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When I sat down with my honorary brothers Lewis Howes and Jay Shetty—a.k.a. two of the best podcast hosts on Earth—I couldn't wait to dive into the Big Talk. Vulnerability, lasting love, how to find your purpose in life, sex, career, regrets …. we tackled them all. We dove right into big, beautiful topics, and we held nothing back. When the Big Talk started flowing, I never wanted it to stop. On today's Big Talk, we explore: How to deepen your conversational skills for more meaningful connections What it means to be an active listener How to attract the right romantic partner into your life (and why you might attracting Mr. or Ms. Wrong) How to view vulnerability as a loving exchange The key to a long-lasting relationship How to cope with being an extrovert in these isolating times This Big Talk is packed with so many amazing life lessons, and they're guaranteed to enhance your closest relationships. RESOURCES: The following are helpful resources and books I mention within the episode: ABOUT JAY Jay Shetty is a former monk, a transformational life coach, and host of the On Purpose podcast. He's also the author of Think Like a Monk, and the co-creator of my favorite new beverage, Sama tea. Think Like a Monk: https://amzn.to/2XD2Mmv On Purpose podcast: https://jayshetty.me/podcast/ Sama tea: https://www.samatea.com/ Sama tea is an adaptogenic tea brand launched by Jay and Radhi Shetty. Their line of hot tea is USDA organic, gluten-free, vegan and packed with adaptogens that help you feel your best from the inside out. (The mint-blueberry … O.M.G.) ABOUT LEWIS A former pro football player, Lewis Howes is a superstar business coach, author and keynote speaker. He's written books including The School of Greatness and The Mask of Masculinity—along with others—and he hosts the incredible School of Greatness podcast. The School Of Greatness: https://amzn.to/3zrLMN6 The School of Greatness podcast: https://lewishowes.com/sogpodcast/ MIRACLE MEMBERSHIP Want even more support? I created the Miracle Membership to help you design a spiritual practice you can stick to—so you can feel connected, supported and inspired every day. Each month I deliver brand new workshops, guided meditations, live group meditations, community connection, and so much more. Plus, it's easy to access on your phone, computer or tablet. Click here to join. https://bit.ly/3kuKpsG MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES Safety, Recovery, and Mental Health Resources: https://bit.ly/3hZRsbb 1in6.org: https://1in6.org/ PARTNERS Visit vitruvi.com/deargabby and use code DEARGABBY20 to get 20% off your next purchase. I want you to start living a happier life today. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/deargabby Find the relief product range and the whole Dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code DEARGABBY for 20% off your purchase. Now through 12/31/21. Create a space that brings you joy with Joybird. Visit joybird.com/GABBY and get 30% off your purchase. Produced by Dear Media.
Lindsay is joined by Melanie from the Mask of Sanity podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean.Listen to Mask of Sanity wherever you catch your podcasts.Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport Our Show with Tee Public Use our special URL to purchase merch and help support our show at the same time!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/yeoldecrime)
Faze Clan won their first major Rocket League title only seven months after they fielded a team. Also, the crew gives their opinion on the Uncharted movie trailer and Razer finally drops their air purification mask for the future. Subscribe to CheckpointXP Daily Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Checkpoint Daily is hosted by gamers and video game journalists, Norris Howard and the Checkpoint XP Crew. They've got your daily update on all the things you love in 30 minutes or less.
After going over what's new this week in comics (10:52), Doc has an ongoing vampire story from Image he's dying to talk about (31:44). And the day has finally come for FryGuy to talk about Aftershock's Bunny Mask (47:46). Find the guys @TLDR_pod (IG/Twitter), @Fry_Guy1 (Twitter) and @BackCrackah (IG/Twitter) and with the rest of the #DORK shared GUniverse on Facebook. TLDR is now on YouTube and TikTok, too!
After going over what's new this week in comics (11:29), Doc has an ongoing vampire story from Image he's dying to talk about (32:21). And the day has finally come for FryGuy to talk about Aftershock's Bunny Mask (48:19). Find the guys @TLDR_pod (IG/Twitter), @Fry_Guy1 (Twitter) and @BackCrackah (IG/Twitter) and with the rest of the #DORK shared GUniverse on Facebook. TLDR is now on YouTube and TikTok, too! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Doug and Sunny discuss a parent group's victory at a school board, Harry's wife's plea for paid leave (but she's not political), Netflix employee protest against Dave Chapelle, and how blatant the Leftist propaganda is.
