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Bold Business Podcast
ENCORE: Rapid Change and Adaptability

Bold Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 54:23


The capacity for rapid change comes down to our adaptability. In this broadcast, you will learn more about the three questions that companies are asking right now, the importance of time management and elements of agile leadership that prepare your company for rapid change.  Jess Dewell interviews Kathy Atkins, CEO of The Lattitude Group; Tom Libelt, CEO & Podcast Host of Smart Brand Marketing; and Paul Casey, founder of Growing Forward Services. —--------- If you want to continue to look for inspiration to creatively or innovatively approach decision-making and problem-solving, use the experiences of other business owners who have created great companies. Try Fast Track Your Business today to keep learning and growing and stay intentional as you work strategically on your business. -------------------- Feel like you need a bit of help with some business direction? Then ACT to Plan by contacting Jess for a 30-Minute Unstuck Quick Consult. You'll discuss your aims, where you are, and where you should be to move deliberately toward your team-building goals! -------------------- If you want to stay informed and plan for a successful year, download the Annual Red Direction Business Management Report and get access to survey findings and information to help navigate volatility and uncertainty.  You can get in touch with Jess Dewell on Twitter,  LinkedIn or Red Direction website.

MCU-N-Me
Avengers - Age of Ultron (2015)

MCU-N-Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 187:57


FEATURING: Liam Praino, Lisa Quaglia, and Ruth CaseyThe second "team up" film is finally here. Avengers - Age of Ultron features the characters you love and introduces some new characters as well. Hear the discussions by Liam Praino, Lisa Quaglia, Ruth Casy, and Paul Casey as they cover the beginnings of some character arcs, what lies ahead, certain motivations, how this film changed many dynamics behind the scenes in the MCU, and much more.For more episodes like this: clockshelves.comContent Club is your hub, so sub and throw some dough: patreon.com/clockshelvesMake sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @clockshelves

The Arts House
Ó Bhéal Winter Warmer Event

The Arts House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 12:18


The 10th Annual Óbhal Winter Warmer Event takes place in Cork this week, and features among its events the All Ireland Poetry Slam Final. Paul Casey from O Bhéal joined Elmarie on the show again to chat about the events in store! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Real Talks on the Rocks
Episode #28: From rock bottom to business owner with Coach Paul Casey

Real Talks on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 105:21


On this episode of Real Talks on the Rocks, I sit down with Coach Paul Casey, who runs a successful personal training business in Hayward, Ca. Paul talks about the difficult life he had growing up around drugs and violence, hitting rock bottom, and the many times he got sent to prison. Paul also tells you how he was able to get himself out of the cycle he was in, get his education and learn how to start his small business based on his passion of changing lives through fitness! Another example of someone who made the decision that he wanted to regain control of his life! You can reach out to Paul on his Instagram:https://instagram.com/the_coach_paul There you will find the links to his website and information on how he can help you! Thank you to all of my supporters who are supporting me on Patreon and allowing me to grow this channel! Click the link below to access this episode's bonus content: https://patreon.com/realtalksontherocks For all of the links to the other avenues to view/listen to my show, you can visit my website at: https://realtalksontherocks.com There you will find links to Apple Podcasts, Spotify as well as my Patreon page. You can also follow me on:Facebook: https://facebook.com/realtalksontherocksInstagram: https://instagram.com/realtalksontherocksTwitter: https://twitter.com/realtalksrocks Chapter list:00:00- Preview01:10-intro02:15-Paul's troubled childhood11:31- Falling into drugs to “fit in”15:38- Paul's first time taking recovery serious19:15- Out of prison, back into the cycle21:25-What men focus on in our 20's23:25- Anger issues in guys when we are young26:32- Back to prison27:30- I would not tell my younger self anything29:50- It's a challenge just to stay alive everyday31:45-Getting education in prison34:10-Becoming an inmate firefighter38:00- From firefighter to San Quentin42:40- How “Fernando” got Paul to finally get his act together48:00- Enforcement vs. providing help to addicts on the street50:28- Reaching out to challenged youth56:55- How young men can get out of a bad environment1:06:16- How Paul was able to start his own personal training business1:25:00-What Paul has learned trying to grow a small business1:28:40- What most clients are looking for in a personal trainer1:35:10- Paul's upcoming business changes1:36:50-learning how to balance a relationship1:40:55- How Paul is raising his boys1:43:45-Final Thoughts

The PEN Perspective Podcast
Ep 2. Cloudy Business: Let's Build Up Your Capability Model

The PEN Perspective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 38:10


Welcome to our second highly anticipated episode of the Cloudy Business Podcast series with Roshni Daswani. As more and more businesses consider a move to the Cloud, it's important to weigh up cost management to maximise your usage. So what key things should you be thinking about when looking for a provider? In this fascinating episode, Roshni Daswani is joined by Paul Casey, Chief Technologist at Computacenter, to discuss Cloud cost management in more detail, as well as the controls and governance that need to be implemented. With decades of knowledge and experience behind him, Paul is on hand to guide you through Cloud cost models and fin ops models, and the subtle differences between the two. Is the I.T. function as we know it a business inhibitor or a business enabler? What capabilities do you need to build in your organisation to adapt to an ever evolving environment? Whether you're currently on the lookout for a Cloud provider, looking to re-assess your strategy or keen to find out how it all works, this is an episode you won't want to miss.

The Deep Wealth Podcast - Extracting Your Business And Personal Deep Wealth
Author And Thought Leader Paul Casey On How To Create Success Through Growing Forward (#154)

The Deep Wealth Podcast - Extracting Your Business And Personal Deep Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 43:25 Transcription Available


“Get involved in the conversation to push back respectfully.” - Paul CaseyOriginally from Chicago, Paul has now been a professional speaker for over 25 years (giving almost 300 presentations in the past 4 years), and he is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives. He has spoken for organizations like McDonalds, Subway, Lamb Weston, Northwest Public Power, and Autozone—and among the 80 leaders he coaches per year, 25 of them lead at Pacific NW National Laboratories. Paul has a Master's degree in education, and has been an educator/administrator/Chief Operating Officer in 5 non-profit organizations. He has coached leaders for over 3,300 hours and is an ACC-certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, as well as a Master Trainer, and a member of the National Speakers Association. He was honored as an Entrepreneur of the Year in the Tri-Cities in 2021.Through his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, their habits, and their lives.  Currently, Paul carries out his mission of sparking breakthrough success by contributing daily inspirational growth messages on local radio, other people's podcasts, and via social media. Also, he has inspired thousands of individuals and leaders to grow forward through his seminars, team-building off-site retreats, one-to-one self-leadership coaching, and as a keynote speaker. Paul has written 5 books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted, Leading with Super-Vision, and his newest book: Leading through the Dark Waters of Conflict. He interviews local leaders in his podcast: the Tri-Cities Influencer and national leaders on his podcast: Grow Forward Today.Paul is married to Lovely Laura, has two young adult children named after state capitals, owns a new puppy named Gizmo, and has lived in the Tri-Cities, WA, for over 20 years. For fun, he enjoys golfing and hiking—and orange slices—and he reads about 40-50 books per year.Click here to subscribe to The Sell My Business Podcast to save time and effort.SELECTED LINKS FOR THIS EPISODEpcgrowingforward@gmail.comGrowing Forward ServicesFollow Paul D. Casey's (@growingfwd) latest Tweets / TwitterGrowing Forward Services with Paul Casey (@growingforwardservices) • Instagram photos and videosGrowing Forward Services | FacebookPaul Casey - YouTubePaul D. Casey - Host - Grow Forward Today Podcast | LinkedInhttps://www.pinterest.com/paulcasey7/_created/https://quiz.gretchenrubin.com/four-tendencies-quiz/Take Back My CalendarThe Deep Wealth Sell My Business PodcastCockroach Startups: What You Need To Know To Succeed And ProsperFREE Deep Wealth eBook on Why You Suck At Selling Your Business And What You Can Do About It (Today)Book Your FREE Deep Wealth Strategy Call

The Shotgun Start
A Friday LIV Rumor & Amusement Mill, Luke Donald for captain, more DL3 angst

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:37 Very Popular


It's a summer hours Friday episode, which begins with some LIV rumors of varying degrees of amusement, from gambling shortcomings to developments in Thursday's pro-am at Trump Bedminster to some agronomy specs for events. News of Luke Donald replacing Henrik Stenson as European Ryder Cup captain is discussed, which leads to a Precision Pro Flashback Friday on the time Paul Casey drew him into an international incident slamming Americans for being insular. There's continued incredulity about Davis Love III's role in Detroit.

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show
Trump Welcomes LIV Golf-Fairways of Life w Matt Adams-Thurs July 28

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 82:34


Matt Adams talks LIV Golf Bedminster and Rocket Mortgage Classic as guys on both sides continue to speak their peace. Donald Trump will be on hand for the pro am and hear from Patrick Cantlay, Davis Love III and Paul Casey all share their thoughts.

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 707: Easy decision for Henrik Stenson

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 19:12 Very Popular


First, Hank explains what the key motivation is behind most decisions made in professional sports and then he shares why it was an obvious decision for Stenson to join LIV, despite losing the Ryder Cup captaincy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bogey Boys Golf Podcast
Episode 125, The Growth of Golf

The Bogey Boys Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 75:52


On this weeks podcast show we continue to discuss the growth of golf and the impact LIV Golf is having after their second event at Portland. We've heard from Rory Mcilroy who seems to have changed his stance on how golf can co-exist in it's current format. Paul Casey is the newest recruit for LIV Golf as we discuss the impact that will have as another top 50 player in the world makes the move, plus we discuss the news that LIV players, including Ian Poulter where given the all clear to play this weeks Scottish Open.We give our BIRDIE BOGEY BUST for the week and take a look back at events across LIV, the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour, in particular we discuss the next crop of young amateurs who have recently turned professional and making an immediate impact. We also look ahead to the first event of the DP World Tour and PGA Tour Alliance that sees a stacked field at the Genesis Scottish Open and also provides an opportunity for 50 DP World Tour members to play on the PGA Tour. As always, we hope you enjoy!!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bogey-boys-golf-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The NCG Podcast
The Slam: Wild Ryder Cup rumours! + LIV Golf has another huge signing and a new format - so what's next?

The NCG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 53:45


In this edition of The Slam podcast from National Club Golfer, Alex Perry, George Cooper and Hannah Holden reflect on another busy week of LIV Golf action, as well as touch on some wild Ryder Cup rumours that have been doing the rounds. Elsewhere, George says something about Paul Casey that no one on the planet has ever said, and Hannah ponders a potential women's version. 

