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E318– Inner Voice – A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Zeine chats with Mohammad Nami MD, Ph.D., the Director of the Brain, Cognition and Behavior Unit at the Dana Brain Health Institute and BrainHub Polyclinic and Academy UAE, as well as former Head of the Department of Neuroscience and Vice Chancellor for Research and Technology Affairs, School of Advanced Medical Sciences and Technologies, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran. He is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuropsychology at the Department of Social Sciences, Canadian University Dubai. Dr. Nami is an Associate Member of the Harvard Medical School Alumni and a member of the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. His main areas of research and clinical practice are medical/cognitive neuroscience, cognitive neuropsychology, neuroscience of sleep, neuro-cognitive fitness, neurological aspects of sleep disorders, and related interventions. He believes that mental health and sleep health awareness must be copromoted as one does not come without the other. As such, his career has been dedicated to helping people awaken to their true nature and infinite brain/cognitive and affective potentials to maintain better sleep and mental aptitude. This is his calling. https://brainhubuae.com. We discussed his co-authored book: “Dale to Excel – The Neuroleadership Perspective, Neurobehavioral Basics of Dale Carnegie's Principles from “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Check out my website: www.FoojanZeine.com. Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, and Share! Find me on these sites: *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...) *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...) *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...) *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine ) Platforms to Like and Follow: *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/) *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...) *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/) *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)
“You are different and unique. You are a diamond with a special and distinct life purpose.” – Christelle Pillot Guest Bio: Christelle Pillot is a founder of the Freedom Catcher Academy, her speciality is potential analysis, career optimization and team building at home. Since 2015 Christelle has been teaching dozens of women, companies, schools, and executives. Christelle owns a chemical engineering master's degree and is certified as a coach and trainer with a speciality in Emotional Intelligence. Christelle speaks French, English and German. Christelle is driven, results-oriented and has a dynamic business mind helping her clients to create a balanced and effective life rhythm, to clarify their life purpose and to make massive actions to build a meaningful and profitable career. She quickly assesses professional and personal situations and always finds creative win-win solutions. Working with her is a treat because she makes sure her clients get the results they are after.SHOW NOTES: Website: https://www.christellepillot.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freedom_catcher_academy/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/christellepillotcoaching/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/design-your-lifeHow to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie (life-changing book mentioned in podcast)David Mike Update & Community Prayer: at about 40:16 time-markerDavid Mike Episode Link & Contact Info: https://davidpasqualone.com/content-type-media/podcasts/remarkable-people-podcast/davidmike/ REMARKABLE LISTENER SPECIAL OFFER:Thinking About Changing Your Career? Check out Christelle's Free Guide now on her website: https://www.christellepillot.com/your-ultimate-career-change-guide CORE THEMES, KEYWORDS, & MENTIONS:depression, left handed, persistence, dyslexia, concentration, focus, self discipline, ADD, meditation, anxiety mindfulness, breathe work, stress, pressure, self confidence, team, chemical engineer, international business, adapting to culture. cultural adaptation, passion, energy, rebirth, feeling empty, clarity of mind, purpose, miscarriage, trauma, possible, unique, everything is possible, no limitsSupport the showWant Even More?
Worry is a natural part of life, including running. This means your daily training walk / run, your long run of new or newly increased distances, and races. It's normal to feel worry or concern about making the distance. NERVES are normal.Can I finish a marathon? Was my training enough?Can I actually do the long-run distance for this week. It's so long!Can I run a 5k?The key is to not let worry dominate your thoughts and feelings.We discuss controlling the controllables related to running. Remember the timeless words of Dale Carnegie, "Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy."Visit https://www.runningwithgrit.com for information on running over age 40.
Episode Highlights With LaurynHow she also used to be a journalist and reporterHer story of 13 incurable illnesses and eating disorders and how she recovered What led to her breaking the normal medical model and researching the root causeThe gut and mind connectionWhy healing is 80% mindsetUnderstanding stress at a deeper level and how this relates to gut healthFascinating studies on hunger signals, stress, and nourishment from food (and how even metabolic response changed)How to shift your mindset to facilitate healingWhat her gut brain method is and what German new medicine isWhy so much disease is linked to stress (and how this can help you)Fascinating links between certain life experiences and certain illnesses (like grief/loss and certain cancers, or IBS and “undigestible conflict,” or skin issues and feelings of being attackedHow German new medicine looked at brain scans of people experiencing certain symptoms and the correlations they found Heal the body with the mind and the hidden links between life events and disease How to release the issues in the tissuesAnger, sadness, fear, guilt, and shame as core negative emotionsThe way generational issues and even experiences in utero can affect future issuesHer core pillars of health from a physical perspectiveA reason to chew your food a lot longerSimple supplements that can help with gut healthRemedies for sluggish gallbladderA great simple at-home breathing test and challengeHumans are nutrients Resources We MentionDr. Lauryn Lax - WebsiteMoldageddon: 5 Steps to Conquer Mold & Mycotoxin Illness for Good by Dr. Lauryn LaxThe 28 Day Gut Kickstart: Optimize from the Inside Out by Dr. Lauryn LaxTotal Gut Reset: Optimize Your Health With Your Second Brain by Dr. Lauryn LaxThe Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.Biology of Belief by Bruce H. LiptonHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Ultimate Customer Experience: 5 Steps Everyone Must Know to Excite Your Customers, Engage Your Colleagues, and Enjoy Your Work by Scott McKain About the Book: In The Ultimate Customer Experience, Scott McKain, award-winning speaker and author, reveals the five steps for connecting with customers in today's changing workplace. When was the last time you were a customer and received the Ultimate Customer Experience? Can you even remember? You've probably received great service from companies that you know didn't give a damn about my business. How did that happen? Here is one possible answer: an individual cared about customers and overcame the obvious deficiencies in their organization's inferior approach and lack of values. There are five fundamental aspects to creating the Ultimate Customer Experience for the clients and prospects you deal with every single day. Even during this post-pandemic period as we come to grips with—and try to learn how—business has been changed forever, the level at which we connect with customers has never been more important. The five steps to creating an Ultimate Customer Experience are: Don't Make It Right . . . GET It Right! Make a Great Impression Serve with Empathy Connect with Emotion Take Personal Responsibility If you are investing your own resources in reading this book, that means you're taking the most important step any of us can ever take—a step toward personal growth. You wouldn't read this book if all you want to do is tread water and remain the same. If you want to take personal responsibility for how you engage your customers, Scott McKain will show you how. About the Author: Scott McKain's experiences have been diverse and remarkable. From playing the villain in a Werner Herzog film that esteemed film critic Roger Ebert named as one of the fifty great movies in the history of the cinema, to being inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame; from having been chosen (along with Zig Ziglar, Dale Carnegie, and Seth Godin) as one of thirty members of the Sales and Marketing Hall of Fame, to a decade as a globally syndicated television commentator on the entertainment scene, it's not a stretch to say Scott McKain's life has been distinctive. He has spoken on platforms in all fifty US states and forty countries and his expertise has been quoted multiple times in publications including USA Today, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the International Herald-Tribune. And, interesting fact - Arnold Schwarzenegger once booked Scott for a presentation at the White House with the President in the audience! Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/ultimate-customer-experience-scott-mckain
Take command of your life and tune in as Ken D Foster interviews Joe Hart the President & Chief Executive Officer of Dale Carnegie company, the oldest and largest training company in the world. #voicesofcourage #kendfoster #JoeHart #dalecarnegie Visit us: voicesofcourage.us See the full podcast video: https://youtu.be/4ADLtkmWKSc
Who is Aarash Darroodi?Aarash Darroodi is General Counsel, Executive Vice President, and Corporate Secretary of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, one of the world's global leaders in manufacturing instruments and amplifiers. He grew up in Iran with his grandparents and was able to move to his parents in the USA at the age of 7. His background and experience with immigration to the US shaped who he is today. With a background spanning over 19 countries, he connects cultures across the Americas, Europe, Asia, and beyond. His endeavors resulted in Fender's largest acquisition of PreSonus Audio Electronics. Darroodi attributes his success to several factors, including taking a Dale Carnegie course while he was a teenager. What will You Learn?Aarash offers key pieces of advice that are core to his success and ingrained in his philosophy of life:Become a Storyteller: Uncover the art of crafting impactful stories that resonate with people's emotions and drive engagement.Navigate Cross-Cultural Teams: Gain strategies for fostering understanding and collaboration across diverse cultural backgrounds.Execute Innovative Leadership Strategies: Explore unconventional yet effective approaches to leading teams and driving innovation.Grow Through Networking: Learn how building authentic connections can be a catalyst for personal and professional growth.Make Strategic Decisions: Explore methodologies for making informed decisions that lead to strategic outcomes.Apply Adaptive Learning Techniques: Discover techniques for adapting your learning style to various contexts and challenges.Be Resilient in Adversity: Explore ways to cultivate resilience and thrive in the face of adversity and uncertainty.Leadership Style & Story SummaryUnleashing Hidden Potential: Darroodi believes in humans' hidden potential. Often, external encouragement is needed to tap into greatness beyond imagination. He believes people are