Marc Miller MP - Working With Our Partners for Stronger Indigenous Rights
In this episode, The Honourable Minister of Indigenous Services for the Canadian Federal Cabinet, Mr. Marc Miller, joins the CANZUK Podcast. He discusses why it is important for Canada to work with its like-minded partners of the Commonwealth to promote indigenous voices, its people, and how his government is working on revealing the truth on the colonial history of Canada.
Ep. 35: Minister of Indigenous Services Canada Marc Miller
Our Native Land
Minister of Indigenous Services Canada Marc Miller takes the time to come onto Our Native Land to discuss all things Indigenous. Topics include COVID-19 relief efforts, reconciliation, and the importance of National Indigenous Day.
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller joins Nate to discuss the promise of clean water on reserves, support for Indigenous communities throughout the pandemic, and the government's judicial review application of a Human Rights Tribunal ruling to compensate First Nations kids. Minister Miller has served in the role since November 2019, he was a lawyer prior to politics, and he made history in 2017 when he delivered a statement in the House of Commons entirely in Mohawk.
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Marc Miller – Move Towards Simplicity in Your Life
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
BIO: Marc Miller is the founder of Career Pivot, which helps those in the second half of life design careers that they can grow into for the next 30 years. He is also an author and podcast host.STORY: Marc was a relentless risk-taker until a bike accident, and the risk of contracting SARS-CoV-1 stopped him hot on his heels.LEARNING: Learn how to evaluate risk and ask for help if need be. Step back and think about what you really want to do with life. Andrew’s advice is to be grateful, like what you do, keep life simple, find clarity and let go. “For new things to begin, we often have to end old things.”Marc Miller Guest profileMarc Miller is the founder of Career Pivot, which helps those in the second half of ife design careers that they can grow into for the next 30 years. Marc authored the book Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life, published in September 2019.Marc is a recovering engineer, a multipotentialite, and a professional career-changer as he has made six career pivots over the last 35 years.Marc is also the podcast host of the award-winning Repurpose Your Career Podcast.Worst investment everMarc has had a series of events in his life that forced him to take a step back, take a look at his life and make a couple of adjustments.The risky rideIn July of 2002, Marc was riding with his bicycle club and was on what he thought was a pretty nonrisky ride. He came down a hill, turned into a blind turn; going about 30 miles an hour, he slammed into a car head-on.Marc spent five days in the trauma center. He had a torn knee, a broken hip, a dislocated shoulder, a bunch of broken ribs, and a couple of other minor injuries. Fortunately, he had no internal injuries.Putting himself in harm’s way againMarc was back on a bike in 10 weeks, and in four months, he was flying to China, heading to Guangdong province, which was the epicenter of the SARS-CoV-1 outbreak. He stayed there for three days, oblivious to the severe disease.During his flight, Marc sat next to a woman who was heading to Hong Kong. He emailed her afterward and asked her about her trip. She informed him that she had got seriously ill. The world did not know till three months later that it was SARS-CoV-1.Questioning his decisionsMarc was fortunate not to get SARS-CoV-1; however, this and the bike accident got him questioning why he was making such risky decisions.Marc decided to start doing less risky stuff. He went to teach high school math. He left teaching after two years, highly successful but exhausted and depressed. Then he did a year of nonprofit work. Then he got sucked into another startup but later decided he had had enough.Stepping back from it allAfter quitting his last job, Marc decided that he had enough money to reshape his life and do something more meaningful and refreshing. He started making some very conscious decisions, and one of those decisions was to move to Mexico in 2018.Lessons learnedStep back and think about what you really want to do with lifeMarc had a lot of preconceived ideas of what he should do. After the events in his life, he decided to step back and ask himself what he truly wanted to do with his life. While doing so, he decided to stop buying stuff and simplify his life.Cut out things you do not need in your lifeIn these challenging times, step back and spring clean your life. Let go of all the crap you do not need. Also, leave relationships that no longer serve you.Andrew’s takeawaysBe gratefulWhen you are feeling down, go somewhere where people are literally losing their lives. This will give you some appreciation for your life.Like what you doHaving a skill does not necessarily mean that you are going to love using it. Try to do what you like.Keep it simpleLife is simple. If you find that it is not, stop, take a step back, take a moment, and work to simplify it.Find claritySearch for your moment of clarity and use that moment to transform yourself. That moment does not have to be an extreme event; you could have your moment of clarity right now.Let goOnce you have found your moment of clarity, let go of all those things that were burdening you before.Actionable adviceLearn how to evaluate risk. Always ask yourself, if you are going to do this, if you are going to make a change, what’s the real risk? Then get outside of your head and go ask for help to evaluate your