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Any process in an organism in which a relatively long-lasting adaptive behavioral change occurs as the result of experience

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Peak Performance Selling
YIN-YANG: The Counterintuitive Nature Of The Inner Game - Jeffrey Lipsius, Part 2

Peak Performance Selling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 10:54


SOMETIMES, EVERYTHING IS OUT OF CONTROL. RELAX, IT'S NATURAL.Jeffrey is back in this 2nd installment of his series with Jordan and together they will discuss the counterintuitive nature of the inner game, how it actually works, and how you can take control when everything is out of your control. Jeffrey relates this in sales where sellers don't really have control, the customers do, so tune in and learn from Jeffrey where can sellers take control in this latest episode of Peak Performance Selling. PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:JEFFREY: Customer decisions are uncontrollable“Productivity numbers are really measuring the customer's buying performance, not the salesperson's selling performance. Salespeople can't control the customers thinking and the customers' decision process, they don't even know what's going on between their customers' ears, you know the gears are turning in that customer decision process.”JEFFREY: Be a learner, not a teacher“What can the salesperson control? Well, the salesperson can control what they learn from the interaction, and getting back to watching the seams of the ball, getting back to the salesperson's level of customer awareness, what's the value of gaining customer awareness? It's learning. So if the salesperson assumes the role of the learner rather than the teacher, they can't lose. Because you can always learn from every situation.” You can connect with Jeffrey and check out his work in the links below:Jeffrey Lipsius | The Inner Game Corporation | Selling To The Point Don't miss Part 1 of this amazing series and watch out for the next ones!THE GAME INSIDER: The Basics Of The Inner Game - Jeffrey Lipsius Part 1https://peak-performance-selling.simplecast.com/episodes/the-game-insider-the-basics-of-the-inner-game-jeffrey-lipsius-part-1 If you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.Jordan Benjamin | MyCoreOs.com | Podcast | Email  | Twitter

Family Success Secrets
Worried You Aren't Cut Out To Homeschool Your Outside-the-Box Learner or Gifted Student? Is The Anxiety And Confusion Too Much? Beth Ellen Nash Shares 4 Secrets To Holistic Homeschooling To Gain Peace And Progress Part 2

Family Success Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 20:50


Hey Friend!Let's wrap up our amazing convo with Beth Ellen Nash, as she brings us educational and parenting tips to support us on our homeschooling journey.Beth Ellen has worked with thousands of students worldwide, over more than a decade. She knows there are some common mistakes parents make, that when little shifts are made, it can feel like a whole new world of goodness just opened up.Today we are wrapping up our conversation about the top 4 mistakes homeschooling parents make, so you can get straight into the PEACE and PROGRESS you are searching for in your home and homeschool!Grab your notebook and warm cup of goodness, and lets get started!XOKatiePS If you'd like support overcoming your biggest homeschool challenge, or simply want to get started, book a session HERE: Generationally Minded, LLC., CoachingWe will meet for a 1:1 Successful Homeschool Strategy Session, where we will create a path to a less stressful and more JOYFUL homeschool where your family can THRIVE!To learn more about these sessions hop over to this webpage:herhomeandheart.net/coaching To Connect with Wings to Soar Online Academy: Wings to Soar Online Academy | Online Homeschool PPS COME JOIN our amazing tribe on Facebook!Holistic Living, Home Management, and Homeschooling for Christian... 

Family Success Secrets
Worried You Aren't Cut Out To Homeschool Your Outside-the-Box Learner or Gifted Student? Is The Anxiety And Confusion Too Much? Beth Ellen Nash Shares 4 Secrets To Homeschooling Holistically To Gain Peace And Progress Part 1

Family Success Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 21:11


Hey Friend!Homeschooling can seem like a rollercoaster ride, if you don't know the success tips to create peace and progress. Whether you have a gifted learner or an outside the box learner, the struggle is real.Have you wondered if there are some common mistakes, that if you JUST knew about them, you'd avoid a lot of misery?That emotional rollercoaster of a homeschool out of balance can look like ELATION over successes, FEAR of failure, DESIRE and EXCITEMENT over the close relationships being built, the THRILL of travel and schooling in the real world, AGONY when our child is struggling and we don't know what to do yet... and SO much more.Today we are bringing to you the top 4 mistakes homeschooling parents make, so you can get straight to the PEACE and PROGRESS you are searching for!It brings a smile to my face to know you will achieve big wins, faster!Grab your notebook and warm cup of yumminess, and lets get started!XOKatiePS If you'd like support overcoming your biggest homeschool challenge, or simply want to get started, book HERE: Generationally Minded, LLC., CoachingWe will meet for a Successful Homeschool Strategy Session, where we will create a path to a less stressful and more JOYFUL homeschool where your family can THRIVE!To learn more about these sessions hop over to this webpage:herhomeandheart.net/coaching To Connect with Wings to Soar Online Academy: Wings to Soar Online Academy | Online Homeschool PPS COME JOIN our amazing tribe on Facebook! Holistic Living, Home Management, and Homeschooling for Christian... 

Learn Smarter
236: How to Get your Learner to Read Outside of School (Reading Series)

Learn Smarter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 11:06


In this episode, Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET, discuss the whys and hows of how to get learners interested in stories. They discuss why reading is important, why flexibility around what reading can look like is critical and how to get buy-in from the readers in your home.  Links mentioned in this episode: https://bookwizard.scholastic.com/  Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/learnsmarterpodcast How to connect with us: Join our FB Group Join our e-mail list Rachel's Kapp Educational Therapy Group website Steph's My Ed Therapist website  @learnsmarterpodcast, @kappedtherapy, @myedtherapist Other episodes mentioned: Ep 119: Books for Reluctant Readers with Dustin Brady (Author Series) Ep 146:  How Graphic Novels Improve Reading with Author Raina Telgemeier (Author Series)

Leader of Learning
Leading for a Supportive Culture with Mike Earnshaw

Leader of Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 18:59


In episode 146 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Mike Earnshaw (@MikeREarnshaw), a principal, former classroom teacher, co-host of the Punk Rock Classrooms Podcast, and author of “The EduCulture Cookbook: Recipes & Dishes to Positively Transform School & Classroom Culture.” In the episode, Mike discusses how leaders can contribute to their organization's supportive culture and effective ways to support and inspire teachers and colleagues.Full show notes and more information about this episode can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com/episode146.Enroll in my free course “How to Build Trust as a Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/freecourseDownload your copy of my FREE guide, “How to Build Trust as an Instructional Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/guide!Sign up for my email newsletter at https://leaderoflearning.com/newsTo watch highlights of this episode and many of the recent podcast interviews, SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE at https://leaderoflearning/youtubeSUPPORT THE SHOW!!!Donate to the Show - https://leaderoflearning.com/donateWays to Support - https://leaderoflearning.com/supportMy Gear - https://www.amazon.com/shop/dkreinessConsider Becoming an Official Sponsor - https://leaderoflearning.com/press-kitTo leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leader-of-learning/id1243021772Android user? Leave a rating and review on Podchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/leader-of-learning-532116To follow Leader Of Learning on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dr_kreinessInstagram - https://instagram.com/dr_kreinessTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@dr_kreinessLinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/dankreinessFacebook - https://facebook.com/leaderoflearningThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit https://edupodcastnetwork.comThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Code Breaker Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit http://www.codebreakeredu.com/services/podcastsMusic credits: https://www.purple-planet.com

The Fearless Networker Show
E206: Are you a Learner or Implementer in Business?

The Fearless Networker Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 9:44


In today's Podcast episode, Todd Falcone asks you… Be honest, are you a learner or implementer? Regardless of the answer, learn how to apply knowledge to expand your organization.

Scott H Young Podcast
(Ep 230) - Rapid Learner Lesson 4: Why you need a learning sytem

Scott H Young Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 4:18


(Ep 230) - Rapid Learner Lesson 4: Why you need a learning sytem by Scott H Young

Deep and Durable Learning
Learner's Mind: The Whole Enchilada

Deep and Durable Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 26:07


Patterns don't simply emerge on their own. They are the fruit of “creative scrabbling” through Subsidiary-Focal Integration (SFI). This episode will operationalize SFI.

