Never Be Too Cool For School from The Strategic Hotbox

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Lifelong learning is more than a phrase; it is a commitment to being the best you can be through education and action. In this episode, Dr. Brandi Stankovic reveals that letting your nerdiness flourish enhances your leadership. She also chats with Jeremy Zarowitz, Jeopardy contestant and Energy Trader, to see how embracing his inner geek helped to move his career forward.

Learning is not something that should be limited to school, nor is it only for the young – it should be pursued throughout our lifetimes.

So says Dr. Brandi Luv Stankovic in the newest installment of her podcast, the Strategic Hotbox with Brandi Stankovic. In Episode 13, titled, “Unleash Your Inner Nerd,” she tells viewers, “Lifelong learning has value,” and “Unleashing your inner nerd is really powerful.”

Continuing education is the theme of the episode. Stankovic implores people to resist the urge to “be cool,” if that means shunning knowledge or avoiding having fun. Just in time for the New Year, she urges viewers to take their New Year’s resolutions seriously.

The newest episode of SHB also features a conversation with Jeremy Zarowitz, Vice President of Supply for technology startup Griddy Energy. Zarowitz shares insights from the energy space, including the importance of reading regularly and maintaining strong personal relationships.

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