PP 504: Diane Huth, Author

“I think we are all reinventing ourselves and we just don’t know it. I think we have to embrace change. Change is scary, change can be terrifying, but we have got to learn to reinvent ourselves every day.”

Diane Huth’s mission is to help Corporate America change the way it hires, fires, and retires it’s most important employees. Baby boomers are able to offer skills that are learned over time and not instantaneous, giving them an advantage to younger generations. Listen in as Kim and Diane discuss how she helps showcase skills that are learned over the years, all generations can learn from each other, and what defines your personal identity.

Highlights:
01:16 An accidental career coach
08:06 The best age to start a business
12:40 Insights from baby boomers
22:33 A lifelong journey of learning
35:59 The bankruptcy crisis
43:15 Baby boomers starting their own biz

Listen in as @TheKimSutton and @dianebiovideo discuss how she helps showcase skills that are learned over the years, all generations can learn from each other, and what defines your personal identity. http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp504 #positiveproductivityClick To Tweet

Quotes

14:27 “Today I don’t think it is a one way mentoring. I think we have to barter our technology skills of the young worker with our mature industry knowledge and expertise.”

25:05 “We should be using these extra years to continue to grow, develop, and learn. If you’re not learning, if you’re through learning, then you’re through… so embrace new stuff.”

50:04 “I think we are all reinventing ourselves and we just don’t know it. I think we have to embrace change. Change is scary, change can be terrifying, but we have got to learn to reinvent ourselves every day.”

Episode Transcription

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