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Click Here To Apply - Interviews About Interesting Jobs And How To Do Them

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Click Here To Apply - Interviews About Interesting Jobs And How To Do Them

Tony Sheng

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Once again, Tony Sheng finds himself without a job. This time, he wants to get it right. There are millions of things you could do, but you can only ever do one of those things at a time. It’s not fair. How do you find what you’re really meant to do? So instead of getting a job, he is starting a podcast to find out what everybody else is doing. And whether he should do it too. Honest and playful, Click Here To Apply is a weekly opportunity for Tony to catch up with the most interesting people he knows and just maybe find something to do along the way.

Latest Episodes

#07 - Erik Torenberg thinks we should build career moats

Erik Torenberg is a general partner at Village Global, a founder of OnDeck, the host of Venture Stories podcast and just an overall swell guy. In this episode, we talk about building career moats, building positive loops, finding asymmetric career bets, using twitter to your advantage, and a whole lot more. It was a real joy to have Erik on the show. I loved this conversation and think you will too. I highly recommend following Erik on twitter at: https://twitter.com/eriktorenberg And check out his excellent podcast Venture Stories: https://www.villageglobal.vc/podcast/

70 MIN1 days ago
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#07 - Erik Torenberg thinks we should build career moats

#06 - Jill Carlson thinks we should take more walks

Jill Carlson thinks we should all take more walks. In this episode of Click Here To Apply, I have the pleasure of chatting with Jill Carlson about why we should challenge conventional ways of working, how she broke into the crypto industry by asking a challenging question at a conference, why you might not want to be the note-taker on your team, and the fallacy of the fig tree. Jill was the first person I thought of when I started this podcast so I'm so thrilled she was able to come on. I learned a ton and think you will too. Find Jill's work at http://jill-carlson.com/ And on twitter at https://twitter.com/_jillruth

74 MIN1 weeks ago
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#06 - Jill Carlson thinks we should take more walks

#05 - Ed Moncada, CEO of Blockfolio, teaches me about following your gut and not giving up

Ed Moncada is the founder and CEO of Blockfolio, the well loved coin tracking application. We talk about his winding career that includes sponsored skateboarder, poker pro, activist investor, and now founder of a prominent startup. More than anybody else I've met, Ed follows his gut. He finds something to obsess over and then pushes his performance to the limit. I learned a lot about developing good instincts, taking and managing risk, and finding the right people to work with. Learn more about blockfolio here: https://www.blockfolio.com Follow Ed on twitter here: https://twitter.com/edwardamoncada?lang=en

78 MIN3 weeks ago
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#05 - Ed Moncada, CEO of Blockfolio, teaches me about following your gut and not giving up

Latest Episodes

#07 - Erik Torenberg thinks we should build career moats

Erik Torenberg is a general partner at Village Global, a founder of OnDeck, the host of Venture Stories podcast and just an overall swell guy. In this episode, we talk about building career moats, building positive loops, finding asymmetric career bets, using twitter to your advantage, and a whole lot more. It was a real joy to have Erik on the show. I loved this conversation and think you will too. I highly recommend following Erik on twitter at: https://twitter.com/eriktorenberg And check out his excellent podcast Venture Stories: https://www.villageglobal.vc/podcast/

70 MIN1 days ago
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#07 - Erik Torenberg thinks we should build career moats

#06 - Jill Carlson thinks we should take more walks

Jill Carlson thinks we should all take more walks. In this episode of Click Here To Apply, I have the pleasure of chatting with Jill Carlson about why we should challenge conventional ways of working, how she broke into the crypto industry by asking a challenging question at a conference, why you might not want to be the note-taker on your team, and the fallacy of the fig tree. Jill was the first person I thought of when I started this podcast so I'm so thrilled she was able to come on. I learned a ton and think you will too. Find Jill's work at http://jill-carlson.com/ And on twitter at https://twitter.com/_jillruth

74 MIN1 weeks ago
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#06 - Jill Carlson thinks we should take more walks

#05 - Ed Moncada, CEO of Blockfolio, teaches me about following your gut and not giving up

Ed Moncada is the founder and CEO of Blockfolio, the well loved coin tracking application. We talk about his winding career that includes sponsored skateboarder, poker pro, activist investor, and now founder of a prominent startup. More than anybody else I've met, Ed follows his gut. He finds something to obsess over and then pushes his performance to the limit. I learned a lot about developing good instincts, taking and managing risk, and finding the right people to work with. Learn more about blockfolio here: https://www.blockfolio.com Follow Ed on twitter here: https://twitter.com/edwardamoncada?lang=en

78 MIN3 weeks ago
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#05 - Ed Moncada, CEO of Blockfolio, teaches me about following your gut and not giving up

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