risks.No. 1 goal for the next 12 monthsMarc’s number one goal for the next 12 months is to get the next Repurpose Your Career book out. He has done three editions and now wants to do an edition based on his experience and the current pandemic. Marc is also growing an online community of more people helping everybody else out. [spp-transcript] Connect with Marc MillerLinkedInTwitterPodcastWebsiteAndrew’s booksHow to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock MarketMy Worst Investment Ever9 Valuation Mistakes and How to Avoid ThemTransform Your Business with Dr.Deming’s 14 PointsAndrew’s online programsValuation Master ClassHow to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock MarketFinance Made Ridiculously SimpleBecome a Great Presenter and Increase Your InfluenceTransform Your Business with Dr. Deming’s 14 PointsConnect with Andrew Stotz:astotz.comLinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeMy Worst Investment Ever Podcast
14. Paper Chase, with Marc Miller and Allison Regan
May the Record Reflect
In Episode 14 of “May the Record Reflect,” we gather insight on how to start your legal career against a daunting backdrop of covid, layoffs, and societal change. Listen as Dean Marc Miller of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and Allison Regan, professional development director at Houston’s Bracewell law firm, offer their perspectives on being a successful law student and young lawyer during this unique moment in our nation’s history. Topics3:33 Is this a terrible time to go to law school and become a lawyer? 6:32 Law school, firm response to pandemic9:25 2020 bar exams12:29 Difficulties in transitioning to online18:02 Standing out in Zoom 19:34 Enrollment deferrals22:10 On-ramping and training new hires25:11 Student loan debt26:33 Two-year J.D.s28:44 ROI on educational debt31:38 Practice areas with a bright future36:25 Silver linings of the pandemic for young lawyers41:20 Positive workplace changes44:10 Top three tips for success49:10 Signature signoff question Quotes“I just filled out reports for U.S. News [& World Report Top Law Schools] and we [Arizona Law] report to the ABA every year and so follow those numbers closely, and we have not only kept tuition down and lowered it – we lowered it after the last economic downturn – and this is my eighth year as dean, and we have not raised tuition either for in-state or out-of-state J.D.s. We have diversified how we fund our enterprise, making both the J.D. accessible and the bright career paths accessible is fundamental to who we are. I know [the average student loan debt of $160,000] is real, but I also know I don’t have to look at my students and wrestle with that.” (Marc Miller) “The practice of law can be hard. It can be grueling, and I think being resilient is really the key and really bouncing back, learning from those situations and being able to not just push harder but kind of pivot – pivot and move to the situation, and I think that we’re all being forced to learn that and I think that will hopefully pay dividends for our young associates over the course of their very long careers.” (Allison Regan) Recommended ResourcesDean Marc Miller (bio)Allison Regan (LinkedIn)U.S. News & World Report Top Law SchoolsA Guide to Transitioning from Law Student to Lawyer
S1 EP39: Do What You Love! How To Pivot Your Career w/Career Pivot’s President Marc Miller
The Free Retiree Show
BUSINESS AND THOUGHT LEADER EDITION Lee Michael Murphy, Sergio Patterson and Matthew McElroy of The Free Retiree Show sit down and speak with Founder & President of Career Pivot, Marc Miller to discuss what it means to repurpose your career. Do you really enjoy your job? Is it okay to transition from career to career? What do you want your professional journey to look like years from now? Join Lee, Sergio, and Matthew as they speak with Marc on topics surrounding career pivots. To get the episode, show notes, and share links, please go to our podcast page. Thank you for sharing our podcast. The Free Retiree Show Podcast Page Honor to be mentioned in the FeedSpot TOP 20 RETIREMENT PODCAST OF 2020
Working Remotely (From A Different Country) and Adapting To The Pandemic With Marc Miller
Career Cloud Radio - Elevate Your Career Journey
“The more you learn about someone else’s culture, the more you learn about your own” - Marc Miller Marc Miller, of CareerPivot.com specializes in his companies namesake. Marc can talk the talk, because he’s walked the walk - and as we learn in the interview, he’s walked further than most. This could very well be a two parter, but we kept it as one, meaty episode. The first part is for those of you thinking about living abroad, and Marc gives you a first hand recollection of what it’s like to live abroad and gives you tips for doing so successfully. He practices what he preaches, too, currently living in Mexico, and renting out his condo in Texas. The second part gets into our current pandemic, and Marc talks about the trickle down effect and how the upswing or downturn of one industry can affect another. Marc also gets into what you can and should be doing while so many companies and industries are rethinking the way they do business. If you like this episode, we encourage you to check out his website where Marc hosts his own podcast and continually posts relevant and timely articles in the realm of career transitions.
A wide-ranging interview with Marc Miller on making policy in crisis and what’s to come
Nation to Nation
Ottawa can spend billions in a pandemic, so when will it pay First Nations children what they’re owed for being in care? Minister Marc Miller says that will still take several months. Hear the full interview the on the season finale of Nation to Nation.