more capable than they think, and we all need someone to push us to go out of our comfort zone. When building a team, he seeks those who have a story, not just a great resume, those who overcame difficulties & challenges and showed resilience.The Power of Learning: Daarrodi advises us to embrace constant discovery and to engage with novel concepts and people. He treasures wisdom from mentors, focusing on punch lines & pivotal phrases engraved in memory.Nurture Growth: Darroodi champions empowering leadership. He promotes intercultural understanding, values GenZers, and dismantles hierarchical structures. As a guide, he aids individuals in pursuing their distinct North Star goals. He advises working with team members and learning from them. Leaders and employees should learn about cultures and make a conscious effort to engage with the GenZers. When he works with individuals, he immediately asks them to figure out what they want to achieve in their lives and empowers everyone to have the freedom to share their ideas.Leadership Style: His role as a leader is to guide, advise, and help teams achieve and reach where their North Star is. Aarash helps his team to get closer to whatever that North Star goal is. ”I see it more as a guide. That's how I see leadership.”Join us and listen to Aarash's leadership insights about unleashing hidden potential, lifelong learning, and nurturing personal and professional growth.Thought Leadership SegmentIn today's Thought Leadership Spotlight segment, we welcome the President of Dale Carnegie of Arizona, Ken Beyersdorf, and highlight the core value of aligning actions with goals by applying one of the Dale Carnegie principles: "If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically”. Like Aarash, our guest emphasizes the importance of having a clear vision and evaluating actions to achieve that vision.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to ace job interviews, deliver powerful speeches and even enjoy seemingly perfect days? It's not magic; it's preparation. Tune in as we unravel the importance of practice in achieving our physical and spiritual goals. This episode is a deep dive into how strategic groundwork is often the secret behind success stories - from legendary figures like Dale Carnegie and Abraham Lincoln to your everyday accomplishments.Drawing from Jewish teachings, we explore how the world in its entirety is akin to a stage set for preparation for our next phase of existence. We also discuss how mastering practice can shape your outlook on success, learning, and personal growth. You'll discover how adequate preparation can make your Torah learning sweeter, help you shine at that job interview, or even enable you to deliver a compelling speech. This episode serves as a potent reminder of how crucial preparation is – a vital ingredient in the 'secret sauce' to success. So, if you're ready to transform your life, one deliberate practice at a time, you don't want to miss this!Support the showJoin the WhatsApp community for daily motivational Torah content! JOIN HERE ---------------- SUBSCRIBE to The Weekly Parsha for an insightful weekly shiur on the Parsha of the week. Listen on Spotify or the new Jewish music and Podcast streaming platform 24six! Access all Torah talks and listen to featured episodes on our new website, themotivationcongregation.org ---------------- Questions or Comments? Please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org#parsha #shortdvartorah #thetorahpodcast #motivationalmussar
Welcome to a transformative episode of the Moonshots Masterseries! In this episode, we're delving deep into cultivating solid and authentic relationships that can profoundly impact your personal and professional life. Get ready for actionable insights and practical takeaways from some of the most influential thought leaders in psychology and personal development.Listen to the full show - become a Moonshot Member https://www.patreon.com/MoonshotsEpisode Highlights:We kick off the episode by uncovering the timeless wisdom of Dale Carnegie's groundbreaking book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." Ever wonder why this book has remained a cornerstone in relationships? Join us as we explore the reasons behind its popularity.Audio Clip - Productivity Game:Nathan from Productivity Game lends his expertise to highlight the book's first crucial step: Be genuinely interested in others. Nathan delves into why this seemingly simple principle holds the power to establish lasting connections and initiate meaningful conversations.Understanding the dynamics of love is essential for fostering good relationships. Psych2go, renowned for breaking down complex psychological concepts, guides us through Gary Chapman's 5 Love Languages. Discover how recognizing and respecting these languages can revolutionize expressing and receiving affection.Audio Clip - Psych2go:In their insightful breakdown, Psych2go emphasizes that relationships flourish when you identify and acknowledge Your Love Language. This segment reveals how aligning love languages can bridge emotional gaps and create a more profound sense of intimacy.Let's dive into the power of vulnerability with the incomparable Brené Brown. Her summarization of "The Power of Vulnerability" is a game-changer in the quest for meaningful connections.Audio Clip - Brené Brown:Brené Brown's inspiring words resonate as she reminds us that You are enough. Vulnerability is explored as the cornerstone of authentic relationships, urging us to embrace our imperfections and show up genuinely, allowing others to connect with our true selves.Next, we have Nathan from Productivity Game back on the mic, sharing key insights from "Crucial Conversations" by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler. The spotlight is on finding common ground for effective communication.Audio Clip - Productivity Game:Nathan provides a roadmap to harmonious interactions by emphasizing the importance of Finding a common goal. This insight from "Crucial Conversations" demonstrates how shared objectives can dissolve tensions and pave the way for understanding even in the most challenging dialogues.Drawing from the world of negotiation and communication, Chris Voss shares a pivotal lesson from "Never Split the Difference." Discover why, sometimes, the power of No is better than Yes.Audio Clip - Chris Voss:Chris Voss's perspective challenges the conventional notion of agreement as he explains why a strategic "No" can foster more productive discussions and innovative solutions in negotiations and relationships.In wrapping up this enriching episode, we're reminded that building good relationships is an art that can be mastered with practice. Let's recap the core takeaways that you can implement immediately:Recap:Be Genuinely Interested: Cultivate curiosity about others to establish authentic connections.Know Your Love Language: Recognize and respect different ways of expressing affection.Embrace Vulnerability: Embrace imperfections and show up authentically to foster meaningful bonds.Find Common Ground: Seek shared objectives in crucial conversations to enhance understanding.Harness the Power of "No": Embrace the strategic use of "No" for effective communication and negotiation.Thank you for tuning in to this enlightening episode of the Moonshots Master series. Remember, investing in good relationships is an investment in your personal growth and overall well-being. 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Elevating Educational Leadership Through Dale Carnegie's Principles (Part 2) Today's podcast episode's title is Elevating Educational Leadership Through Dale Carnegie's Principles (Part 2), and we'll explore how principals can apply his principles in a school context.
This week Andrew talks with Brijesh Patel — the Associate Athletic Director & Director of Athletic Performance at Quinnipiac University. Brijesh is the head strength & conditioning coach for the 2023 NCAA National Champion Quinnipiac University Men's Ice Hockey team. Back in June, Andrew interviewed Quinnipiac Men's Ice Hockey Head Coach Rand Pecknold to explore the team's remarkable rise to the top of the college hockey world that captured the hearts of millions. It was during that conversation that Rand sang the praises of his colleague Brijesh Patel. In this week's episode, Andrew sits down directly with Brijesh — to dive even deeper into the success secrets that powered Quinnipiac's unprecedented rise to national champions. You'll hear important lessons on building trust, improving self-awareness, building positive habits, & achieving peak performance. This conversation is filled with so many powerful & actionable ideas that apply far beyond the hockey rink. Show Highlights:(0:00) - Intro(5:06) - Reflecting on national championship(5:58) - Building trust(6:44) - Empowering others(7:58) - Understanding your purpose(9:04) - Developing a winning attitude(10:29) - Driving improvement(13:01) - Taking on too much(13:59) - Developing discipline(14:57) - Creating positive habits(16:29) - Inspiration vs. habits(19:10) - Attention to detail(23:53) - Creating ownership & awareness(27:55) - Stacking incremental improvements(30:15) - Improving body language (33:40) - Building strong connections with others** Follow Andrew On Social Media **Twitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123Sign up for e-mails to keep up with Andrew's podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter
What's in this episode:- Managing and motivating your team- Decreasing expenses with good culture- Separating your sales team- Dealing with rate increases- Reviewing with your clientsUpcoming Virtual Summit on September 27th: https://www.insuranceroleplay.com/summitAbout Jeremy:Jeremy Olson has been an Allstate agent since 1997. He has multiple locations in the state of Washington and has grown his book from scratch to $56 Million in premium, and has a team of almost 50 licensed agents. He is also the Co-Founder of the insurance training company, Role Play at the Olson Agency (RPOA).His passion for this industry started when he was a very young child, as his grandfather was an agent for over 30 years and his father for 45 years. He loves this industry and is focused on teaching others what he has learned. This desire to share with others is what led to Jeremy launching the RPOA training platform in 2019 with Kristin, his business partner and the GM of his agency.About Kristin:Kristin Isaacson is the Team Coach and General Manager at The Olson Agency. She is also the Co-Founder of the insurance training company RPOA. She holds 20+ years of experience in sales, working at notable companies like Nordstrom, US Bank, MetLife, and Dale Carnegie Training. It was at Dale Carnegie that she found her passion for helping people grow in the area of soft skills development and earned her certification as a Dale Carnegie Facilitator. This brings a unique background and flair to what she does in the development and management of her team. Kristin's passion for continuous improvement creates an innovative and creative approach to giving honest feedback that paves the way for individual improvement. She always speaks from the heart and never gives up, and that is evident in everything she touches, down to the tiniest details. Contact Jeremy and Kristin:Facebook: Role Play at the Olson AgencyCatch the full video of this conversation: https://youtu.be/gvrP6gUdcbALAST DAY Join the 30 in 5 Life Insurance Challenge www.weaversa.com/30in5earlybird or text 816-727-7610 #30life for more informationText BUZZ to (816) 727-7610 to connect directly with us and share your favorites from the episode or learn more about upcoming events and challenges happening in our industryJoin Weaver Sales Academy: https://www.weaversa.com/Follow Michael & Courtney on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mandcweaverInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mandcweaver/Youtube: https://youtu.be/gvrP6gUdcbAMichael LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-weaver-a2940095Courtney LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/courtney-weaver-4b8139a0/