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Elvis Costello is moving his show from Mystic Lake to 1st Ave, presumably because he wanted mandates at his show. Chris Riemenschneider from the Star Tribune joined us to talk about how venues are handling the issue and about the Stones coming to town this weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I am excited to have back on the show legendary writer, director Alex Proyas. The last time he was here, we discussed his career, working within the studio system, dealing with insane interference in his creative vision, why he was shooting short films. At the time, his movie, The Heretic Foundation, and his misadventures in Hollyweird had just been released.I've been following all the cool stuff he's been working on social media, his shorts, etc. I'm thrilled for him. It's nice seeing an artist creating and not waiting for someone to permit them to make.For those of you who are not familiar with Alex Proyas's work, he is the filmmaker behind The Crow, Dark City, The Knowing, Gods of Egypt, iRobot, and Mask of the Evil Apparition.iRobot was directed by Proyas, written by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Vintar. The 2004 Box Office $346 million grossed film received mixed reviews. It starred Will Smith and was a technophobic cop in 2035 who went on to investigate a crime that may have been perpetrated by a robot, which leads to a larger threat to humanity.Today, we are talking more about his new streaming platform VIDIVERSE. I really wanted to promote what you're doing because I know it's coming from a great place. I need to promote what you're doing because I know it's coming from a great place.VIDIVERSE is a new streaming platform that offers a non-exclusive destination for streaming curated content of all kinds. In time, the platform will partner with creators to help produce content.Most independent filmmakers are getting away from Youtube, and that was the inspiration behind Proyas's VIDIVERSE. YouTube seems to have developed stricter policies about who derives any income from content. Even though a few people manage overtime to beat the algorithm, most creators get very few views. Independent creators to continue building through the platform. Vimeo, and others that similarly target filmmakers ease the streaming challenge. Still, there's nothing between those two ends of the spectrum because YouTube seems to soak it all up through advertising. So, someone like Proyas, who has moved effortlessly between helming TV commercials and music videos to feature films, understands the demand for more targeted platforms and fair revenue distribution models. This is what he intends to develop with VIDIVERSE.Alex also gave us an EXCLUSIVE UPDATE on the development of his Dark City streaming series. This was a fun conversation.Please enjoy our guest, Alex Proyas.
Hiring a new person is serious business, and there are some really important questions to ask yourself as a leader before you take that step. In this episode, hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask walk through some really vital steps we need to take before we bring someone else on our team. In Richard's company, they have a saying that reflects an important value: We take the social responsibility of hiring very seriously. What does that mean? It means that, when they make the decision to hire someone, it's more than an exchange of time for money. It's not a pair of jeans at Nordstrom's. It's a human. They have other humans relying on them. And hiring should only be done after much care and consideration. Listen in for some great advice on making these key hiring decisions as a leader. Taking the Social Responsibility of Hiring Very Seriously When Richard's company is considering hiring someone new, they do what they call “work journaling” for a bit first. They ask questions like: What are we doing? How are we spending our time? Is the leader hoarding something that should be passed down? What percentage of my day is spent on things I should be doing? What percentage of my day is spent on things I should be delegating? And they follow these three basic rules of thumb: We don't throw people at inefficiencies We don't throw people at “we've always done it that way” We don't throw people at seasonality Each of these things leads to unnecessary hires. That's bad for the leader, the company, and the person you hired. Why don't they throw people at these things? Because they take the social responsibility of hiring very seriously. When we're in the most pain we're most likely to throw a warm body at a problem. Don't hire people in your emotional state. Step back and assess first. You Can Never Make Enough Lists If someone requests additional help doing their job, make some lists. What the leader is doing, what everyone on the team is doing, what the person requesting additional help is doing. Go back to that critical task list—Do, Defer, Delegate, Delete. For the person asking for another hire, ask: Do you have the time to do all of this? Are we following a documented process? Is it efficient? What can we automate? When you ask those questions (about how you're spending your time, etc.), you can figure out if you actually need to hire someone, or if you just need to make some other changes. What if you get really efficient with your time two weeks after you hire a new person? Don't hire for seasonal work unless you're advertising for a short-term, temporary, seasonal hire. If people don't know they're being hired temporarily, don't hire them temporarily. These are the processes you have to go through so you can be socially responsible when you hire. We as leaders can get frustrated and impatient. Once again, all problems are leadership problems. We have to take this responsibility very seriously. Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself There are a few things Richard and Jeff encourage you to be aware of and think about as you're considering hiring. There are people who are empire builders who like to build a large team of people underneath them. You need to look in the mirror to know yourself. Are you an empire builder? Does success for you look like the number of employees you have? Do you have a ton of employees but your company isn't profitable? Vanity metrics are things that look and feel great but ultimately don't drive to the end result we're looking for. A million subscribers but no engagement. A huge email list but not a good open rate. A boatload of employees but not comparable profitability. Richard says he won't bring on a person unnecessarily, because the profitability of his company will go down, and he's endangering his whole team.The goal of the company is profitability, making money. You need to know what profitability looks like and whether or not a new hire will bring you more of that. Jeff says to run through the 3 Ps (people, profit, purpose). Who are the people who can generate the profit to ultimately fulfill the purpose? You need all 3 legs of the stool. The right people, the right profit, your right purpose. It's a sustainable model. Necessity drives invention and innovation, but we need self-discipline to be as efficient as possible, to be wise stewards of what we've been given. Do the work beforehand. Make sure you actually need another team member before you add them. If someone on your team asks you to hire someone, Richard says you can say, “Great, let's talk about it. At this company, we take the social responsibility of hiring people very seriously. We have a process to walk through first. First thing, brain dump, work journal. Then categorize all your tasks (4 Ds). Make sure we have processes and automation in place. If we go through all this and still think we need the person, great. Let's do it! The next episode is a micro-episode about Who to Hire. Stay tuned! Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What questions do you have about hiring? Do you have any positive tips or stories about hiring to share? What other topics would you like them to address on the show? Email them here with your thoughts/questions: email@example.com OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast
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On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum finally catch up on about two months worth of new one shots and simulpubs! Including not just everything from Shonen Jump, but also titles from Manga Plus, Star Fruit Books, Yen Press, Kadokawa and even our first look at Comikey! Is Dandadan as good as everyone says it is? What is up with PPPPPP? And is Colton into dragon girls now? Listen to the show to find out all of this and more!! For a complete list of links and Shout-Outs included in this episode, check out this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2021/manga-mavericks-ep-178-october-2021-simulpubs-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - RIP Takao Saito 02:51 - Intro News 03:51 - My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission moviegoers to receive special manga booklet on opening day 06:14 - Nozomi's Dirty Pair Kickstarter 08:19 - Mission: Yozakura Family Popularity Poll has begun One Shots 12:07 - Toki by Tatsuya Ihara 23:25 - New Bleach One Shot from Tite Kubo 31:44 - My Hero Academia: Endeavor's Mission by Yoko Akiyama 35:01 - One Piece: Vivi's Adventure by Naoshi Komi 39:27 - Shokugeki no Sanji 4 from Yuto Tsukuda & Shun Saeki 48:07 - DC3 from Posuka Demizu & Kaiu Shirai Simulpubs 55:02 - Kubo Won't Let Me Be Invisible by Nene Yukimori 1:05:02 - Dandadan by Yukinobu Tatsu 1:19:45 - PPPPPP by Mapollo 3 1:34:20 - Diamond in the Rough by Nao Sasaki 1:46:34 - Reborn as a Vending Machine from Hirokuma, Hagare Yuuki & Kunieda 1:56:06 - Restaraunt to Another World New Edition from Junpei Inuzuka, Katsumi Enami, Yamizawa & Morozawa 2:09:11 - Beneath the Mask from En Nekokawa & Neneko Kobato 2:18:36 - Girl Crush by Tayama Midori 2:28:15 - It Takes More Than a Pretty Face to Fall In Love by Karin Anzai 2:37:31 - Killer in Love by Akiyama Enma 2:57:20 - Community Shout-outs! 3:04:22 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
He's the host of the Behind the Mask podcast but you probably know him best as one-man wrecking crew in the NFL for several seasons, Takeo Spikes opens a bottle of red with Julie this week. During the chat he gives his honest take on the Jon Gruden situation with the Raiders, talks about his career both in football and media and breaks down why the Bills might just take it all this year. Stream for free on Hisense Smart TVs, LG Channels, Sports on Tubi, Plex, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, Vizio Channels fubosportsnetwork.com, and XUMO or as part of fuboTV's subscription packages of 100+ sports, news and entertainment channels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We explore Clock Town as a human child today and begin meeting the inhabitants proper. Some make Chris uncomfortable. If you want the journey to continue, visit the following: SPONSOR: uncommonvt.com SUPPORT: patreon.com/firstencounter WEBSITE: firstencounterpodcast.com TWITTER: twitter.com/1stencounterpod INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/firstencounterpod MUSIC: aldenzac.com NOTE: First Encounter contains adult themes such as violence, sexual content, and adult language. Listener discretion is advised.
