Burn Out, Burnt Out
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Roy shares big news about the future of the podcast as it relates to his time at “The Daily Show.”  Which leads to talking to a guest about burn out. The cause, the symptoms and how can you turn it around.  The team chops it up with a HR heavyweight who once fired 100 people in 8 hours. He breaks down the mistakes we make in job interviews and what you should be asking for to put your best foot forward.  Plus – tips for negotiating a salary that can help you tactfully and confidently ask for what you want, including a company car. He also breaks down what companies get right (and wrong) about diversifying their work force.  An impromptu Rod’s Relationship Fair is on deck – and the issues revolve around a pastor who met a woman at work and it looks like she is not interested in being his first lady.  How much would your city have to pay you to move to a rural area? The city of Tokyo has started the bidding at $8,000.   The newest member of the Roy’s Job Fair two-timer club, DJ Rasta Root, producer and former manager of the late Phife Dawg and A Tribe Called Quest, breaks down the making of Phife’s posthumous album Forever. Rate and review the show! Please!! Please!! And make sure to never let your life, relationships, and health suffer because you put yourself last.  Catch Roy alongside Jon Hamm in “Confess, Fletch,” STREAMING NOW ON SHOWTIME. Watch all Roy Wood Jr Comedy Specials NOW available on iTunes and streaming NOW on Paramount+ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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