The Journey Forward (to A Top Career): There are over 6.0 million unemployed people in the US. In 2017, career counselor Edythe Richards became one of them. This live, unscripted podcast documents Edythe’s candid and very personal journey toward re-employment. Each episode, between 3-10 minutes long, shares advice on networking, interviews, resumes, salary negotiation, and more. If you are an active job seeker, or have been downsized, The Journey Forward will give you not only moral support and validation, but the practical tools and information you’re looking for in your job search.



MBTI® for Mid-Life Career Changers: What’s your perfect career match? Do you feel like you’re in the wrong work environment? Do the people you work with inspire you or get on your last nerve? Knowing your Myers-Briggs type can help you find a meaningful career path and a work environment that’s a best-fit. Each episode in this 16-part series – hosted by Master Practitioner Edythe Richards and producer David Terrace – focuses on one personality type as it relates to workplace satisfaction, and is geared toward adults who are in career transition or changing jobs.

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Myers-Briggs Question Corner: Your questions answered! This podcast gives a platform for listeners to ask their own questions related to the Myers-Briggs, or MBTI® assessment. Master Practitioner Edythe Richards gives in-depth answers to questions about romantic relationships, successful careers, work environments, communication, conflict, and more.


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Appearance on Why It Works Podcast

Our own DC Metro Based Career Counselor Edythe Richards shared her insights on the Myers-Briggs Type indicator and Type Theory when she made an appearance on the WHY IT WORKS podcast. This 55 minute episode features some video clips which you can follow along to on...

Introverts 5 Simple Ways

In today's Myers-Briggs® Question Corner our question comes from Geoff. Geoff asks, "In the workplace, what are 5 simple ways in which Introverts can best engage with Extraverts while making the Extraverts feel at home - and while maintaining their own personal...

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