16:1
A Love Letter to Teaching

16:1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 10:06


16:1 normally breaks for the holidays, but this year we're doing something a bit different. Check out this audio essay from our co-host, Katie Day. It's a heartfelt love letter to the teaching profession.

Scott H Young Podcast
(EP 229) - Rapid Learner Lesson 3: How to approach any exam with confidence

Scott H Young Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 4:23


(EP 229) - Rapid Learner Lesson 3: How to approach any exam with confidence by Scott H Young

Leading is Serving
Jordan Asbury | Dealing with Hurt, Being a Learner, & the Value of Mentors | 100X Leader | e53

Leading is Serving

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 49:37


We catch up this episode with Jordan Asbury of Mia's Home Security. Jordan started up his business right before the pandemic and after shifting the focus of his business, he ended up doubling revenues during the shut down. Chris and Jason talk about what being a 100X Leader looks like in terms of being 100% healthy and multiplying your health into others.You can connect with Jordan at 317-658-7230, miassecurity.com, or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/Miashomesecurit.Learn your Leadership Voice here: Take the 5 Voices Assessment for free and connect with coaching through exANIMO Solutions.Leading is Serving podcast is hosted by: Chris Wood (Stillwater Renovations) & Jason Kempf (exANIMO Solutions)If you have any questions, suggested topics, potential interviews, or just want to know more, contact us at on our website!Music is Disarray by Bobo Renthlei on SoundstripeRecorded at The Uncommons Studios

Scott H Young Podcast
(Ep 228) - Rapid Learner Lesson 2: Which matters more method or motivation

Scott H Young Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 4:41


(Ep 228) - Rapid Learner Lesson 2: Which matters more method or motivation by Scott H Young

Leader of Learning
Understanding the Science of Hope with Cathleen Beachboard

Leader of Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 22:57


In episode 145 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Cathleen Beachboard (@Cathleenbeachbrd), a teacher, researcher, and author who writes content for Edutopia and the book, “The School of Hope: The Journey From Trauma and Anxiety to Achievement, Happiness, and Resilience,” and has been featured by TED-Ed. In the episode, Cathleen discusses how schools can use the science of hope to increase teacher retention and build student resiliency, achievement, and happiness.Full show notes and more information about this episode can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com/episode145.Enroll in my free course “How to Build Trust as a Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/freecourseDownload your copy of my FREE guide, “How to Build Trust as an Instructional Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/guide!Sign up for my email newsletter at https://leaderoflearning.com/newsTo watch highlights of this episode and many of the recent podcast interviews, SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE at https://leaderoflearning/youtubeSUPPORT THE SHOW!!!Donate to the Show - https://leaderoflearning.com/donateWays to Support - https://leaderoflearning.com/supportMy Gear - https://www.amazon.com/shop/dkreinessConsider Becoming an Official Sponsor - https://leaderoflearning.com/press-kitTo leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leader-of-learning/id1243021772Android user? Leave a rating and review on Podchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/leader-of-learning-532116To follow Leader Of Learning on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dr_kreinessInstagram - https://instagram.com/dr_kreinessTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@dr_kreinessLinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/dankreinessFacebook - https://facebook.com/leaderoflearningThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit https://edupodcastnetwork.comThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Code Breaker Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit http://www.codebreakeredu.com/services/podcastsMusic credits: https://www.purple-planet.com

Scott H Young Podcast
(EP 227) - Rapid Learner Lesson 1: You've never been taught how to learn

Scott H Young Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 3:57


(EP 227) - Rapid Learner Lesson 1: You've never been taught how to learn by Scott H Young

The Edtech Podcast
#253 - (LIVE) Supporting hidden learner communities through human-centred design

The Edtech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 49:36


What's in this episode? Hello beautiful listeners!  In this episode, we chat to: A business on a mission to provide better opportunities to apprentices through technology and coaching, with Chichi Eruchalu, Head of Leadership Development, Multiverse A business that maps talented gamer skills traits to learner and employment pathways with David Barrie, Founder, Game Academy An online community working connecting 11 million unpaid carers to peer-to-peer learning with James Townsend, Founder, Mobilise This episode is part of our VocTech Podcast series produced in collaboration with Ufi VocTech Trust, as part of the annual #WeekOfVocTech.  Check out the full episode show notes and references here: https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast. Tell us your story Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via Twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts.

Your Intended Message
Shift your mindset from judger to learner: Marilee Adams

Your Intended Message

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 32:03


Are you asking questions to build or to tear down? What is the difference between a learner and a judger mindset? Episode 121 ( Marilee is based in New Jersey) In this conversation we explore: The polar opposites of learner versus judger mindsets How to recognize your current mindset How to shift your mindset with the choice map How to be a stronger leader by asking stronger questions How to ask better questions of yourself Why decisions can be more productive when you are in learner mode About Marilee Adams Written 4 books, in August released two new books: (1) 4th edition of Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching, and Results—a business and leadership fable. (2) Change Your Questions Change Your Life Workbook: Master Your Mindset with Question Thinking. Note that the fable book has sold over 400,000 copies in 22 languages, mostly by word of mouth. Marilee is the Founder and CEO of the Inquiry Institute, a consulting, coaching and educational organization that works internationally with organizations and government agencies large and small. Marilee is a Senior Brown Belt in Karate, though that was 20 years ago; these days it's mostly yoga for her! ----- Download your free copy of the Choice Map here and start making more productive choices about your mindset www.InquiryInstitute.com   Excerpts from this conversation with Marilee Adams I think the most powerful leaders are the ones who can ask the most powerful questions and who encourage people around them to do the same thing. ----- 04:59 And you you raise the the learner mindset versus the judging mindset. And that's something that you talk in your book about. Please tell us, what's the difference? What's the distinction? And why is it important?   05:13 Okay, I'm gonna describe each and I'm also going to show you a model that makes it easier to do that. So first of all, let's assume that all of us, every human being has two mindsets. One I call judger. And the other I call learner, it's important to remember we all have both, both are normal. And we will always have them, because we are not only neurologically hardwired for them, but we're also socially ingrained in them. So when I talk about being in judger, mindset, that means that I'm being more close minded more, putting myself or others down, being more judgmental, because judging means judgement fall. And it can lead to a lot of self doubt, and also interacting with other people in ways that are not respectful and may actually be dismissive. So, but that's part of all of us. And even if we don't like that part, that doesn't mean it's not there. And it's really useful to say, oh, yeah, that's me to accept all the parts of me. And if we can speak that we would be speaking from learner mindset, which we all have. And when we're in learner mindset, we're more open minded, more accepting, more able to look from other people's point of view, and be dedicated to what can I create and learn in this situation with this person? So we all have both mindsets all the time. What makes the powerful is that when we can observe the mindset we're in, and then ask ourselves, will this mindset let's say, it's judger? Well, this mindset helped me get to where I want to go in this situation. Most of the time, the answer's no. But unless we can observe our mindsets, we might not even notice that. So it's important to note that I'm just going to, I'm going to show this and I'm going to make a comment about it to your listeners and your viewers. So this right, here it is, I get this confused. But this is called the choice map. And we all have both mindsets, the judger mindset, and the learner mindset. And at any moment, we're in one or the other. And if we're in if we notice, we're in judger, we can start to use the switching lane. So it becomes a very practical how to. So I know that this podcast is mostly auditory, which means people are not seeing it. But I do want to say that if you're interested in the choice map, go to my website, which is www inquiry institute.com. So you can go to my website, you can get the choice map for free. So there's a protocol for how to do it, you take a short quiz, which is also gives you some useful information. But then you can have the choice map and use it. And it's the core of not only change your questions, change your life, but all the other books that I've written and the work that I do that George, you mentioned a bit in the beginning. So does that answer your question? -----   25:25 Do you discourage people from being the judge?   25:33 I would change that question a little bit. So, when they learn about the model of learner judger, and they start to see what the costs have been in their lives, and in particular situations of being in judger, rather than learner, then I don't need to convince them of anything, they start to go, oh, this problem occurred because I was in judger. And I was just obstinate, maybe there's a different way to go about it. And truthfully, judger is, is human beings, it's always our default position. It's where we go. It's when we go reactive, it's it's fear based. And it's very useful to accept that part of us. Because it is part of us, and then to see what there is to learn from it. It's also important, George not to go judge her on other people when they are in judgement. Because then you end up with, like judges squared. Moving to a position where you can actually listen to each other, relate to each other, and maybe come up with some shared solutions together. ----- ----more---- Your Intended Message is the podcast about how you can boost your career and business success by improving your communication skills. We'll examine the aspects of how we communicate one-to-one, one to few and one to many – plus that important conversation, one to self. In these interviews we will explore presentation skills, public speaking, conversation, persuasion, negotiation, sales conversations, marketing, team meetings, social media, branding, self talk and more.   Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in executive communication skills. That includes conversation and presentation. He's fascinated by way we communicate and influence behaviors. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success.   Connect with George www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/   For weekly tips to improve your presentations visit https://toroktips.com/    

The Proteus Leader Show
#68: Why Being a Great Learner Is Key to Your Success

The Proteus Leader Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 16:03


Join Erika and Amy Hayes as they share insights into why being a great learner is key to your success.