Sports Hub Golf Club
Sports Hub Golf Club – Paul Casey Joins LIV Tour // Dr. David Cunningham // First LIV Tournament on US Soil – 7/3/22

Sports Hub Golf Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 43:19


(0:00) Hardy begins this week with an announcement about his absence from next week. He also gives his thoughts on Paul Casey joining the LIV Tour. (15:31) Dr David Cunningham from Infinity Health and Body joins the Golf Club (25:24) Hardy gives his thoughts on the first LIV Golf tournament that took place in the […]

The First Cut Golf
Paul Casey To LIV Golf + John Deere Classic Round 3 Recap, Reaction & Analysis | PGA Tour Golf

The First Cut Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 15:15 Very Popular


Rick Gehman is joined by Mark Immelman to discuss Saturday's action at the John Deere Classic. --- Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts and exclusive content, visit youtube.com/FirstCutPodcast Get 20% off First Cut merch in the CBS Sports Store: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/first-cut?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=first-cut-collection 'First Cut' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow @FirstCutPod on Twitter and Instagram Follow our crew on Twitter: @KylePorterCBS, @mark_immelman, @RickRunGood, @therealGFD, @TheCoachrules, @jacob_hallex You can listen to First Cut on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast." For more golf coverage from CBS Sports, visit cbssports.com/golf/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Resourceful Agent Radio Show
Episode 102: Interview With Paul Casey Owner Of Growing Forward Services Bettering Your Productivity

Resourceful Agent Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:48


In this episode, Paul and I discuss the importance of time blocking and work productivity. We also discuss the importance of business coaching to better understand your business from an outside perspective. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PAUL CASEY:Paul Casey is the Owner Of Growing Forward Services, The go-to company for bettering your productivity and accomplishing your priorities! Paul D. Casey speaks, trains, coaches, and writes to equip you and your team with practical wisdom for Growing Forward!https://www.facebook.com/GrowingForwardServiceshttps://growingforwardservices.net/~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~RESOURCEFUL AGENT:My name is Andy Silvius and I'm a full time Realtor for Keller Williams Realty in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. I started the podcast "Resourceful Agent Radio Show" to influence others to keep progressing in life, whether it's stepping outside of your comfort zone and chasing your dreams or just helping you find solutions to problems you may face in business, finances, and life.Above all, I'm an Entrepreneur on the search for answers and new business opportunities one interview at a time!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~FOLLOW RESOURCEFUL AGENT ON:→ https://www.facebook.com/ResourcefulAgent→ https://www.instagram.com/Resourcefulagent/→ https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-silvius-091aa7190/→ https://www.resourcefulagent.com/~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 688: Who's next to join LIV Golf?

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 24:28 Very Popular


First, Hank Haney addresses why LIV Golf has done a good job of getting recognizable golfers to join their tour (1:00) and then Hank wonders what the next move will be for the DP World Tour (6:00). Later, Hank lists some of the names that might be next to join LIV Golf (18:00). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chuck and Buck
H4: 5-18 Green Jacket Draft, Tanking & One Last Thing

Chuck and Buck

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 40:42


We draft our players for the PGA Championship (side note- Sungjae Im & Paul Casey are out; Ashley replaced Im with Daniel Berger). We discuss tanking in the NBA and how to fix it. We wrap up with One Last Thing and a musical mashup.

From The Dungeon  Podcast
#161 John Paul Casey Returns

From The Dungeon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 59:22


JP came on the show to save the day last min and we love him for that. Hosted by: Dee Rotten Guest: JP Music by: 1. Pissmobb - La Fuerza (25:45) 2. Skarhead - destruction (feat: Lars Frederiksen)(45:55) Dee Rotten Social Media........................... https://www.instagram.com/dee_rotten/ Pateron.................. https://www.patreon.com/fromthedungeonpodcast From The Dungeon Social Media Web Pages ........................................................................... https://www.instagram.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://twitter.com/FTDPodcast FTD T- Shirts...................................... https://tonethreads.com/fromthedungeonpodcast Famcast Media T-Shirts.......................................... https://www.tonethreads.com/famcastmedia/ Famcast Media Social page…………………. https://www.instagram.com/famcastmedia/ Detox Tube Patreon………………….. https://www.patreon.com/detoxtube All music is owned by the artist, and played with the artist consent. Recorded and edited by Dee Rotten.

The Thing About Golf Podcast
The Thing About Golf #65: Peter Kostis

The Thing About Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 95:42 Very Popular


For a generation of golf watchers, he was the voice of CBS broadcasts, breaking down swings courtesy of the Konica Minolta BizHub Swing Vision camera between bringing insightful on course analysis. But there is much more to the Peter Kostis story than his TV work, from his own playing background to his coaching work with Tour players, like Paul Casey. Find out all this and more in this engrossing chat between Kostis and long-time friend, John Huggan. 

Birdies & Bourbon
Wells Fargo Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm | Tiger Woods News | Jon Rahm Wins the Mexico Open | Tokyo Vice & Better Call Saul Recap

Birdies & Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 80:21


Wells Fargo Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm | Potomac, MD | Tiger Woods News | Jon Rahm Wins the Mexico Open | Tokyo Vice & Better Call Saul Recap Congrats to Jon Rahm on winning the Mexico Open. The tournament was full of great golf and had some challengers such as Cam Champ, Tony Finau and David Riley. We're heading to TPC Potomac at Avenel in Potomac, MD for the Wells Fargo Championship. The field is full of great players on the PGA Tour including Rory McIlory, Tony Finau, Abraham Ancer, Corey Connors, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tyrrell Hatton, Marc Leishman, Keegan Bradley, Russell Henley, Gary Woodland, Patrick Reed, Paul Casey, Sergio Garcia, Max Homa, Jason Day, Webb Simpson and more. Can Rory McIlroy continue on his hot play and gain a victory? Can Matthew Fitzpatrick bounce back from his recent play and gain another victory? Will Tony Finau continue his strong play gain a victory? We break down the field and predictions on the show. The Birdies & Bourbon team chat Wells Fargo Championship Fantasy strategy and predictions at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Potomac, MD. We chat through the PGA DFS strategies for the event using Fantasy National stats. We first chat TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm conditions, history, weather and everything you need to know about the strategy for the tournament. We chat strategy for DraftKings, FanDuel and Sportsbook picks. The tournament has a strong field with top players teeing it up. We had a blast chatting through the field and strategies. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support

Be Bold Begin
How To LEAD & GROW By Leveraging Your Inner Animal With Paul Casey of Grow Forward Episode 88

Be Bold Begin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 46:27


"Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals." - Unknown Author. My guest Paul Casey, believes that “vision and relationships are the top two leadership skills”. His approach to leadership, self-development, relationships and communication is light, fun and deep all at once as we discover by way of breaking down one of his unique personality tools: An Animal Personality Quiz. (FYI- I'm equal parts Lion & Golden Retriever). The better we understand ourselves, our personality defaults and our strengths the better we can begin to navigate our experiences with others. The key is to develop our emotional intelligence to navigate our relationships with more compassion, kindness and understanding.  More From Paul Casey: Visit: www.growingforwardservices.net Take the Animal Personality Quiz Listen to the Grow Forward Today Podcast LinkedIn: Paul Casey Instagram: Growing Forward Services Twitter: @growingfwd *Apply for a seat in my next 4-week Group Podcast Intensive  Enrollment is now open!! *Take Barsi's free Brand Vibe Quiz Visit: https://www.avanthausmedia.com Instagram: @thebarsi Twitter: @cbarsi1 BE BOLD & KEEP CREATING!   Music Credit & Licensing: Upbeat by Jon Luc Hefferman - Production Music This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA

Are You Not Entertained?
AYNE 443 - THE CAPTAINS TABLE - Guy Kinnings (in association with Howden Insurance Brokers)

Are You Not Entertained?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 45:46


The Captain makes his long awaited return to the table - welcoming Ryder Cup Director, Guy Kinnings, on board The Rive Gauche.  Guy reflects on his 30 years at the top of global golf industry - including managing some of the greatest names in the game - including Colin Montgomerie, Thomas Bjorn, Nick Faldo, Ian Woosnam, Luke Donald and Paul Casey as well as his own sporting passions. Brought to you in association with Howden Insurance Brokers.

Playing Injured
EP 82: Understanding Who You Are & Time Management Skills w/ Paul D Casey & Josh

Playing Injured

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 36:58


Ep. 82 we sit with Paul Casey to talk all about Personality Types in a simple and practical way for you to understand who you are and become more self-aware. We also touch on how you can get better at managing your time from one of the leading authorities in time management.Originally from Chicago, Paul has now been a professional speaker for over 24 years and he is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their livesThrough his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, their habits, and their lives.  He's inspired thousands of individuals and leaders to grow forward through his seminars, team-building off-site retreats, one-to-one self-leadership coaching, and as a keynote speaker. Paul has written 4 books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted, and Leading with Super-Vision. And he interviews local leaders in his podcast: the Tri-Cities Influencer. ---Free resources from Paul: https://takebackmycalendar.com/ or Text "Growing" to 72000 Support the show (https://www.linkedin.com/company/playing-injured-pod/, https://www.instagram.com/playinginjuredpod/)

Life's Essential Ingredients
Season 2 Episode #23 Dreaming and Growing with Paul Casey

Life's Essential Ingredients

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 43:33


Season 2 Episode #23 Paul Casey coming from Tri-Cities area of WashingtonYou can find Paul at paulcasey.org or via Instagram @growingforwardservicesEnjoyed your website, your tools and tips sections is amazing and like your “Leaders are readers” phrase for your book recommendations, also has a great blog…so make sure to check it out!Originally from Chicago, Paul has been a professional speaker for over 24 years and is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives.  Paul is the founder of Growing Forward Services, the author of 4 books, podcast host for Tri-Cities Influencer, the father of two beautiful adult children, and the husband to his lovely wife Laura.Paul earned a Master's degree in education, and has been an educator/administrator/Chief Operating Officer in 5 non-profit organizations. He is an ACC-certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, a Master Trainer, and is a member of the National Speakers Association. He was awarded Solopreneur of the Year by the West Richland Chamber a few years ago and currently carries out his mission of sparking breakthrough success by contributing daily inspirational growth messages on local radio and via social media.   Paul – congrats on an amazing career, thanks for doing the work you do to empower people, and thanks for sharing your expertise with our listeners, Paul - Welcome to the show!TOTD – “What I do today is very important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it.”In this episode:What was life like growing up?Did you have ingredients in your life that perhaps at that particular time served a purpose but at this point in your life you realize they no longer serve the same purpose and perhaps, are limiting you from living your best life?How do you help people who seem stuck, who seem resistant to change, have a fixed mindset…Definition of SuccessYour Life's Essential IngredientsTime Management Goal SettingBuilding Team LeadersLeading through CHANGE – change management skill, methodology, Personality Types and why is SELF AWARENESS important Team ConflictTeam HealthThe importance of reading and learning…4 books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted, and Leading with Super-Vision.Legacy 

Ungraduated Living & Learning
|Paul Casey| Grow Forward Today

Ungraduated Living & Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 54:51


In this episode we meet Paul Casey and discuss leadership, time management, and some personal life reflections and ungraduations for life betterment and empowering perspectives. Originally from Chicago, Paul has now been a professional speaker for over 25 years (giving almost 300 presentations in the past 4 years), and he is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives. He has spoken for organizations like McDonalds, Subway, Lamb Weston, Northwest Public Power, and Autozone—and among the 80 leaders he coaches per year, 25 of them lead at Pacific NW National Laboratories. Paul has a Master's degree in education, and has been an educator/administrator/Chief Operating Officer in 5 non-profit organizations. He has coached leaders for over 3,300 hours and is an ACC-certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, as well as a Master Trainer, and a member of the National Speakers Association. He was honored as an Entrepreneur of the Year in the Tri-Cities in 2021. Through his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, their habits, and their lives.  Currently, Paul carries out his mission of sparking breakthrough success by contributing daily inspirational growth messages on local radio, other people's podcasts, and via social media. Also, he has inspired thousands of individuals and leaders to grow forward through his seminars, team-building off-site retreats, one-to-one self-leadership coaching, and as a keynote speaker. Paul has written 5 books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted, Leading with Super-Vision, and his newest book: Leading through the Dark Waters of Conflict. He interviews local leaders in his podcast: the Tri-Cities Influencer and national leaders on his podcast: Grow Forward Today. Paul is married to Lovely Laura, has two young adult children named after state capitals, owns a new puppy named Gizmo, and has lived in the Tri-Cities, WA, for over 20 years. For fun, he enjoys golfing and hiking—and orange slices—and he reads about 40-50 books per year. Paul's website: https://growingforwardservices.net My website: https://ungraduated.com  

The Shotgun Start
Bryson's break, Aimpoint angst, Sun sleeve scoop, and a Tiger Flashback

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 55:06 Very Popular


It's Friday, so this episode begins with a bit of whimsy on some intel from Austin about the practice attire of a certain local. Then Andy and Brendan whip through some early impressions and controversies from the WGC Match Play, touching on Keegan's excruciating aimpoint routine, Paul Casey's lucrative WD, Reed blasting it into the line drive section, and the inconsistent rulings on a sprinkler head with red spray paint on it at the 13th. Masters Fact of the Day includes a book recommendation as well as a mid-century review of Augusta National. Flashback Friday goes back to the start of this century, when Tiger was at his peak powers but a scuffling “rotund” opponent got the best of him in Match Play.

