Career Curves

Career Curves

Real people telling real stories of real careers.
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Stalking Success with Gabrielle Bosché

Gabrielle Bosché became addicted to achievement at an early age. Her incredible drive helped her achieve early success (including…

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Embracing Differences with Adriane Armstrong

“I have had an identity of being different from such an early age that it's never even occurred to me to try to fit in with those…

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Opening the Door with Tiffany Newhouse

How do you gain the experience and skills you need to go out on your own as a consultant? In this episode, Tiffany Newhouse, CEO …

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My Inadvertent Career with Greg Stern

When Greg Stern graduated from college with a degree in Political Science, he certainly did not expect to eventually co-found and…

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Dear College Senior: Here's Some Advice for Your First Job…

Many years ago, I was where you are now — needing to find my first job after college. With the benefit of hindsight, here are seven things I recomm…

Create Your Personal Mentor Program (You don't need a comp…

If you’re waiting for your company to assign you a mentor, stop waiting! This is something you can easily do for yourself. Here’s how: Step …

Take Another Peak

What goes up…must come down. We’ve all heard this before. In fact, you probably could have finished the sentence on your own. A basic lesso…

About the Hosts

Beth Davies


I've had a curvy career! After college, I worked as lawyer, quit after a year, and went into Human Resources. I then went back-and-forth between working inside major companies (Gap, Apple, Microsoft and Tesla) and working as an independent consultant. I’ve changed industries (retail and tech) and changed my focus (sales, manufacturing, leadership).

My current passion is helping others be their best self which is why I jumped into the Career Curves podcast and made this my latest curve.

Favorite career-related quote: “Kids, be free. Be whoever you want to be. Do whatever you want to do, just so long as you don’t hurt anybody.” It’s from the musical Hair.

My full story is on the Jan 2020 episode of Career Curves.

Dan Henkle

Executive Producer

I've had a curvy career! My degrees are in Accounting and General Management yet I spent my career in completely different fields — mainly Human Resources and Corporate Sustainability. I worked at Oracle when it was small and joined Gap when it was going through crazy expansion in the 90s. Throughout it all, passion was my guide. I did work that I loved, and I worked with people and companies that I respected and admired.

Now I’m doing something new — creating the Career Curves podcast with people I respect and admire (see the pattern?).

Favorite career-related advice: “Misery is optional.” If you find yourself in a miserable situation, do something about it. If you’re feeling defensive, play offense!

Listen to the July 2019 episode of Career Curves to learn more about me.

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