LiberatED Podcast
Acton Academy & Learner-Driven Education: Tobin Slaven on launching Acton Academy Fort Lauderdale

LiberatED Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 40:50


Acton Academy was one of the very first national microschool networks to get started back in 2010, before microschools, or small, mixed-age, personalized learning environments, became one of the fastest-growing and most popular educational trends of the 21st century. Founded in Austin, Texas by Laura and Jeff Sandefer, Acton Academy now has about 280 independently run but Acton-affiliated schools in more than 30 states and 25 countries.  Its growth and impact is continuing and accelerating, as Acton gains notoriety among parents, learners, and entrepreneurial educators. One of the latest Acton microschools to open is Acton Academy Fort Lauderdale, that was launched recently by our guest today, Tobin Slaven, along with his wife Martina. Rising Demand for Learner-Driven Education Spurs Acton Academy Growth (Forbes.com) Sign up for Kerry's free, weekly email newsletter on education trends at fee.org/liberated.

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Unstuck | Mindset Coaching For Women
Are You A Procrasti-Learner? + How To Kick The Habit — Ep. 176

Unstuck | Mindset Coaching For Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 34:18


Let me clear the air from the start, I love learning and continued education. The conversation we're going to have today is not about dismissing any of that. It's about using this need to “learn more first” as a way to not take action towards your goals and desires while still feeling productive, allowing you to procrastinate on your dream business a little while longer and stay in that cozy comfort-zone of yours. Procrasti-learning is running rampant in the wellness space, and, in this episode, we're going to talk about how you can move from learning to doing and make the business you REALLY want a reality. We're gonna talk about how to do just that, so stay tuned! “The key sign that you are procrasti-learning is that you are using learning as a substitute for taking action.” - Shawn Mynar “There is always something new to learn but you learn something and then immediately apply it to your business or with your clients, that is what we're looking for, learning and taking action.” - Shawn Mynar “The reason that you are procrastinating and the reason that you're using learning to procrastinate is based on a story you're telling yourself… so the goal is to quiet that chatter so that you can move forward.” - Shawn Mynar “Chunk those big action steps you saw yourself taking when you weren't afraid, chunk them up into doable baby steps that you know you can take and still feel good.” - Shawn Mynar “We're focusing on those little steps, that one next step and then create a timeline to help you get through those.” - Shawn Mynar FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPT BELOW: 0:00 Let me clear the air right from the start. I love learning and continued education. This conversation we're about to have today is not dismissing any of that. Instead, it's about using this need to learn more as a way to not take action towards your goals and desires, while still giving yourself that sense that you're doing something that you're being productive, which of course, allows you to procrastinate, procrastinate, learning is running rampant in the wellness and coaching space. And so in this episode, we're gonna talk about how you can move from learning to doing and make the business you really want a reality. Let's dive in. Hey, there, I'm Shawn Mynar, and this is unstuck entrepreneur. I'm a former nutritionist who turned a struggling stressful nutrition practice into a thriving, Freedom filled online business way work from home in my sweatpants while reaching and helping 1000s of people all at the same time. Now I'm obsessed with showing other heart centered coaches, practitioners and solopreneurs how to build a business and life they love. Consider this podcast your safe space to learn both the inner work and practical strategies required to build the impactful profitable business of your dreams, no hustle, grind, or long hours required. That's right hustle culture. not welcome here. Let's get into today's session. Hey, Hey there friends. Welcome back to the unstuck entrepreneur Podcast. I'm Shawn, your host on each and every episode. Thanks so much for being here. Appreciate you all so very much. Today, we're talking about procrastinate learning, which I cannot take credit for. I wish I made up this word because it's a great word. But this came from Denise Duffield Thomas and her book chill printer, which I believe has been retitled to chill and prosper. Either way, great book, I definitely recommend it, I think you will enjoy it. And she was the one that kind of came up with this word procrastinate learner. And I thought that it was perfect. And I know so many procrastinate learners, and I myself, at some point have been a procrastinator as well. So we're going to talk specifically about that type of procrastination today. And I got to start by making it very, very clear that I am all for continued education, and learning. I myself, love learning, I'm constantly learning, I'm constantly in some sort, of course, or something, I got something going on. And I've said from like a very young age that I wish there was a career option, where you could just get paid to be a forever student, and go to school until you retire. Like if you could just be a constant learner. That would be for me, I would want that career, which I kind of in some way have made for myself in my business, which is great. So yes, I'm a huge nerd. And I love learning. And I actually am about to embark on a new giant learning opportunity here in a few weeks, which I'll share more about in coming episodes. So I am one of you. If you are someone who likes to learn, we are all in this together. So this is not remotely a dig on learning or continuing your education or becoming more and more and more certified in your area of expertise. That's not this. Instead, what we're talking about today, is using that quote unquote need to learn as a substitute for taking action as essentially an excuse, if I may use that word, to not take action, to not put yourself out there to not do what you need to do to build this business that you want to build. That is what really puts you in the category of being a procrastinator learner, using learning to procrastinate. 4:20 We talk about procrastination on this show often because it is one of those main tricks that our egos play on us to keep us from building and growing the business that you want. And so I know if you feel like you are a procrastinator, which if you're listening to this episode you might be then go back to Episode 159 And listen to that one too. It's called turn procrastination into inspired action that kind of goes along with this episode today. So they go hand in hand, but procrastination comes in many forms. So in some people, it can look like busyness kind of like doing all this kind of behind the scenes, busy work, whether it be in like working on your business, or just doing life, stuff that makes it feel or seem like you're busy. Instead of doing the things that actually move the needle. It can be like tinkering on your business with stuff like your website, and creating business cards and all these things that yet need to be done at some point. But are they really moving the needle? Or is that a way of procrastination, or you're doing stuff like creating a bazillion freebies that you never actually talked about are put out into the world, you scroll social media, instead of actually posting on social media, you stare at a blinking cursor to write a blog that never actually comes to be because all you see is that blinking cursor. These are all forms of procrastination. But today, we're going to zoom in even further and talk about one very specific way that we procrastinate, which really is just our egos way of trying to keep you safe and in your comfort zone. And that is by making it feel like we absolutely need to learn more before you take action. So you might be thinking, Shawn, do we really need an entire podcast episode about this? And my responses? Yes, we do. Because friends, this procrastinate learning situation is running rampant, especially in the space where most of you are finding yourself at right now. And that is that you are becoming or have become a coach or practitioner by way of getting training in the area that you want to work in. And yes, that is necessary learning. And it is understandable that you wouldn't be like seeing clients before you've completed your training or anything like that. That is not what I would consider procrastinate learning if you are working to become certified, or get your credentials or anything like that. So this is also not what this conversation is about. I'm all for getting the training you need to do what you do. But then here you are with this training under your belt, you're ready to do your thing, you're ready to help people and you start taking a few clients and getting things going. And all this time you have your ego who is in your head, this little chatterbox in your head saying things like you don't know enough to help these people. What if you get a client and you can't help them. Really, if you just had one more certification, then you'd feel legit. The only reason you're not feeling confident is because you need more training. And then once you have all this training, then you'll be ready to show up on social media and start that podcast and create your own program and do all these things. All you need is more education, more learning, and then you'll feel XYZ. So you're having this internal battle with your ego voice, as we always do all day long. But then on top of that, you're now in this place where you're also becoming a business owner. And that requires a whole world of new things to learn. And way more opportunity, of course, for your ego to chime in. And now on top of everything. It's already been saying, you also have this mental chatter that saying what if your business fails, you're not smart enough to be an entrepreneur or to run a business? What if you set your business up wrong, and then you pay your taxes wrong, and then the IRS comes after you and you end up in jail? Or you don't know enough yet to have a podcast? No one would listen to you? Or what's the point of creating content right now, 9:07 you don't know what you're talking about. So then we have these kinds of voices, which very much sound like impostor syndrome, which we talk about a lot here on the show as well. And so for most of you listening, you do have a lot of these voices going on right now, especially in this period of becoming a coach becoming a practitioner, and also becoming a business owner. And when you're in this season of becoming, whether it's one or the other or both, then what comes with that usually fear, of course, something you've never done before you're entering new territory, and anytime that is the case for any of us as humans. We have this sense of fear we have a fear of failure a fear of success. Fear of visibility, fear of being a fraud, fear of being a disappointment, fear of being judged, fear of overwhelming yourself, fear of getting and being uncomfortable. Of course, your ego then senses this fear, and goes into overdrive to keep you from ever having to experience any of those things. Remember your ego as much as sometimes it gets us into a place where we don't want to be, the whole goal is to keep you safe. The whole goal of that mental chatter, have that voice in your head that's really keeping you from doing what you actually want to be doing. In a lot of cases, it's all in an effort to keep you safe. And when you feel these experiences of fear, that is, when the ego triggers and gets into this place of, nope, let's just do something else. So that we don't have to experience that whether it's actually going to happen or not, let's just stay where it's safe and not go there. So logic comes to the rescue and says, hey, well, then if you just learn more about x, y, z, then you'll be able to avoid those fears. And you easily go along with that plan. Because, you know, even if you hated school, and you don't really like to learn that much, it still feels productive. So it feels like a good use of your time. And not like what it actually is, which is procrastination. So it's a lot easier to accept this idea of procrastinate learning for a lot of people, because on the surface, it looks like an X like and feels like being productive, and working towards your dreams, and goals and plans. But in reality, it's actually hindering you from getting there, because you're doing that instead of that action that moves the needle. And that's really where the difference comes in. The key sign that you are procrastinate learning is that you are using learning as a substitute for taking action. So you're reading books, you're signing up for courses, you're taking classes, you're getting additional certifications, all that learning stuff. Instead of things like launching your paid offer, increasing your visibility, implementing your marketing plan, starting and staying consistent in your content creation, those kinds of things that move the needle in your business. It is not, you are learning so you're reading the books, and you're taking the courses and getting additional certifications, in addition to all these things, or while also working on these things in your business. So getting more visible, starting that podcast, creating your paid offer, those kinds of things. That is where the difference comes in. Because, 13:12 you know, as I said, I'm constantly learning, I think I have been in some sort, of course, or program since the day I started my business pretty consistently. But I'm also still building my business, I'm not doing it instead of or in place of I am learning and taking action at the same time. And this even goes back to when I was getting certified to be a nutritionist through the NTA. While I was getting certified. I was also writing blog posts about what I had learned what I was learning, it was kind of a way for me to retain the information I was learning was to write about it. And so I just decided to write it as a blog post and put it up on my website. And as I've mentioned before, those blog posts are still some of the most popular blog posts on my website today. And this was seven years ago, I think maybe now almost eight years ago. So I did that while still going through the learning process and getting certified. I also started the nourished podcast with my friend Meg doll, when I was still a few months away from being officially certified as nutritionist. So while I wasn't taking clients before I was certified, which I would never do, I was still working on building my business, building my audience, sharing what I was learning and what I now knew, and sharing my own experiences too. And that was really powerful so that when I was ready to start taking clients, I had people who wanted to work with me. And so you can still be doing this stuff if you are still in this place where you're getting certified and not ready to take clients yet There's still plenty that you can do to start building momentum in your business. Okay, so that is what procrastinate learning really means or looks like. So