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Dead Men Walking Podcast
Phil Johnson: Still banned from Twitter!

Dead Men Walking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 43:57


This week Greg sat down with Phil Johnson. Phil is an editor, most famously editing almost all of Pastor John MacArthur's books, Pastor at Grace Community Church, and founder of The Spurgeon Archives, the Hall of Church History, and Pyromaniacs Blog . Greg and Phil discussed his banning from twitter, what the tweet contained, and why he is still banned almost four months later. They discussed how to respond to censorship, how to biblically navigate governmental tyranny, and how the next generation of families should view the future. Phil sat in for a segment of "Fresh 10" and Phil had some great answers to Greg's personal and unique questions. Enjoy! Covenant Real Estate: "Confidence from Contract to Close" Support the showBe sure to check out our merch store at www.dmwpodcast.com and follow us on all social media accounts @DeadMenWalkingPodcast Thanks for listening and be sure to tell a friend! All Glory to God!

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Bible Q&A Subtitle: Bible Q&A Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/1/2023 Length: 68 min.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
One Ambition: Simple Gifts

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 55:00


A new MP3 sermon from Founders Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: One Ambition: Simple Gifts Subtitle: 2023 Truth In Love Conference Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: Founders Baptist Church Event: Conference Date: 1/21/2023 Bible: Psalm 128 Length: 55 min.

Founders Baptist Church VIDEO
VIDEO: One Ambition: Simple Gifts

Founders Baptist Church VIDEO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023


A new VIDEO from Founders Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: One Ambition: Simple Gifts Subtitle: 2023 Truth In Love Conference Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: Founders Baptist Church Event: Conference Date: 1/21/2023 Bible: Psalm 128 Length: 55 min.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Bible Q&A Subtitle: Bible Q&A Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/8/2023 Length: 58 min.

The Pitmaster's Podcast
Phil Johnson aka Phil the Grill

The Pitmaster's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 73:57


We catch up with Phil the Grill and chat about his epic wins and his thoughts on Utah judges.  We talk about his restaurant and how to avoid turning in a KCBS box.  We get his secret to comp ribs (well, not really) and all things Phil the Grill.  

The End Time Blog Podcast
Episode 335: God is not talking to you

The End Time Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 11:45


I'm returning again to a familiar topic, because it's so prevalent and many sisters in Christ are being deceived by the notion that we can receive personal instructions from God through dreams and/or automatic writing. Here is encouragement that though those practices are demonic, and we should avoid them, we CAN trust that God IS involved in our lives, down to the smallest detail. J. C. Brown from his book The Oxford Group Movement: is it of God or of Satan? Phil Johnson explains in his great sermon, Providence IS Remarkable Doren Virtue & Jenn Nizza discuss automatic writing/channeling. https://youtu.be/6ReM8OxwXJ0 This episode is also available as a blog post: http://the-end-time.org/2023/01/11/god-is-not-talking-to-you/

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Shepherds Abiding in the Field

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 52:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Shepherds Abiding in the Field Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/25/2022 Bible: Luke 2:8-20 Length: 52 min.

Vision Church
THE PURPOSE OF FASTING | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 49:28


Why do we fast? It's something that is so beautiful but needs to be talked about. Pastor Phil shares on how Fasting is sacrifice because of value. Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Jack Michaels Show
1-3 Jack Michaels Show

Jack Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 47:09


We discuss Damar Hamlin and the postponement of Monday's Bills-Bengals game and what can be done going forward. Dr. Phil Johnson joins from the World Junior Hockey Touranament, and more on the first program of 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Mission First People Always's podcast
32. The Value of Emotional Intelligence with Phil Johnson

Mission First People Always's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 37:39