The First Cut Golf
DON'T GIVE ME PAUL CASEY! 2022 WGC Match Play Day 1 Recap + Thursday Preview | PGA Tour Golf (3/23)

The First Cut Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 28:38


Rick Gehman and Kyle Porter react to Wednesday's action at Austin Country Club. The guys also lookahead to Thursday's WGC Match Play action. --- Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts and exclusive content, visit youtube.com/FirstCutPodcast 'First Cut' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow @FirstCutPod on Twitter and Instagram Follow our crew on Twitter: @KylePorterCBS, @mark_immelman, @RickRunGood, @therealGFD, @TheCoachrules, @jacob_hallex You can listen to First Cut on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast." For more golf coverage from CBS Sports, visit cbssports.com/golf/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The First Cut Golf
2022 WGC Match Play - PGA Tour DraftKings Golf DFS Preview, Plays, Fades & Sleepers (3/21)

The First Cut Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 73:12


Rick Gehman (RickRunGood) is joined by Sia Nejad and Greg DuCharme to preview the 2022 WGC Match Play from a DFS perspective. BRACKET CHALLENGE: https://bit.ly/3qos7Mq (pw: tiger) FAN VOTE ONE & DONE: https://forms.gle/q8MEG8z3gFM8EKbk80:00 - Intro, Course & Info 0:00 - Intro, Course Info 11:20 - Paramount+ Promo 12:00 - DFS Match Play Strategy 16:30 - Group 1: Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed, Cameron Young & Sebastian Munoz 19:00 - Group 2: Collin Morikawa, Jason Kokrak, Sergio Garcia & Robert MacItyre 22:00 - Group 3: Viktor Hovland, Will Zalatoris, Cameron Tringale & Sepp Straka 25:00 - Group 4: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im, Seamus Power & Keith Mitchell 27:40 - Group 5: Scottie Scheffler, Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood & Ian Poulter 30:50 - Group 6: Justin Thomas, Kevin Kisner, Marc Leishman & Luke List 34:00 - Group 7: Xander Schauffele, Tony Finau, Lucas Herbert & Takumi Kanaya 37:30 - Group 8: Dustin Johnson, Max Homa, Matthew Wolff, Mackenzie Hughes 40:00 - Group 9: Bryson DeChambeau, Talor Gooch, Lee Westwood & Richard Bland 45:20 - Group 10: Louis Oosthuizen, Paul Casey, Corey Conners & Alex Noren 48:45 - Group 11: Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott, Justin Rose & Keegan Bradley 49:00 - Group 12: Billy Horschel, Thomas Pieters, Tom Hoge & Min Woo Lee 54:20 - Group 13: Tyrrell Hatton, Daniel Berger, Si Woo Kim & Christiaan Bezuidenhout 56:45 - Group 14: Joaquin Niemann, Kevin Na, Russell Henley & Maverick McNealy 59:20 - Group 15: Abraham Ancer, Webb Simpson, Brian Harman & Bubba Watson 59:55 - Group 16: Brooks Koepka, Shane Lowry, Harold Varner III & Erik van Rooyen 1:04:35 - Sia's Narrative Lineup Of The Week --- Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts and exclusive content, visit youtube.com/FirstCutPodcast 'First Cut' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow @FirstCutPod on Twitter and Instagram Follow our crew on Twitter: @KylePorterCBS, @mark_immelman, @RickRunGood, @therealGFD, @TheCoachrules, @jacob_hallex You can listen to First Cut on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of The First Cut Golf podcast." For more golf coverage from CBS Sports, visit cbssports.com/golf/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Birdies & Bourbon
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | Austin Country Club | Austin, TX | Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty Review

Birdies & Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 75:25


World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | Austin Country Club | Austin, TX | Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty Review Congrats to Sam Burns on winning the Valspar Championship. The tournament came down to the wire Sunday with Justin Thomas, Davis Riley, Matthew NeSmith and Matthew Fitzpatrick all in the running for the title. We chat Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, Bryson DeChambeau, Tiger Woods and more. We're heading to Austin Country Club in Austin, TX for the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play event. The field is full of great players on the PGA Tour including Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland, Patrick Cantlay, Dustin Johnson, Daniel Berger, Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Tyrrell Hatton, Paul Casey, Louis Oosthuizen, Jordan Spieth and more. Can Xander Schauffle continue on his hot play and gain a victory? Can Dustin Johnson bounce back from his recent play and gain another victory? Will Billy Horschel continue his strong play and defend his title with a victory? We break down the field and predictions on the show. The Birdies & Bourbon team chat World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play Fantasy strategy and predictions at Austin Country Club in Austin, TX. We chat through the PGA DFS strategies for the event using Fantasy National stats. We first chat Austin Country Club in Austin, TX conditions, history, weather and everything you need to know about the strategy for the tournament. We chat strategy for DraftKings, FanDuel and Sportsbook picks. The tournament has a strong field with top players teeing it up. We had a blast chatting through the field and strategies. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support

GolfTalk Live
Tropical Breezes at Sawgrass

GolfTalk Live

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 43:46


On this episode our panel of golf experts dive into the wild week at TPC Sawgrass - the stellar play of Cam Smith, the drama of a ball drop, the heartbreak of Paul Casey's luck and should #17 be redesigned? We debate. Finally, its St. Patrick's Day this week - you know Brendan Elliottt is celebrating.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 644: Rules Fiascos in PLAYERS Championship

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 36:34


In this episode, Hank Haney opens up sharing his thoughts on Cameron Smith's gutsy shots on 17 and 18 in the Players Championship. Then Hank investigates the rules fiascos involving Paul Casey, Keegan Bradley and Daniel Berger. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Shotgun Start
Cam's breakout, Saturday's massacre, Redesigning the 17th, and requiem for Gold Boy

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 70:46


This Monday night episode reacts to the wild, interminable 2022 Players Championship. Andy and Brendan begin with Cameron Smith's biggest career win to date, and exactly how he got it done with perfection in some areas and, well, some relatability in others. There are not a lot of kind words for conservative Paul Casey, even though he did catch a crap break. The drama around Viktor Hovland confronting Daniel Berger over his drop at 16 is also reviewed. Anirban Lahiri is praised as the anti-Paul/Pat Casey. Then they get to Saturday, taking on the complaints about an inequitable draw on the tee sheet and an inequitable hole in the island 17th. They revel in the type of shotmaking it produced and praise the journey that may have produced a less-than-ideal leaderboard come Sunday. At the end, Gold Boy is given one last round of applause, while Collin Morikawa gets a critique, and the topic of redesigning of the 17th is given one more pass.

Birdies & Bourbon
Valspar Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) | Palm Habor, FL | Winning Time Review

Birdies & Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 71:22


Valspar Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) | Palm Habor, FL | Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty Review Congrats to Cameron Smith on winning The PLAYERS Championship. The tournament came down to the wire Sunday with Anirban Lahiri, Paul Casey, Kevin Kisner and Keegan Bradley making a run for the title. We chat Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, Bryson DeChambeau, Tiger Woods and more. We're heading to Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) in Palm Habor, FL for the Valspar Championship. The field is full of great players on the PGA Tour including Louis Oosthuizen, Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Viktor Hovland, Shane Lowry, Sam Burns, Webb Simpson, Tyrrel Hatton, Paul Casy, Xander Schauffle and more. Can Xander Schauffle continue on his hot play and gain a victory? Can Dustin Johnson bounce back from his recent play and gain another victory? Will Sam Burns continue his strong play and defend his title with a victory? We break down the field and predictions on the show. The Birdies & Bourbon team chat Valspar Championship Fantasy strategy and predictions at Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) in Palm Habor, FL. We chat through the PGA DFS strategies for the event using Fantasy National stats. We first chat Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) in Palm Habor, FL conditions, history, weather and everything you need to know about the strategy for the tournament. We chat strategy for DraftKings, FanDuel and Sportsbook picks. The tournament has a strong field with top players teeing it up. We had a blast chatting through the field and strategies. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support

Sky Sports Golf Podcast
Cam Smith survives a brutal five days at Sawgrass

Sky Sports Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 55:24


James Haddock and Zane Scotland joined Josh to look back on an exciting Players Championship. They discuss the tough conditions over the weekend and question if the course was unplayable at times. They review Cam Smith's final round and talk about the performances of Paul Casey and Anirban Lahiri.