then on the other hand, what is a good form of learning as a business owner, and this we will call active learning, which is learning something. And as a business owner and as a coach or practitioner, I think we all can agree, there is always something new to learn, it is never ending, but you learn something, and then immediately apply it to your business or with your clients. That is what we're looking for. We're looking for learning and taking action, learning and taking action. And I mentioned this a learning opportunity, big situation I'm getting myself into here in a few weeks. In that scenario, I am going to be learning and then immediately applying that to my business, like literally one module, go through it, take what I learned, apply it into my business, second module, learn, apply, learn, apply. And this is also what I do in all of my programs to for you guys. Like signature program, lab launch list accelerator, they are action based programs. So you watch a lesson, you use the tools and resources that I have for you. And you immediately go do it in your business with the intent and really the knowing that it is actively moving you forward in your business, we are moving the needle. That is my whole goal in how I help you. So if you've been caught in this procrastinate learning cycle, then welcome to The Club. I see you I feel you I think we probably have all been there a time or two. And that is okay. But then also, how can we transition into an active learning cycle and hopefully stay there. As you may have guessed, this is really primarily mindset work. Because the reason that you are procrastinating, and the reason that you're using learning to procrastinate is based on a story, you're telling yourself a limiting belief you have that your ego has grabbed on to and started really chattering about over and over and over with you and making up all these excuses and reasons that you can't move forward, you can't get out of your comfort zone. So the goal then really is to quiet that chatter so that you can move forward so that you can become an active learner where you're learning and doing not learning instead of doing. So, first step, what layers are underneath that procrastination, there is a fear there at least one probably a lot of fears underneath. And your goal is to remove those layers so that you can really get to the heart of the matter. What is your ego saying that's keeping you from taking action that's keeping you in this place of procrastination. Of course, as I always say, building awareness around it and bringing it to the surface is absolutely critical. Because it is super easy for us to just believe the mental chatter that really loud voice in our heads, and never give it a second thought. But once you kind of turn the table and put awareness onto that voice, that chatter that's going on, and see what it's really saying. And then get curious about why it's saying that, why is it keeping you from taking action, then there comes this level of honesty, about your fears about what you're really scared of or worried will happen. And with that comes this whole new level of understanding that actually makes you able to do something about it. It's like you have to bring attention to it and awareness to it in order to do something about it. So that's the first step. Just get curious. And as I always say, I think writing about this writing it out is super helpful. So if you're open to it, grab a journal, grab a few pieces of paper and just write out like where is this procrastination coming from? What fears come up when you think about taking action, and get that out? Now Next, what would you do if you didn't have that fear? So if the fear of being visible if the fear of failure didn't exist for you, what would you do? How would you act? What would it look like? If you were taking action without fear? I want you to create an entire scenario for yourself. Again, this is where writing it out. And being able to visualize it, as you write it out really helps. 20:32 How does it feel when you're not procrastinating? So as you create this scenario, where you don't have these fears, and you can just go do whatever you want, you don't have to worry, you know, it's going to be a success, you know, everything is going to work out in your favor. So you have this whole scenario, and hopefully you're visualizing it at this point, whether you're writing it out, or just thinking about it doesn't matter. But then once you're there, how does it feel, to not procrastinate? How does it feel, to make progress and to take action and to get the ball rolling and to see those results in your business, get to the point where you can feel that. Now the next step is to take that scenario where you have visualized yourself without any fear, going after what you want, and chunk that into real action steps that you can take. So you having this vision of you going after your dreams, without hesitation without procrastination, without fear is not only now possible, it's probable, you made it a probable reality for yourself. So now that you know it's there, what can you do to get yourself there without reigniting that sense of fear, which happens by taking it step by step, creating those baby steps. And then committing to doing them creating a timeline to do those baby steps. So very little doing happens without some sort of timeline, a commitment, an organizational plan, a calendar, something that helps you stay organized and on track and committed to making it happen. So chunk, those big action steps you saw yourself taking when you weren't afraid, chunk them up into doable baby steps that you know, you can take and still feel good. So one at a time, we're not focusing on the entire thing anymore. We're just focusing on those little steps that one next step, and then create a timeline to help you get through those. Now, as you do those steps, and you're going through and you're doing them and you're checking off the boxes, you're making progress, I want you to stay in that feeling that you had when you visualize yourself, not procrastinating. I mean, that could have been a sense of pride of accomplishment, you could have felt joy, you could have felt determined or excited, all of the above, whatever it is, it doesn't matter. Stay in that feeling as you tick off the boxes of these little baby steps you're doing. And if you notice that fear creeping in that ego voice, getting louder and starting to chatter, again, acknowledge it for what it is, which is just a voice in your head, that you get to decide whether you listen to or not. And continue to stay active, go back to those baby steps, go back to that visual of you. Taking action, feeling good about taking action, go back to that place and move from there. That is how you can stay in this place of action instead of staying stalled. Now let's talk specifically as it relates to learning. Since we're talking about progressive learning today. Yes, there are going to be all kinds of learning opportunities in your lifetime, and are all for all of us, right? Of course. So the first thing I want you to do understand if it's an active learning situation. So are you going to be learning and doing at the same time? Is there going to be this situation where you're learning so that you can do and you kind of are doing both in tandem? And then by the end of that learning situation? Will you have actively done something that has gotten you significantly closer to your goals and dreams and desires 24:59 and If it is an active learning situation cool, it's amazing. Go for it. If it's something you actually really want. Second, if it's not an active learning situation, say for instance, it's like a new certification or credential in your area of expertise. It's like in those situations, you're learning things that will potentially enhance what you can do for people or what you can offer people. But it's not actively moving the needle in your business, right than in there, like not making you more money on the spot or getting you more visibility or getting you more a bigger audience or anything like that. So obviously, this continuing education is important and potentially a good opportunity. Although these days, I feel like there's a lot of weird certifications and credentials out there. So be aware of that. And that could be an episode in itself someday. But the process of a getting that certification is an actively moving your business. So then what action can you commit to while in this place of learning? And I understand it may feel overwhelming, like I can't get both this certification and work on my business. And that's understandable to what's more important. Do you need this certification in order to have a business or build a business or get clients? Or is it a situation where, you know, once you have your business going a little more established, and you have these things running on autopilot in the background, because you've taken the time to set them all up, then you have the time to get this extra credential. And your business is also growing at the same time. So there's that to think about as well. But if you're in this learning situation, where what you're learning isn't actively being applied to build your business immediately, then what can you do to take action while you're learning? Maybe you commit to creating and growing a podcast, while you learn and putting out weekly episodes, maybe you'll take five clients a month, while you're learning, maybe you'll build out your program while you're learning so you can launch it as soon as you're done. There is a place to do both and, and as I mentioned, in my scenario, it actually helped me solidify what I was learning to create content around what I was learning as I went. So maybe that's something that you can consider doing as well. But in any case, this way, you're not subconsciously using your learning opportunity as a way to not take action, if you commit to doing that learning while also doing something in your business. And of course, making sure that something is valuable, and needle moving and getting you one step or 20 steps closer to your goals and desires and dreams. That's the whole purpose. I just don't want you to procrastinate on your dreams, because you deserve to have those dreams be your reality. And that darn ego needs to get out of the way so that we can make it happen, right. And so if you are someone who finds yourself in this place of procrastinate learning, I hope you now have some steps that you can take I do want you to take that seriously and get out that journal and see what comes up for you. Super, super important powerful work for really everyone. But especially if you find yourself in this place of procrastination can really start opening more doors for you doors of action for you will say so let me know if you give it a try. And if you have any questions you can reach out to me on Instagram at Shawn Mynar or send me a DM I love hearing from you guys. And if you are someone who wants to help taking action in your business, by way of creating your signature program, building your email list, setting it up all on autopilot so that it creates more time and space for you. Then that's all available for you inside the signature program bundle. It is an active learning situation. Hey, look 29:29 at that how amazing. You learn and do learn and do learn and do. That's how I create all of my courses and programs. We are coming up on a big, big, big massive opportunity to get in on the signature program bundle. Like really, really soon, especially if you're listening to this when it airs. Look for an email from me coming this week with a big announcement for you. And if you don't see it, check your junk folder because it might be in there but we have Really exciting news coming super soon. So be on the lookout for that if you do want to start creating your signature program, getting your email list all squared away and making sure the right people are on it, making sure you have a really good system in place to actually sell your program, all that good stuff. So that is coming to you soon. And until next time, take care. Hey friends, Shawn here. And if you're a coach or practitioner who's looking to help more people, make more money and have more free time than I have a special invitation for you that you don't want to miss. Right now. I'm hosting a free masterclass that will walk you through the process of adding a signature program to your business. As many of you know, the signature program business model has been my primary way of doing business since 2017. And after seven programs have my own created and helping dozens of other wellness pros create theirs. I'm now sharing my exact process with you for free. In this one hour masterclass. Now, you might be thinking, Shawn, I'm just not ready to have my own program yet. Or I don't have the time to build a program right now. Are you crazy? I totally get it, I get all of it. Which is exactly why I created this training in the first place. I want you to see how possible this really is for you and how simple it can be when you have a tried and true proven system in place, no matter where you're at in your business today. So if you're like most coaches and practitioners who have a dream of creating a scalable offer in their business that helps the people they're meant to help without it being directly tied to your time and energy. Then there's a seat with your name on it inside my burnout proof your business masterclass. In just one hour, you're going to learn why adding a signature program will uncap your income potential forever, and give you more time for your own life, health, family and self care. You'll learn exactly how my clients sold out her first program, even with a small audience. Because of this one super simple marketing hack that I am going to reveal. You'll learn the simplified, foolproof process that will take your knowledge and experience and turn it into your own program in just six weeks, and also how to implement an automated marketing system that will grow an engaged audience full of Perfect Match clients that can't wait to enroll in your program once it's ready. Even if right now you're starting at zero. All you have to do is head to Shawnmynar.com/burnout proof and save your seat for this masterclass before it's gone. Shawnmynar.com/burnout Proof can't wait to see you there. Hey, friend real quick before you go, don't forget to head over to my website and take the quiz to find out your solopreneur personality type. I've created a super fun super informative two minute quiz that will show you which one of the four solopreneur personality types you fall into. Could it be the boss, the socialite, the visionary or the supporter? Which one are you? Not only is it just fun to know more about yourself, especially as it relates to your business, but it's also really important information so you can be sure that you're building a business that works for you, based on your energy, your personality, and your desires. Did you ever take those quizzes from the Cosmopolitan magazine back in the day? It's kind of like that, but with actual solid questions and real helpful tips and advice at the end. You can find the What's your solopreneur personality type quiz right on the homepage of my website at Shawnmynar.com head there now to take the quiz then let me know over on Instagram at unstuck entrepreneur what your type is I'll see you over there  