Nathaniel Schutta (or Nate) is a software architect focused on cloud computing and building usable applications. A proponent of polyglot programming, Nate has written multiple books and appeared in various videos. Nate is a seasoned speaker, regularly presenting at conferences worldwide, No Fluff Just Stuff symposia, meetups, universities, and user groups. In addition to his day job, Nate is an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota where he teaches students to embrace (and evaluate) technical change. Driven to rid the world of bad presentations, Nate co-authored the book Presentation Patterns with Neal Ford and Matthew McCullough. Nate has published Thinking Architecturally and Responsible Microservices both available as free downloads from VMware. Topics of Discussion: [5:12] How Nate decided he liked development and architecture, and who was Dr. Evil? [7:10] Nate worked at a software company for a brief period and spent a lot of his time building enterprise web apps. [10:13] Is it possible to think and talk about software the same, regardless of language? [14:17] Nate Defines circuit breaker. [15:56] The importance of having good observability and monitoring in place to see what is going on. [22:35] Nate gives some categories of architects and where he thinks it changes in responsibility and scope. [26:14] To quote Ralph Johnson, “Architecture is the important stuff, whatever that is.” While we may have different definitions of “IT,” Nate thinks that it has the decisions that are hard to change later, and the ones we hope we get right in the first place. The “IT” is also what matters to the application at hand. [36:14] Are we currently at another inflection point? [38:03] The current landscape and challenges of inventing things on the fly. [45:22] What can we expect from Nate's new book? [55:54] Engineers often overlook soft skills, and the Dale Carnegie books on leadership are a great place to start. Mentioned in this Episodes: Clear Measure Way Architect Forum Software Engineer Forum Programming with Palermo — New Video Podcast! Email us email@example.com Clear Measure, Inc. (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! Jeffrey Palermo's Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! Architect Tips — Video podcast! Azure DevOps Nate Schutta Twitter Nathaniel Schutta Website Thinking Architecturally Fundamentals of Software Dale Carnegie Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.
The comedian Mark Russell said you can judge a generation by its magazines.Life magazine was first published in 1883. It was followed byPeople in 1974, which was followed byUs, which was followed bySelf.Ralph Waldo Emerson was born in 1803, just a few weeks before the Louisiana Purchase was announced to the American people by President Thomas Jefferson. Emerson was 23 when Jefferson died.America was still heavily influenced by Europe, but Ralph Waldo Emerson saw a future that no one else could see.At the age of 34, he gave a speech to a group of college students in Boston that provided a visionary, philosophical framework for escaping the influence of Europe and building a distinctly American cultural identity. That speech was entitled “The American Scholar” and Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. considered it to be America's “intellectual Declaration of Independence.”Ralph Waldo Emerson was a poet, a writer, a lecturer and an encourager who inspired generations of positive thinkers that stir among us to this day. Friedrich Nietzsche considered him “the most gifted of the Americans” and Walt Whitman referred to him as his “master.”Emerson was also a passionate opponent of slavery. Throughout his life he urged Congress to bring slavery to an immediate and permanent end.When Emerson was lecturing in Springfield, Illinois on January 10, 1853, a then-unknown Abraham Lincoln was in the audience. Years later, Lincoln invited Emerson to the White House and told him of the impact that lecture had on him.Ralph Waldo Emerson spoke with whimsy, sentimentality, and vulnerability when he said,“It is one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be stupid with them.”Modern businesspeople believe whimsy, sentimentality, and vulnerability to be weaknesses.But I know those people to be wrong.When you choose to like a person who does not like you, this is whimsy.It is hard not to like a person who likes you.When you choose to believe in someone, this is sentimentality.It is hard not to love a person who believes in you.When you say something that requires humility and love, this is vulnerability.It is hard not to trust a person who says something that only a humble, loving person would say.As a writer, Ralph Waldo Emerson was lofty. But as a person, he was famously open and vulnerable.Vulnerability is the price of intimacy.Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote Self Reliance in 1841.Elbert Hubbard wrote A Message to Garcia in 1899.Dale Carnegie updated Emerson's ideas in his book, How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936.Napoleon Hill wrote Think and Grow Rich in 1937.Norman Vincent Peale added a veneer of Christianity in his book, The Power of Positive Thinking, in 1952.Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson wrote The One Minute Manager in 1982.Stephen Covey wrote The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in 1989.Joel Osteen wrote Become a Better You: 7 Keys to Improving Your Life Every Day in 2007.And every one of those writers owes a debt to Ralph Waldo Emerson.Life, People, Us, Self.Lifeis about more than just business. It's about balance. It's about the freedom to be stupid with old friends.Peoplecover the earth. They speak lots of languages and have confusing cultures, but every person is made in the image of God.Usis problematic because it necessitates the idea of “Them,” those who are not Us. Uh-oh.Selfis who you think...
Hello there ROCKSTARS! Welcome to The Entrepreneur Mastery Lab Podcast Episode 156 ~ Shark Bites, Branding, Web 3 and the Power of Authentic Storytelling with Abby Mellinger. This week inside the Lab, we are throwing back to when we were joined by Abigail "Abby" Mellinger, founder of Penza Productions. Abby is the executive producer and founder at Penza Productions. Her background in documentary production has led to compelling storytelling on screen to help small business grow and convert leads at a marketing level. They also work within the crypto space, having worked with Crypto Banter (largest fastest growing YouTube channel), The Arora Project (raised over $115 million for start ups to date), and worked with people like Kevin O'Leary, Mark Cuban, Tony Hawk, etc. She has taken the Dale Carnegie sales trainings/ google certifications and had all these mentors and educations that had continued to lead her to believe its all in the power of the story telling. How to contact Abby (here's a few ways): firstname.lastname@example.org penzaproductions.com Social media - @penzaproductions Come and join us for the Entrepreneur Excellence Series ~ Pitch Perfect: Crush your 30-second Elevator Pitch Wed Sept 6th, 2023 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM EST Sign up here! Read our blog, follow our socials, peep our YouTube page, and more... Click for all of our Links and Social Media Need some help with productivity... Check out our 2x Your Time Course that will help you Master your Time and Slay your Day! https://www.jbandthedoctor.com/tmcsp/ Freebies from us! THE R.I.P. Method to 2x Your Time! A 7 Minute Masterclass 6 Methods To Make Sure Your Business Doesn't Fail Please Like, Subscribe and Give Us a Review (5 stars sounds like the best option)
Today, we're diving deep into the profound impact that Dale Carnegie's "Six Ways to Make People Like You" can have on how school principals lead and support their teachers in their quest to reach their fullest potential.
Chad & Jenise Johnson (Katie's parents) have been married for 30 years. They have 11 children and 10 grandchildren. You're going to hear about marriage, child training and parenting in today's episode. They are the coaches in our Marriage Maximizer program. Marriage is something they have been speaking to for a lot of years. They are my favorite marriage coaches of all time! They have been doing newlywed retreats for 16 years. Katie and I were humbled and grateful that they were so willing to partner with us on this marriage program. It's already been a blessing to those who have gone through it and I know it could be a blessing to your marriage!Marriage Maximizer - Build A Masterpiece Marriage Whether you have been married for 30 years, or are just starting out on the adventure of a lifetime, this course is for you! https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/Marriage-MaximizerFree webinar: https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/marriage-maximizer-learn-more-1Past podcast episode's with Chad & Jenise: - Interview With Mother of 11 Children, Jenise Johnson -https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/podcasts/now-that-we-re-a-family-10/episodes/2147749038 - Victory Over Pornography // Interview With Chad Johnson - https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/podcasts/now-that-we-re-a-family-10/episodes/2147691146 - What is a Proverbs 31 Man? // Interview with Chad Johnson - https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/podcasts/now-that-we-re-a-family-10/episodes/2147568017 - Twenty Five Years of Marriage and 11 Children - How to Keep The Spark Alive with Chad and Jenise Johnson - https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/podcasts/now-that-we-re-a-family-10/episodes/2147568040 You can follow Chad & Jenise and some resources he shared through the links below: - Chad & Jenise's weekly newsletter - https://g5summit.com/newsletter - "How to Win a Heart: One Man's Adventure in Finding and Winning His Lifelong Love" by Chad Johnson - https://amzn.to/3KE58qS - Jenise's NeoLife Supplements - https://shopneolife.com/johnsonfamily - "How to Win Friends & Influence People" by Dale Carnegie - https://amzn.to/3DS9HKh - "His Needs, Her Needs: Building an Affair-Proof Marriage" by Dr Willard F. Harley Jr - https://amzn.to/3sfPDPe - Top 5 Tuesday Join our weekly email list to keep up to date with the highlights of what is going on in our family life. https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/top-5-tuesday-newletter - Looking for more Now That We're A Family resources? We got 'em! Website: https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nowthatwereafamily/ OUR FAMILY MUSIC ACADEMY: https://www.voetbergmusicacademy.com Homeschool Course: https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/homeschool Get it All Done Club: https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/get-it-all-done-club Is your life just too complicated to ever feel peaceful? Check out Katie's Free Home Management Masterclass:https://www.nowthatwereafamily.com/get-it-all-done-club
On episode #783 of The Marsh Buice Podcast, we tackle a universal emotion that has gripped us all at some point – worry. But what if, instead of being paralyzed by our fears, we could transform them into a powerful catalyst for action?Drawing on wisdom from Dale Carnegie, we lay out a practical, three-step guide to help you not just navigate but truly harness the energy of your concerns.Whether you're anxious about work, relationships, or any of life's curveballs, this episode offers actionable insights to shift from trepidation to triumph. Dive in to learn how to convert your worst-case scenarios into best-case strategies. Don't just face your fears; master them.