According to the The World Economic Forum, Emotional Intelligence is one of the top-ten, must-have job skills of the twenty-first century. And that doesn't surprise me in the least. Here's why…because the difference between success and failure as a leader often comes down to one's ability to relate to people. It's all about relationships. The lack of emotional intelligence is usually pretty easy to recognize. It's the manager that throws a tantrum when things don't go his way or is quick to throw one of his people under the bus in a meeting. It's the coworker who shares way too much at the wrong time, it's the leader who lacks empathy–asking you to sacrifice your family time, while he leaves early, and then claims the credit for your hard work. It's anyone who lacks the ability to control their emotions and have empathy for others. You will recognize it pretty quickly with most people–and let's hope that that person isn't a key stakeholder in your life or work. Most people readily recognize people who have emotional intelligence in abundance. They are authentic, they are usually good listeners, and they attract people to them–you just want to be around them because they bring out the best in others. They're safe. Our Guest To unpack the value of emotional intelligence, our guest today is Phil Johnson. Phil is an author and the creator of the Master of Business Leadership program which focuses on emotional intelligence. For the past 22 years, Phil has been an executive coach assisting executives and organizations to bet on themselves by developing better leaders and stronger teams with EQ. What You'll Learn On today's episode, we talk about What exactly is Emotional Intelligence? Is it something that people are born with or can it be developed? Just how important is it? Can you put an economic value on it? What's at risk if I don't have it? How do emotionally intelligence people inspire trust How a lack of emotional intelligence causes one to try to steal energy from others? How emotional intelligence helps me to connect to what really matters   Links for This Episode: Phil's Book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Phil-Johnson/author/B007P4UYJ6?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true Send Phil an Email: philjohnson@bell.net Book a meeting with Phil: https://calendly.com/mblcoach/chat-with-phil MBL Alumni Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjfc3tV87p03JMDOXqDu8tQ   Connect with Dr. Mike:  Website: https://www.drmikepatterson.com Book: https://www.missionfirstpeoplealwaysbook.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmichaellpatterson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrmikepatterson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drmikepatterson Buy The Book!: Mission First People Always   Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 What's inside today's episode 0:59 Get to know Phil Johnson 4:04 Why emotional intelligence is so important 8:20 The real power of self-awareness 11:29 What Energy Physics has to do with EQ  16:09 Finding a greater feeling than fear  19:06 How to find a greater purpose in your 9-5  21:14 How Phil Johnson help his clients 34:44 One thing you can do today to take back your energy 

A StoneWall's Perspective Podcast
StoneWall Clips: What is the Gospel with Phil Johnson

A StoneWall's Perspective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 2:33


A short clip of my interview with Phil Johnson: What is the Gospel?Alex Stone is joined by Phil Johnson and they discuss the Gospel, the importance of sharing it with the world, and lies that people believe about the Gospel. As Christians, we have a responsibility given by God to share the Gospel with the world, but people within the church are not fulfilling that calling.Full Interview: https://rumble.com/viwk3r-phil-johnson-what-is-the-gospel.htmlWhen you go to MyPillow.com/stonewall you can get a discount of UP TO 66% off your order!

Disruptive Successor Podcast
Episode 104 - Why Emotional Intelligence Matters More Than You Think with Phil Johnson

Disruptive Successor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 37:32


In this episode of The Disruptive Successor Show, Jonathan speaks with Phil Johnson, Founder of Master of Business Leadership Inc. Emotional intelligence is the ability to feel the fear and anxiety that changing innovation triggers in us and move through it towards what it is we're trying to achieve, as opposed to allowing that fear and anxiety to keep us trapped in our comfort zones.This definition is different from what most people think emotional intelligence is, which is the ability to read people and sense where they are coming from. However, both definitions are important in different ways. Phil explains that emotional intelligence can be developed and concludes that the benefits of doing so are immense. It can be compared to the growth of a penny doubling in value every day, which grows exponentially.The development of emotional intelligence is an important process that actually guarantees that individuals be successful in their careers and personal lives. Emotional intelligence is based on actions and experiences, and cannot be simply learned by reading or having conversations. Phil emphasizes the idea that emotional intelligence is more important than intellectual intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage emotions. It is important because it allows people to inspire others, make them feel safe, and manage their own emotions, an important quality for leaders to successfully lead their teams.He discusses the 3 primary sources of resistance that people need to change to develop emotional intelligence, with 2 being biological and 1 sociological: the amygdala, existing habits, and other people not wanting us to change. Phil teaches that unless a person has an emotional connection to the desired outcome that is greater than their fear, they will never leave their comfort zone and fall short of developing their emotional intelligence. HIGHLIGHT QUOTESPHIL: Emotional intelligence is developed through experiences"A development of emotional intelligence is an experiential process, so in other words, you can't develop emotional intelligence by having a conversation or reading a book or watching a video. Those are intellectual processes. The development of emotional intelligence is based on what you do. As a matter of fact, what you do will change what you think. Thinking doesn't change doing. Doing changes thinking."PHIL: Emotional intelligence development requires a desire for change that is greater than your fear"Unless you have an emotional connection to the desired result that's stronger than your fear, you won't be willing to do the emotional labor required to get those benefits. And quite frankly, most people don't have that level of emotional connection or pain to achieve better results."Connect with Phil and book a call with him in the following links:About PhilZoom calendarMBL Executive Alumni VideosIf you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com

