcast

Today, we have a conversation about interviews! Because this is the missing piece for many of us before we land our dream job. I speak with Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter & Host of No BS Job Search Advice Radio.We cover the following:What are some uncommon techniques to stand out from other applicants?What's the best way to answer, "Tell me about yourself."?The SOAR technique.Why is it important to rehearse interview answers?Resources Mentioned in The Show:Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter, website: https://thebiggamehunter.us/Follow Jeff on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebiggamehunter/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45mins

21 Oct 2019

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Episode #32: Jeff Altman | Why It Pays to Get a Coach

Yeukai Business Show

Jeff Altman Talks About Why It Pays to Get a Coach Isn’t it a lot easier to ask for advice and support than to have to figure out everything by yourself? In this episode of Enlightened Entrepreneur Podcast, renowned business and career coach, Jeff Altman shares key things every business owner must know about before getting started with or continuing to seek success. According to him, “Your net worth comes from your network and the more people who know, like and trust you, the easier it becomes to build a business.” Key Questions Asked: What triggered Jeff to venture into the coaching industry? What roadblocks did Jeff face earlier on and how did he overcome them? How did he get his initial client? What are the major myths and misconceptions business owners have about building a successful business? What qualities do business owners have to look out for if they’re going to choose a coach? What should be the mindset of somebody coming to have a session with a coach? Highlights of Lessons Learned: Strategies and Techniques How to get your idea out in the market: Try to minimize risk. Branding became an issue for Jeff early on because he was being seen as a job search and executive recruiting professional instead of a coach. His marketing strategy involves making sure that everyone understand what he was looking for, and reaching out to people through podcast circuit and social media. Misconceptions First misconception business owners have about building a successful business is that they think they have to figure things out by themselves. Second, if you just force things, if you push harder, if you just try it much harder, it’s gonna be fine; when in fact, it’s not taking you anywhere. Coaches & Clients What coaching really helps someone do is receive input from someone who has a different perspective, who can see things that the person being coached may be missing. The best way to find a coach is from a referral, ask someone you know who’s been coached what sort of things their coach helped them with. Another thing to remember when looking for a coach is to take a leap of faith in conducting initial experiment. The golden moment that prompts people to seek coaching is when they feel they’re up against the wall to a point where they’re willing to contact someone to help them. What’s best for business owners to do is not wait till the point of crisis but to develop a relationship with a coach before they even face a huge challenge.

42mins

14 Aug 2019

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Jeff Altman - Episode 7

Conversations With Close

Jeff Altman is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and magician who has appeared as a guest on Late Night with David Letterman and Late Show with David Letterman a combined 45 times. Altman mesmerized contemporaries like David Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld, and inspired future comedians like Judd Apatow. I had a wonderful conversation with Jeff in January 2019.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michaelclose/support

22mins

4 Jul 2019

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Recruiting, careers, and podcasting with the Big Game Hunter Jeff Altman

The Not Average Audio Experience

Our guest today is Jeff Altman, executive recruiter, coach, and host of the #1 podcast for job search Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter, has helped companies hire talent and people find work. More than 40 years of recruiting experience to assist individuals to improve their careers. Jef’s previous work allowed him to do successfully complete searches in 49 of 50 states for positions ranging from C-suite to the staff needed to accomplish objectives, increasing a firm's profitability and market share, working with brand name organizations and startups alike.. He has since transitioned to career coaching, business life & leadership coaching, helping people worldwide. Twitter: @TheBigGameHuntr LinkedIn: @Jeff Altman Instagram: @JeffAltman Email:  JeffAltman@TheBigGameHunter.us Not Your Average Resources: https://thebiggamehunter.us/ - Big Game Hunter Business Website http://jobsearchcoachinghq.com/ - Job Search Coaching Website https://twitter.com/TheBigGameHuntr - Jeff Altman Twitter Page https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebiggamehunter/ - Jeff Altman LinkedIn Page https://www.instagram.com/jeffaltman/ - Jeff Altman Instagram Page https://www.facebook.com/thebiggamehunter?ref=br_rs - Jeff Altman Facebook Page www.crushaverage.com - Crush Average Coaching, Personal Development Content www.scaleaverage.com - Scale Average Business Consulting Services, Professional                                Development Content www.donotaverage.com - The Not Average Audio Experience Podcast https://www.facebook.com/thenotaverage/ - Not Average Media Facebook Page Thanks for Listening!To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below Ask any personal or professional development question over on the contact page at crushaverage.com and scaleaverage.com . Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram To help out the show:Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.Subscribe on iTunes or download our mobile app. Until Next Time continue to be not average everyday!

45mins

10 Dec 2018

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