Join Mr. CEO at 22, Sean Si, as he shares seven guiding principles from renowned self-improvement author Dale Carnegie guaranteed to help you win friends and influence people. Learn as he shares practical and personal lessons on principles such as dealing with criticism and conflict, the art of asking questions, genuinely taking interest in others, the importance of a person's name, and many more. Enhance your leadership skills now with this insightful episode! --- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack Youtube: leadme.ph/youtube TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@leadershipstack Leadership Stack Merch: https://leadershipstack.com/shop/
Dale Carnegie in his book, "How to stop worrying and start living" shares a program that will bring about more cheerfulness and decrease worry. It's called "Just for Today" and was created by Sibyl F. Partridge. There are 10 action items in this daily program. In this episode, I share each one and challenge you to implement these into your life. Just for Today! Jesus says, "Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." Matthew 6:34 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/benjaminlee/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/benjaminlee/support
The Business of Meetings – Episode 178 – Anyone Can Become a Great Salesperson with Ron Hubsher We invite you to step into the world of sales expertise and negotiation finesse as we delve into the expertise of a true industry pioneer! Today, we have the distinct privilege of speaking with none other than Ron Hubsher, the visionary behind the field of business-to-business negotiation. Ron is a luminary in his domain. He has authored books on business-to-business negotiation, documented the close of a staggering $600 million deal, and held a distinguished position as a guest lecturer at Harvard University. As the Founder and President of the esteemed Sales Optimization Group, Ron's wealth of experience promises an enlightening and transformative discussion on how to become a better closer, and a more adept negotiator. Brace yourself for an exceptional experience as we unlock the secrets to sales success and explore Ron's tremendous career! If the notion of sales captivates your spirit, prepare to be enthralled by his brilliant insights! Bio: Ron Hubsher is an internationally acclaimed and recognized sales and negotiation effectiveness expert. Ron is CEO of the Sales Optimization Group, an international sales and negotiation training and consulting organization. The company assists clients in technology, health services, medical devices, financial services, professional services, business services, and manufacturing accelerated sales by using its patented sales and negotiation methodologies and tools to increase close rates, reduce discounting, accelerate sales, bring opportunities in as forecasted and make sure clients achieve their goals and hit their numbers. Ron's Journey in Sales Growing up with an entrepreneurial father who constantly sought to improve his selling skills, Ron got drawn into the world of business-to-business negotiation. The influence of his father, combined with inspiration from Dale Carnegie's timeless book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, sparked his interest in the art and science of selling. From an early age, he read books on sales and ventured into various small businesses, honing his skills as an entrepreneur and sales enthusiast. Having a background in engineering, he approached sales like an engineer, breaking down the process and seeking to manufacture successful outcomes. Key elements for success in business-to-business sales Ron explains that keeping things simple and process-driven makes it possible to achieve remarkable results consistently. He outlines three key elements necessary for success in business-to-business sales, including strong listening and questioning skills, a well-crafted opportunity plan, and a robust negotiation plan. Harnessing Information to Prepare for Sales There are advantages and potential challenges presented by the abundance of data on prospects. Ron points out that while having access to information could be empowering, using it effectively depends on the salesperson's approach. Finding commonalities and demonstrating a genuine interest in prospects' lives can create meaningful connections, reduce perceived risks, and facilitate successful negotiations. Virtual Selling Virtual platforms, like Zoom and Teams, have advantages and disadvantages in sales interactions. While face-to-face encounters might be more difficult to recreate online, Ron emphasizes the value of intimate virtual meetings, where meaningful connections and focused conversations can still occur. He stresses the importance of using those tools to give the salesperson the advantage of adapting the sales process to make it more effective on virtual platforms. The Magic of Leveraging Personal Passions in Sales There is power in finding and leveraging personal passions in sales, as it can foster a deeper level of connection and trust. Ron explains that highlighting his passion for pole vaulting allowed him to connect with potential clients who resonated with his story. Navigating Challenges and Opportunities when Negotiating on Virtual Platforms Embracing technology and refining negotiation skills are essential for success in the rapidly evolving landscape of virtual sales. Ron acknowledges that negotiating virtually can present challenges, particularly around reading body language. He emphasizes the importance of active listening and probing questions to gain insights into the needs and concerns of the other party. Practical strategies for addressing these challenges include utilizing one-on-one meetings and adapting negotiation tactics to suit virtual interactions. The Complexity of Business Mechanics Business sales negotiations differ from other types of negotiations. In business sales negotiations, one must consider factors like competing sellers, similar products, and spot transactional negotiators that can make the process more intricate. By interviewing successful business salespeople, Ron developed a seven-step process to simplify and repeat the negotiation approach. The Keys to Being a Successful Negotiator and Closer Ron emphasizes the importance of having a strong sales effort coupled with a robust negotiation plan when looking at the essential qualities one needs to become a successful negotiator and closer in business-to-business sales negotiations. He points out that a powerful sales effort, which focuses on creating value and reducing business and personal risks for the customer, is crucial. By combining that with a well-thought-out plan, negotiators can capitalize on potential and find success. Differentiating Business-to-Business Sales Negotiations Business-to-business sales negotiations require a distinct approach compared to other types of negotiations. Ron mentions three main types of negotiation: conflict/resolution negotiation, spot transactional negotiation, and business-to-business negotiation. He explains that applying conflict/resolution or spot transactional methods to business-to-business negotiations might do more harm than good. Instead, understanding the unique dynamics of business sales negotiations and utilizing a tailored negotiation process can lead to better outcomes. Establishing Trust and Maintaining Relationships with Customers To maintain strong relationships with customers after closing a sale, Ron stresses the significance of following up and maintaining communication with customers to reinforce trust and demonstrate value. He explains that successful sales should lead to quantifiable success stories that are worth much more than the price paid by the customer. Delivering substantial results allows businesses to build lifelong relationships with customers and ensure continued success. Transitioning from Salesperson to Sales Manager The skill set required for sales management differs from the skill set of a salesperson. While a salesperson should excel in functional sales skills, a sales manager needs to focus on hiring, motivating, handling problems, and removing obstacles for the sales team. Ron advises against assuming that the best salesperson will naturally make the best sales manager and suggests implementing a system to support the success of sales managers. Recognition and Success at Harvard and in the Industry Ron attributes the recognition he experienced as a guest lecturer at Harvard and the great opportunities his company received in the industry, to the positive feedback and success stories shared by his satisfied clients. The Right Approach for Successful Business Sales Negotiations There are critical differences between various types of negotiations, so it is essential to use the right approach for business-to-business sales negotiations. For long-term success in business sales negotiations, it is crucial to demonstrate a strong sales effort, have a well-planned negotiation approach, and maintain customer relationships. Connect with Eric On LinkedIn On Facebook On Instagram On Website Connect with Ron Hubsher On his website (Sales Optimization Group) On LinkedIn Call Ron - (650)-520-9849
Claire Hughes Johnson writes in her book, Scaling People, about a moment early on in her time at Stripe when an Irish journalist shouted to her, “You're the lady! You're the lady with the lads!”Hughes Johnson, who joined Stripe in 2014 as the payments startup's chief operating officer, works closely with two of the most iconic Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, Patrick and John Collison. During her tenure as COO, she helped bring her management know-how from Google and experience working for Sheryl Sandberg to help organize the growing company. I invited Hughes Johnson on the Newcomer podcast to talk about her time at Stripe and the management lessons that she has put down on paper in Scaling People, which she published this year. Toward the end of our conversation, Hughes Johnson turned the tables on me and gave me some coaching.Our conversation circles around two sections of her book, in particular. We talked about giving feedback and honesty in a corporate setting. She talked about her principle that managers should encourage people to “say the thing you cannot say.”She writes,How often have you sat in a meeting and mused, “It really feels like there's something that isn't being talked about right now”? Or had a conversation with a report and thought, “I think they're getting upset about what I'm saying”? Or caught yourself filtering everything you say? These questions prompt a bigger one: Why don't managers say what's actually on their minds?People often think that good management is about having a lot of filters, and for good reason. There's a lot that might feel risky to say, or that feels like a personal judgment. But be wary of over-filtering. Fine-tuning your filters and pushing yourself to name your observation in a constructive way means you'll be able to have a more honest conversation about what's going on. Then you can all start working on a solution in earnest.Hughes Johnson concludes scaling people with a chapter titled, “You.” It looks at how managers manage themselves.She writes,The more senior