Vision Church
THE GOOD FIGHT OF FAITH | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 42:45


Some people think they are supposed to fight the devil, Jesus already defeated him! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Managers Club
What is Emotional Intelligence & How to Increase EQ

Managers Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 22:01


We discuss emotional intelligence and how to improve your EQ with Phil Johnson, a coach, and authority on leadership and EQ. EQ is a potent tool that can aid in your leadership success. If you're interested in learning more about emotional intelligence, check out this video! We'll discuss everything you need to know about emotional intelligence, from the definition to how to increase your EQ. By the end of this video, you'll have a better understanding of what emotional intelligence is and how you can use it to your advantage!

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Not So Radical

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 59:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Not So Radical Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/4/2022 Bible: Psalm 128 Length: 59 min.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Faith Seeking Assurance and Understanding

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 58:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Faith Seeking Assurance and Understanding Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/7/2022 Bible: Luke 7:18-35 Length: 58 min.

Entrepreneur Mindset-Reset with Tracy Cherpeski
EP 82: Master of Business Leadership with Phil Johnson

Entrepreneur Mindset-Reset with Tracy Cherpeski

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:45


In today's episode, I'm speaking with Phil Johnson, founder and CEO of Master of Business Leadership (MBL) and veteran tech executive. Phil overcame adversity as a kid when he was diagnosed with dyslexia when taught himself to learn differently. He has helped organizations generate more than $1.5B by teaching leaders how to improve their emotional intelligence. Phil shares how leaders can develop Emotional Intelligence, their EQ, and how that is more valuable than IQ, and anyone can develop EQ.  We discuss the value of leadership understanding and developing their EQ, and why that is important for provider-owners. You won't want to miss when he talks about resistance to change and our biological and sociological hardwiring.  He identifies our 3 primary sources of resistance to change as the following. The first two are biological, and the third is sociological: Amygdala - don't leave the safety of the cave. Fight, flight and freeze are at the mercy of fear. Existing habits - neural network pathways and their internal battle for dominance. Sociological resistance to change - people around us don't want us to change for fear of having to change themselves. Bio: Phil Johnson is founder and CEO of Master of Business Leadership (MBL) and veteran tech executive, who overcame adversity as a kid when he was diagnosed with dyslexia. Phil taught himself to learn differently. He has helped organizations generate more than $1.5B by teaching leaders how to improve their emotional intelligence. Find Phil: LinkedIn Schedule a call with Phil MBL LinkedIn Newsletter Connect With Us: Instagram  Schedule Strategy Session with Tracy Tracy's LinkedIn Business Page LinkedIn

Vision Church
THANKSGIVING | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 32:20


Thankfulness is an automatic position of humility! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Things Angels Inquire About

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 56:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Things Angels Inquire About Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/20/2022 Bible: 1 Peter 1:8-12 Length: 56 min.

Mises Media
Phil Johnson: Entrepreneurs Demonstrate A Special Emotional Intelligence

