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14 Podcast Episodes

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Episode 9: How Networking Can Help You Find a Job with Lauren Obersteadt & Sarah Whitney Anderson

Job Search Strategies with Tiffany Franklin

Effective networking plays a key role in not just our career success but our journey toward becoming more dynamic people. Because of the stakes involved in networking, this activity can be stressful, but today we have Lauren Obersteadt and Sarah Whitney Anderson join us to help us learn how to manage it while becoming more skillful too. Lauren is the Executive Director of Alumni Relations for Vanderbilt University and Sarah is an Assistant Director for Alumni Student Engagement. Our conversation explores a wide range of topics such as how to approach people more naturally for the first time in person and online, how to best present oneself in Zoom meetings, and how to feel less shy while navigating tricky interpersonal terrain. We also cover how to build meaningful connections as quickly as possible, the right amount of follow-up after a cold email, and how to reach out to mentors that you have been out of contact with for a long time. Both of our guests dish out a ton of actionable tips such as trying to view networking in ways that make it seem less intimidating by focusing on the many things beyond career success that lie on the other side of a new relationship. We also hear about the value of pushing past shyness by simply diving in and understanding that it is okay to make mistakes. For an action-packed conversation that will springboard your journey to becoming a masterful networker, tune in today!See www.tjfcareercoach.com/episodes for more details, speaker bios and resources mentioned in the episode.

43mins

15 Jun 2021

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EP 52: THE NYC Q&A (with Sarah Whitney)

What's Stopping You? with Kelsey Jones

It's here. All you could ever wanna know about me moving to New York City. With special guest and future roomie Sarah Whitney. You're welcome. Where you can find Sarah: Personal Instagram: @sarahwhitneyhumphrey Podcast Instagram: @itaintitsispodcast Pre-order Sarah's book, Pretty Young, here! Where you can find me: Personal Instagram: @kelseylynnjones Podcast Instagram: @whatsstoppingyoupodcast

43mins

21 Apr 2021

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Ep.50: From finding a corporate job post grad to being an author, imposter syndrome as women freelancers and the importance of networking with Sarah Whitney from It Ain't It Sis Podcast

My Point Of View

Today's episode with the host of It Ain't It Sis Podcast, Sarah Whitney, and we talk all about her career journey until now, from finding a corporate job in a pandemic to being a freelancer and an author, the importance of networking, her move from San Diego to her hometown, how we handle freelancing especially as women, who suffer it more and all about her book, Pretty Young! Hope you enjoy! Pre Order Pretty Young: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pretty-young-by-sarah-whitney-humphrey#/ Sarah's IG: https://www.instagram.com/sarahwhitneyhumphrey/ It Ain't It Sis IG: https://www.instagram.com/itaintitsispodcast/ It Ain't It Sis Podcast: https://linktr.ee/sarahhumphrey7 My Point Of View on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mypointofview.podcast/ Music: Lukrembo https://soundcloud.com/lukrembo/

1hr 5mins

12 Apr 2021

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Reimagining Your Career with Sarah Whitney

B4 The Stage

The violinist Sarah Whitney is celebrated as a performer, teacher, musicians coach, and musical maverick. Praised by The Washington Post for her “marvelous violin acrobatics,” Sarah has appeared on stages worldwide as a soloist and collaborative artist throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Comfortable in a wide range of settings and musical styles, she is fiercely dedicated to bringing fresh new ideas to classical music and empowering musicians to find their own voice. Where to find out about her group coaching program coming up: Career Reboot https://www.sarahwhitney.com/ https://www.instagram.com/theproductivemusician/ If you have any questions or topics you would like covered on the show please contact me at b4thestage@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/b4thestage/ https://www.instagram.com/b4thestage/ Podcast editor: https://www.gallestudios.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/b4thestage/message

40mins

24 Mar 2021

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Sarah Whitney | Pretty Young

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hi 414 fam! welcome back to another episode! this week's conversation is so special because I had the opportunity to chat with one of my best friends, Sarah! Sarah is an entrepreneur, a podcast host, an author, and she loves people like Jesus! I hope you love this conversation as much as I did and be sure to give Sarah some support by following her journey on Instagram!  Sarah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahwhitneyhumphrey/  It Ain't It Sis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itaintitsispodcast/ 414 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/414podcast/ Nadine's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadinekrill/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pickingmoredaisies/support