you become, the more creative reality gets at finding ways to beat you up every day. You will have days—sometimes many in a row—when your highest performer is threatening to quit, a top customer has just informed you that they're moving to a competitor, you're leading a company-wide meeting the next day and haven't had time to prepare, and the cross-functional project you kicked off last week is already going off the rails. Many people don't have the psychological strength and resilience to keep going. In The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz calls this “the struggle,” when “nothing is easy and nothing feels right.”To make it all work, you have to learn how to manage your time and energy. First, diagnose what gives and takes your energy. The easiest way to do this is to map out your good and bad days and track what activities add to and detract from your energy. An easy tactic is to keep check marks on your calendar of good days and bad days. After a month, look at all the good days and all the bad days, and then the good weeks and bad weeks, and see what trends jump out. When I did this exercise, I found that the weeks when I had more than one work event that kept me from having dinner with my kids and getting them to bed were bad weeks. I then resolved to restrict my work-related late nights to once a week—a personal guideline that I occasionally break, but not often. Your goal is to study what combination of time spent on which activities creates your best performance, then determine where you need to set boundaries to preserve your strongest self.Coming up as a reporter, I was always resistant to “management” and “leadership” advice. Those words made me think of Dale Carnegie books and cash-grab leadership seminars. But as I've started to build Newcomer into more of a company (we've got a full-time chief of staff, three summer interns, and am looking to hire a full-time reporter), I've come around to the idea that being intentional about how you spend your time and how you work with people are essential skills, worthy of serious reflection. These days, Hughes Johnson is a corporate officer and advisor at Stripe. She's spending a lot of her time working with individual managers and offering coaching inside the company. So we got a taste of how Stripe's management guru thinks.I really enjoyed our conversation. Give it a listen. Highlighted ExcerptsThe transcript has been edited for clarity.On Good Management.Claire Hughes Johnson: One of the topics that came to mind during my interview with John and Patrick was the importance of good management and smart operating structures. I emphasized that we shouldn't be reinventing the wheel. I believe in fundamentally sound management practices, rather than creating an entirely new way of thinking about performance feedback.I paused and told them, “You guys have to be with me on this. We might start with a very basic version of performance feedback, but it's better to do that than to let the perfect be the enemy of the good.” What's wrong with doing everything from first principles? At some point, it becomes exhausting, and you might not be the best at constructing the system.I also discussed the permanence of management structures and hierarchies that have been in place for hundreds of years. There have been attempts to innovate, such as holacracy, and workers' expectations have changed. I'm not suggesting we do things the same way we did 100 years ago, but we must pay attention to history.Patrick became particularly interested in this topic and started reading studies on management practices. He found academic research and data that showed countries with good management education and practices tend to have better economic outcomes. He agreed, saying, “Yeah, I think you're right. Let's put some fundamentals in place.”Unfortunately, some young companies want to reinvent more than they should. They may have invented a great product and feel compelled to create new ways to manage people. But I believe this can be a mistake, and it's better to rely on proven methods and structures.Young companies, especially, should practice giving feedback.Claire Hughes Johnson: The book has a lot of stuff on operating structures. It's really important to have goals and metrics that everyone recognizes as the company's most important goals, and to review them publicly with everyone. The mission should be clearly articulated, along with the direction for the next three to five years. Clear feedback structures are vital. Ideally, feedback should be continuous, but in young companies, many managers are new to this process, so they're not giving as much feedback. Therefore, you actually have to build more structures for it, which may seem counterintuitive. Some companies might say, “Oh, we're just running after this prize, and we can't be distracted by that.” But I respond, “Well, actually, it's the most important thing, because you aren't used to doing it.”How do you think about feedback? How direct or brutal should the feedback be?Claire Hughes Johnson: When I first started working at Google, I was shocked at how direct the engineers were, saying things like, “That's a terrible idea.” It was not the world I had been in working in consulting or government. At first, I got defensive, but I've come to love it. However, when I talk about feedback, there's a level of directness that I don't think is productive. If it's so direct that it feels like an attack, people stop listening and think about survival. It becomes a matter of adapting or dying.I have an operating principle that I talk about in the book: “Say the thing you think you cannot say.” I try to push myself and others to be open and willing to put things on the table without creating an attack response. For example, I might say to a leadership team member at Stripe, “From my seat, 10,000-20,000 feet away, I have a couple of things I'm worried about.” Then we can have an interesting conversation, looking at the problem together.As a leader, it's also about reading the room, even virtually. What's the body language? Are people making eye contact? Are there weird comments in the doc? My job is to get everyone else's opinion on the table first. Sometimes I'll say, “It feels like there's something we're not saying. It feels tense in here.” Then I might call on someone to break through to the real thing.There are different dynamics at play, such as power dynamics and layering issues. Sometimes you can tell the team isn't behind their leader. Other times, there's friction within the team or with another team. And sometimes, it's a matter of seeing the forest for the trees, stepping back to look at the bigger picture. Is this actually a good product? Why are we not seeing more user adoption? Why have we only grown 10% when the rest of the products are growing 40%? As a leader, your job is to have that bigger picture in mind and to ask, “Is this the right strategy?” Sometimes, you have to zoom out and say, “We're having the wrong conversation, folks.” Get full access to Newcomer at www.newcomer.co/subscribe
Bem-vindo à mais uma edição do Clube do Livro! Treinamento exclusivo para transformar você em um profissional de alta performance: https://performan-c.com/atrd-descr-07.08.23 Hoje, Joel Jota vai explorar a obra-prima de Dale Carnegie, "Como Fazer Amigos e Influenciar Pessoas". O livro é reconhecido por décadas como um guia essencial para construir relações saudáveis e eficazes. Se você está buscando melhorar suas habilidades de comunicação, assista até o final. Joel Jota vai abordar os princípios fundamentais apresentados por Carnegie, revelar como eles se aplicam ao mundo moderno e compartilhar sua perspectiva sobre como esses conceitos podem transformar sua vida pessoal e profissional, além de influenciar positivamente as pessoas ao seu redor. Seja você é um profissional procurando aprimorar suas habilidades interpessoais, esse Clube do Livro é para você. Mande para um amigo que precisa desse episódio também!
*Note: This episode was recorded in March 2023 About our guest:Meet Britta Wilson, who most recently served as the Vice President of Inclusion & Outreach at Pixar Animation, where she led initiatives to discover, nurture and empower diverse voices. Her primary focus is on cultivating resonant content, fostering a culture of belonging, and promoting compassionate community service.Prior to Pixar, she served as the Chief Diversity Officer/VP for Inclusion Strategies at Expedia, where corporate partners were often engaged in the filmmaking business, and as the SVP of Organization & People at Paramount Pictures.Her journey was far from conventional, comprising a series of adventures that shaped her career and life philosophy. This perspective became her guiding principle: a closed door leads to new opportunities.Britta's life journey also involved prioritizing her family and pursuing a Ph.D. in Education, specializing in organizational leadership. She consistently sought opportunities to make an impact and learn, even if it meant taking on roles with less prestigious titles. Setbacks were seen as learning moments, never reasons to wallow.What you will learn:How to turn setbacks into opportunities for personal and professional growthHow to embrace a unique and non-linear career pathHow to adopt a jungle gym approach to mindset and skill developmentThe art of active listening and learning from team members at all levelsHow to cultivate a culture of belonging and empathy within an organizationStrategic methods for driving change within diverse organizations.The power of storytelling as a platform for creating a lasting impact on people's livesLeadership Style & Story Summary:As a leader, Britta values the input and insights of her team members, firmly believing that everyone has the capacity to lead, regardless of their job title. To drive cultural change within organizations, she employs a strategic approach, engaging her team to collaboratively define the culture and envision a future where inclusivity thrives. The "Inclusion Summit" she organized serves as a powerful catalyst for fostering a sense of belonging and inclusion among all employees.Her approach aligns seamlessly with Pixar's "Culture Trust Process," which involves actively involving everyone in the filmmaking process, irrespective of their role. Britta recognizes storytelling as a potent tool to impact lives and feels privileged to contribute to stories that will endure long after her involvement.Join us in this captivating podcast episode as we delve into Britta Wilson's inspiring journey and her dedication to creating a positive impact through storytelling and inclusive leadership.Dale Carnegie Thought Leadership SegmentAlso, listen to Brittany Schmid, President/CEO at Dale Carnegie of San Diego, Los Angeles, Bay Area & Sacramento, as she shares insights on the profound influence of Empathy on both people and businesses.Please Leave a Review on your favorite listening platform!Enjoying our podcast? We'd love to hear from you!Leaving a review helps us ensure we deliver content that resonates with you. Your feedback can inspire others to join our Take Command Podcast community and benefit from the leadership insights we share. We appreciate your time, and we're excited that you are part of our journey!