Upgrade Engines with Scott Wozniak
Ep. 15: Learner Mindset - Seeing Opportunities and Dealing with Fear with Chad Everett

Upgrade Engines with Scott Wozniak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:10


While still in high school, Chad Everett, who is now the CEO of Infinite Kingdom, saw opportunities others didn't, and took a very different path than all his peers (partly because the normal path was closed to him). He shares the learner mindset that has allowed him to do big things in multiple fields. --- Sign up to have Scott email you a weekly shot of energy, with 1 Cool Quote, 1 Deep Thought, and 1 Useful Tool. This is original content, not a repost of the podcast. You can find the sign-up section at the bottom of my website www.ScottWozniak.com  Learn how Scott and his team of consultants can help you build a legendary brand at www.SwozConsulting.com  Connect with Scott on social media:  linkedin.com/in/scottwozniak/ https://www.facebook.com/scottewozniak ---  Connect with Chad via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/chad-s-everett-41b9a72b/ ------ Bonus: check out his other podcast (Alpha Pack): https://kite.link/alpha-pack-podcast If you like this podcast you will probably like that one, too. Who knows, you might even like it better! :)   

Family Success Secrets
Top Strategies for Success with Your Struggling Learner or Special Needs Child through Holistic Homeschooling Methods

Family Success Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 16:06


Hey Mama!Have you got an outside-the-box kiddo, struggling learner, or special needs child?I have an AMAZING secret to success for you, in your homeschool and your child's education journey. This is a tip that I have learned over more than a decade in working with my own children who had various learning challenges.I desired to help them reach their fullest potential, have self confidence, be joyful adults, have solid happy relationships with them, and set them up for a thriving adult life.You CAN have joy in this journey, and a richer experience in your homeschooling than you ever thought possible.Let's dive in!XOKatiePS To book a Successful Homeschool Strategy Session Generationally Minded, LLC., Coaching PPS COME JOIN our amazing tribe!Holistic Living, Homemaking, and Homeschooling for Christian Families... 