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Business success goes beyond numbers and planning and finance acumen. There's an emotional component to it, ranging from the courage to make decisions without knowing the outcomes in an uncertain future, to the resilience of weathering storms and coping with unanticipated crises. There is also, of course, the joy of achievement and goal-attainment. There's a concept identified as emotional intelligence that individuals and teams can cultivate as an element of a mental model that's well-aligned with business performance and positive business outcomes. Knowledge Capsule The entrepreneurial method is to pursue change, but people's natural attitude is to resist change. We have an inbuilt, biological resistance to change. It triggers fear and anxiety that get in the way of moving towards the change that we seek. In addition to this emotional resistance, we develop habits that keep us in the status quo, and present another barrier to behavioral change. We all must fight an internal battle between our old habits and desired new habits. Entrepreneurs develop a special emotional intelligence that motivates action. Entrepreneurs are in the business of making change. They can overcome the natural emotional and behavioral barriers because they have a highly developed emotional intelligence. They have such an emotional relationship with their vision of a successful outcome for their efforts that they can overcome fearful restraints and resistance to change. They are especially highly motivated to take action. It's their emotion that drives action, not intellect. Emotional intelligence is much more influential in business success than IQ. A 40-year study at UC Berkeley found that EQ (emotional intelligence) is 400% more powerful than IQ in predicting which individuals would have success in their field. Private companies like PepsiCo and Apple have uncovered similar findings in their internal studies. High emotional intelligence not only releases personal energy and creativity, but it also results in higher levels of interpersonal trust and shared engagement with others. With high emotional intelligence, we are driven to help others to enjoy better experiences as well as to advance out of our own comfort zones to access new areas of achievement. The consequence of achieving high levels of emotional intelligence is higher levels of trust and engagement in business, and, thereby, better business results. Everyone can improve their emotional intelligence and benefit from its compounding effect. We are pretty much born with our IQ — we can't increase it. But everyone can raise their level of emotional intelligence. Not only that, but emotional intelligence is a compounding asset — we can raise it and raise it again and keep on raising, so long as we work at it. Part of the equation is personal energy management. Phil Johnson identifies personal energy as the core element at the heart of the power of emotional intelligence. We “give our energy away” when we permit others to disrupt our emotional flow — make us annoyed or angry or resentful or frustrated. As a consequence, we feel the need to “steal energy from others” by getting the better of them or by exercising a command-and-control management style. The net result is strife, dissension, and misalignment — where team or corporate energy is wasted. We can avoid this waste by cultivating emotional intelligence. There are high-ROI habits, practices and skills that help to build emotional intelligence. Happily, we can practice some of the habits and skills that develop and demonstrate emotional intelligence. One such habit is authentic listening: when we take criticism personally, we give away energy. So, if we eliminate all personal inner-directed emotion from our reception of comments and suggestions from others, we can utilize all the experience and knowledge that's shared with us for betterment and improvement. Don't resist, don't judge. Don't let attachment to our own preferences get in the way of receiving input. Don't raise walls. We have no personal interest in what others think of us, only in the information they can impart, which might be useful The other side of the coin is authentic communication: be sure that all the content of our communication is factual and positively motivating and designed to be helpful to others, strengthening trust and engagement. If we develop a consistent reputation for authentic communication, we'll raise engagement (and Gallup reports that employee engagement is at a very low level today, which is a great cost to economic productivity). In addition to habits and practices, Phil Johnson urges us to commit to the emotional labor of recognizing our own fears, biases, and status quo preferences, and to establish an emotional distance between our motivations to action and our ego-based fear. It's emotional labor that pays interest — it has a high ROI. Emotional intelligence releases the power of intuition, and creates a state of flow. When we fear making decisions, we try to rationalize those decisions, to seek objectivity and lower uncertainty. When we distance ourselves from fear, we can unleash intuition — that decision-making capability that is beyond our understanding and comes from our unconscious brain. Intuition takes over more and more as we master emotional intelligence. We make choices that are not intellectual — we go beyond our intellectual ability. Emotional intelligence takes us to a flow state. We get away from thinking and move towards intuitive doing, beyond our comfort zone beyond our fear and anxiety. Additional Resources Phil Johnson on LinkedIn: Mises.org/E4B_197_LinkedIn Phil Johnson's Zoom Calendar: Mises.org/E4B_197_Zoom Videos from alumni of Phil Johnson's MBL (Master Of Business Leadership) Program: Mises.org/E4B_197_MBL UC Berkeley Study, EQ>IQ: Mises.org/E4B_197_Paper

Interviews
Phil Johnson: Entrepreneurs Demonstrate A Special Emotional Intelligence