40mins

10 Mar 2021

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Ep 15 - Sarah Whitney

Making Noise Podcast

“Productivity is not about getting the most done. Productivity is about getting to the end of your day and feeling like you got enough done.” I was introduced to Sarah's work through a 3-day online coaching seminar called the Ultimate Music Business Summit. She did a presentation called “Master Your Mindset: How to Ditch the Impostor Syndrome and Take Your Career to the Next Level” absolutely blew my mind!We had a short timeframe to work with, but there is a wealth of information in this episode! We discuss what productivity is, and what it isn’t; the rules of the music industry changing since the lockdown, meaning new opportunities; and go into great detail about Sarah’s upcoming 4-month long online coaching group called The Career Reboot, starting in April. I am so honored to have Sarah as the featured guest on episode 15 of the Making Noise Podcast. Sign up for The Career Reboot: https://mailchi.mp/a875da7a3934/careerrebootFollow Sarah’s Work:www.sarahwhitney.comSocial MediaInstagram: @theproductivemusicianFacebook: The Productive Musician FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/713292089549986/Watch the podcast on YouTubeFollow the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartradio, and my website where you can listen to music, purchase scores, and learn how to commission a new piece for your ensemble.

37mins

9 Mar 2021

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The Chaos of Dating in San Diego w/ Sarah Whitney

On The Rocks | A Dating Podcast

Today I sat down with future author, and my fabulous friend Sarah Whitney. We discuss her college experience at USD, post-grad hopes to move to New York, her podcast, and the process of writing a book. Then we get into the nitty-gritty about what dating is like in San Diego and express our thoughts about the different “types” of potential suitors. This was such a fun episode, I hope you all love Sarah as much as I do!! Cheers Xx Sarah: @it.aint.it.sis @sarahwhitneyhumphry Vanessa: @ontherocks.pod @vannirock--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ontherockspod/support

1hr 6mins

29 Jan 2021

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Sarah Whitney: Unlocking Possibility

Performing Labor

This episode features a conversation with violinist Sarah Whitney. Sarah has appeared on stages worldwide as a soloist and collaborative artist. We discuss her career with the acclaimed ensemble Sybarite5, her concert series Beyond the Notes, and her coaching practice and blog, The Productive Musician. “Marvelous violin acrobatics” - The Washington Post Highlights The music industry has been hit hard - 7:23 Brainstorming about what to do during the pandemic - 7:52 Keeping the conversations about music - 9:04 Being a violinist - 11:55 Being in a band - 16:44 People asking for recommendations - 20.47 Their home in New York - 23:12 Benefits for a musicians in New York City - 25:26 New York is an extremely resilient city - 27:38 What may change is the music industry - 29:03 Scaling vs. growth - 31:20 Coming back to, “why we do this” - 33:04 Benefits of having competition - 35:56 Being a life-long learner - 37:56 Self-curiosity - 40:21 Showing musicians what’s possible - 42:42 Being hunger to learn - 47:46 People are curious about stories - 48:13 Building her musicians’ coaching business - 49:56 How to create a career with much joy - 50:48 Standing for being real - 52:28 Episode Resources Download Sarah's  free guide “4 Steps to Break Through Imposter Syndrome”: https://mailchi.mp/caaa14fc42d7/imposter-syndrome?fbclid=IwAR0vc-yJCPKcgdlSby8u-BlUmwyn0jCRVUyC4Zdrt9M1tti8OsaJsVyixBc Connect with Robert Hunt Simonds: roberthuntsimonds@gmail.com http://roberthuntsimonds.com/ http://craigwagnermusic.blogspot.com Photo credits: Jaka Vinsek & Helen McCauley William Robin's PhD Dissertation "A Scene Without a Name: Indie Classical and American New Music in the Twenty First Century": https://www.dropbox.com/s/m2y0owapictpkwi/William%20Robin%2C%20PhD%20dissertation.pdf?dl=0 Connect with Sara Whitney Website: www.sarahwhitney.com Productive Musician Blog: www.theproductivemusician.com Book a free discover call with Sarah: https://calendly.com/theproductivemusician/1-1-with-sarah Beyond the Notes Concert series: www.gobeyondthenotes.com Sybarite5: www.sybarite5.org