You're Still Out Golf Podcast
You're Still Out Golf Podcast - Episode 79 - Deep Dive on the TPC, College Golf & Fairway Files

You're Still Out Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 77:53


The clocks moved forward an hour, the golf moved forward a day, our pets' heads are falling off and this YSO episode is complete chaos as the boys jump back to the studio after an all-day excursion to Chalk to take a deep dive into The Players Championship and Cam Smith's big win! It was mainly about the weather early on in the pod discussion, as Mother Nature did a number on some of the best players in the world which had some golfers questioning the "playability" on Saturday, especially on the famous (infamous) 17th there at Sawgrass. The guys discuss Vik's poor chipping, Paul Casey's incredibly unlucky break, and DJ's back-door top 10 and record-tying round on Monday. The guys also quickly pop in on the LPGA while in Thailand, some college golf with the OSU Cowboys, and a little local golf on the "Fairway Files" where JT toots his own horn (shocker). All that, and so much more on this special TPC recap discussion on the YSO podcast!! @ysogolf @sports_prose @ScottyG21 @DirtyBirdiesDFS @chalkokc https://fantasysportsprose.com/ https://chalkokc.com/

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show
The Last Survivor-Fairways of Life w Matt Adams-Tue March 15

Fairways of Life with Matt Adams Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 39:22


After a wild finish at the Players Championship, hear from the winner Cam Smith as well as all of the players who came oh so close (including Paul Casey, Anirban Lahiri, Viktor Hovland, and Keegan Bradley)

Encouragement Engineering
The Encouragement Engineering podcast with Paul Casey

Encouragement Engineering

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 33:20


The Encouragement Engineering podcast offers listeners the ability to combat the negativity that inundates our daily lives with a positive perspective and positive actions. Our guest today is Paul Casey. Paul is a professional speaker for over 25 years and certified coach and is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives. Through his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, their habits, and their lives with daily inspirational growth messages. Paul is an author of 5 books and his newest book titled: Leading through the Dark Waters of Conflict. Paul also a podcast host of two podcasts; TheTri-Cities Influencer” & “Grow Forward Today where is gets to interview influential leaders that share their knowledge. Listen as we discuss: “Over Owning” Values Possibility Focus Growth Website: www.growingforwardservices.net LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauldcasey/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrowingForwardServices Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/growingforwardservices/ Be sure to follow The Encouragement Engineering podcast at https://encouragementengineer.com or https://bobbrummspeaks.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Voice of Influence
227: Voice of Influence Five Year Anniversary

Voice of Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 14:00


It's the Voice of Influence Five Year Anniversary! In this Episode Andrea shares what she's learned on the journey. We would also love to have you listen to her interview with Paul Casey on the Grow Forward Today Podcast. Here are the links and notes for that interview. Apple Podcast Spotify Paul and Andrea discuss some of her roots and education, along with her business Voice of Influence. Then they dive into what makes a difficult conversation, why we must engage in them from time to time, and lots of ways to get to win-win when confrontation happens (when giving or receiving that feedback). Andrea shares her core message of voice = choice, and her memoir Unfrozen: Stop Holding Back and Release the Real You, along with her podcast Voice of Influence. Learn about how our Team Performance System and Personal Brand Strategy can Help You Serve Well and Sell More at  www.voiceofinfluence.net   Read the transcript here:   https://www.voiceofinfluence.net/227   Give and receive feedback that makes a difference! Register for our 20 minute Deep Impact Method video course here:  www.voiceofinfluence.net/deepimpact

Birdies & Bourbon
THE PLAYERS Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | TPC Sawgrass | Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

Birdies & Bourbon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 91:34


THE PLAYERS Championship Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | TPC Sawgrass | Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Congrats to Scottie Scheffler on winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The tournament came down to the wire Sunday with Viktor Hovland, Billie Horschel and Rory McIlory making a run for the title. We chat Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, Bryson DeChambeau, Tiger Woods and more. We're heading to TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL for the THE PLAYERS Championship. The field is full of great players on the PGA Tour including Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Viktor Hovland, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Patrick Cantlay, Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffle, Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Smith, Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris, Daniel Berger, Louis Oosthuizen, Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau, Scottie Scheffler, Sungjae Im, Tyrell Hatton, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Marc Leishman, Adam Scott, Billy Horschel, Sam Burns, Max Homa, Talor Gooch, Russell Henley, Jason Kokrak, Paul Casey and more. Can Jon Rahm continue on his hot play and gain a victory? Can Rory McIlory bounce back from his recent play and gain another victory? Will Viktor Hovland continue his strong play and defend his title with a victory? We break down the field and predictions on the show. The Birdies & Bourbon team chat THE PLAYERS Championship Fantasy strategy and predictions at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. We chat through the PGA DFS strategies for the event using Fantasy National stats. We first chat TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL conditions, history, weather and everything you need to know about the strategy for the tournament. We chat strategy for DraftKings, FanDuel and Sportsbook picks. The tournament has a strong field with top players teeing it up. We had a blast chatting through the field and strategies. Cheers. Apparel for the show provided by turtleson. Be sure to check them out online for the new season lineup at https://turtleson.com/ Thanks to Fantasy National Golf Club for providing the stat engine for the show. They can be found at https://www.fantasynational.com The Neat Glass. Be sure to check out The Neat Glass online at theneatglass.com or on Instagram @theneatglass for an improved experience and use discount code: bb10 to receive your Birdies & Bourbon discount. Thank you for taking the time listen to the Birdies & Bourbon Show for all things PGA Tour, golf, gear, bourbon and mixology. Dan & Cal aim to bring you entertaining and informative episodes weekly. Please help spread the word on the podcast and tell a friend about the show. You can also help by leaving an 5-Star iTunes review. We love to hear the feedback and support! Cheers. Follow on Twitter & Instagram ( @birdies_bourbon) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support

A Cup of Confidence with Erin Rector

Episode Summary:In today's episode of A Cup of Confidence, we are joined by special guest Paul Casey, Owner of Growing Forward Services. He teaches his clients how to become successful leaders through communication and self-assessments. He also shares his knowledge of behavioral style studies and how they can help you understand the balance of personalities. This episode is fun and knowledgeable! You don't want to miss it - stay tuned!Thanks for Listening:Thanks so much for listening to my podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!Subscribing to The Podcast:If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can follow the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also give Cup of Confidence a follow on your favorite podcast app.Leave Us an Apple Podcasts Review:Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.Guest Bio:Paul Casey is the Owner of Growing Forward Services. Paul has a Master's degree in education and has been an educator/administrator/Chief Operating Officer in 5 non-profit organizations. He has coached leaders for over 3,300 hours. He is an ACC-certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, a Master Trainer, and a member of the National Speakers Association. He was honored as an Entrepreneur of the Year in the Tri-Cities in 2021. Paul has been a professional speaker for over 25 years (giving almost 300 presentations in the past four years). He is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives. Through his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, habits, and their lives.  Currently, Paul carries out his mission of sparking breakthrough success by contributing daily inspirational growth messages on local radio, other people's podcasts, and social media. Also, he has inspired thousands of individuals and leaders to grow forward through his seminars, team-building off-site retreats, one-to-one self-leadership coaching, and as a keynote speaker. Paul has written five books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted, Leading with Super-Vision, and his newest book: Leading through the Dark Waters of Conflict. He interviews local leaders in his podcast: the Tri-Cities Influencer and national leaders on his podcast: Grow Forward Today.Links:Website:www.growingforwardservices.netFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrowingForwardServices/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauldcasey/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/growingforwardservices/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrcwf1OZsLc4P85DvRvJaGATwitter: https://twitter.com/growingfwd

Tri-Cities Influencer Podcast with Paul Casey
Tri-Cities Influencer: Jet Richardson

Tri-Cities Influencer Podcast with Paul Casey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 39:34