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Business success goes beyond numbers and planning and finance acumen. There's an emotional component to it, ranging from the courage to make decisions without knowing the outcomes in an uncertain future, to the resilience of weathering storms and coping with unanticipated crises. There is also, of course, the joy of achievement and goal-attainment. There's a concept identified as emotional intelligence that individuals and teams can cultivate as an element of a mental model that's well-aligned with business performance and positive business outcomes. Knowledge Capsule The entrepreneurial method is to pursue change, but people's natural attitude is to resist change. We have an inbuilt, biological resistance to change. It triggers fear and anxiety that get in the way of moving towards the change that we seek. In addition to this emotional resistance, we develop habits that keep us in the status quo, and present another barrier to behavioral change. We all must fight an internal battle between our old habits and desired new habits. Entrepreneurs develop a special emotional intelligence that motivates action. Entrepreneurs are in the business of making change. They can overcome the natural emotional and behavioral barriers because they have a highly developed emotional intelligence. They have such an emotional relationship with their vision of a successful outcome for their efforts that they can overcome fearful restraints and resistance to change. They are especially highly motivated to take action. It's their emotion that drives action, not intellect. Emotional intelligence is much more influential in business success than IQ. A 40-year study at UC Berkeley found that EQ (emotional intelligence) is 400% more powerful than IQ in predicting which individuals would have success in their field. Private companies like PepsiCo and Apple have uncovered similar findings in their internal studies. High emotional intelligence not only releases personal energy and creativity, but it also results in higher levels of interpersonal trust and shared engagement with others. With high emotional intelligence, we are driven to help others to enjoy better experiences as well as to advance out of our own comfort zones to access new areas of achievement. The consequence of achieving high levels of emotional intelligence is higher levels of trust and engagement in business, and, thereby, better business results. Everyone can improve their emotional intelligence and benefit from its compounding effect. We are pretty much born with our IQ — we can't increase it. But everyone can raise their level of emotional intelligence. Not only that, but emotional intelligence is a compounding asset — we can raise it and raise it again and keep on raising, so long as we work at it. Part of the equation is personal energy management. Phil Johnson identifies personal energy as the core element at the heart of the power of emotional intelligence. We “give our energy away” when we permit others to disrupt our emotional flow — make us annoyed or angry or resentful or frustrated. As a consequence, we feel the need to “steal energy from others” by getting the better of them or by exercising a command-and-control management style. The net result is strife, dissension, and misalignment — where team or corporate energy is wasted. We can avoid this waste by cultivating emotional intelligence. There are high-ROI habits, practices and skills that help to build emotional intelligence. Happily, we can practice some of the habits and skills that develop and demonstrate emotional intelligence. One such habit is authentic listening: when we take criticism personally, we give away energy. So, if we eliminate all personal inner-directed emotion from our reception of comments and suggestions from others, we can utilize all the experience and knowledge that's shared with us for betterment and improvement. Don't resist, don't judge. Don't let attachment to our own preferences get in the way of receiving input. Don't raise walls. We have no personal interest in what others think of us, only in the information they can impart, which might be useful The other side of the coin is authentic communication: be sure that all the content of our communication is factual and positively motivating and designed to be helpful to others, strengthening trust and engagement. If we develop a consistent reputation for authentic communication, we'll raise engagement (and Gallup reports that employee engagement is at a very low level today, which is a great cost to economic productivity). In addition to habits and practices, Phil Johnson urges us to commit to the emotional labor of recognizing our own fears, biases, and status quo preferences, and to establish an emotional distance between our motivations to action and our ego-based fear. It's emotional labor that pays interest — it has a high ROI. Emotional intelligence releases the power of intuition, and creates a state of flow. When we fear making decisions, we try to rationalize those decisions, to seek objectivity and lower uncertainty. When we distance ourselves from fear, we can unleash intuition — that decision-making capability that is beyond our understanding and comes from our unconscious brain. Intuition takes over more and more as we master emotional intelligence. We make choices that are not intellectual — we go beyond our intellectual ability. Emotional intelligence takes us to a flow state. We get away from thinking and move towards intuitive doing, beyond our comfort zone beyond our fear and anxiety. Additional Resources Phil Johnson on LinkedIn: Mises.org/E4B_197_LinkedIn Phil Johnson's Zoom Calendar: Mises.org/E4B_197_Zoom Videos from alumni of Phil Johnson's MBL (Master Of Business Leadership) Program: Mises.org/E4B_197_MBL UC Berkeley Study, EQ>IQ: Mises.org/E4B_197_Paper

Economics For Business
Phil Johnson: Entrepreneurs Demonstrate A Special Emotional Intelligence

