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Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

Latest Episodes

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Animal Management at the Zoo

Millions of people enjoy animals to one extent or another, but few get to interact with a variety of creatures as part of their job. Cassie Sajkowski from the Milwaukee County Zoo joins Tim Muma to talk about the unique facets of working with animals and what skills are necessary for success. She also describes how one's ability from other industries could translate into the field of animal care - with the proper education, of course. It's an interesting area to look into for employment - not only because of the work itself - but also because of the expected amount of opportunities in the future. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

25 MIN2013 FEB 1
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Animal Management at the Zoo

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Mentalism and Non-Verbal Cues

Non-verbal communication is a vital part to human interaction, particularly in the workplace where influence, perception and impact are experienced across industries, from networking to the interview process to everyday dealings at work. Marc Salem is considered one of the foremost authorities on non-verbal communication and has spent over 30 years studying the mind as a researcher, professor and mentalist on stage - another non-traditional position that's been successful. Marc gives Tim Muma an inside look into the little things we do that give us away and how we can interpret words and behaviors. He also gives us advice on how to influence others in a variety of workplace situations. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

27 MIN2013 JAN 25
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Mentalism and Non-Verbal Cues

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Milwaukee Wave: Business, Sports, Community

The Milwaukee Wave is the longest running soccer franchise in the United States, having been a fixture in the city since 1984. As a sports franchise, the club experiences some unique benefits and challenges that other industries may not face - but as a business, there are plenty of parallels as well. Keith Tozer, Head Coach and Senior VP of Soccer Operations, explains to Tim Muma the reasons for the Wave's sustained success both as a business and as a team on the field. Keith also discusses the various aspects of acquiring employees (players), his philosophies as a manager (coach), the dynamics of sports and business, and the franchise's connection to charities and the communities in Wisconsin. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

31 MIN2013 JAN 23
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Milwaukee Wave: Business, Sports, Community

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Craig Karmazin: Business Sense

Rarely does an entrepreneur hit the ground running with his first foray into business, but Good Karma Broadcasting President and CEO, Craig Karmazin, jumped on an opportunity in radio and made it count. Craig talks with Tim Muma about how it all started, what philosophies he follows, and what any job seeker, business leader or entrepreneur can do to find the right fit for them. Craig's take on some aspects might surprise you, but it's worked well for him. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

29 MIN2012 NOV 13
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Craig Karmazin: Business Sense

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 2)

We continue our look at a profession that falls into the non-traditional category, but also how those skills have contributed to a greater cause. Marcus Hanel, bullpen catcher for the Milwaukee Brewers, talks with Tim Muma in more detail about his work as teh president of Koos for Kids, an organization that helps terminally ill and disadvantaged children in Wisconsin. Marcus also touches on his philosophies of work and his relationships with others. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

15 MIN2012 NOV 7
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 1)

We take another look at a profession that falls into the non-traditional category, but also how those skills have contributed to a greater cause. Marcus Hanel is a unique member of the Milwaukee Brewers - the bullpen catcher - but it takes a lot more than just receiving a baseball to fulfill his duties. Marcus talks with Tim Muma about his professional career and the ways in which it has helped him make an impact in the lives of terminally ill and disadvantaged children in Wisconsin. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

19 MIN2012 NOV 7
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Texts, Tweets, Google and Facebook: The Effects

There are reasons you feel compelled to check texts instantly, follow Tweets and search Google - or utilize any research tool for that matter - and we examine why. Tim Muma is joined by behavioral psychologist, Dr. Susan Weinschenk, who talks about the grip these technological tools have on us, why we can't resist and, most importantly, the positive and negative effects associated with these blasts of information. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

27 MIN2012 OCT 12
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Texts, Tweets, Google and Facebook: The Effects

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Steve "Sparky" Fifer: Sports Radio Personality

Steve "Sparky" Fifer is a well-known sports radio personality for 1250 WSSP in Milwaukee. His position as a producer, reporter, personality, etc. is unique and one that is envied by a majority of sports fans locally and nationally. As a continued look into non-traditional positions, Sparky and host Tim Muma discuss the highs and lows of media - particularly in the sports world - and the skills that would benefit him (or anyone) if he had to give up working in the media. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

29 MIN2012 OCT 10
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Steve "Sparky" Fifer: Sports Radio Personality

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 2)

Versatility in any industry plays well and opens up more doors than one-trick ponies...and actor Jason Jacoby is living proof. Jason has made himself more marketable by developing his abilities and showing a willingness to step outside the box. In part 2, Jason talks in detail about his work on Avenue Q - and he shows off some voices from his characters in the musical. Jason also tells host Tim Muma about the different ways to hone your acting skills, including how to apply those in your everyday job. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

20 MIN2012 OCT 3
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 1)

Versatility in any industry plays well and opens up more doors than for one-trick ponies...and actor Jason Jacoby is living proof. Jason has made himself more marketable by developing his abilities and showing a willingness to step outside the box. Of course, as an actor, there are certain skills and traits that make him good at his profession, and those same things can be utilized across a number of different jobs. Host Tim Muma gets a unique perspective from Jason about his work experience, tips on acting, and job skills as a whole. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

26 MIN2012 OCT 3
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LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 1)

Latest Episodes

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Animal Management at the Zoo