Cody Lowry has lived an interesting and unconventional life, constantly seeking out unique experiences. In his book, he shares stories of setting up a meeting with the President of the United States, getting a baseball signed by the Pope, carrying the Olympic torch, and receiving a Super Bowl ring from an NFL Hall of Fame coach. Despite not being an athlete, Cody also recounts his hilarious journey of leading the Marine Corps marathon. The book, titled "Schmooze," challenges the notion of disconnectedness in today's hyper-connected society. Cody redefines the word, emphasizing the importance of genuine communication, making a lasting impression, and building meaningful relationships. He believes in instilling these values in children from a young age, encouraging them to present and connect with others. Ultimately, Cody highlights the importance of reaching out to those less fortunate and making a positive difference in their lives.
Welcome to W@W for Foodies and Founders. Today, Adam Kroener, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbliss, the revolutionary cocktail-in-a-can brand with its zero-carb, zero-sugar, and low-calorie beverages, joins us as we explore the power of focus, the art of successful expansion, and the impact of strategic decision-making on economic success. In this episode, you will witness the extraordinary journey of Carbliss, a brand that proves the immense power of focus and strategic decision-making. Their commitment to providing a healthier cocktail option, supporting their partners' success, and leveraging valuable data has catapulted them to the top of the Ready-to-Drink cocktail market. As you embark on your own entrepreneurial endeavors, remember the lessons from Carbliss Drinks, and always keep the ball rolling, just like they did on their path to success. Episode Highlights: The Carbliss Journey: 0 Carbs, 0 Sugar, 100 Calories – Loaded with Flavor! Discover how Carbliss Drinks started and how its unique focus on health-conscious consumers led to its widespread popularity. Learn about the "go big or go home" strategy that entrepreneurs face and how Carbliss's targeted approach helped them stand out. Defining Success by Economic Impact: A Profitable Partnership Explore Carbliss's approach to defining success not just by sales numbers but by the economic impact they have on their partners. Understand how this focus on partner success contributes to Carbliss's rapid growth and market presence. Spotting Opportunities and Building Relationships: The Spotted Cow Example Discover how Carbliss leveraged data and hyper-focus to expand into new markets, taking inspiration from the success of the Spotted Cow in Wisconsin. Learn how strategic packaging choices have played a pivotal role in boosting Carbliss's sales and consumer appeal. The Bartender's Advantage: Selling into Bars Explore how Carbliss's founder, Adam, leveraged his bartending background to establish strong relationships with bars and create a thriving sales and sampling revenue stream. Understand the consumers' preference for buying at bars vs. retail stores and how Carbliss maximizes their presence through point-of-sale strategies. Bootstrapping and Beyond: Carbliss's Path to Success Uncover the story of Carbliss's humble beginnings and how they managed to bootstrap their way to success with limited resources. Learn about the pivotal role of Dale Carnegie's principles in fostering meaningful connections and driving Carbliss's growth. Season 3, Episode 47: Carbliss: Website Linkedin Facebook Instagram Pinterest Connect with Adam Connect with Tony About me and my mission and the podcast: Are you looking for a fun and light-hearted podcast to discover unique brands and learn about the people and strategies successful companies are implementing in the CPG and Food and Beverage Industry? The brands featured here take us into the world of innovation, sustainability, good for you, lifestyle, QSR, Foodservice, Distribution, DTC, Club, and more. I am a fun-loving business leader, podcaster, husband, dad, cyclist, and Convention of States volunteer in my spare time. My mission is to discover the people and ideas behind these different, better, and special companies. Entrepreneurs and CEOs, are you: Searching for distributor or broker partners? Actively prospecting commercial buyers to gain more points of distribution? Searching for the right person to add to the team? My Direct Response Marketing Service attracts exactly what you need to help your brand thrive and grow. Here is a NOVEL approach to ATTRACT distributors, buyers, and people (DEMO) Contact me: Tony@timpl.com Follow me on LinkedIn: Different, Better, Special Brands Join Our Community Music from Uppbeat and ZapSplat https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/get-the-funk-in License code: SF3WUKBUJQULFHXE TIKTOK | INSTAGRAM | YOUTUBE | LINKEDIN PAGE | LINKEDIN GROUP
Joe Hart began his career as an attorney. After taking a Dale Carnegie Course, he rethought his career path, leaving the practice of law and going to work for a real estate company, and then founding an e-learning company called InfoAlly. After selling that business, Joe became the president of Asset Health before becoming the President and CEO of Dale Carnegie in 2015. Founded in 1912, Dale Carnegie is a workplace training organization with operations in 75 countries and delivers solutions in 29 languages.
Leadership is Awareness. Awareness of Self, Awareness of Others, and Awareness of Business. But, do you have an awareness of your employees' needs? Do you know where they sit emotionally? This all plays in to how your company functions and the results... and PROFIT that you realize from their actions. In this episode, we dive deep in to understanding the psychological needs of your employees and how to use this awareness to maximize their experience and the performance of your company. It also helps to understand where your customers sit on this hierarchy when working with them for the same reason - getting things done that are mutually beneficial and fulfill their needs/overcome their challenges. Main Topics 01:33 Maximize your people with the Five Categories of Needs04:25 Compete on this… not salary or benefits!05:37 Bottom need #107:57 Next need #211:27 Half-way – Need #313:51 Getting to the top needs, #414:46 Use these two things in your business and see MAJOR changes from Dale Carnegie!17:58 Need #519:56 Secret need… #622:16 What level are your employees? Connect with Adam: http://www.startwithawin.comhttps://www.facebook.com/AdamContosCEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamcontos/ https://www.instagram.com/adamcontosceo/ https://www.youtube.com/@LeadershipFactoryhttp://twitter.com/AdamContosCEO Listen, rate, and subscribe! Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Will Bachman, host of the Unleashed Podcast, interviews Mahan Tavakoli. Will Bachman is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Umbrex, a global community for top-tier management consultants. During the interview, Mahan Tavakoli discusses his work with CEOs and leadership teams, providing insightful examples of his strategies for fostering team collaboration and alignment to execute organizational strategy effectively. Listeners will gain valuable insights into Mahan Tavakoli's journey as a leadership coach and consultant, from his early days as a trainer and salesperson at Dale Carnegie to his role as the chief strategy officer. Mahan also discusses a personal decision that led him to focus his initial consulting and coaching work on the Greater Washington, D.C. DMV region.Additionally, he shares tips on how leaders can become more effective storytellers and lessons he has learned from the most successful CEOs he has worked with and interviewed for his podcast. Drawing from his experiences, Mahan highlights patterns and behaviors observed among successful leaders. Whether you want to enhance your content strategy, improve your storytelling skills, or gain insights from successful CEOs, this episode is packed with valuable lessons. Discover the secrets to promoting content in a noisy world and reaching different audiences.Gain valuable knowledge from Mahan's experience as the chief strategy officer at Dale Carnegie Training.Learn effective storytelling techniques from recommended books and resources.Get tips on promoting a podcast and leveraging the platform's audience for maximum impact.Gain insights from interviews with CEOs and authors, including their unique perspectives on leadership.Connect with Will BachmanUmbrex Unleashed Podcast Will Bachman on LinkedIn ReferencedPartnering Leadership Conversation with Mark Schaefer on the Power of CommunityConnect with Mahan Tavakoli: Mahan Tavakoli Website Mahan Tavakoli on LinkedIn Partnering Leadership Website
Over the past 50 years Dr. Lynn Mickleson has collected thousands of inspirational quotes and stories from many sources. It became clear there was a real need to put them all in a book to help people in these difficult times . . .thus began the book “The Good News File – Hope For A Modern World.” Early in his life he learned the power of positive thinking from such luminaries as Norman Vincent Peale, Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill and Reverend Robert Schuller. He realized that both good and bad things happen to all of us on a regular basis. When something good happens we feel happy for a short while then our minds drift back to the more painful problems in our lives. He then realized he needed to write these good things down or he would forget them. Thus was born the concept of the Good News File. Goodnewspublisher.com
Have you ever noticed that some people are more skilled at connecting with others and convincing them of their ideas than most? The secret to their success lies in mastering fundamental skills like empathy, communication, and leadership. Let's revisit Dale Carnegie's timeless guide, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/patrick-ball/message
If you've been listening in on the last few weeks, you've heard us say time and again that the best communicators have the best practices. This week we continue with our communication series as we talk about ways in which you can improve your listening skills. Honing your listening skills will help you interpret the signs and words your patients are using so that you can share your knowledge and expertise to educate in the most suitable ways for them. By improving your communication skills you will help facilitate your clients to move along in their healing process and get better. RESOURCES MENTIONED How to Make People Like You In 90 Seconds Or Less by Nicholas Boothman (here) How to Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie (here) CONNECT WITH US Watch our Masterclass where we show you a behind-the-scenes look at our top 3 business strategies and 3 mindset musts for osteopaths to grow your practice, fuller, faster. Get on the MBO Waitlist! The MBO is an 8-week LIVE interactive online program empowering you with a solid business framework to build your practice fuller and faster with confidence. Follow us on Instagram Visit our website Did you enjoy this episode? We'd love to hear from you! Comment below, drop a view for the show and share it with friends and colleagues.