00:00:06.600 --> 00:00:24.810 Paul Casey: it's a great day to grow forward thanks for joining me today's episode with jet Richardson he's executive director of habitat for humanity here in the tri cities and a fun fact about jet well, he said he's allowed sneezer jet tell us more about that. 2 00:00:26.970 --> 00:00:28.530 Jet's iPhone: I don't know if there's much. 3 00:00:28.560 --> 00:00:30.180 Jet's iPhone: More to actually tell you. 4 00:00:31.920 --> 00:00:33.870 Paul Casey: You could show no no don't do that. 5 00:00:34.440 --> 00:00:34.890 People. 6 00:00:36.390 --> 00:00:42.570 Jet's iPhone: People off often quite surprised and it's a, it is a family trait, so I will. 7 00:00:43.830 --> 00:00:48.120 Jet's iPhone: throw my turn my dad under the bus here a little bit and I get it from him. 8 00:00:49.890 --> 00:00:50.160 Paul Casey: wow. 9 00:00:52.380 --> 00:00:57.480 Paul Casey: Alright well we'll dive in with jet after checking in with our tries to the influencer sponsor. 10 00:00:58.950 --> 00:01:02.670 Paul Casey: Thank you for your support of leadership development in the tri cities. 11 00:01:03.420 --> 00:01:19.710 Paul Casey: Well, welcome Jeff I was privileged to meet you way back in 1995 where I was an elementary principal at liberty Christian school, it was even before that was the vice principal the first year I moved and I think you were in seventh grade so it's been a while. 12 00:01:21.420 --> 00:01:23.580 Jet's iPhone: That was a long time ago, yes yeah. 13 00:01:24.420 --> 00:01:25.590 Paul Casey: Look at you now. 14 00:01:27.330 --> 00:01:28.890 Jet's iPhone: i'm not much taller but. 15 00:01:30.990 --> 00:01:36.330 Jet's iPhone: I think I have done some things that are a bit different or unexpected since then. 16 00:01:37.110 --> 00:01:41.910 Paul Casey: Yes, well help our tri city influencers get to know you tell us about. 17 00:01:43.260 --> 00:01:48.600 Paul Casey: What habitat does tell us what you do for 80% of your day all that stuff. 18 00:01:49.470 --> 00:01:50.550 Jet's iPhone: yeah so. 19 00:01:51.600 --> 00:02:03.510 Jet's iPhone: habitat for humanity tri county partners is the official name of our local affiliate here we're located primarily in tri cities, but we do work. 20 00:02:04.020 --> 00:02:15.840 Jet's iPhone: And walla walla as well and and, quite frankly, our geographical service area sorry geographic servicer is all of Benton Franklin and walla walla counties. 21 00:02:16.770 --> 00:02:32.370 Jet's iPhone: So we have a lot of work ahead of us, currently we've been in the tri cities we've been operating as an affiliate for 26 years but we've only really worked and Pascoe ritual and and kennewick and walla walla. 22 00:02:33.960 --> 00:02:45.090 Jet's iPhone: We would love to expand that influence to the outer parts of our counties someday and looking forward to figuring out how to do that habitats mission. 23 00:02:45.900 --> 00:03:04.350 Jet's iPhone: is seeking to put god's love into action habitat for humanity brings people together to build homes communities and hope and our vision is that everyone in the tri county area would have a decent place to call home. 24 00:03:05.550 --> 00:03:06.360 Jet's iPhone: We don't. 25 00:03:07.500 --> 00:03:18.540 Jet's iPhone: We don't give homes away people partner with us to purchase the homes, we provide every discount that we can to make them as affordable as possible. 26 00:03:19.770 --> 00:03:22.380 Jet's iPhone: For low income families in our in our area. 27 00:03:23.940 --> 00:03:29.700 Jet's iPhone: But that's the mission and that's the vision that we are trying to carry out here locally. 28 00:03:30.780 --> 00:03:40.200 Paul Casey: What I love about the vision is it's so big you know I think big visions should be big that it makes it just draws us for like that everyone has. 29 00:03:40.590 --> 00:03:49.320 Paul Casey: A great place to live right and it's just like man, if you worked every second of every day, it would still be this big vision that you'd still be shooting for so. 30 00:03:49.380 --> 00:03:53.670 Jet's iPhone: We hope we certainly hope to work ourselves out of a job yeah. 31 00:03:53.850 --> 00:03:54.240 Right. 32 00:03:55.440 --> 00:04:07.530 Jet's iPhone: And, but what's the point in doing this, if you still have people who are homeless or housing insecure in some way or another, we there's still a lot of work to do. 33 00:04:08.490 --> 00:04:14.670 Paul Casey: Here here so you're an executive director, what do you spend 80% of your day doing. 34 00:04:15.960 --> 00:04:20.850 Jet's iPhone: Oh, I I probably spend 80% of my day asking other people how to be an executive director. 35 00:04:24.180 --> 00:04:25.470 Jet's iPhone: it's a very humble answer. 36 00:04:27.210 --> 00:04:43.470 Jet's iPhone: I, I will say I I probably spend 80% of my day learning, though in some way, shape or form i'm I feel like i'm constantly learning or re educating myself on what I think are good practices for urban planning housing. 37 00:04:45.210 --> 00:04:57.870 Jet's iPhone: i'm learning, who are people and other organizations that habitat needs to somehow partner with in the Community, or at the State level or even at the federal level. 38 00:04:59.220 --> 00:05:03.000 Jet's iPhone: Constantly researching grant opportunities. 39 00:05:04.560 --> 00:05:05.850 Jet's iPhone: opportunities that would. 40 00:05:07.290 --> 00:05:20.130 Jet's iPhone: increase the affordable ness of homes that we're that we're doing and and then asking people to be a part of that so yeah i'd say 80% of my job is is is learning how to do it. 41 00:05:21.180 --> 00:05:22.440 Jet's iPhone: in some way, shape or form. 42 00:05:22.710 --> 00:05:26.160 Paul Casey: Great answer yes and so why do you love what you do. 43 00:05:27.870 --> 00:05:28.350 Jet's iPhone: hmm. 44 00:05:29.610 --> 00:05:30.090 Jet's iPhone: I think I. 45 00:05:31.230 --> 00:05:39.870 Jet's iPhone: I want to I you know, I was looking at that question earlier and I think it's a real privilege to love what you do. 46 00:05:41.220 --> 00:05:53.460 Jet's iPhone: I don't think it's something that everybody experiences or is experiencing, currently, especially in this in this current era where job job security. 47 00:05:54.570 --> 00:05:56.040 Jet's iPhone: and employment has been. 48 00:05:57.150 --> 00:06:00.510 Jet's iPhone: Just all over the map, so to say so. 49 00:06:01.860 --> 00:06:08.460 Jet's iPhone: To love what you do I think it's a huge privilege and to have something to do it's a huge. 50 00:06:09.690 --> 00:06:10.770 Jet's iPhone: blessing in itself. 51 00:06:12.240 --> 00:06:12.720 Jet's iPhone: So. 52 00:06:14.130 --> 00:06:17.700 Jet's iPhone: So I, as I was thinking about that you know why really. 53 00:06:19.020 --> 00:06:20.760 Jet's iPhone: kind of stands out because. 54 00:06:23.790 --> 00:06:25.530 Jet's iPhone: I love, what I do. 55 00:06:27.810 --> 00:06:34.140 Jet's iPhone: Because it's something that I think I find just inspiring and motivating. 56 00:06:35.280 --> 00:06:42.720 Jet's iPhone: To see people come together to be a part of building a better community. 57 00:06:44.160 --> 00:06:54.660 Jet's iPhone: And at the same time working for an organization like habitat it's a triple win you know it's it's it's a win for. 58 00:06:56.130 --> 00:07:09.180 Jet's iPhone: The people that we serve who want to get out of subsidized Rentals and into affordable home ownership create wealth and opportunity for their children and their grandchildren. 59 00:07:10.050 --> 00:07:28.800 Jet's iPhone: it's a win for the communities that we are constantly evaluating and looking for ways to make sure that everybody moves forward and upward and it's a win, for I think myself just to be a part of that and to be a part of the staff. 60 00:07:30.060 --> 00:07:37.080 Jet's iPhone: And people who feel similarly similarly passionate about the issue of housing. 61 00:07:38.490 --> 00:07:44.850 Paul Casey: yeah I can hear your gratefulness coming through in that answer I can hear your passion for the mission which is. 62 00:07:45.480 --> 00:07:55.080 Paul Casey: What you want from any nonprofit executive leader, because it just spills out into like I said, the staff and the families and the Community so love that. 63 00:07:55.650 --> 00:08:06.630 Paul Casey: So Jen and your journey to be where you are today what have you learned from previous bosses supervisors that could be good or bad that you keep in mind today, while you lead. 64 00:08:08.820 --> 00:08:16.080 Jet's iPhone: that's a really good question um i've had my share of bosses over the years. 65 00:08:17.490 --> 00:08:21.810 Jet's iPhone: And i've had like you said, good and bad ones, I think we all have. 66 00:08:23.520 --> 00:08:34.170 Jet's iPhone: Even if, even if they weren't explicitly bad bosses you've had bosses that weren't as great as others you've had favorite people to work for and people that you just work with you know. 67 00:08:37.050 --> 00:08:46.230 Jet's iPhone: As I think about what the good bosses or the bosses in my life that I have the most respect for and. 68 00:08:47.490 --> 00:09:05.190 Jet's iPhone: How I feel that I have taken that experience and to my own managerial role is recognizing that their success sorry the people that work for me that report to me their success. 69 00:09:06.600 --> 00:09:20.250 Jet's iPhone: is not a zero sum game their success is not mean my failure if they say that they if they succeed and move away or move on to bigger and better things. 70 00:09:20.700 --> 00:09:30.750 Jet's iPhone: outside of the role or the job that they have right now it's not a failure on my part, that is, that is awesome to be able to cultivate. 71 00:09:31.650 --> 00:09:39.900 Jet's iPhone: relationships with people and develop skills and other people that they can then take on to more opportunities for themselves bigger and better. 72 00:09:40.290 --> 00:09:51.690 Jet's iPhone: and exciting things for them that's a huge success that's something that not all my bosses felt, you know they they felt some of my bosses previously felt like. 73 00:09:52.560 --> 00:10:02.610 Jet's iPhone: They needed to keep me in a role, because it was good, it looks good for them, but they didn't want to see much growth, they just wanted to see that. 74 00:10:02.940 --> 00:10:04.590 Jet's iPhone: job was getting done. 75 00:10:05.130 --> 00:10:11.910 Jet's iPhone: And then they went on themselves to bigger and better things and just kind of leave you behind and so. 76 00:10:13.230 --> 00:10:15.720 Jet's iPhone: What I what i've taken away was that. 77 00:10:16.740 --> 00:10:21.840 Jet's iPhone: I want to see the people that work for me achieve more than me. 78 00:10:23.820 --> 00:10:26.460 Jet's iPhone: Because that's that's. 79 00:10:27.630 --> 00:10:29.340 Jet's iPhone: that's success that I can. 80 00:10:30.570 --> 00:10:36.420 Jet's iPhone: I can really be proud of, so I think looking for opportunities with people. 81 00:10:38.250 --> 00:10:44.910 Jet's iPhone: To try new things to develop skills really understand what motivates them and what. 82 00:10:46.050 --> 00:10:55.170 Jet's iPhone: Their goals are so that I can, if I can play a part in helping them achieve that I think that's it's just very rewarding. 83 00:10:56.490 --> 00:10:57.030 Jet's iPhone: and 84 00:10:58.050 --> 00:11:13.740 Jet's iPhone: i'm surprised, as I look back over my bosses that that that that is rare doesn't wasn't always the case, but I had a few and honestly I believe that's partly why I felt the confidence to go after this role. 85 00:11:14.910 --> 00:11:22.050 Jet's iPhone: And to be doing what i'm doing now is because they cultivated that success in me. 86 00:11:23.250 --> 00:11:30.780 Paul Casey: Well, so good yeah I don't think people should be in a leadership role my personal opinion is shouldn't be in a leadership role if they don't have. 87 00:11:31.200 --> 00:11:38.910 Paul Casey: The growth and development of their people as one of their primary functions, I really believe that we have to help our people get better. 88 00:11:39.210 --> 00:11:44.760 Paul Casey: So you're right when that day comes when they move on to some other green pasture maybe it's greener. 89 00:11:45.330 --> 00:11:58.680 Paul Casey: That we we have set them up for success and we smile and cheer them on as they leave because they have become better under our watch, then they came in and it wasn't just a stepping stone. 90 00:11:59.040 --> 00:12:05.220 Paul Casey: And an endurance that we just got through another day together, but we were very intentional in that and leadership. 91 00:12:06.930 --> 00:12:18.210 Paul Casey: So leaders, also have to fire themselves up because every day you're out in front you're the face of the organization, where do you go jet for inspiration as a leader to fire yourself up. 92 00:12:20.880 --> 00:12:23.850 Jet's iPhone: I really wish I had a better answer for this. 93 00:12:25.800 --> 00:12:26.490 Jet's iPhone: I think. 94 00:12:30.060 --> 00:12:31.110 Jet's iPhone: In order to. 95 00:12:32.940 --> 00:12:38.760 Jet's iPhone: inspire myself for habitat and at this epic pass via the executive director. 96 00:12:39.900 --> 00:12:45.600 Jet's iPhone: it's important for me to be in contact and to work with other executive directors from around the state. 