Economics For Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Business success goes beyond numbers and planning and finance acumen. There's an emotional component to it, ranging from the courage to make decisions without knowing the outcomes in an uncertain future, to the resilience of weathering storms and coping with unanticipated crises. There is also, of course, the joy of achievement and goal-attainment. There's a concept identified as emotional intelligence that individuals and teams can cultivate as an element of a mental model that's well-aligned with business performance and positive business outcomes. Knowledge Capsule The entrepreneurial method is to pursue change, but people's natural attitude is to resist change. We have an inbuilt, biological resistance to change. It triggers fear and anxiety that get in the way of moving towards the change that we seek. In addition to this emotional resistance, we develop habits that keep us in the status quo, and present another barrier to behavioral change. We all must fight an internal battle between our old habits and desired new habits. Entrepreneurs develop a special emotional intelligence that motivates action. Entrepreneurs are in the business of making change. They can overcome the natural emotional and behavioral barriers because they have a highly developed emotional intelligence. They have such an emotional relationship with their vision of a successful outcome for their efforts that they can overcome fearful restraints and resistance to change. They are especially highly motivated to take action. It's their emotion that drives action, not intellect. Emotional intelligence is much more influential in business success than IQ. A 40-year study at UC Berkeley found that EQ (emotional intelligence) is 400% more powerful than IQ in predicting which individuals would have success in their field. Private companies like PepsiCo and Apple have uncovered similar findings in their internal studies. High emotional intelligence not only releases personal energy and creativity, but it also results in higher levels of interpersonal trust and shared engagement with others. With high emotional intelligence, we are driven to help others to enjoy better experiences as well as to advance out of our own comfort zones to access new areas of achievement. The consequence of achieving high levels of emotional intelligence is higher levels of trust and engagement in business, and, thereby, better business results. Everyone can improve their emotional intelligence and benefit from its compounding effect. We are pretty much born with our IQ — we can't increase it. But everyone can raise their level of emotional intelligence. Not only that, but emotional intelligence is a compounding asset — we can raise it and raise it again and keep on raising, so long as we work at it. Part of the equation is personal energy management. Phil Johnson identifies personal energy as the core element at the heart of the power of emotional intelligence. We “give our energy away” when we permit others to disrupt our emotional flow — make us annoyed or angry or resentful or frustrated. As a consequence, we feel the need to “steal energy from others” by getting the better of them or by exercising a command-and-control management style. The net result is strife, dissension, and misalignment — where team or corporate energy is wasted. We can avoid this waste by cultivating emotional intelligence. There are high-ROI habits, practices and skills that help to build emotional intelligence. Happily, we can practice some of the habits and skills that develop and demonstrate emotional intelligence. One such habit is authentic listening: when we take criticism personally, we give away energy. So, if we eliminate all personal inner-directed emotion from our reception of comments and suggestions from others, we can utilize all the experience and knowledge that's shared with us for betterment and improvement. Don't resist, don't judge. Don't let attachment to our own preferences get in the way of receiving input. Don't raise walls. We have no personal interest in what others think of us, only in the information they can impart, which might be useful The other side of the coin is authentic communication: be sure that all the content of our communication is factual and positively motivating and designed to be helpful to others, strengthening trust and engagement. If we develop a consistent reputation for authentic communication, we'll raise engagement (and Gallup reports that employee engagement is at a very low level today, which is a great cost to economic productivity). In addition to habits and practices, Phil Johnson urges us to commit to the emotional labor of recognizing our own fears, biases, and status quo preferences, and to establish an emotional distance between our motivations to action and our ego-based fear. It's emotional labor that pays interest — it has a high ROI. Emotional intelligence releases the power of intuition, and creates a state of flow. When we fear making decisions, we try to rationalize those decisions, to seek objectivity and lower uncertainty. When we distance ourselves from fear, we can unleash intuition — that decision-making capability that is beyond our understanding and comes from our unconscious brain. Intuition takes over more and more as we master emotional intelligence. We make choices that are not intellectual — we go beyond our intellectual ability. Emotional intelligence takes us to a flow state. We get away from thinking and move towards intuitive doing, beyond our comfort zone beyond our fear and anxiety. Additional Resources Phil Johnson on LinkedIn: Mises.org/E4B_197_LinkedIn Phil Johnson's Zoom Calendar: Mises.org/E4B_197_Zoom Videos from alumni of Phil Johnson's MBL (Master Of Business Leadership) Program: Mises.org/E4B_197_MBL UC Berkeley Study, EQ>IQ: Mises.org/E4B_197_Paper

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast
Things Angels Inquire About

Grace Church Ministries Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 63:14


Phil Johnson • 1 Peter 1:8–1:12 • GraceLife

Vision Church
SAME GOD, BETTER COVENANT | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 17:00


Jesus is the new covenant between God and man! God didn't change from the Old Testament to the New. The Covenant did! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Didache
Episode 86: Brian from Faith on Fire Attacks Susan Heck: She Responds