As leaders, alignment, clarity, and trust among your team are great, but sometimes the bridge to get there is the dreaded awkward conversation. Every leader can relate to the sense of dread that comes with knowing you need to have a difficult conversation you've been avoiding. How do we lead into this? How do we request an awkward conversation and then how do we handle it? In today's episode, co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask share some practical advice for dealing with awkward conversations and then hopefully eliminating the need for them. Turn Awkward Conversations Into Fierce Conversations Jeff says the most important thing you can do is practice a conversation before you have it—especially that opening sentence. The first five seconds are always the most difficult—it's awkward, then onward. He starts conversations with “I want to talk with you about…” not “I need to talk to you about…” Replace need and to with want and with. Then fill in the space after about with a clear statement of the issue. Rehearse that first sentence more than anything. Memorize the facial expression, tone, and pacing so you set the stage for a productive, constructive conversation. Jeff highly recommends Susan Scott's book, Fierce Conversations, where she gives six steps to an opening statement, then #7 is an invitation for them to respond. Name the issue Give a specific example Describe your emotion Clarify what's at stake Own your part Indicate your wish to solve the problem Invite them to respond Here's an example. 1. Name the issue (how you respond to certain members of the team). 2. Give a specific example (when Stacy talks, you talk over her and don't let her finish). 3. Describe your emotion (it's frustrating but I don't want to embarrass you). 4. Clarify what's at stake (but I'm afraid if we don't talk about it, we won't gel as a team) 5. Own your part (I should have addressed this earlier) and 6. Indicate your wish to solve the problem (I really want to work this out.) 7. Invite them to respond. Some Practical Advice for Before and During the Conversation You want to start from a good place, which means getting the raw emotion out of the way and getting to logic. Share your thoughts and feelings with someone else. Write it all out in an email you'll never send. Create a plan to move forward. Establish your desired outcome. When we get to that step 7 and ask for their feedback, how do we invite honest feedback and not a defensive reply? Facial expressions and body language while listening are so important. Make them feel safe. Resist the temptation to build a stronger case. Don't get defensive. Listen. The goal is to help them feel understood—seen, heard, and valued. Don't be on your phone. Don't check something. Don't lose eye contact. Not intense staring, but don't lose focus or get distracted. Listen with your ears, eyes, and heart. What if you mess up that feedback invitation at any point? Own it immediately. Think of a brick wall between the two of you. What you're doing is removing brick after brick so you can see each other clearly. Immediately own up to something you did that wasn't helpful, and ask them to continue. Don't apologize forever. Check your motives when you're asking them questions. Are you truly curious and want to understand their perspective? Or do you have a judgment-type energy? What Is Your Body Language Actually Saying? Richard shares a personal example of something he was doing that was sending the opposite message of the one he intended. When he's processing, thinking, he folds his arms across his chest. It's his default move. He does it without even thinking. One day his business partner confronted him about it. He had shared an idea with Richard, and Richard agreed with him verbally, but his body language (crossed arms) was saying something different. Richard was pondering, considering, but his partner received it as him being defensive, closed off. Richard has had to consciously try new ways of holding his arms/hands while processing—putting them behind his body, sitting on them, anything but crossing them over his chest. He's had to become self-aware. “What helps me with modeling and accountability,” he says, “is not hiding something I'm struggling with. Sometimes acknowledging the problem helps solve it. He went from unconsciously incompetent to consciously competent. He's aware of the habit now, but it's going to take him a while to fix it. He took an additional accountability step and shared his struggle with his team. His assumption before was that people knew he was pondering their smart idea and considering it with his arms crossed. Now he knows that it makes people feel uneasy, bad, hurt. He and his partner came up with a funny word for him to call Richard out, and he asked the rest of the team to help him break the habit too. Now, everyone had context, and other times he had done it made sense to them. He broke the habit super quickly after that. Richard suggests being curious in finding out something YOU do that follows that pattern. You don't realize you're doing it, and it may have a negative connotation attached to it. Just the act of doing that will give you the ability to talk to an employee about this same kind of thing. Final Pieces of Advice One question people ask Jeff is: “How do I make sure I know the best time to have the conversation?” You know it's too soon if your emotions are raw. You know you waited too long when you're wondering if it's still a big deal. Err on the side of sooner than later. When you don't address it, you tolerate the bad behavior. That speaks loud and messes up your culture. If you felt those butterflies in your stomach as you listened, you probably need to have an awkward conversation. Do it. Have it. Don't let another day or week go by without having that conversation. And then: “What do I do after I have the conversation?” The simple answer: follow up and reinforce with care. Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What other questions do you have about awkward conversations and how to handle them? What have you done that worked well? What can they do to help you lead from a powerful place? Email them here with your thoughts/questions: firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES: Fierce Conversations (book by Susan Scott) OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast
It's the shoutiest, sweariest, bluntest and best podcast in the business and it's back for another week - it's the Thought Police with Mike Graham and Kevin O'Sullivan. Topics today include: Covid caution, Neil Ferguson, continual lockdowns, Boris' 'Green economy', the end of the world, Jeremy Clarkson's travel advice, TWATS, working from home, Newcastle United, racist archaeology, cultural appropriation, banned words, Scotland cancelling women, Fulham vs. QPR, MG's sister's remarkable drinking habits, asking for coffee in a coffee shop, Christmas in the States, Kev's festive plans, and the French. It's the podcast that says au revoir to the European Union, it's the Thought Police. You can follow the boys on Twitter. Mike is: @IROMG, Kevin is @TVKev and you'll find the podcast too: @ThoughtPoliceTP. Meanwhile if you'd like to send them an email, the address is: email@example.com.
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If you're experiencing burnout and/or impostor syndrome, there are some practical things you can do to get your energy back so you can lead powerfully. Burnout is a pattern that's happening globally right now. People are stressed, tired, anxious, and it feels like the marathon has no end. In this episode, co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask validate this burnout you're experiencing, explain how it causes impostor syndrome to rear its ugly head, and share some exercises you can do to refresh and re-engage. Three Levels of Burnout Leaders have to deal with burnout. Period. First, there's internal burnout. You're feeling it as a leader. Richard says impostor syndrome always builds when he's burned out. “I'm not capable, I don't have the skills to handle this.” He's been feeling some of that embarrassment, shame, and fear lately, and he thinks this is a great time to talk about it. Then there's burnout in the people you're in charge of leading. How do you know when to push them to do their best and when/how to give them a break? Then what about when your leader/manager is experiencing burnout? If the person at the top doesn't deal with it effectively, they push it down on everyone else. It's cascading. At least one of those levels is relevant to every leader on the planet right now, especially in these times. Two Things You Have to Do We're in a season of funkiness and ambiguity right now. The more we label it as weird/difficult, the more we'll flounder. We have to accept it, learn to be cool with it. It's not going back to “normal.” We have a choice of how we'll respond to it. This isn't about putting a happy face on it; it's about changing your mindset. Acknowledge it Change your mindset What opportunities are available now that wouldn't have been available before? New, unique, and trying times are where character is truly developed, where our best selves can show up. Dig deeper into changing your mindset. Get a piece of paper, draw a line down the middle, and make two columns. On the left side, write down everything that's frustrating you right now. There's power getting it out of your head. Write down the crap, get it out, no filters. Let it sit, look at it, meditate on it, accept it. Then prioritize it. Weight it. Which things are affecting/frustrating you the most right now? On the right side of the paper, flip it. Ask yourself these questions: Is there any good in this situation? Am I learning anything? Growing? Getting stronger? Increasing in humility? What can I be grateful for in that crap list? Then look at those two columns, and ask yourself, “How am I going to choose to respond?” We totally have a choice how we respond to any situation, regardless of how difficult it is. Richard says this exercise works, that Jeff has walked him through it before. Getting it out of our head and onto paper is so powerful. “Embrace the suck,” he says. Acknowledge it. Feel your feelings. How you react to that emotion is where the positive/negative comes in. We get to choose. But it takes reps. Go Back to Your Why Some other things you can do: ask, “have I already solved this problem in the past?” Ask: “Is this a season?” Sometimes we need to just stick it out. Acknowledge that the pain alleviation is coming, but it has to run its course. Maybe there's nothing you can do but wait it out for three more weeks. Maybe there's no end in sight. Then what do we do? Say, “I don't know when this will end, but I'm going to keep going.” We're always talking to ourselves, so we might as well say positive things, or we'll keep feeding ourselves negative self-talk and stories. Stop those tapes, erase them, and replace them with something more powerful and positive. This is where step #3 comes in. Step #1: acknowledge it. Step #2: Change your mindset. Step #3: Remember your why. Go back to your individual purpose. Why do you exist on this planet? Then think