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Robb Gilbear is an author, human resources professional, business coach, and founder of Growth Habit, which offers free training and mentoring for coaches. His professional journey began early after he dropped out of high school and created two record labels, Promo Records and Laidback Lab Records. He also worked as a DJ and toured over 60 cities. On another track, Robb also started working in human resources in 2003 and logged 2 decades in various roles at KPMG, Sears Canada, Ernst & Young, and Klick.  He is a best-selling author of the book, Die Before They Do: From Selling Drugs to Lunch With Jim Carrey. Stories of Struggle, Near Death Experiences, and Creating a Life With Meaning.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Why Robb takes cold showers everyday (5:18)
  • Why Robb decided to drop out of high school (7:15)
  • What was Robb’s first job as a teenager (8:01)
  • What kind of music inspired Robb to become a DJ/producer (8:46)
  • How did Robb get involved in HR (9:54)
  • What Robb’s advice is for young adults entering the workforce (13:09)
  • What kind of personalities work best with different HR roles (16:10)
  • How has the field of human resources changed over the past 15 years (18:37)
  • Why a high school drop-out today could have a successful career in HR (20:13)
  • Why Robb hates the term, “hard vs. soft skills” (21:30)
  • How smaller HR environments compare to larger ones (24:31)
  • What the struggles are of being a HR leader (26:57)
  • How to take advantage of HR departments at your workplace (27:56)
  • How Robb started Growth Habit (31:10)
  • Why you’re not meant to be for everyone (37:02)
  • Why Robb wrote Die Before They Do: From Selling Drugs to Lunch With Jim Carrey. Stories of Struggle, Near Death Experiences, and Creating a Life With Meaning (39:55)
  • Why mistakes are opportunities for growth (43:40)
  • Why you should question your fear (46:50)

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