Podcast Guest Interviews

Christmas Hutchinson – Founder, Career Confidence Coach

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Why Podcast Guest Interviews?

Before starting her own practice, Christmas worked in corporate strategy as a competitive intelligence leader at Verizon Media. Additionally, Christmas spent 8 years as a Risk and Regulatory Management Consultant for PwC, advising the world’s largest financial institutions in process improvement and strategic operations. Christmas is an expert on the subjects Cultivating a Growth Mindset, Empathy Leadership, Building a Self-Care Routine to Prevent Career Burnout. Podcast give her a platform to reach out to new prospects and network to create new opportunities.


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Christmas is a high-energy management consultant, executive coach, and author of The Resilient Mind – A field guide to a healthier way of life. She is passionate about helping high achievers overcome imposter syndrome to confidently achieve a fulfilling career as a means to find balance in all areas of their lives.

Christmas specializes in resilience and design thinking with a proven track record of strategic thought leadership. She has over 18 years of combined experience in advising, teaching, training, coaching, facilitating, and leading presentations with diverse audiences across multiple industries.

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The Impact of Podcast Guest Interviews

Christmas has used podcast guest interviews to share stories and connect deeply with new audiences. Some include:

  • Overcoming adversity.
  • Overcoming Imposter syndrome.
  • The importance of having boundaries in your life.
  • Being okay with being yourself and how trying to be what others want is creating stress in your life.


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You’re a giver. You find meaning in making personal and professional relationships. You love podcasts – you’ve considered (or have) your own podcast. You’re an expert with a story and a point of view.  You have overcame your fair share of obstacles. Your audience is hungry to hear more.

Let’s go. ⚡️

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