97 00:12:48.090 --> 00:12:50.940 Jet's iPhone: hearing what they're working on what their challenges are. 98 00:12:52.770 --> 00:12:58.560 Jet's iPhone: It allows me opportunity to learn and inform sometimes. 99 00:12:59.790 --> 00:13:07.230 Jet's iPhone: I think there are there are affiliate leaders that I can offer some solutions to or guidance or and then other times and most likely. 100 00:13:08.040 --> 00:13:26.070 Jet's iPhone: they're offering that for me and and it's a it's a reminder that the mission like you said is big and it's bigger than our affiliate it's bigger than our State actually and our country what habitats trying to do around the world. 101 00:13:27.420 --> 00:13:44.250 Jet's iPhone: Is a huge undertaking, and I think, making sure that I have some regular connection with other people that are serving at the same capacity level that I am is important, just to not get burnt out. 102 00:13:46.200 --> 00:13:50.460 Jet's iPhone: But to remind myself, that there are there are many, many other people. 103 00:13:51.840 --> 00:13:56.970 Jet's iPhone: engaged in this work and who have stories of inspiration that. 104 00:13:58.470 --> 00:13:59.130 Jet's iPhone: are good for me. 105 00:14:00.420 --> 00:14:11.730 Paul Casey: yeah because it's stories of inspiration pull us up even their frustrations, we can commiserate with like oh other people struggle to not just me i'm not struggling here by myself. 106 00:14:12.150 --> 00:14:14.040 Paul Casey: and ideas get traded. 107 00:14:14.310 --> 00:14:21.060 Paul Casey: that's why I love mastermind groups I think you're in one with some executive directors, that I know of as well. 108 00:14:21.720 --> 00:14:29.850 Paul Casey: As well as in your industry with habitat and other affiliate directors so tries to the influencer listeners if you're not in some kind of group. 109 00:14:30.360 --> 00:14:47.430 Paul Casey: Where people at your level your role within your industry or just across industries gather, I would say form one make a group invite some friends keep each other accountable keep each other pumped up and you'll you'll look forward to those meetings each and every month. 110 00:14:49.170 --> 00:15:01.770 Paul Casey: And then jet there's the continuous improvement aspect I know you're a learner and so you have to set the tone and leadership for learning what are you currently working on yourself to better yourself. 111 00:15:03.810 --> 00:15:04.200 Jet's iPhone: I think. 112 00:15:05.220 --> 00:15:05.820 Jet's iPhone: i'm. 113 00:15:07.080 --> 00:15:13.650 Jet's iPhone: dive into more specifically, some of the things that I i'm learning about one of those areas is. 114 00:15:16.710 --> 00:15:19.950 Jet's iPhone: In the area of racial reconciliation. 115 00:15:21.210 --> 00:15:34.560 Jet's iPhone: You know tri cities i've well i've lived i've had the opportunity to live in many urban environments, bigger than the tri cities, other countries and continents. 116 00:15:35.880 --> 00:15:50.130 Jet's iPhone: And one of the things that I don't think i've ever really thought very carefully about or critically about is what is the racial diversity of our own community here locally and. 117 00:15:51.840 --> 00:15:56.370 Jet's iPhone: I think it was became very pertinent this last year and a half. 118 00:15:57.420 --> 00:16:02.400 Jet's iPhone: As the racial reconciliation conversation has you know sparked. 119 00:16:03.600 --> 00:16:06.990 Jet's iPhone: Many, many, many debates and just. 120 00:16:08.010 --> 00:16:23.310 Jet's iPhone: passionate conversations all over the country, what does that mean for us locally and we're not exempt from it, what but what does that look like, and so one of the things that i've just been trying to read up and better understand is. 121 00:16:25.050 --> 00:16:27.540 Jet's iPhone: This is what does that mean here. 122 00:16:28.650 --> 00:16:31.710 Jet's iPhone: habitat for humanity's very existence. 123 00:16:32.940 --> 00:16:38.160 Jet's iPhone: started in rural Georgia, you know 50 years ago and. 124 00:16:39.450 --> 00:16:49.320 Jet's iPhone: It was along those lines of racial reconciliation and how do we, how does how, how do communities, provide for. 125 00:16:50.250 --> 00:16:57.120 Jet's iPhone: People and create opportunity for those that need it, the most and those that need it, the most in Georgia at that time, where the sharecroppers. 126 00:16:57.660 --> 00:17:17.640 Jet's iPhone: So habitats existence its roots is in racial reconciliation and then never really thought about that aspect of the organization and its mission until this last year and a half and wanting to better understand how does that How does that applied to us locally. 127 00:17:19.110 --> 00:17:34.770 Jet's iPhone: Who are who are the people that we are are trying to serve and what does that look like and not to shy away from the conversation, but actually just try to educate myself a little bit more, so that we can come up with. 128 00:17:35.880 --> 00:17:40.500 Jet's iPhone: Collaborative approaches to address, whatever the situation is. 129 00:17:41.250 --> 00:17:49.740 Paul Casey: so good, and I think we have tri cities recently in the fall had a diversity equity inclusion conference I don't know if you went to that. 130 00:17:50.580 --> 00:17:56.220 Paul Casey: But I heard, I heard good things that it's one of the ways this area is trying to do what you're doing, which is so good. 131 00:17:56.490 --> 00:18:11.070 Paul Casey: Not just go back to your organization's roots and pull that forward into the present here in tri cities, but like you said to not shy away from the discussion, but to learn, even if you don't feel like an expert on it just keep learning about it, so that you can be a part of the discussion. 132 00:18:14.010 --> 00:18:27.480 Paul Casey: How do you balance and integrate family time personal time jet you know work as a nonprofit executive could take up every minute of your day and week So how do you give that priority time. 133 00:18:27.930 --> 00:18:35.610 Paul Casey: To work so that family doesn't suffer and families, so that work doesn't suffer it's probably not an easy answer, but what are you currently trying. 134 00:18:37.980 --> 00:18:44.040 Jet's iPhone: Honestly, Paul this isn't a struggle for me I I I. 135 00:18:45.150 --> 00:18:52.620 Jet's iPhone: I love the work and I realized that it doesn't always fit the standard nine to five. 136 00:18:54.300 --> 00:19:00.360 Jet's iPhone: date, you know typical work week that other jobs have but. 137 00:19:01.860 --> 00:19:02.700 Jet's iPhone: The balance. 138 00:19:02.760 --> 00:19:15.990 Jet's iPhone: For me, is is in boundaries it's when i'm home i'm home that's that's where I I turn off that's where I unwind I don't I try not to check my email too much unless. 139 00:19:16.680 --> 00:19:18.090 Jet's iPhone: i'm waiting on something that. 140 00:19:18.150 --> 00:19:29.910 Jet's iPhone: needed my response you know when i'm home it's that's it i'm i've never been one that works well from home I work better from you this. 141 00:19:30.450 --> 00:19:48.030 Jet's iPhone: And so, this whole I think the bigger challenge has been you know in our current environment with everyone, preferring to work from home how do I get my staff to come back to the office to work with me here because that's where I work better when i'm when i'm at the office. 142 00:19:48.300 --> 00:19:48.840 Jet's iPhone: working. 143 00:19:49.170 --> 00:19:51.630 Jet's iPhone: And when i'm when i'm at home i'm relaxing. 144 00:19:53.490 --> 00:20:02.850 Jet's iPhone: So, having those boundaries, I think, is really important for me to achieve that that balance but, honestly, it hasn't been. 145 00:20:04.230 --> 00:20:11.160 Jet's iPhone: It really hasn't been an issue you know, maybe there, maybe i'm maybe that's a blind spot that I need to think about and talk to my board. 146 00:20:12.180 --> 00:20:13.650 Jet's iPhone: If they feel like I haven't gotten a. 147 00:20:13.920 --> 00:20:14.490 response. 148 00:20:15.780 --> 00:20:16.710 Jet's iPhone: times but. 149 00:20:17.220 --> 00:20:24.750 Jet's iPhone: To be honest, it's it's boundaries and it's also it's also staffing, you know I, I have a staff that. 150 00:20:25.890 --> 00:20:38.940 Jet's iPhone: is amazing, and they do their jobs well and I don't have to worry about little things if I know that they're taking care of it, you know they're they're doing their job they're doing it well. 151 00:20:40.470 --> 00:20:52.290 Jet's iPhone: And, and things are getting done, even if i'm not watching them and so when i'm when I can when I leave the office, I can I can turn my brain off a little bit and and just relax. 152 00:20:53.160 --> 00:21:01.050 Paul Casey: I applaud your great boundaries, because the work will still be there tomorrow and most things that we make urgent are truly urgent so. 153 00:21:01.380 --> 00:21:12.450 Paul Casey: I really applaud that and I think you're right on that the best work life balance is a great staff or a great team wrapped around you at which you can empower to keep doing great things and. 154 00:21:12.870 --> 00:21:26.340 Paul Casey: You recharge your batteries, so you can stay out in front so yeah totally totally applaud that and I want to talk more about your team, but let's uh let's pause before we head into that next question and give a shout out to our sponsor. 155 00:21:29.700 --> 00:21:36.270 Paul Casey: So Jeff let's talk about hiring and retaining great employees, probably more pertinent today than ever before, how. 156 00:21:36.660 --> 00:21:47.430 Paul Casey: what's your process or the organization's process for attracting great talent and then what are you trying to do intentionally in the workplace, so that employees, want to stay with you. 157 00:21:51.120 --> 00:21:53.910 Jet's iPhone: Well, if someone has figured this out, please let me know. 158 00:21:56.070 --> 00:21:57.840 Paul Casey: you're supposed to have all the answers for. 159 00:21:59.850 --> 00:22:00.600 Jet's iPhone: Certainly. 160 00:22:00.690 --> 00:22:07.980 Jet's iPhone: Certainly, do not have all the answers in this area, but it is a pertinent question because we are in the hiring process right now. 161 00:22:07.980 --> 00:22:08.310 Paul Casey: For. 162 00:22:08.700 --> 00:22:10.170 Jet's iPhone: For two key positions. 163 00:22:11.580 --> 00:22:12.120 Jet's iPhone: and 164 00:22:14.040 --> 00:22:20.100 Jet's iPhone: This will be since i've been at the in the role here, probably the fourth or fifth person i've i've hired. 165 00:22:21.630 --> 00:22:27.030 Jet's iPhone: And what i've learned through that process is to manage expectations early. 166 00:22:28.680 --> 00:22:29.760 Jet's iPhone: it's really. 167 00:22:30.900 --> 00:22:34.620 Jet's iPhone: You know it's it's a it's a, you have the job description. 168 00:22:36.570 --> 00:22:52.050 Jet's iPhone: In front of you, and you know you put that out as as and post it and people are applying to it, and I think what's common in every single nonprofit job description i've ever read is the very last point additional duties as we acquire. 169 00:22:53.820 --> 00:22:55.800 Paul Casey: The most important one yeah. 170 00:22:55.890 --> 00:23:03.000 Jet's iPhone: which you know automatically I think this last hiring round I just took that last bullet and moved it to the top. 171 00:23:04.200 --> 00:23:04.620 Jet's iPhone: First. 172 00:23:04.680 --> 00:23:05.340 Jet's iPhone: first thing. 173 00:23:07.080 --> 00:23:16.740 Jet's iPhone: But, but it it it speaks to I think the bigger challenge of managing expectations, you know we are an affiliate. 174 00:23:17.880 --> 00:23:22.050 Jet's iPhone: Locally with about eight to 10 full time equivalent staff. 175 00:23:23.970 --> 00:23:32.070 Jet's iPhone: we're not large by any means and but we're not we're not the smallest in the state, but it means that we all wear multiple hats. 176 00:23:32.220 --> 00:23:43.380 Jet's iPhone: And we all do, different things, and as someone proves themselves, efficient and effective and in a in a capacity that we didn't expect well that's a new job for them, you know. 177 00:23:44.370 --> 00:23:45.150 Jet's iPhone: it's a. 178 00:23:45.270 --> 00:23:56.850 Jet's iPhone: it's it's but it's about for me it's about managing expectations, so that people realize that you know what we do isn't. 179 00:23:57.900 --> 00:24:15.600 Jet's iPhone: limited to our job descriptions that it, it has we all have a bigger role beyond our job description and so to not shy away from from what that means taking on responsibilities, you might not have expected to take on, but being able to do that graciously and. 180 00:24:16.650 --> 00:24:25.140 Jet's iPhone: and positively, you know that's that's important one of the things I think, for us, though, is a lot of people don't realize. 181 00:24:26.610 --> 00:24:28.920 Jet's iPhone: habitats connection to the faith community. 182 00:24:29.940 --> 00:24:30.900 Jet's iPhone: Our background. 183 00:24:31.950 --> 00:24:43.350 Jet's iPhone: In our very inception, was it with two two missionaries in a pastor in southern Georgia and that that aspect of our mission seeking to put god's love and action has. 184 00:24:43.920 --> 00:24:54.330 Jet's iPhone: permeated everything that we do, but I feel a lot of people don't realize that and so sometimes they come into the role and it's like oh I didn't know that this. 185 00:24:54.900 --> 00:25:05.460 Jet's iPhone: organization was like that and and and it, it can make some people uncomfortable if they're not prepared for it so that's that's one of those aspects of managing expectations, making sure. 186 00:25:05.850 --> 00:25:13.170 Jet's iPhone: That everybody that comes into the organization is clear on what we're about and what we do and why we do it it's. 187 00:25:13.680 --> 00:25:17.730 Jet's iPhone: it's certainly not to limit or isolate anybody, but. 188 00:25:18.930 --> 00:25:20.250 Jet's iPhone: it's one of those things where. 