Bring A Friend
My Friend the Perpetual Learner

Bring A Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 56:45


Climbing the walls? That's almost what Dierdre Wolownick needed to do to build a connection with her son. He's Alex Honnold, the celebrated Free Solo rock climber. And since he was often away from home on his next climbing adventure, Dierdre decided that the best way to bond with him was to climb to new heights herself (breaking all kinds of records of her own as she went).

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Tim's A Non-Learner @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 36:16


James Corden Apologizes for Stealing a Ricky Gervais Joke / Don't Be Mean To Wait Staff / Tim's Waiter Story // Bellio's Restaurant Story / Teen Waiter Tim // Trick or Treaters / Car Sales Picking Up / Tragic SUV Blindspot Accident // LAPD Impersonator / Blockbuster Themed Speakeasy / LA City Council Protests / De Leon Meets with African American Leaders / Elon Musk's Twitter Firings

Resolute Podcast
It's Time To Move From Learner To Leader | 1 Timothy 4:6

Resolute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 3:52


There comes a moment we have to move. From learner to leader. From student to teacher. A daily devotional through the book of 1 Timothy with speaker and author Vince Miller.

Voice of Influence
251: The Difference Between Learner and Judger Mindset, with Dr. Marilee Adams

Voice of Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 39:11


Did you know that the questions you ask yourself drive your thinking? In today's episode, Dr. Marilee Adams shares the difference between a Learner Mindset and a Judger Mindset, the Choice Map, and what makes a quality question.   Dr. Marilee Adams is an award-winning author and pioneer in the fields of inquiry-based coaching, leadership and organizational culture. She is CEO/Founder of the Inquiry Institute, a solutions and performance-focused company providing consulting, coaching, training, keynotes and eLearning. She is the author of the best selling book Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching and Results. Read the transcript here:   https://www.voiceofinfluence.net/251 Give and receive feedback that makes a difference! Register for our 20 minute Deep Impact Method video course here:  www.voiceofinfluence.net/deepimpact

Leader of Learning
How to be Intentional as a Leader with Dr. Darrin Peppard

Leader of Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 23:42


In episode 142 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Dr. Darrin Peppard (@DarrinMPeppard), a 26-year teacher and administrator turned leadership coach, consultant, and speaker, and author of the best-selling book, Road to Awesome: Empower, Lead, Change the Game. In the episode, Darrin discusses how to be intentional about planning and time management in leadership, leading organizational culture and climate, and how to empower others and distribute leadership.Full show notes and more information about this episode can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com/episode142.Download your copy of my FREE guide, “How to Build Trust as an Instructional Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/guide!To watch highlights of this episode and many of the recent podcast interviews, SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE at https://leaderoflearning/youtubeSUPPORT THE SHOW!!!Donate to the Show - https://leaderoflearning.com/donateWays to Support - https://leaderoflearning.com/supportMy Gear - https://www.amazon.com/shop/dkreinessConsider Becoming an Official Sponsor - https://leaderoflearning.com/press-kitTo leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leader-of-learning/id1243021772Android user? Leave a rating and review on Podchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/leader-of-learning-532116To follow Leader Of Learning on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dr_kreinessInstagram - https://instagram.com/dr_kreinessTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@dr_kreinessLinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/dankreinessFacebook - https://facebook.com/leaderoflearningThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit https://edupodcastnetwork.comThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Code Breaker Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit http://www.codebreakeredu.com/services/podcastsMusic credits: https://www.purple-planet.com

Be Fluent in Russian Podcast
E41 - My crazy life this past month + Learner's Diary

Be Fluent in Russian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 30:07


In this podcast I will share what this past month has been like for me. Crazy moves and new experiences. A lot of learning moments for me in my personal life, as well as language life. I hope you enjoy!BeFluent Camp - https://bit.ly/3yUkyR0

Sustainability Leaders
Public Policy and the Energy Transition: Howard Learner in Conversation

Sustainability Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 32:08


Aaron Engen, Vice Chair of Investment & Corporate Banking and Co-Head of the Energy Transition group at BMO Capital Markets, sat down with Howard Learner, Executive Director of Environmental Law & Policy Center, at the inaugural Transition Think Summit in Phoenix, Arizona, earlier this month, where leaders from the private and public spheres came together to discuss climate change solutions. Aaron and Howard discussed the role of public policy in the Energy Transition and where it must intersect with technology and innovation to help pave the road to net zero by 2050.

The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem
Unlock your online course's earning potential with Jay McGrane

The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 67:08


Online courses, educational tools, email funnels, quizzes, and more are an incredibly valuable tool for entrepreneurs, however it's so important to implement a copywriting strategy that will help you create real, valuable conversions.Today, we're excited to be joined by Jay McGrane. Jay combines educational techniques with persuasive copywriting to boost student engagement and conversions for her clients. She's been called the “course creator's best friend” because of the incredible results she has gotten for her clients, such as 41% open rates and 9% click-thru rates. Jay's expertise is exciting to learn from and her tips will help you to begin unlocking your online course earning potential.Tune in and listen to episode 38 of The Entrepreneur's Ecosystem. Jay talks with us about what she has learned about creating amazing copywriting conversions for her clients. She shares why she thinks that completion rates are a vanity metric, what her advice is for understanding your audience, why it's important to create smaller milestones for your online course, and so much more.In This Episode, You Will Learn:Jay's personality quiz types (3:34)Why Jay says that completion rates are a vanity metrics (7:55)About the role feedback loops play in online courses (13:27)Jay's advice for people to uncover a Learner's Journey (32:08)To break down your course goals into smaller milestones (47:34) Connect with Jay: LinkedInInstagramTell us what you want us to talk about:www.chantizak.com/feedbackFind Out Your Own Unfair Advantage:www.chantizak.com/unfairadvantage Connect with Chanti: WebsiteFacebookInstagramConnect with Dawn:WebsiteInstagramLinkedInSome of our quiz funnels:https://horizonfound.com/quizhttps://learn.kaysemorris.com/ceo-teacher-type-quizhttps://www.consciousconversion.com/quiz/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Creative Chats podcast
160. Creative Chat with Executive Coach and Career Growth Strategist, Diana Alt

Creative Chats podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 44:00


Diana Alt is a No BS executive coach and career growth strategist who helps people take charge of aligning life and livelihood. Diana uses her 20+ years of experience in corporate product development roles to help people get out of their own way by building confidence, setting boundaries, and casting a vision for an awesome career and life. She believes work should feel good, not like a long slow march towards oblivion. Diana helps individuals and organizations to make work awesome through her coaching, consulting, and training services. She helps people identify ideal work for them and execute and effective job search strategy. She also helps people identify ways to update the way they work in their current jobs and businesses to align with the life they want. Diana is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and Certified Career Coach from the Career Coach Institute. Her top strengths are Input, Learner, Intellection, Maximizer, and Connectedness. Her top weaknesses are tacos and Diet Coke. Diana can be reached at dianaalt.com   It's never too late to start your own daily creative habit! Join our free Facebook community Daily Creative Habit & subscribe to the Daily Creative Habit newsletter, delivered right to your inbox twice a week!  www.DailyCreativeHabit.com

Language On Purpose
29 A Learner in Lesotho

Language On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 24:59


Eavesdrop on this rather unusual conversation with a man learning a Bantu language amid semi-nomadic herders in Southern Africa. How does his profile reflect what a good language learner is and does? Guest: Caleb Fetterhoff, B.A. Music, AIM International  