about the purpose of your company. Dig deep and determine it. If you believe in a higher power, spend time there. If you believe in being in nature, get out in it and get your mind clear. What are your gifts? What energizes you? What activities drain you? When we lose our why, we lose our way. Start With a Brain Dump If You Need To Richard gets super honest at this point and says, “When I hear this and I'm in burnout, I think, just stop for the love of all that is holy. I have a to-do list 10 miles long and you want me to figure out my why?” For the record, he believes everything Jeff is saying. He knows it's true. But he still can't start there. His brain doesn't work that way. When he's in burnout, the last thing he wants to do is pontificate, get introspective. “You don't understand,” he's thinking. “I'm stupid busy.” This is how he buys himself the focus to go through Jeff's process, because he knows it's impactful. It starts with a to-do list, a task list. His brain is a computer, and there are too many tabs open. He has to get out of that, before he can deal with the why. Richards likes to start with a brain dump on a whiteboard. He writes out every single thing he's doing, needs to do, everything that's in his brain, no categorization. He's even been known to use two whiteboards. Jeff talked about a brain dump for emotions, and Richard's is everything he has to do. When you see the overwhelm in physical form, you think, “Oh, of course I'm overwhelmed by all I have to do and think about,” and you can breathe in a sense of relief. The next step is to categorize. Not into home/work, because work/life integration is important, but a grid with four quadrants: Do, Defer, Delegate, Delete. Then you plot everything on the whiteboard into these four areas. Now you're left with a couple of boxes to focus on. You cut it down to 15-20% of your To Do List that you should actually be doing. Look at that “Do” box and get a quick win for momentum to spark your confidence. Richard believes in two big forces in life—momentum and resistance. See: Steven Pressfield's books, The War of Art and Do the Work. Do What Works For YOU Jeff loves that he and Richard shared two different approaches that work for them individually. There's no one right way to lead—or to deal with burnout. You can do it the way that's most authentically yours. That's the beauty of marrying emotion and logic. That's why Jeff and Richard are doing this podcast together. They want to connect with all kinds of leaders around the world with different personalities and ways of looking at problems. As leaders, it's so important to admit our weaknesses and ask for help when we need it. From a coach, family member, peer, counselor, therapist. It's critical that we as leaders have our hearts and minds right. We can't lead others if we can't lead ourselves. If you continue to feel the burnout, stop the cycle. Acknowledge it. Validate it. Work on your mindset. Ask for help. Go deeper on your purpose. Change the cycle. The burnout happens when we stay on the hamster wheel with no end in sight. If you don't learn how to stop and breathe and take a break, it will never get better. Take some space. Know what energizes you, fills you up. Do some of them. Keep your battery charged. Once you've gotten yourself to a place of stability, once you've gotten your own oxygen mask on, you can keep serving and helping your people. Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What other practices have you discovered that help with burnout? What other questions do you have about burnout? Did they share anything you thought was off the mark? 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What does it look like to lead your team through external forces and distractions in a powerful way? This is another one of those universal things that everyone is feeling right now. In this episode, co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask share some personal examples from their own lives and work. Richard just got back from one of his first business trips in a long time. He gathered with 150 leaders/founders/executives for the War Room Mastermind, and all of them are feeling the strain of external forces wreaking havoc in their own lives and their employees'. Jeff says it's a recurring theme with his coaching clients as well. Just as quickly as leaders feel like they've gotten a handle on it, a new distraction rears its head. Listen in as they offer some grounding practices and habits that will enable you to be the leader of your life and the owner of your circumstances. How Can You Lead Well In Spite of What's Going On? There are a billion external forces, scenarios, you could be dealing with at any given time. Then each person who reports to you could be dealing with one of a billion of their own. In the past 10 days, Richard had every refrigerator in his home go out, multiple A/C units broke, his back fence fell down, one of his kids had multiple Covid tests, his car broke down, his wife's car broke down, and he had to cancel a trip. And that was just at home. He still had to show up at work every day, lead at work, lead at home, and lead and serve at War Room. How does he show up and maintain his energy with all these external forces at play? He has to be very careful not to bring his money problems from home to work and inappropriately generate revenue for himself as quickly as humanly possible in ways that might not be in line with the company. Or push his people because he's worried about money going out the door. Or complain about money going out the door to people who make less of it than