189 00:25:21.360 --> 00:25:26.580 Jet's iPhone: If everyone understands the job description and the mission fully. 190 00:25:27.750 --> 00:25:28.170 Jet's iPhone: Then. 191 00:25:29.760 --> 00:25:48.930 Jet's iPhone: If you want to be a part of the team then great there's a role for you, and if not, we hope that you find the role that the job or the organization that fits for you, better, but from the very beginning, from day one from when they the first interview starts there yeah. 192 00:25:48.960 --> 00:25:55.620 Paul Casey: being very clear with the why the vision, the mission, if you want to align with us we're going this direction. 193 00:25:56.160 --> 00:26:00.300 Paul Casey: Jim Collins always talked about getting the right seat people in the right seats on the on the bus. 194 00:26:00.840 --> 00:26:06.840 Paul Casey: So huge and I do a seminar on giving and receiving feedback constructively. 195 00:26:07.260 --> 00:26:20.340 Paul Casey: And I my definition of feedback is calibrating expectations, just two words so you talked about managing expectations, because that's where the conflict, usually happens on a team is I thought. 196 00:26:20.730 --> 00:26:35.550 Paul Casey: I was supposed to do this, you thought I was supposed to do this, and now we have a conflict so as a leader, if we can manage that make it as clear as possible and keep people updated along the way there's a good chance we're going to have less of that unnecessary conflict. 197 00:26:36.990 --> 00:26:47.370 Paul Casey: How do you feel about delegation jet is that a struggle for you, is it something that comes naturally any tips on delegation that you've learned, while you've been in the Leader chair. 198 00:26:47.970 --> 00:26:49.710 Jet's iPhone: I love telling people what to do. 199 00:26:51.300 --> 00:26:51.600 Paul Casey: Okay. 200 00:26:51.630 --> 00:26:52.890 Jet's iPhone: next question, not a problem. 201 00:26:56.190 --> 00:27:15.900 Jet's iPhone: Well, no it's it's it's I think it's something that I rely on quite a bit like I said we're a small staff, and we all have our job descriptions, or maybe we should say our job suggestions of like this is the idea that we all went books, but the flexibility to do other things. 202 00:27:17.220 --> 00:27:23.760 Jet's iPhone: means that I can I can assign tasks that come up rather randomly or unexpectedly. 203 00:27:24.780 --> 00:27:27.900 Jet's iPhone: To two people that I know that they'll get done. 204 00:27:30.690 --> 00:27:40.500 Jet's iPhone: One thing, though I I try to keep in mind, as I delegate anything is Am I delegating something that I wouldn't be willing to do myself. 205 00:27:42.540 --> 00:27:59.400 Jet's iPhone: And if I find that that's the case, then I I don't delegate that task, I hope that if you ever talked to any of my staff, they would say he's never asked me to do something that he hasn't done or been willing to do himself. 206 00:27:59.460 --> 00:28:00.570 Paul Casey: Yes, yes. 207 00:28:00.630 --> 00:28:09.690 Jet's iPhone: um, so I think, then, with that thought in mind, as I, as I delegate some sometimes I think people don't like to delegate because. 208 00:28:11.370 --> 00:28:20.610 Jet's iPhone: they're afraid that the task won't get done well, or to their standards and that's to me that's a communication problem, not. 209 00:28:21.090 --> 00:28:23.100 Jet's iPhone: A or Anna micromanaging problem. 210 00:28:23.280 --> 00:28:32.550 Jet's iPhone: If you have a staff that you trust and have experienced success with then it's no problem delegating things to them, because you know the job will get done well. 211 00:28:34.080 --> 00:28:41.490 Jet's iPhone: And if it doesn't then it was probably a communication error from my part so it's a learning point there another learning opportunity there. 212 00:28:41.880 --> 00:28:48.090 Paul Casey: yeah donation equals good I mean good communication is essential part of good delegation. 213 00:28:48.720 --> 00:29:04.080 Jet's iPhone: Right, but then for me to delegate, something I can confidently say i've done this, I know what you got to do like I can help you with it, but you got this you know it's it's a task that I. 214 00:29:05.550 --> 00:29:18.690 Jet's iPhone: I i've done and I i'm i'm not shirking the responsibility by giving it to you, but actually i'm still do that you can do this well so that's that's kind of the difference there feel. 215 00:29:19.830 --> 00:29:32.490 Jet's iPhone: When it comes to delegation is is really just being mindful of what i'm asking someone to do, and this is something that I wouldn't ask someone that I if it's something that I haven't done or wouldn't do myself and why am I, asking them to do it. 216 00:29:34.650 --> 00:29:38.010 Jet's iPhone: it's it's important, I think, to understand that about myself. 217 00:29:38.640 --> 00:29:45.390 Paul Casey: yeah that's delegation isn't dumping and that's what often people do and they're not willing to do it themselves so it's leading by example. 218 00:29:45.870 --> 00:29:57.510 Paul Casey: And being a servant leader, which you're illustrating with that so we're learning that about you jet and also that if you're proficient in your organization, we reward you with more work no just kidding. 219 00:30:00.210 --> 00:30:01.770 Paul Casey: The duties as assigned right. 220 00:30:02.700 --> 00:30:03.570 Jet's iPhone: Oh yeah I think. 221 00:30:04.590 --> 00:30:05.730 Jet's iPhone: that's true but. 222 00:30:07.170 --> 00:30:11.160 Jet's iPhone: you're responsible with with the little things you'll be possible with. 223 00:30:12.180 --> 00:30:14.820 Paul Casey: Oh it's so good, I think that's in the Bible somewhere. 224 00:30:15.810 --> 00:30:16.050 Jet's iPhone: that's. 225 00:30:16.290 --> 00:30:24.510 Paul Casey: Good that's good well Jeff Finally, what advice would you give to new leaders or anyone who wants to keep growing and gaining more influence. 226 00:30:30.300 --> 00:30:34.410 Jet's iPhone: wow I consider myself a new leader too so. 227 00:30:36.420 --> 00:30:40.020 Jet's iPhone: it's for me the answer to this is a little bit of the blind leading the blind. 228 00:30:41.010 --> 00:30:43.890 Paul Casey: From one leader to another one right or another yeah. 229 00:30:44.730 --> 00:30:45.660 Jet's iPhone: I, I think. 230 00:30:46.920 --> 00:30:49.320 Jet's iPhone: What comes to mind is focusing on your impact. 231 00:30:52.320 --> 00:30:53.880 Jet's iPhone: You know humility. 232 00:30:55.770 --> 00:31:02.550 Jet's iPhone: I think oftentimes humility is equated with meekness and when I when I think of focusing on my impact from a. 233 00:31:04.110 --> 00:31:07.920 Jet's iPhone: standpoint of humility, it means, am I doing everything that I like. 234 00:31:09.060 --> 00:31:18.870 Jet's iPhone: If you draw a circle on a piece of paper everything inside that circle as me what I can do what what I can achieve and my filling that circle completely. 235 00:31:19.050 --> 00:31:23.160 Jet's iPhone: that's still that's humility, I think, as. 236 00:31:23.700 --> 00:31:25.200 Jet's iPhone: I truly understand it. 237 00:31:25.620 --> 00:31:27.540 Jet's iPhone: oftentimes we think of meekness. 238 00:31:29.790 --> 00:31:44.490 Jet's iPhone: And connection to humility and so there's like are you focusing on your impact, are you are you focusing on what you can do and what you can achieve are you challenging yourself to make that circle bigger but still fill it completely. 239 00:31:45.600 --> 00:31:57.960 Jet's iPhone: When we start to focus on on things outside of that circle, you know that that then becomes I think arrogant and also starts to stretch us in ways that we're not ready. 240 00:31:59.790 --> 00:32:11.490 Jet's iPhone: And may not be able to handle so so focusing on your sphere of impact your circle of impact what you can do and how you can achieve it and do it well, I think, is really important. 241 00:32:12.570 --> 00:32:17.040 Jet's iPhone: and defining again those boundaries of what is inside and what is outside of that circle. 242 00:32:19.980 --> 00:32:21.840 Paul Casey: So good so good, I feel. 243 00:32:22.050 --> 00:32:24.390 Jet's iPhone: that's probably that's where I would start. 244 00:32:25.050 --> 00:32:40.680 Paul Casey: fill the circle and anything outside of that circle often becomes a worry to it could be arrogance like you said, but it can also be worried because it's out of my control or yeah it's not in its not in my sphere of influence so yeah. 245 00:32:40.770 --> 00:32:42.120 Paul Casey: I think that go ahead. 246 00:32:42.540 --> 00:32:45.180 Jet's iPhone: 111 thing that that comes from is. 247 00:32:46.230 --> 00:33:06.420 Jet's iPhone: My experience with habitat so far, you know we we focus on people who are we focused on helping families and individuals in the Community that fall between 30% and 60% area of media income medium area median income sorry I don't know why that was difficult for me to say, but we often. 248 00:33:07.920 --> 00:33:11.190 Jet's iPhone: Get lumped into the organizations that are working on housing. 249 00:33:12.930 --> 00:33:23.910 Jet's iPhone: Beyond that spectrum so particularly housing for homeless individuals experiencing immediately immediate need for housing and urgency. 250 00:33:24.960 --> 00:33:30.360 Jet's iPhone: And people coming out of transitional housing or started people needing transitional housing coming out of. 251 00:33:31.320 --> 00:33:52.290 Jet's iPhone: The prisons or recovery programs things like that nature everybody needs a place to live, everyone needs a place to call home habitat is best suited for people between 30 and 60 and up sometimes up to 80% higher median income, and we should be supportive of organizations that do others. 252 00:33:53.310 --> 00:33:56.670 Jet's iPhone: But it is not our responsibility to fix those problems. 253 00:33:56.790 --> 00:33:57.090 yep. 254 00:33:58.710 --> 00:33:59.160 Jet's iPhone: and 255 00:33:59.220 --> 00:34:03.330 Jet's iPhone: And I think so that's where it's being humble and what you know you can do. 256 00:34:03.540 --> 00:34:04.110 Jet's iPhone: But doing it. 257 00:34:04.920 --> 00:34:16.470 Paul Casey: yeah staying on mission for sure well Jeff How can our listeners best connect with you and your local the local affiliate here of habitat. 258 00:34:16.920 --> 00:34:18.360 Jet's iPhone: know my DEMO handle. 259 00:34:21.960 --> 00:34:24.510 Paul Casey: So what he's saying is he needs donations. 260 00:34:25.440 --> 00:34:26.190 Jet's iPhone: Just kidding. 261 00:34:27.510 --> 00:34:39.000 Jet's iPhone: Obviously we're online habitat builds calm is the website for our local affiliate here and our social media on Facebook, is the same handle. 262 00:34:40.380 --> 00:34:49.500 Jet's iPhone: But yeah feel free to stop by we have a we have a great store for DIY projects, then you can learn more about the mission there. 263 00:34:49.800 --> 00:35:07.980 Jet's iPhone: What we're doing feel free to fill out a volunteer application and come out to the site where we're working in Pascoe right now, and hopefully in other parts of the Community and the greater counties, as we try to seek to impact people beyond just the tri cities. 264 00:35:09.390 --> 00:35:14.580 Paul Casey: Well, thanks again Jeff for all you do to make the tri cities, a great place and keep leading well. 265 00:35:15.750 --> 00:35:16.470 Jet's iPhone: Thank you for. 266 00:35:17.250 --> 00:35:27.240 Paul Casey: Let me wrap up our podcast today with a leadership resource to recommend and i've just redesigned my website now I haven't obviously I hire better people. 267 00:35:27.810 --> 00:35:36.090 Paul Casey: To do that i'll put in a plug for spotted fox digital here in the tri city, so if you haven't been over to my website Paul casey.org. 268 00:35:36.510 --> 00:35:53.400 Paul Casey: I encourage you to go over there there's some free resources there there's some ones that my books are on that site and some other tools, you can see, the other services, I offer would love for you to just check it out and give your give your comments on Paul casey.org. 269 00:35:55.620 --> 00:36:05.430 Paul Casey: Again this is Paul Casey and I want to thank my guest jet Richardson from habitat for humanity tri county partners for being here today on the tri cities influencer podcast. 270 00:36:05.820 --> 00:36:15.330 Paul Casey: We want to thank our sponsor and invite you to support them, we appreciate you making this possible, so that we can collaborate to help inspire leaders in our Community. 271 00:36:15.870 --> 00:36:20.790 Paul Casey: Finally, one more leadership tidbit for the road to help you make a difference in your circle of influence. 272 00:36:21.120 --> 00:36:37.530 Paul Casey: it's from Tony Robbins he said, the higher your energy level, the more efficient your body, the more efficient in your body, the better you feel and the more you will use your talent to produce outstanding results so until next time kg F keep growing forward.

