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#18 Elinor Moshe – Founder of Construction Coach, Why we should take care of our career

SUMMARY

How do you construct your career and be a success in your field? Today’s guest is Elinor Moshe, founder of Construction Coach and host of the Podcast Constructing You

She will give us help and tips on how to construct your perfect ideas into reality and being a women entrepreneur how to overcome stress and burnout.

In This Episode, We discuss

02:37 – Pursuit your passion 

04:39 – Why we should take care of our career and develop it

17:11 – What is Constructing Your Podcast?

19:58 – A podcast can be your lead generator?

25:12 –  Find a good mentor to become successful entrepreneurs

27:49 – How to kick your Imposter Syndrome?   

ABOUT THE GUEST

Elinor Moshe is an ambitious and driven leader and dedicated mentor in the construction industry. Her passion to guide, inspire and direct future leaders and industry professionals to construct their careers lead to her founding the successful platform, The Construction Coach.

Elinor has been featured in the Australian National Construction Review, Property Council of Australia’s Top 500 Women in Property programme 2019, Top 100 Women in Construction, and is frequently a speaker, guest lecturer, and panellist. Elinor is also the host of the successful podcast, Constructing You. Due for release in August 2020, Elinor’s book Constructing Your Career is one of its kind, for people who want inspirational, practical action and unconventional career intelligence to build their career.

She holds a Master of Construction Management and Bachelor of Environments from the University of Melbourne.



Connect with Her

https://www.linkedin.com/in/elinor-moshe/?senderId=amelia-bowenwww.elinormoshe.comhttps://www.instagram.com/elinormoshe_/https://theconstructioncoach.com.au/podcast 

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ABOUT THE HOST

Miko Santos is a Podcaster and founder of Auspod Syndicate and Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate that was formerly based in New Zealand.

Aside from being a creative copywriter for TV and Radio in the past, Miko worked as a features writer/journalist for eight years in the Philippines – covering big events such as EDSA 2 and 3 and the 2011 Christchurch Killer Earthquake for GMA 7. He was also a PR Manager in Thailand for two years.

At present, he is focused on podcasting and thrives in Adelaide, South Australia with his wife and two kids.



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