Didache

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 47:25


Brian, host of the Faith on Fire YouTube channel attacked me and Susan Heck last week. The attack on me was unsurprising, but his attack on Susan compelled me to respond to him. Now that I have returned from preaching in Madagascar, I wanted to give Susan an opportunity to speak for herself. Link to my initial response video from last week: https://odysee.com/@JustinPetersMinistries:2/my-response-to-faith-on-fire%27s-attack-on:f?r=BwXY9joXqbsqyvEbq8WefMKMrV23aueU Link to the upcoming conference at which I, Phil Johnson, and Susan will be speaking (the latter only to ladies): https://beulahbaptistwg.org ✅

Christian Podcast Community
Episode 86: Brian from Faith on Fire Attacks Susan Heck: She Responds

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 47:25


Brian, host of the Faith on Fire YouTube channel attacked me and Susan Heck last week. The attack on me was unsurprising, but his attack on Susan compelled me to respond to him. Now that I have returned from preaching in Madagascar, I wanted to give Susan an opportunity to speak for herself. Link to my initial response video from last week: https://odysee.com/@JustinPetersMinistries:2/my-response-to-faith-on-fire%27s-attack-on:f?r=BwXY9joXqbsqyvEbq8WefMKMrV23aueU Link to the upcoming conference at which I, Phil Johnson, and Susan will be speaking (the latter only to ladies): https://beulahbaptistwg.org ✅

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Contentment: Solving the Mystery of It

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 53:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Contentment: Solving the Mystery of It Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/30/2022 Bible: Philippians 4:10-13 Length: 53 min.

Vision Church
LEAVING EGYPT BEHIND | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:12


Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

TruthBeKnown
Ep.115 Liberalism, Feminism, LGBTQ, and the power of the Gospel: A conversation with Phil Johnson

TruthBeKnown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 57:34


Ep.115 Liberalism, Feminism, LGBTQ, and the power of the Gospel: A conversation with Phil Johnson In this episode, Nathaniel and Ekkie are joined by GTY's Phil Johnson. They discuss the current culture in terms of the challenges the church faces today and the solution to those challenges. To listen to Ekkie's Sermons, click HERE. To listen to Nathaniel's Sermons, click HERE. If you would like to support the ministry of Truthbeknown click HERE. (Make sure to select the “truthbeknown” option) Looking for cool gear? Shirts, Mugs, Hoodies, Etc. Click HERE. Email us at: truthbeknownpodcast@gmail.com Find us on Youtube Here.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
With Joseph in Prison

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 56:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: With Joseph in Prison Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/23/2022 Bible: Genesis 40 Length: 56 min.

Christian Podcast Community
Ep.115 Liberalism, Feminism, LGBTQ, and the power of the Gospel: A conversation with Phil Johnson

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 57:34


Ep.115 Liberalism, Feminism, LGBTQ, and the power of the Gospel: A conversation with Phil Johnson In this episode, Nathaniel and Ekkie are joined by GTY's Phil Johnson. They discuss the current culture in terms of the challenges the church faces today and the solution to those challenges. To listen to Ekkie's Sermons, click HERE. To listen to Nathaniel's Sermons, click HERE. If you would like to support the ministry of Truthbeknown click HERE. (Make sure to select the “truthbeknown” option) Looking for cool gear? Shirts, Mugs, Hoodies, Etc. Click HERE. Email us at: truthbeknownpodcast@gmail.com Find us on Youtube Here.

Vision Church
DISCERNING THE LORD'S TABLE | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 34:19


Jesus Christ is the Passover Lamb who was slain from the foundation of the world! There is so much power and love laced in his body and blood! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Christian Podcast Community
Squirrel Chatter! Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022


On Today's Show: Prayers from the Book of Common Prayer Scripture Reading from the Legacy Standard Bible Ezekiel 4-6 Psalm 82 John 2 Monday Meanderings on a Tuesday! Phil Johnson, Darrell Harrison, and Gregg Frazer on "Culture, the Government, and the C...

Vision Church
BETTER NOT BITTER | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 38:29


The beauty of Jesus is shown when what comes against us doesn't affect what is in us! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Vision Church
PROVIDING A RESTING PLACE | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 37:50


David said, "I will not give sleep to my eyes or slumber to my eyelids until I find a place for the Lord!" Jesus will not force himself on us, he desires us and wants to dwell with us! We must give him a resting place. Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Vision Church
WHICH PETER DO YOU IDENTIFY WITH? | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:48


We choose to identify with Jesus, not our fallen humanity! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Vision Church
OUR LIFE SOURCE | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 39:25


God desires a resting place, even when he is everywhere he desires to specifically move in places where he is given permission to rest! Jesus is our everything! Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
With Joseph in Prison

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 54:00


A new MP3 sermon from Trinity Bible Church of Dallas is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: With Joseph in Prison Subtitle: Journey Through Genesis Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: Trinity Bible Church of Dallas Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: Genesis 40 Length: 54 min.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
I Don't Believe in Atheists

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 57:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: I Don't Believe in Atheists Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/18/2022 Bible: Romans 1:18-21 Length: 57 min.