16:1
Inquiry-Based Learning

16:1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 60:12


Inquiry-Based LearningInquiry-based learning is the practice of using open-ended, student-driven approaches to education designed to stimulate curiosity and increase buy-in from learners. In classrooms where IBL is prioritized, students might construct their own assessments and research models or collectively build rules and classroom codes of conduct. By allowing students to take ownership of their own learning, inquiry-based classrooms clear the way for increased engagement and comprehension, but this highly-engaged learning can often be difficult for educators to setup and maintain. Join Katie and Chelsea as they discuss best practices, real examples from the classroom, and the power of learning to ask the right questions.Sources:Edutopia - What the Heck Is Inquiry-Based Learning? By Heather Wolpert-GawronThe University of Manchester - What is Enquiry-Based Learning (EBL)?C3 Teachers - The Inquiry Design ModelFacilitating an inquiry-based science classroom By Debbie K. Jackson and Marius BobocGitHub - The Mycelium NetworkAnchor - The Mycelium Network Podcast By The Mycelium Network

A Learner's Journey
After the Mongol Derby with Lena Haug- EP 30

A Learner's Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:25


Lena is one of life's great adventurers. Join me as I visit with her after her fascinating experience riding in the world's longest horse race- the Mongol Derby. Check out the first interview with Lena here Learn more about The Mongol Derby with this documentary Connect with Lena on Facebook Join A Learner's Journey Facebook Group If you'd like to stay posted on the podcasts plus weekly inspirational blog posts sign up for A Learner's Journey Newsletter.

The Overcomer's Podcast
S7:Episode 10 - Diana Alt | Aligning your Career with the Life you Want

The Overcomer's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 51:01


Diana Alt is a No BS executive coach and career growth strategist who helps people take charge of aligning life and livelihood. Diana uses her 20+ years of experience in corporate product development roles to help people get out of their own way by building confidence, setting boundaries, and casting a vision for an awesome career and life. She believes work should feel good, not like a long slow march towards oblivion.  Diana helps individuals and organizations to make work awesome through her coaching, consulting, and training services. She helps people identify ideal work for them and execute an effective job search strategy. She also helps people identify ways to update the way they work in their current jobs and businesses to align with the life they want. Diana is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and Certified Career Coach from the Career Coach Institute. Her top strengths are Input, Learner, Intellection, Maximizer, and Connectedness. Her top weaknesses are tacos and Diet Coke. Diana can be reached at dianaalt.com and via LinkedIn.

Raising Lifelong Learners
RLL#170: Why Your Own Self Care Is Important For Your Atypical Learner

Raising Lifelong Learners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 27:47 Very Popular


Our series, 10 Strategies to Help Your Atypical Children Thrive, continues with today's topic: Why your own self-care is so important for your atypical learner.  The Raising Lifelong Learners Podcast is brought to you by CTCMath. Find out more at https://www.ctcmath.com/purchase/homeschool50?tr_id=RLL.

The Nocturnists
Shame in Medicine: 5. Indoctrination

The Nocturnists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 40:03 Very Popular


In medical culture, shame is often wielded as a teaching tool. We shame learners for not knowing, for forgetting, for making mistakes. When does this serve us? When is it harmful? Is there a better way? Find show notes, discussion guide, transcript, and more at thenocturnists-shame.org.

Software Developer's Journey
#223 Adi Polak continuous learner in the big-data space

Software Developer's Journey

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 41:14


Adi took us on a journey of following learning opportunities. From a machine learning research project in college to learning about distributed systems and big data. We explored how she approached joining Microsoft and creating a scalable network of colleagues while continuing to share her knowledge and learning in the open.Here are the links from the show:https://www.twitter.com/AdiPolakhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/polak-adi/https://linktr.ee/adipolakAdi's Book https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/machine-learning-with/9781098106812/DE Community https://dataengineers-group.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-u5dpkqwh-UdlIEDdrYQYrw3jVf2JKmA#/shared-invite/emailCreditsCover Heliotrope by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.Your host is Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, more about him at timbourguignon.fr.Gift the podcast a rating on one of the significant platforms https://devjourney.info/subscribeDev InterruptedWhat the smartest minds in engineering are thinking about, working on and investing in.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Parenting IQ
Episode 45: The Independently Dependent Learner

Parenting IQ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022


PyBites Podcast
#090 - Become a more effective learner with Russell Helmstedter

PyBites Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 38:45


This week we have Russell Helmstedter (@rhelmstedter) on the show to talk about a book about learning that will blow your mind: Learn Better We talk through the six facets of learning the book discusses:ValueTargetDevelopExtendRelateRethink... and link them back to Pybites, specifically our platform. Expect a lot of useful tips that will increase the important meta skill of learning which will of course help you become a better developer as well!Links / resources:- The article that got Russell on this book- Learn Better book- Russell's extensive notes (kudos, thanks!)- Our platform that embraces a lot of what's discussed in the book.- Peak, the book on deliberate practice, and mentioned Ericsson's article / study- What is Zettelkasten? It's a note taking system - related Pybites article

A Celtic State of Mind
A Celtic State of Mind's Bulletin // Celtic are still learning at elite level, but Ange is a quick learner

A Celtic State of Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 63:29


A Celtic State of Mind is a multi award-winning podcast. ACSOM was named as the UK's Best Football Podcast at the prestigious Football Blogging Awards in 2018. In 2020, the podcast was named as a finalist in the Best International Podcast category at the Football Content Awards. In 2021, ACSOM won a further three FCA awards - Best International Podcast (GOLD), Best International Club Content (GOLD), and Best Charitable Campaign (BRONZE).In this latest episode, Paul John Dykes is joined by JP Mason to discuss the last 24 hours in the world of Celtic.A Celtic State of Mind has gone from strength-to-strength over the last five years, and there are many more guests lined up in the weeks ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature and politics.Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulJohnDykes and @ACSOMPOD and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.

Creating the 4%: Real Life Stories From The Fitness Industry's Top Instructors
Kelly Clifton Turner: Be A Learner Not A Knower, Breaking Down The 4th Wall & Saying Yes

Creating the 4%: Real Life Stories From The Fitness Industry's Top Instructors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 80:14


FOLLOW THE PODCAST ON INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/creatingthe4pod/Don't forget to rate & review the podcast on spotify and apple podcasts! It helps us so much when you do! She joined YogaSix from the beginning at their first location in Southern California. Kelly Clifton Turner's journey as a yoga instructor for this powerhouse Xponential brand began in 2012. She is the Vice President of Training & Experience and has been featured on US News & World Report, Well + Good, Livestrong, Self Magazine, O Magazine, & Good Morning America proving you can totally hold a wine glass or bottle with wine friendly yoga posesKelly Clifton Turner has her ERYT-500 aka she is a Registered Yoga Teacher, meeting the prestigious Yoga Alliance requirements.With more than 130 studios open and more than 500 licensed locations across the globe, YogaSix is the largest franchised yoga brand worldwide. This Fit Pro & Corporate Executive keeps busy as a wife and mom to a beautiful boy named Hank and a cat named dingleberry. Her colleagues describe her as tenacious, an unsurpassed work ethic, all with a touch of light hearted humor while simultaneously cultivating complete buy-in from team members.Calm Mind. Strong vibe. Sweat Tribe.It is an honor to welcome Kelly Clifton Turner to the creating the 4% Podcast this week!Follow Kelly on instagram:https://www.instagram.com/peepturner/Learn about Yoga Six:https://www.yogasix.com/