In today's episode, we explore the fourth section of Dale Carnegie's book How to win friends and influence people. Today we will discuss, 'Be a Leader: How to Change People Without Giving Offense or Arousing Resentment.' Leadership is not about commanding; it's about inspiring and guiding others. Join us as we dive into Carnegie's principles for effective leadership, delegation, and fostering a positive work environment. This is episode 26 of the 20 something podcast
Did you catch the latest episode of #SharkBiteBiz?Joe Hart of Dale Carnegie joins me to discuss "adapting to overcome challenges" on the best #smallbiz podcast on the market! Full links down below!!Thanks to SEIDOR USA for sponsoring this episode!Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gdASc_3uIZ0iTunes: https://lnkd.in/gUw8T9qgSpotify: https://lnkd.in/gtSKYMH7Amazon Music: https://lnkd.in/gyNJwd_DThank you to SEIDOR USA for sponsoring this episode!!#dalecarnegie #growth #author #personalgrowth #life #business #coaching #lifecoach #moviation --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/support
Learn how to grow personally & professionally by simply "taking command". Shark Bite Biz's David Strausser chats with co-author of "Take Command" and the CEO of the Dale Carnegie company, keeping Dale's legacy alive and well in modern times. Grab a copy of Joe Hart's book "Take Command" here: https://amzn.to/44JyE60 and learn more about Dale Carnegie & his teachings here: https://dalecarnegie.com Check out our sponsor, SAP Platinum Partner SEIDOR here: https://www.seidor.com Watch us on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/SharkBiteBiz Visit our NEW Merch store: https://store.sharkbitebiz.com Connect with David Strausser on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/DavidStrausser Join our Reddit Community: https://www.reddit.com/r/SharkBiteBiz/ Donate to our Patreon to SUPPORT this channel and get some BENEFITS and PERKS: http://patreon.com/sharkbitebiz Subscribe to the audio podcast on: http://www.SharkBiteBiz.com Find out more about the host, David Strausser: http://www.davidstrausser.com Follow David Strausser on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dstrausser83/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SharkBiteBiz Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SharkBiteBiz Follow David Strausser on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dstrausser83 Listen on Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shark-bite-biz/id1522304651 Listen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc2hhcmtiaXRlYml6LmNvbS9mZWVkLnhtbA Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1CZh0QdNr5Nn8CD8kInMAJ Listen on Listen Notes: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/shark-bite-biz-business-growth-podcast-AMt-rRP2DXl/ Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/shark-bite-biz Listen on iHeartRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-shark-bite-biz-68819872/ Produced by: Francisco Strausser: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC82qlvfm4mXg3 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/support
Welcome to episode 90 of The Hangar Z Podcast Brought to you by Vertical Valor Magazine.Join us for part two of this two-part series with Erik Sabiston. During the episode, he recounts a combat medevac mission under gunfire that results in a heavily damaged hydraulic system, Erik talks about the training they had recently done that ultimately saved the crew's life.Erik talks about a mission that put himself and his crew into IIMC conditions and how that led to his involvement with the ICARUS view-limiting training device. During the episode we talk about the transition from military to civilian life, we'll reflect on the importance of mentorship, debt management, and maintaining good relationships. We'll also reflect on the wisdom of Dale Carnegie's 'How to Win Friends and Influence People', and the value of an emergency fund to prepare you to chase your dream job. Lastly, Erik shares his experiences across marketing, the music industry, running a charity, and aviation, which has put him in a unique position to offer consulting services for vets and civilians offering advice to veterans eager to take flight in the airline industry. I would like to thank our sponsors Metro Aviation SHOTOVER and CNC Technologies as well as our supporters on Patreon.
Continúo nuestra conversación sobre el libro de Dale Carnegie, “Public Speaking for Success”. En específico, cómo partir y terminar un discurso, conectar con nuestra audiencia y mucho más.
Peter Neill & Ron Lockhart are the co-founders and partners at GSP REI, a vertically integrated real estate investment firm focusing on affordable and workforce single-family rentals and non-performing loans. In this episode, Peter and Ron share why they chose to build a $55 million portfolio of affordable housing and non-performing loans. They also share why they use a vertical integration approach to investing and how they are able to return an average of 20%–23% to investors annually. Peter Neill & Ron Lockhart | Real Estate Background Co-founders and partners at GSP REI Portfolio: $55M in AUM including real estate and notes Based in: Philadelphia, PA Say hi to him at: gsprei.com LinkedIn Best Ever Book: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie and Separation of Power by Vince Flynn Greatest Lesson: Treat people the way you want to be treated. Tenants, investors, colleagues — everyone. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: Techvestor Innago BAM Capital
As with millions of other people worldwide, the Dale Carnegie course had a profound and transformational impact on Joe Hart's personal and professional life. In this episode of the podcast, Joe joins us to discuss his journey into the Dale Carnegie organization and why he is excited to serve as the CEO at Dale Carnegie & Associates. We also discuss his new book “Take Command” as we examine how this powerful book offers essential tools and time-tested methods to help unlock one's full potential. Joe Hart is the CEO at Dale Carnegie & Associates and co-authored the well-acclaimed book: Take Command. He is the host of a top 50 leadership podcast, “Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Podcast,” and he speaks around the world on topics such as leadership, resilience, and innovation. To learn more about Joe Hart's new book “Take Command,” please visit https://www.dalecarnegie.com/en/books/take-command-book
On today's episode we will continue into part 3 of our 4 part series on Dale Carnegie's book, 'How to win Friends and influence people” Today we will dive into how to win people to your way of thinking. Effective persuasion and communication are essential skills in today's world. Join us as we dissect techniques for handling disagreements, showing respect for others' opinions, and inspiring cooperation. Get ready to sharpen your persuasive abilities and foster positive connections."
Greg Miller: Five Qualities of Great Product Owners Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Five Qualities of Great Product Owners In this segment, Greg highlights a specific example of a remarkable Product Owner who would physically visit the team's building two days a week and sit closely with them, establishing accessibility and close collaboration. What made her stand out was her deep knowledge of the product, as she had been a previous customer and actively used the product being developed. Furthermore, the great product owner was unafraid to provide valuable insights and articulate why users needed certain features, even if they hadn't explicitly requested them. She actively participated in every sprint review, where the team would allow her to test the product live and provide immediate feedback. Greg recalls this Product Owner as an integral part of the team, both professionally and personally, emphasizing her pleasant demeanor and strong team integration. Overall, this segment showcases the qualities of a great product owner: accessibility, deep product knowledge, proactive involvement in sprint reviews, and a strong sense of collaboration and team integration. Such attributes contribute to effective communication, understanding user needs, and ultimately delivering a successful product. The Bad Product Owner: Building Bridges with Product Owners, to Help Scrum Teams, and PO's Succeed In this segment, Greg highlights an example of a Product Owner anti-pattern, where a project manager with limited training and a negative attitude was assigned as the Product Owner for the Scrum team. This led to issues such as micromanagement and team dissatisfaction. Greg emphasizes the importance of building a personal relationship with the product owner and understanding their underlying fears and motivations. He also recommends the book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie as a resource for effective communication and relationship-building. This episode sheds light on the challenges of product ownership and provides valuable tips for fostering a positive and collaborative environment. [IMAGE HERE] Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Gregory (Greg) Miller Greg is an Agilist and Coach who has been working in Agile software development for more than 10 years. He hosts The Agile Within podcast with Mark Metze (a previous guest), which promotes agile behaviors and mindset. He lives in Ohio with his wife and four children, two of which are twins. You can link with Gregory (Greg) Miller on LinkedIn and connect with Gregory (Greg) Miller on Twitter.
