Happier in Hollywood

Ep. 68: My Work Is Not My Worth -- A Happier Labor Day Episode

Ep. 68: My Work Is Not My Worth -- A Happier Labor Day Episode

Happier in Hollywood - August 30, 2018 - 36:48

We want you to have a Happier Labor Day! This Labor Day, the Onward Project podcasts are all about improving your work life. (So be sure to listen to Episode 184 of Happier with Gretchen Rubin and Episode 611 of Side Hustle School!) Here on Happier In Hollywood we asked our listeners a question— does your job define you, and should it? And, wow, did you answer! We got tons of revealing responses— from Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers— and Liz and Sarah are going to share them in this episode. Liz and Sarah will also reveal whether we feel defined by our job as writers/producers/showrunners. Finally, we have a work-related Hollywood Hack: prepare a menu of personal stories to break out in meetings!Links:History Labor Day: https://www.dol.gov/general/laborday/historyHappier With Gretchen Rubin: https://gretchenrubin.com/podcasts/Side Hustle School: https://sidehustleschool.com/Channing Dungey: https://www.disneyabcpress.com/abc/abc-executives/The Fix: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7942774/Tapping Millennial Passions: http://www.millennialmarketing.com/2011/09/tapping-millennial-passions/

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Veteran TV writers Liz Craft and Sarah Fain demystify Hollywood by making career and personal struggles universal. Friends since high school and writing partners for 17 years, Liz and Sarah have survived and thrived in Tinseltown’s male-dominated entertainment industry, guided by blind optimism and a Midwestern work ethic. Along the way they've learned a lot about kicking ass, kissing ass, and office yoga.