Culture by Design
Stage Two: Learner Safety

Culture by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 58:17


Stage 2 Learner Safety is is part two in our four part series based on Timothy R. Clark's book The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation. In this episode Timothy R. Clark and Junior Clark answer key questions around how to create a culture where there is both encouragement to learn and engagement in the learning process. What is Learner Safety? (2:10)Learner safety satisfies our basic need to learn and grow. We all engage in the learning process and in that process we engage in acts of vulnerability related to learning. A culture of learner safety means those acts of vulnerability are rewarded. Learner safety always precedes contribution and contributor safety. What is the social exchange? (6:00)The social exchange is "encouragement to learn in exchange for engaging in the learning process". Who goes first, the team or the individual contributor in the learning process. The leader and the team have a first mover responsibility to provide the encouragement to learn. You can't assume individuals show up ready to learn. The leader sets conditions and sets the tone and it cannot be delegated. We will never grow out of our need to have encouragement to learn. There will always be some trepidation in the learning process. The organization has an imperative to drive "learning agility". (13:43)Learning agility means you are learning at or above the rate of change. Without learning agility your organization will slowly become obsolete. Organizations are always becoming obsolete it's just a matter of the rate of the burn.Examples of punished learner safety. (16:51)Learning is both intellectual and emotional. When someone shuts down our learning process we don't forget. Instances of punished learning vulnerability have lasting effects, they trigger our self-censoring instinct, and shut down the learning process. When you take punished vulnerability to learning public it becomes a nuclear weapon. How do you balance performance with mistakes? (26:23)How do you make mistakes allowable as fuel for learning but eliminate mistakes when the stakes are high? The key is creating a place and a time where we have room to make mistake and having clear boundaries between the execution and innovation environments. There is a difference between being on the operating table and practicing on a dummy. First define the boundaries.  A leader/teacher's job is to transfer critical thinking and accountability. (34:38)In order to help transfer critical thinking to the learner you must ask questions. The three types of questions are the what, why, and how questions. Part of the answer of creating learner safety is to move away from didactic questions to questions that transfer critical thinking. Learner safety is not soft or enabling but it does require good faith and intent without ulterior motives. High learner safety is correlated with innovation. (45:45)One of the jobs of the leader is to oil the gears of collaboration. If individual contributors have high levels of learner safety they are more likely to explore new ideas, discover new solutions, and innovate faster than the rate of change.  What is the role of the individual in learning process? (49:37)You are primarily responsible for your own learning and develop. You cannot rely on your organization. It is your job to become an aggressive self-directed learner. If the organization can help you, that's great. Sometimes you will have more support and sometimes you will have less. You have to take responsibility. Without aggressive learning you have "retired while on the job".Important Links from This Episode. Purchase a copy of "The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety" on Amazon. Download a free excerpt of the book. Stage 1 Inclusion Safety Podcast Episode What is Psychological Safety? The 4 Stages Behavior Guide (Learner Safety Behaviors)

Parenting IQ
Episode 43: Student vs Learner

Parenting IQ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


Leading Learning  - The Show for Leaders in the Business of Lifelong Learning, Continuing Education, and Professional Develop

Connie Malamed, AKA the eLearning Coach, is a learning experience design expert who helps people learn, build, and grow instructional design skills. She's also an author, blogger, and podcast host, and she leads a membership community that offers both live and self-paced courses. In this episode of the Leading Learning Podcast, co-host Jeff Cobb talks with return guest Connie about hybrid and blended learning, including the ambiguity of those terms. They also discuss the pandemic's impact on learning designers, forgetting and retention, visual design, using community to support learning, personal networks as knowledge, and the importance of the learner's journey. Full show notes and a transcript are available at https://www.leadinglearning.com/episode324.

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
202: Why Healthcare Professionals Need to Understand the Four Quadrants of Leadership

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 27:54


“So what Bolman and Deal end up saying is that managers live in the structural frame and the human resource frame. Basically, managers manage for stability and order, while leaders, yes, they are definitely performing in those four frames, but they can also switch the lens towards a political frame or a symbolic frame. So that is what makes them different from managers, because leaders lead for dramatic change, useful and dramatic change.” - Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken Leadership is something that many physicians and health care professionals find important. So many of us want to learn how we can be a better leader and what it takes for the building blocks of leadership within an organization. We also want to understand leadership better, not only because we may want to step into leadership positions someday, but we want to know and understand how we can be led more effectively, by better understanding what it is that leaders do. Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken sheds some important light on that for us.  Tosca is a consultant, coach, public thought leader, and author. Her focus is on nonprofit organizations, both domestic and international. She's also the host of the podcast NGO Soul and Strategy, and host of several courses on virtual team leadership, including a course built to include physician leaders. At the start of her career, Tosca worked as an international development practitioner for a European think tank, The World Bank, the U.S. nonprofit, and the United Nations.  Over the last 30 years in her leadership development and coaching practice, Tosca discovered a particular set of concepts known as the four frames model. Tosca walks us through those four frames in detail. We also discuss organizational politics and how they play into leadership.  Burnout is often tied to no longer feeling like our work has meaning or purpose, and one of the ways we can help our teams rediscover that sense of purpose is by using storytelling, a technique for leaders that ties into the four frames. Tosca shares some valuable wisdom around how to grow as a leader through expanding our horizons and thinking outside of our own confined boxes.
 If you liked this episode, you may also like The Physician Leader as Learner with Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken What's Inside:
 • The four frames model of how we view leadership. • How to find meaning and purpose through storytelling. • How we can break out of our own confined viewpoints to become better leaders.

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Between Power and Irrelevance: The Future of Transnational NGOs   Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog If you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5-star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean. You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast!

Savvy Social Podcast
How to Network on Twitter with Jeremy Enns

Savvy Social Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 49:17


Isn't Social Media all about finding followers? If you ask my guest and founder of the Podcast Marketing Academy, Jeremy Enns, he will probably say NO! And after our conversation, I can't help but agree.  Jeremy breaks down how shifting your focus from attracting followers to building your network can be a game changer for your business and your overall relationship with social media.  Listen in as he delivers a Masterclass in Twitter Networking–that's right, there's a lot of punch and positivity left in those 280 characters.  In this episode of the podcast, we talk about:  Jeremy's Magnificent Sales Failure & Redemption Why Twitter is his go-to social platform Why he gave up on Instagram How he built his circle of influence on Twitter His Newsletter Strategy for knowing who to follow Why Twitter is a Learner's Haven Finding your Funnel Focus The creative benefits of constraints Why rules are good for the brain How to avoid sacrificing your creative soul on social media #1 thing to do if you want to get the most out of Twitter …and more!     This Episode Was Made Possible By: Social Media Rockstar Framework Free Course The Social Media Rockstar Framework is your chance to pull back the curtain and get insights on how to build a social media strategy that works for you, learn how to create (and implement) a simple and effective content plan, convert followers into buyers, and much more. Register for this FREE course and gain the confidence you need to use social media as a tool to grow your business: https://onlinedrea.com/free Sendible Social Media Management Tool The all-in-one social media management tool that my agency uses every day to schedule posts and analyze our social media results. Try them out for yourself today: https://onlinedrea.com/sendible   About the Guest Jeremy Enns is the founder of Podcast Marketing Academy, the only growth-focused podcast education platform for experienced creators, brands, and marketers looking to build long-term, sustainable audience growth systems. He loves any sport that involves a frisbee, used to co-host an explicit-rated ice cream podcast, once bicycled across Europe, and will always look back on the day he finally saved up enough money to buy the Millennium Falcon Lego set as one of his proudest achievements. Website: https://podcastmarketingacademy.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamjeremyenns LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-enns/   Go to the show notes for all the resources mentioned in this episode: https://onlinedrea.com/220

Leading Learning  - The Show for Leaders in the Business of Lifelong Learning, Continuing Education, and Professional Develop

Learner engagement leads to improved, more meaningful experiences for learners, and it leads to improved outcomes for learning businesses. But effective learner engagement requires both an understanding of the necessary conditions to foster it and an understanding of how to support it before, during, and after a learning experience. In this fifth episode in our informal series on tools for learning businesses, we dive into learner engagement: why learning businesses should focus on it, a definition of what it is, and how our free Learner Engagement Loop can help you plan for it throughout an entire cycle of learning. Full show notes and a transcript are available at https://www.leadinglearning.com/episode323.

Teach Better Talk
Start fast, start small! Shift into a learner's mindset for the week ahead with guest Danae Acker! It's the #TeachBetter Sunday Weekly Warmup with Rae Hughart & Brad Hughes!

Teach Better Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 40:09


To get into the live conversation, be sure to join the private Facebook Group at www.teachbettergroup.com Join the Weekly Show in the Teach Better Team Private Group as we conduct interviews, facilitate panel discussions, and get you set for the week ahead! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message