The Cheese shall set you free. It is Wednesday my dudes, you know what that means? Hump DDDDAAYYY, and more importantly the next episode of your favorite podcast. This week we come in hot(cross buns) with a dairy free way to enjoy your day. Dale Carnegie would be proud of this one, we hope. We play a surprise round of hypothetical trivia and discuss which animal we could all take on with our bare hands, and survive, maybe. All this and a little bit more is packed into this tiny 47 minute episode, we hope you can listen fast. Thank you for listening and don't forget to put on your helmet when white water rafting. Got questions? Email: email@example.com IG: @hotcrossbunspod
For this week on the Crossing Borders podcast, we're revisiting one of our greatest hits episodes featuring Luis Rubén Chávez, founder and CEO of Parco.As an intern at a law firm, Juan hated parking in cash-only parking lots. After having to go to the ATM or getting countless parking tickets, he thought there had to be a better way. In 2016, Parco was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and has since expanded into 28 cities across the country. Parco allows parking lot operators to install a software system to their existing parking systems for consumers to pay using a credit card via the Parco app. Users can also pay for parking tickets and get information about their driving history. In this episode, we discuss how Parco is changing how the parking business operates and improving people's lives across Latin America. We talk about his journey from working at a law firm to becoming a full-time tech entrepreneur and how the pandemic accelerated the company's growth. From law firm employee to full-time entrepreneurJuan knew nothing about the tech business world when he started Parco, but he did know a problem when he saw one. Juan drove a car to run errands for his job at a law firm in Guadalajara, and parking was a nightmare because parking lots only accepted cash. After a few costly parking tickets, Juan pitched the Parco idea to his boss, who thought it was a great idea and said he was willing to invest. In this episode of Crossing Borders, Juan talks us through his experience creating a company with zero experience to building a startup that plans to scale to multiple Latin American countries.Creating an easy and transparent way for people to pay for parking in Latin America Before Parco, parking meant long lines, carrying cash, or walking to an ATM to take out cash if you didn't have any with you. Today, Parco allows people to pay for their parking via an app, which is 10x better than waiting in line or running back into a mall to search for an ATM.Parco also generates user demographics and data for operators to understand how users behave and how often they park while providing transparency and safety.Check out this episode of Crossing Borders to learn more about how Parco provides more revenue to parking operators and why they chose to be a software vendor instead of hardware.Scaling Parco in Mexico during the pandemicThe pandemic was a before and after for Parco. Before the pandemic, Parco had only launched in 8 cities. Since then, the Parco team launched 20 more cities remotely.The pandemic not only accelerated the parking industry's digitization but also changed the way Parco interacts with customers. The app quickly transitioned from an added value to a necessity. In this episode, Juan shares with us how the pandemic became a milestone for Parco because of how they learned to scale and expand. Outline of this episode:[01:20] - What problem does Parco solve?[05:08] - Juan's background[07:15] - Creating a company with zero experience[09:45] - Parco's geographic expansion[12:07] - Covid-19's effect on Parco[15:26] - Choosing to be a software vendor[16:48] - Planning for a LatAm expansion[18:23] - Parco as an operating system[20:30] - Data analytics for operators[23:48] - Advice for a younger Juan[24:55] - Book recommendations[26:25] - Parco's plans for the futureResources & People mentioned:Juan José LeanoNathan LustigParcoBooksThe Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric JorgensonHow to make friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie
Gregory Miller: The Importance of Relationship Building in Agile, And How To Prepare For A New Team Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Greg shares a story during a time of large company changes. He was assigned to a team that had previously struggled with a problematic Scrum Master. Greg had a conversation with the team's manager to understand their expectations. However, he failed to address the manager's assumption that the Scrum Master should perform the team's work. As a result, the team remained confused about the role of the Scrum Master, and they constantly questioned Greg's activities. The failure, in Greg's perspective, was his inability to establish a stronger relationship with the manager and gain a deeper understanding of their expectations. Greg emphasizes the importance of building relationships with the teams one works with, even if it means setting aside the framework of Scrum temporarily. In this episode, we recommend the book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie as a valuable resource for improving interpersonal skills. Greg also shares a couple of tips based on his experience. Firstly, he suggests sitting next to the team from day one to foster a sense of belonging. Additionally, spending quality time with the team can help in developing a better understanding of their dynamics and needs. Greg emphasizes that effective work happens through people and building relationships is crucial for success. Greg's failure to build a better relationship with the manager resulted in confusion within the team and a lack of clarity about the Scrum Master's responsibilities. [IMAGE HERE] Recovering from failure, or difficult moments is a critical skill for Scrum Masters. Not only because of us, but also because the teams, and stakeholders we work with will also face these moments! We need inspiring stories to help them, and ourselves! The Bungsu Story, is an inspiring story by Marcus Hammarberg which shows how a Coach can help organizations recover even from the most disastrous situations! Learn how Marcus helped The Bungsu, a hospital in Indonesia, recover from near-bankruptcy, twice! Using Lean and Agile methods to rebuild an organization and a team! An inspiring story you need to know about! Buy the book on Amazon: The Bungsu Story - How Lean and Kanban Saved a Small Hospital in Indonesia. Twice. and Can Help You Reshape Work in Your Company. About Gregory (Greg) Miller Greg is an Agilist and Coach who has been working in Agile software development for more than 10 years. He hosts The Agile Within podcast with Mark Metze (a previous guest), which promotes agile behaviors and mindset. He lives in Ohio with his wife and four children, two of which are twins. You can link with Gregory (Greg) Miller on LinkedIn and connect with Gregory (Greg) Miller on Twitter.
Take Command Joe Hart, Dale Carnegie – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 936 Joe Hart Joe Hart has a unique understanding and perspective on today's workplace, leveraging Dale Carnegie's primary research as well as connections with clients and executives. Joe explores how leaders can inspire trust, create an environment of psychological safety, drive employee engagement, and instill a culture of creativity and resilience toward change. Joe also hosts, “Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Leadership Podcast” which ranks globally in business/management. In 2015, Joe Hart become the President and CEO of Dale Carnegie. Dale Carnegie is a global training and development company with operations in over 75 countries and a worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training and employee engagement. Participants can build skills through in-person, live online, and hybrid programs. As with millions of other people, the Dale Carnegie Course has had a profound and transformational impact on Joe's life. He is excited to serve as the leader of this tremendous organization, to work with a talented team, and to help individuals and businesses unlock their great potential to perform at their very best. Since he stepped into his role as CEO, Joe has been awarded Transformative CEO Leadership Award in the category of People by The CEO Forum Group in 2019. Joe began hosting Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Podcast in January 2020. It became a Top 50 Leadership Podcast in April 2021. During the Covid-19 crisis, Joe stepped in, embraced digital transformation, and lead through change to transform Dale Carnegie's core business worldwide into a live online instructor-led training business. This included featuring a new enhanced learning platform, Dale Carnegie eVolve, in January 2021. Listen to this informative Sharkpreneur episode with Joe Hart about taking command in your life and business. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How the anyone can take the Dale Carnegie Course. - Why Dale Carnegie courses have gone from being in person to mostly online. - How being agile allows you to run a more effective company. - Why writing a book is a great way to connect with your audience. - How you need to have a vision for yourself and understand your values to be successful. Connect with Joe: Guest Contact Info Twitter @DaleCarnegie Instagram @dalecarnegietraining Facebook Fackbook.com/DaleCarnegieTraining LinkedIn linkedin.com/school/dale-carnegie-training Links Mentioned: dalecarnegie.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to part 2 of our 4 part series on Dale Carnegie's book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People". On this weeks episode, we will dive into the second section of the book, ' The Six Ways to Make People Like You.' Likability plays a significant role in building strong relationships and opening doors to opportunities. Join us as we unpack the six powerful strategies Carnegie outlines for creating genuine connections and leaving a positive impression. Get ready to discover practical tips on how to become more likable and forge lasting relationships." This is Episode 24 of The 20 Something Podcast.
In this Freight Broker Boot Camp episode, I am going to share with you 10 books that could literally help you get 6 to 7 figures right in your hip national bank IF implemented properly. These books are not just for freight brokers or freight agents but they discuss and cover important topics including freight broker sales, freight broker marketing, how to get shippers and so much more. So sit back, jot down some notes, and enjoy! Timestamps: [00:12] Knowledge is potential power! [01:01] #1 - "Raving Fans" by Ken Blanchard [01:54] #2 - "How to get a meeting with anyone" by Stu Heinecke [03:01] #3 - "Success through a positive mental attitude" by W. Clement Stone [04:03] #4 - "Profit First" by Mike Michalowicz [05:12] #5 - "The One Minute Manager" by Ken Blanchard [06:08] #6 - "Neuromarketing" by Patrick Renvoise & Christoph Morin [07:01] #7 - "The Sales Bible" by Jeffrey Gitomer [07:44] #8 - "Scaling Up" by Verne Harnish [08:22] #9 - "How to win friends and influence people" by Dale Carnegie [09:02] #10 - "Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook" by Gary Vaynerchuck [10:40] Get Your Freight Broker Training NOW! - www.FreightBrokerBootCamp.com [11:16] Freight Broker Sales Accelerator - www.FreightBrokerBootCamp.com/Waitlist [12:15] Subscribe, Rate & Review! ---------------------------------- If you enjoyed this episode, please RATE / REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an episode. Connect w/ Dennis & Learn More! Connect with me on LinkedIn Learn to Become A Freight Broker/Agent in 30 Days or Less! Watch Freight Broker Training Videos FREE Recently Ranked "Top 30 Freight Podcast"