Millions of people enjoy animals to one extent or another, but few get to interact with a variety of creatures as part of their job. Cassie Sajkowski from the Milwaukee County Zoo joins Tim Muma to talk about the unique facets of working with animals and what skills are necessary for success. She also describes how one's ability from other industries could translate into the field of animal care - with the proper education, of course. It's an interesting area to look into for employment - not only because of the work itself - but also because of the expected amount of opportunities in the future. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

25 MIN2013 FEB 1
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Animal Management at the Zoo

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Mentalism and Non-Verbal Cues

Non-verbal communication is a vital part to human interaction, particularly in the workplace where influence, perception and impact are experienced across industries, from networking to the interview process to everyday dealings at work. Marc Salem is considered one of the foremost authorities on non-verbal communication and has spent over 30 years studying the mind as a researcher, professor and mentalist on stage - another non-traditional position that's been successful. Marc gives Tim Muma an inside look into the little things we do that give us away and how we can interpret words and behaviors. He also gives us advice on how to influence others in a variety of workplace situations. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

27 MIN2013 JAN 25
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Mentalism and Non-Verbal Cues

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Milwaukee Wave: Business, Sports, Community

The Milwaukee Wave is the longest running soccer franchise in the United States, having been a fixture in the city since 1984. As a sports franchise, the club experiences some unique benefits and challenges that other industries may not face - but as a business, there are plenty of parallels as well. Keith Tozer, Head Coach and Senior VP of Soccer Operations, explains to Tim Muma the reasons for the Wave's sustained success both as a business and as a team on the field. Keith also discusses the various aspects of acquiring employees (players), his philosophies as a manager (coach), the dynamics of sports and business, and the franchise's connection to charities and the communities in Wisconsin. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

31 MIN2013 JAN 23
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Milwaukee Wave: Business, Sports, Community

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Craig Karmazin: Business Sense

Rarely does an entrepreneur hit the ground running with his first foray into business, but Good Karma Broadcasting President and CEO, Craig Karmazin, jumped on an opportunity in radio and made it count. Craig talks with Tim Muma about how it all started, what philosophies he follows, and what any job seeker, business leader or entrepreneur can do to find the right fit for them. Craig's take on some aspects might surprise you, but it's worked well for him. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

29 MIN2012 NOV 13
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Craig Karmazin: Business Sense

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 2)

We continue our look at a profession that falls into the non-traditional category, but also how those skills have contributed to a greater cause. Marcus Hanel, bullpen catcher for the Milwaukee Brewers, talks with Tim Muma in more detail about his work as teh president of Koos for Kids, an organization that helps terminally ill and disadvantaged children in Wisconsin. Marcus also touches on his philosophies of work and his relationships with others. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

15 MIN2012 NOV 7
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 1)

We take another look at a profession that falls into the non-traditional category, but also how those skills have contributed to a greater cause. Marcus Hanel is a unique member of the Milwaukee Brewers - the bullpen catcher - but it takes a lot more than just receiving a baseball to fulfill his duties. Marcus talks with Tim Muma about his professional career and the ways in which it has helped him make an impact in the lives of terminally ill and disadvantaged children in Wisconsin. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

19 MIN2012 NOV 7
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Marcus Hanel: Milwaukee Brewers' Charitable Spirit __(Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Texts, Tweets, Google and Facebook: The Effects

There are reasons you feel compelled to check texts instantly, follow Tweets and search Google - or utilize any research tool for that matter - and we examine why. Tim Muma is joined by behavioral psychologist, Dr. Susan Weinschenk, who talks about the grip these technological tools have on us, why we can't resist and, most importantly, the positive and negative effects associated with these blasts of information. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

27 MIN2012 OCT 12
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Texts, Tweets, Google and Facebook: The Effects

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Steve "Sparky" Fifer: Sports Radio Personality

Steve "Sparky" Fifer is a well-known sports radio personality for 1250 WSSP in Milwaukee. His position as a producer, reporter, personality, etc. is unique and one that is envied by a majority of sports fans locally and nationally. As a continued look into non-traditional positions, Sparky and host Tim Muma discuss the highs and lows of media - particularly in the sports world - and the skills that would benefit him (or anyone) if he had to give up working in the media. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

29 MIN2012 OCT 10
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Steve "Sparky" Fifer: Sports Radio Personality

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 2)

Versatility in any industry plays well and opens up more doors than one-trick ponies...and actor Jason Jacoby is living proof. Jason has made himself more marketable by developing his abilities and showing a willingness to step outside the box. In part 2, Jason talks in detail about his work on Avenue Q - and he shows off some voices from his characters in the musical. Jason also tells host Tim Muma about the different ways to hone your acting skills, including how to apply those in your everyday job. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

20 MIN2012 OCT 3
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 1)

Versatility in any industry plays well and opens up more doors than for one-trick ponies...and actor Jason Jacoby is living proof. Jason has made himself more marketable by developing his abilities and showing a willingness to step outside the box. Of course, as an actor, there are certain skills and traits that make him good at his profession, and those same things can be utilized across a number of different jobs. Host Tim Muma gets a unique perspective from Jason about his work experience, tips on acting, and job skills as a whole. Scrambled Eggs takes a hodgepodge, entertaining approach to the employment realm. This show will undoubtedly give you a laugh, make you appreciate your job a little more, or at least take your mind off the stresses of life. In here, bad is good and weird is better!

26 MIN2012 OCT 3
Comments
LJNRadio: Scrambled Eggs - Jason Jacoby: Actor, Singer, Puppeteer (Pt. 1)
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