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The Circle of Trust

The Circle of Trust is the paid subscriber content for listeners of the Adventures In Design podcast. Containing over 300+ episodes and 500 hours of design, illustration, printing and business tips n tricks. Hear every episode in it’s entirety! The Circle of Trust has the full Adventures In Design audio catalog, featuring every episode with bonus content added or you can choose to go straight to the bonus content. Every topic possible on following your creative passion as a hobby or career has been covered in this collection and we’re not even close to finishing the conversation adding another 200 episodes in 2016. 

481 - Judy Sobko

David Defeo

From your career, to your personal life, to your political beliefs it can be difficult to determine right from wrong. Today's guest, Judy Sobko, worked for Donald Trump at the Taj Mahal and came to a life changing realization that her design talents would be best put to use elsewhere. After answering an ad in the paper she created a school program to empower the underserved art students in her community and help prepare and place them in future endeavors. As the National Election looms closer Judy's unique insight and behind the scenes knowledge of Donald Trump as a leader and a person can hopefully shed light on more than a few reasons he would be an inept and ill suited leader of the free world. From wantonly firing minorities for pleasure to never paying his bills, Donald Trump exhibited many of the behaviors we see at full maturity today years ago in Atlantic City. Judy left a sizable paycheck behind to lead a fulfilling life in education and uses her voice on today's episode to hopefully educate a few more while it still matters.

Talking Points

  • The pros and cons of an early retirement.
  • Spreading yourself too thin to accommodate everyone and the pressure of excellence.
  • Passing on the skills you take for granted.
  • Standing on the sidelines of the ever changing world of design.
  • Being cute, young, and manipulative.
  • Putting your talents in the right place to make a positive change.
  • The moment opportunity strikes.
  • Underserved art students and the gaining skills for the world you want to be in.
  • Reverse engineering how to be the conduit to the professional world.
  • Guidance and counseling from guidance counselors.
  • Teaching real world skills inside.
  • What do you need? How do you get it?
  • Loving learning and rising above the monotony of education as an occupation.
  • Working for Donald Trump in Atlantic City.
  • Skeet shooting in the back of house.
  • Donald's fully matured ticks.
  • A righteous political calling or a cry for attention.
  • Playing with other people's money and never paying your bills.
  • Working first hand with the design and marketing for the Taj Mahal.
  • The third rate people working for Trump.
  • Rallying the other America that feels left behind.
  • Terrorism color coding, fear mongering, and cowing the public.
  • Economic trends of growth and the political parties it is affiliated with.
  • Laughing at continually deviant behavior.
  • How many sexual harassment victims does it take to warrant change?
  • Making concessions to keep a paycheck in a system set up for predators.
  • Voting for the economy and seeing past the emotional issues.
  • We truly are stronger together.
  • How to stop the super wealthy form taking over the country again.
  • Follow the money to find the answers.
  • Stockpiling the emotional commerce that is better than money.