he does. So, what's Richard's solution? A change in mindset. Instead of “here's what's happening to me,” he challenges himself to flip those things into opportunities to succeed. “One of the ways I am my best self,” he says, “is when I'm up against a worthy adversary, a worthy competitor. So I have to be challenged.” He acknowledges that he needs to be careful not to compete with anyone who works for him though, anyone he's charged with growing or leading. He's failed there in the past, and it was costly. For him, he looks at external forces and challenges as his competition. He can use hard stuff to help him get to his optimal performance level by leveraging what he knows about himself and competition. Know Yourself Inside and Out You have to know yourself really well. You have to know what it takes to be your best self and how you show up as your worst self (and what triggers it). What do you need personally and professionally to be able to show up as your best self? And when that starts to go away, what happens? The more self-aware we can be, the better we can lead. The first thing you have to control is you, because you'll never be able to control the external forces. Recognize where you're off, replace those thoughts, recite the words out loud. Own your own emotion, your thinking, your process. Remember, as Jack Sparrow says so eloquently, “The problem isn't the problem. It's our mindset around the problem.” The one problem that's unsolvable is the unnamed problem. Once we name it, we can solve it. Heart-Led Leadership Is More Critical Than Ever If everyone on our team has a life, and life shows up in all these different ways, how do we get everyone aligned? You have to have trust, a cadence of communication. As a leader, you really have to know what's going on with everyone, but then that means you're carrying a lot. Let's say you're in charge of a team of five people. One is building a house; one is having a kid; one is getting divorced; you're going through something yourself. That's a lot. And honestly? Each person probably has more than one external force happening at one time. How do we show up in the midst of that and align ourselves as a team? This is where Jeff geeks out and backs up a century to the Industrial Revolution, when workers were just cogs in a wheel. Their emotional well-being was irrelevant. Now we have knowledge and emotional workers. What's going on in our minds and hearts is what generates billion dollar ideas and moves the economy forward. So leadership has got to evolve to lead through that. Have you ever wished your employees could keep their personal lives to themselves and not bring them to work? This isn't 1932. As the workforce evolves, work evolves, and humans evolve, human-centric and heart-led leadership is more critical than ever. We're leading hearts and minds in a way today that's never been done in history. It's why Richard and Jeff are passionate about this podcast. They see a need to help leaders lead with heart and mind and know when it's heart and when it's mind. 3 Steps to Leading Through External Forces Step #1: put on your own oxygen mask. How do we lead through this? We have to get our own mindset right first. We mistakenly think that, if we're in charge, we have to be okay. We have to have this superhuman ability to lead through any obstacle in our lives, personally or professionally. No, we don't. Model vulnerability for your team. Always look for opportunities to model the behavior you want from your team, especially when it's counterintuitive. That's what adversity gives you—the opportunity to model courage, humility, vulnerability. Talk to an external person for help. Don't deny it; don't avoid it; don't put up walls. Step #2: give oxygen to others. Create an environment of safety, where people can be vulnerable. Dig in and be connected with your people. This is where powerful world-class one-on-ones are hugely important. Jeff's recommendation is at least 30 minutes a week. Do it powerfully where it's about them, not you, not just to check a box. Prioritize them as sacred time. Don't reschedule it. Empower your team to have trust and confidence in each other, so you're not the only one they come to when they need something. You won't be able to connect powerfully with every single person on your team, but someone can. Step #3: make a list of your stressors. Get them out of your head and on paper. Put an E or an I next to each one. Is this an external stressor or an internal stressor? It's just painting a picture. How will you choose to respond? It's a choice. You can prioritize based on what's really keeping you up at night the most. Take control of your emotions and actions. Do an inventory of your life and ask yourself what's the greatest external force you have given too much power to? How can you reframe that? What can you do to change that? How can you take over ownership of your emotions and words and thoughts and actions? You'll feel more empowered and prepared to lead. What Is Working for You Right Now This episode naturally evolved from external forces to how do we lead people? Welcome to leadership. This is the evolution. Hopefully you feel validated that you're not alone and empowered to be better at managing external forces and leading powerfully, and hopefully you feel supported with tools you can use. Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What has worked for you as you've navigated through external forces? What wasn't clear that they could clarify for you? What are you going to lead in spite of today? 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