Many would say you should keep a strong separation between your professional and personal lives. But is this thinking a proven and beneficial approach to your whole self? Is this truly what is best for us as individuals? Thus is the premise for this episode of The White Collar Therapy Show with Robb & Ryan. Faced with a moral dilemma in the workplace and with family, Ryan deploys the counsel of many to help understand how to best deal with a tricky situation.
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When the postcard arrived, it was no surprise. My stepdad sends me postcards all the time. A photo of a shipwrecked fishing boat, haggard on the shore. Clearly the result of a storm. I didn’t…
When Ryan experiences a jarring and traumatic moment on New Year’s Eve, it triggers a grieving process worthy of discussion for the WCT show with Robb. Dealing with grief in the workplace is not the same as coping with grief at home with friends, family, and loved ones.
In the Season I Finale of The White Collar Therapy Show, Robb and I ditch the Seinfeld+Groundhog Day effect that we began with in September. We also break out of the 30-minute framework, talking fluidly…
In his annual post, AutoConversion Founder & CEO Ryan Gerardi provides a summary of activities that were fulfilled in 2018, and a look ahead to 2019, detailing growth goals for the company. There is also a video thanking everyone for a terrific 2018.
White Collar Therapy was designed for career-minded professionals seeking a break from your typical self-help and development programs. Essentially, it’s therapeutic entertainment for business people. Go here to learn how to sign up and get involved with the WCT community.