56mins

25 Jan 2021

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Episode 12: Sarah Whitney

Dismantling Dissonance

Praised by The Washington Post for her “marvelous violin acrobatics,” Sarah is known for being on the edge of creativity and has developed a successful music career as a performer, teacher and musicians life & business coach. She has appeared on stages worldwide as a soloist and collaborative artist throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa and is fiercely dedicated to bringing fresh new ideas to classical music and empowering musicians to find their own voice. Sarah is a founding member of the NYC based string quintet SYBARITE5, whose last two albums have reached the top ten on the Billboard Charts. SYBARITE5, the first string quintet to win the Concert Artists Guild Competition, has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, the Library of Congress, the Aspen, Caramoor, Chautauqua, Grand Teton and Ravinia Festivals. In 2015, Sarah founded Beyond the Notes, an innovative concert series that breaks down the boundaries between the audience and the performers. Entering its sixth season of successful concerts, Beyond the Notes presents concerts around the country in partnership with series and organizations and presents flagship Beyond the Notes concert occurs annually in Concord, MA. Passionate about helping musicians navigate the ever-changing music world, Sarah is a musician's life and business coach and helps musicians craft fulfilling and sustainable careers in music. She has also given entrepreneurship lectures and workshops at the Curtis Institute of Music, the Juilliard School, New England Conservatory, Rice University, University of Arizona, among others. Her reputation and devotion to sound practice techniques led STRINGS magazine to feature Sarah in an article, ‘The Art of Mindful Practice’ and her widely-read blog The Productive Musician focuses on health and wellness, productivity, and strategies for developing and maintaining an effective mindset. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Michigan School of Music, as well as a Master of Music and Professional Studies degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Sarah's FREE PDF "Four Secrets to Being Super Successful (that you didn't learn in music school)": https://mailchi.mp/f3efa38865b5/zxa712k2piWebsite: https://sarahwhitney.com Blog: https://www.sarahwhitney.com/the-productive-musician/IG: @theproductivemusicianFB: https://www.facebook.com/theproductivemusician/

42mins

3 Nov 2020

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Ep. 4: Sarah Whitney talks about getting control over her career

The Honesty Pill Podcast

In this episode, violinist and musician's coach Sarah Whitney discusses getting out of her comfort zone, what it’s like to overcome an injury that could have ended her career, and how becoming a one-woman-band helped her create a monthly COVID safe live mini-concert series. About Sarah Praised by The Washington Post for her “marvelous violin acrobatics,” Sarah is known for being on the edge of creativity and has developed a successful music career as a performer, teacher and musicians life & business coach. She has appeared on stages worldwide as a soloist and collaborative artist throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa and is fiercely dedicated to bringing fresh new ideas to classical music and empowering musicians to find their own voice.  Sarah is a founding member of the NYC based string quintet SYBARITE5, whose last two albums have reached the top ten on the Billboard Charts. SYBARITE5, the first string quintet to win the Concert Artists Guild Competition, has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall, the Library of Congress, the Aspen, Caramoor, Chautauqua, Grand Teton and Ravinia Festivals. In 2015, Sarah founded Beyond the Notes, an innovative concert series that breaks down the boundaries between the audience and the performers. Entering its sixth season of successful concerts, Beyond the Notes presents concerts around the country in partnership with series and organizations and presents flagship Beyond the Notes concert occurs annually in Concord, MA. Passionate about helping musicians navigate the ever-changing music world, Sarah is a musician's life and business coach and helps musicians craft fulfilling and sustainable careers in music. She has also given entrepreneurship lectures and workshops at the Curtis Institute of Music, the Juilliard School, New England Conservatory, Rice University, University of Arizona, among others. Her reputation and devotion to sound practice techniques led STRINGS magazine to feature Sarah in an article, ‘The Art of Mindful Practice’ and her widely-read blog The Productive Musician focuses on health and wellness, productivity, and strategies for developing and maintaining an effective mindset. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Michigan School of Music, as well as a Master of Music and Professional Studies degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Links Sarah's social media info Website: www.sarahwhitney.com  Facebook: The Productive Musician - Sarah Whitney Instagram: @theproductivemusician The Productive Musician Blog: www.theproductivemusician.com Sign up here for my free guide: "4 Secrets to Being Super Successful (that music school didn't teach you)" Other Beyond the Notes: La Despedida by Felipe Gutierrez y Espinosa (solo violin and loop pedal) Honesty Pill Links Free Resource Library Facebook Group Mailing List

46mins

19 Oct 2020

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