Juxtaposed Journeys
Paul Casey's Journey with Time Management and Goal-Setting

Juxtaposed Journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:12


This episode covers Paul Casey, who's the mind behind Growing Forward Services. GFS is an organization that focuses on helping both corporate and individual clients change their habits and mindset in order to be more productive, while staying true to core values and giving attention to the things that matter most in life. . Paul has written four books that include The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You've Always Wanted and Leading with Super-Vision. He also interviews local leaders on his podcast The Tri-Cities Influencer. . The conversation ranges from what got Paul interested in time management tactics, to the process of getting his book from mind onto paper (or in one instance a napkin) and several tactics he implements in his life in order to accomplish the goals he sets for himself. With the new year approaching, I feel like there's no better time than now to start thinking about our own goals for 2022, and maybe even use some of Paul's tactics in order to get them accomplished. . Paul's Website: www.paulcasey.org . Control My Calendar Checklist: https://takebackmycalendar.com/ . LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauldcasey/ . Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrowingForwardServices . Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/growingforwardservices/ . John Maxwell Overview: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_C._Maxwell . John Maxwell Website: https://www.johnmaxwell.com/ . Interested in being featured in a future episode? Find Juxtaposed Journeys on PodMatch and request an interview, or send an e-mail to juxtaposedjourneys@gmail.com for further inquiries.

The 966
Saudi Arabia's stock market to IPO, shale gas in Saudi Arabia, and economic optimism with guest co-host Fahad Almaliki

The 966

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 43:01


1:31 - A significant number of entertainment and other events in Riyadh this winter has transformed the Saudi capital. The hosts discuss the significant changes ongoing in Riyadh as the city hosts "Riyadh Season." The grouping of events as part of a massive season-long entertainment push has Saudis traveling from all over the country to visit the capital, as guest co-host Fahad Almaliki attested. Saudi Arabia's Riyadh Season has welcomed more than 4.5 million visits in a month, according to the Saudi Press Agency. The season also generated more than 122,000 jobs.7:50 - A rundown of all the Saudi-related golf news this week. Saudi Arabia's annual golf tournament got some big names to commit this week. The Saudi International, which is hosted at the really beautiful Royal Greens golf club in Saudi Arabia, got commitments from Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson, Tommy Fleetwood, Abraham Ancer, Paul Casey, Sergio, Kokrak...This is a who's who of golf. This is interest that can be fairly described as "overwhelming" from some of the top names in the sport. The PGA has 30 days before to not allow the players to play...or face a fine. Saudi Arabia's moves in this sport are generating widespread interest. 10:55 - Saudi Arabia's Tadawul is set to IPO. It's just the latest in a hot streak for the Saudi bourse. Earlier this month Tadawul got approval for the IPO in what could be one of the biggest in the exchange sector since Euronext NV's $1.2 billion listing. This has been in the works for years, since at least 2016. Tadawul at that time hired HSBC to help with the listing, and has since replaced HSBC with Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., and SNB Capital as financial advisers and global coordinators for the IPO. The hosts get Fahad Almaliki's valuable take on this space.27:25 - Shale gas in...Saudi Arabia?We've talked a lot about Shale so far on this podcast, but mostly we've discussed U.S. shale. Saudi Arabia is making a shale gas play within the Kingdom's borders, on the Eastern province, The Jafurah shale field, according to several reports including one in SPGlobal.com. Saudi Aramco expects its Jafurah shale play to yield up to 2 Bcf/d of gas and contribute a significant amount of 418 MMcf/d of ethane and 630,000 boe/d of gas liquids and condensates by 2030.Aramco is really beginning to accelerate the company's development of unconventional resources.Just this week, Aramco awarded $10 billion dollars in EPC contracts for work at the field.35:15 - Saudi Arabia's growing economy and a year of optimism in 2022Economic forecasts are starting to congeal around the fact that the Saudi economy is set for a big year in 2022. The Saudi Government is forecasting growth at 7.5% in 2022. The World Bank says 4.9 percent. Jadwa Investment predicts 7 percent year-on-year growth.The consensus is not in the number but in the sentiment: the Kingdom is set for a pretty strong year economically, Omicron and other externalities notwithstanding...

The Addiction Podcast - Point of No Return
Paul Casey - Former Addict - In and Out of Prison - Teaching Others to Overcome Obstacles

The Addiction Podcast - Point of No Return

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 73:12


After spending almost 20 years struggling with addiction Paul finally made the conscious decision change. With 1 year left on his decade long prison stay he began to work on himself from the inside out. Through internal work and a shift in his mindset he has been able to stay clean while building a successful coaching business. Today he is able to help others become their best self though fitness, nutrition, and mindset coaching. Not only that but Paul has been able to share his story to others in need of guidance and help them see that they too can overcome horrendous situations and obstacles.

From The Rough
From The Rough - 9/29/21 - Ryder Cup Recap | Sanderson Farms Championship PGA Preview

From The Rough

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 49:17


Johnny, Chris, and Timm discuss the USA 2021 Ryder Cup victory over the weekend. They talk about the one-on-one matchups and discuss their Bust/Boom predictions for each member of the USA roster from last week. Presented by BetUS.com - Bet with the 3-Decade leader, BetUS! Join now for a 125% bonus or a 200% bonus with crypto. Use promo code DSP125 for bonus or DSP200 for crypto, and bet sports, casinos, horses, pop culture, & more at BetUS.com. You bet, you win, you get paid. BetUS.com - https://bit.ly/DSPMediaBetUS

From The Rough
From The Rough - 9/29/21 - Ryder Cup Recap | Sanderson Farms Championship PGA Preview

From The Rough

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 49:17


Johnny, Chris, and Timm discuss the USA 2021 Ryder Cup victory over the weekend. They talk about the one-on-one matchups and discuss their Bust/Boom predictions for each member of the USA roster from last week. Presented by BetUS.com - Bet with the 3-Decade leader, BetUS! Join now for a 125% bonus or a 200% bonus with crypto. Use promo code DSP125 for bonus or DSP200 for crypto, and bet sports, casinos, horses, pop culture, & more at BetUS.com. You bet, you win, you get paid. BetUS.com - https://bit.ly/DSPMediaBetUS

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
06-17-21 Segment 1 Another DFS Showdown and Fashion

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 54:03


Cardinals with the walk off victory. Weddings. Judaism. Iggy's outfits for the member/guest. StrodeCast. Tim's sleep. Doug ran a red light, no ticket though. Fun with moving violations. Iggy's whip had A/C issues, but the Mungenast boys save the day again because they are the best. Cookin' with Ken. Is Maryland Heights a part of north county? We are picking a 2nd team for the Mungenast DFS Showdown. Iggy takes Jason Kokrak, Corey Conners, Paul Casey, Tony Finau, Louis Oosthuizen, and Xander Schauffele. Doug selects Corey Conners, Richard Bland (who?), Zach Johnson, Brian Harman, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, and Will Zalatoris. Dickies and other ridiculous fashionwear.

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
06-16-21 Segment 3 DFS Showdown, Foreplay Pod, and EMOTD

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 34:02


Getting right into the Mungenast DFS Showdown. Iggy takes Matt Fitzpatrick, Paul Casey, Louis Oosthuizen, Corey Conners, Webb Simpson, and Xander Schauffele. Doug selects Abe Ancer, Jason Kokrak, JT Poston, Patrick Cantlay, Sergio Garcia, and Tommy Fleetwood. NBA on TNT. Iggy banty about Foreplay pod. EMOTD. 

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
05-19-21 Segment 2 DFS Showdown, Hoosiers, and Jeter

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 61:48


Ween Wednesday is so sick. Mungenast DFS Showdown. Iggy takes Keegan Bradley, Jason Kokrak, Charl Schwartzel, Paul Casey, Xander Schauffele, and Justin Thomas. Doug selects Patrick Reed, Rickie Fowler, Tyrrell Hatton, Justin Rose, Jon Rahm, and Ian Poulter. Caller Adam joins the program. Continuing the discussion of what defines the STL area. Do Hoosiers live in Ladue? Is smoking Hoosier? Deidre article about throuples. Cameo issues. Iggy talks DeLorean doc. New Jeter documentary coming in 2022. Is Jeter overrated? Iggy and Adriana Lima. 

Life After Addiction And Indictment
EP 22: Paul Casey – Vulnerability Is Your Greatest Strength

Life After Addiction And Indictment

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 51:42


Once your mindset transforms, everything on the outside will transform along with it. From inside a jail cell, Paul Casey's future looked bleak - until he found the resilience to write a new future with a fresh start. Today, Paul is the owner and coach of A Better You Fitness, a company through which he helps his clients find the same strength that carried him through his darkest moments. Paul stands on the idea that “If you want to be successful, you need to reach out for help.” He lends his story and his wisdom to anyone during his struggle. In this episode of Life after Addiction and Indictment, Paul and Steve break down Paul's road from rock bottom to unstoppable upward momentum. A broken family, disturbed childhood, drug addiction, imprisonment, and all other harrowing experiences made Paul a victim of his circumstances until the day he decided to embrace his vulnerability and reach out for support. Tune in for a life-changing interview that proves nothing is impossible for a willing heart.   What you will learn: What Paul found himself facing up to throughout his childhood, and how his mother served as his strongest support system Why the transition back to “ordinary” society can be incredibly challenging after a prison sentence How Paul translated his desire for personal development into intentional, impactful action And much more!   Favorite Quote: “There's no such thing as luck. Luck is just when preparation meets opportunity.” -   Paul Casey   Connect with Paul Casey Better Body Fitness The Inspired Way Podcast A Better You Fitness Community   How To Get Involved: Find Steve on Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram, or on the Life After Addiction and Indictment Facebook Group. Website: http://lifeafteraddictionandindictment.com Enjoyed the episode? Hop over to Apple Podcasts for more! Like and share to help spread the word. We appreciate your support—and we hope to return the favor. Leave a review to let us know what you want to hear from Steve next.