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All In A Day’s Work was created by Ted Bauer in October of 2011. As someone who has held a wide variety of jobs — public school teacher in Houston, production assistant for ESPN, content editor for ESPN.com and of late, jack-of-all-promotional trades for a small non-profit focusing on education — Ted came to be interested in different approaches to work, different models for work success, and how various people describe their positions, complete with unique challenges and successes.

So, Ted decided to start a podcast series geared towards work, interesting jobs, unique approaches to management, ways to understand and embrace change, and, well, anything else that happens to interest him.

If you have ideas for a topic or interviewee, please e-mail Ted. (You can also hit him up with any ol’ question about the site, too.)

You can follow us on Twitter @DaysWorkPodcast, and you can subscribe to the podcast here.

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What’s This All About?

This is a blog and podcast series about the work we all do: the highs, the lows, the effectiveness, the intrigue, the models, the double speak, and the passion. The point is to have discussions with people in those fields about their life and experiences. And hey, sometimes the stories might be funny, too. In the spring of 2013, the new posts started to fade, but you can find them all on iTunes.

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Who We’ve Interviewed

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