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So Called: Rebecca Campbell, Director 3D Printing, HP, Inc.

So Called Podcast

Release Date: 06/29/2018

So Called: Valerie Trapunsky, CEO and Founder of ChatterBoss show art So Called: Valerie Trapunsky, CEO and Founder of ChatterBoss

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Puzzled about what's next? Don't forget to enjoy where you are today, says Valerie Trapunsky. While she is often focused on how to build her business, she recommends taking a moment to recognize what's good about right now. Success for ChatterBoss, a remote executive assistant service, relies on excellent communication and efficient pairing of clients and assistants. Valerie enjoys the puzzle of matching people to create successful relationships. She is writing a book about running a remote business.

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So Called: Clayton Moore, Retired Police Officer and Author show art So Called: Clayton Moore, Retired Police Officer and Author

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We have more in common than you might think, says Clayton Moore, who believes that we can work together by respecting each other's points of view. While Clayton served 32 years as a police officer, it wasn’t his dream job. Yet when he was unjustly fired, he disputed the false claims, was reinstated, and served another 10 years. Clayton was driven to write his memoir to help bring people together with respectful dialogue using a process that involves communication, objectives, planning, and execution.

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So Called: Lance Davisson, Owner and Principal Consultant at the Keystone Concept show art So Called: Lance Davisson, Owner and Principal Consultant at the Keystone Concept

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What do you call it when you leave your dream job after just two years? An adventure, says Lance Davisson. Lance got his dream job out of college but life intervened and his career journey began. Now, he seeks out projects that make a lasting impact on an organization, community, and the environment. One example is the Treasure Valley Canopy Network. Its projects include the City of Trees Challenge, which seeks to grow one tree for every household in Boise and one forest seedling for every Idaho resident.

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So Called: Season 3 Recap show art So Called: Season 3 Recap

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We're at the end of season 3, and it’s time to take a look back. I ask my guests, “What advice would you give to your younger self?” not to ask what they would change, but to understand what they’ve learned along the way. The final episode of season 3 compiles my guests’ answers to that question. I hope you find their advice both inspiring and motivating as you pursue your own career. And if you have advice for your younger self, please share it with someone you care about.

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So Called: Linda Olson, Motivational speaker, Author, and Triple Amputee show art So Called: Linda Olson, Motivational speaker, Author, and Triple Amputee

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What’s next? None of us knows what’s going to happen, and life requires constant learning and adaptation, says Linda Olson. Change is inevitable, but we can accept, adapt and innovate when it happens. When Linda became a triple amputee, she was motivated to maintain her independence and to be of service as a doctor. Following a 30-year career as a radiologist, Linda has now written a memoir. Her story’s key themes are resilience, hope, and taking control.

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So Called: Gary Buckmann, Coach, Author, and Inspirational Speaker show art So Called: Gary Buckmann, Coach, Author, and Inspirational Speaker

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What are you afraid of? Fear is a liar, here only to cause more fear, says Gary Buckmann. Awareness of this fact can help you overcome and eliminate fear, something Gary knows about first hand. As a competitive gymnast in college, a catastrophic injury left Gary paralyzed. He fought his way back to compete again, and this experience shaped his approach to coaching. His philosophy focuses on learning the basics to build the knowledge you need to adjust to any situation and move toward your goal.

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So Called: Evanann Whitaker, Marketing Manager at Red Aspen show art So Called: Evanann Whitaker, Marketing Manager at Red Aspen

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What are you waiting for? Push aside self-doubt, go forward, and believe in what you are delivering, advises Evanann Whitaker. As Red Aspen has grown, Evanann has grown in her role, where she now feels empowered and confident in owning the solutions she brings to the table. Evanann enjoys the excitement of working in a startup, which includes everything from developing marketing strategies to taking out the trash. She appreciates Red Aspen’s strong leadership team for its engagement in her career interest

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So Called: Caitlin Copple Masingill, Founder and President at Full Swing Public Relations show art So Called: Caitlin Copple Masingill, Founder and President at Full Swing Public Relations

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What’s the common thread? Caitlin Copple Masingill is driven by a passion for justice and to make the world a better place, which led to her work in journalism, elected office, and as an entrepreneur. The common thread throughout Caitlin’s career is her personal mission to elevate women’s leadership in the world. Her growing firm helps women leaders shape and share their stories. Up next is Electable, an online community to help more women be elected to public office.

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So Called: Rebecca De León, Marketing Professional, Entrepreneur, and Podcaster show art So Called: Rebecca De León, Marketing Professional, Entrepreneur, and Podcaster

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What’s your story? Rebecca De León, Marketing Professional, Entrepreneur, and Podcaster, is interested in telling the stories that aren’t being told. As a journalist, Rebecca loved storytelling but was aware of the many voices unheard in the news media. Recognizing an opportunity, she launched her public relations firm to advocate for the underrepresented.

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So Called: Luke Malek, Lawyer and Co-Owner, Smith + Malek Law Firm show art So Called: Luke Malek, Lawyer and Co-Owner, Smith + Malek Law Firm

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What’s at the top of that peak you're climbing? Most often, it's more rock to scale, so you need to know why you’re doing it in the first place, says Luke Malek. The “why” for Luke and his firm is to change the world for the better through the practice of law. He has a lifelong connection to healthcare, including his work as a member of Idaho’s legislature. Luke’s career advice is to get in touch with why you do what you do - knowing that answer for yourself will be your compass in difficult tim

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If you want something done, you might want to tell Rebecca Campbell it’s not possible. Achieving difficult challenges has been a lifelong theme when it comes to her work. But if you want Rebecca to take on your impossible project, you’ll have to make a good case because she's highly selective in taking on opportunities.

Rebecca Campbell, Director of 3D Printing Services at HP, Inc., discusses her approach to work, her career development strategies and advice, and what she's doing to give back in her community.

During the episode, Rebecca discusses a W.IN, Women Innovators, a non-profit she co-founded focused on making Idaho the place for women and girl innovators to succeed. For more information, go to http://women-innovators.org

Another group she's involved in is called Women in 3D Printing. Follow @Wi3DP on Twitter to learn more about female leaders in the additive manufacturing industry.

 

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