Think Out Loud
Portland clown festival takes audiences beyond the red nose

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 22:43


What began as an idea for a circus during the early days of the pandemic has now culminated into a three-week long clown festival that kicked off at the CoHo theater in Portland last Friday. From physical comedy to interactive improv and modern dance, audiences can experience more than a dozen performances showcasing local and international clowns, and learn the basics of theatrical clowning through a class taught by veteran performers. Phil Johnson is the program director at CoHo Productions. Sascha Blocker is a Portland-based actor, director and a member of the CoHo Clown Cohort. They join us to talk about the festival and getting audiences to see there's more to clowning than just the red nose.

Vision Church
LIVE TO FORGIVE | PASTOR PHIL JOHNSON

Vision Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 43:38


Jesus is our example! You cannot decide what comes against you, but you can decide what gets IN you. No matter what happens in life, we look to Jesus and live to forgive. Learn more about vision church at www.visionnwa.com

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
You are God's Building

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Life Church of Pryor is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: You are God's Building Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: Grace Life Church of Pryor Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/11/2022 Bible: Ephesians 3:14-21 Length: 57 min.

Wedding Business Solutions
Phil Johnson - Building your emotional intelligence

Wedding Business Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 38:36 Transcription Available


Every decision we make involves emotions, some more than others. When it comes to your business, and life, there are forces pulling you to stay where you are, don't change, and those are competing with your desire to move forward. It also can affect your business, in that when people trust you more, they will want to do business with you more. Phil Johnson has spent the last 20+ years studying and teaching Emotional Intelligence, which is not the same as intellectual intelligence. Listen to this episode for an engaging conversation that will help you understand emotional intelligence better, and some things you can do to improve yours!Connect with Phil:Phil Johnson, is the founder of the Master of Business Leadership program. To find out more about Phil, use these links:Subscribe to Phil's Master of Business Leadership Newsletter ==> https://lnkd.in/dqxVrFZKConnect with Phil on LinkedIn ==> https://www.linkedin.com/in/philipjpjohnson/If you have any questions about anything in this, or any of my podcasts, or have a suggestion for a topic or guest, please reach out directly to me at Alan@WeddingBusinessSolutions.com or visit my website Podcast.AlanBerg.comPlease be sure to subscribe to this podcast and leave a review (thanks, it really does make a difference). If you want to get notifications of new episodes and upcoming workshops and webinars, you can sign up at www.ConnectWithAlanBerg.com 

Escape From Vault Disney
Stepsister from Planet Weird

Escape From Vault Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 50:31


It's our fifth and final week of Patreon Request Month 2022, and the randomizer's going all the way back to the year 2000 to pick Scott's request for a Disney Channel movie about a family of sentient alien space bubbles whose planet falls under the tyrannical rule of an evil fascist sentient alien space bubble, forcing them to flee to Earth, where they take human form somehow, subsist on root beer and fear the wind...and somehow the movie is very, very, very boring. Join Tony Goldmark, Phil Johnson, Shoebox and Devo Spice as they argue on Facebook with their STEPSISTER FROM PLANET WEIRD! Check out my guests' stuff! PHIL JOHNSON Website: https://www.PhilJohnsonComedy.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/roadsidephil SHOEBOX Website: http://wormquartet.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/wormquartet DEVO SPICE Website: https://www.devospice.com Twitter:  https://twitter.com/devospice And check out this show on social media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/efvdpodcast Host's Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonygoldmark Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/972385353152531 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tonygoldmark Hear new episodes a day early by supporting this show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tonygoldmark 

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast
“The Value And Importance of Emotional Intelligence” featuring guest Phil Johnson

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 47:59


The StclairSpeaksshow is an interview format podcast show where I highlight and showcase professionals in business from across the world, we discuss topics from within their industry expertise and dive into their backstory on how they got to where they are today. https://www.thestclairspeaksshowpodcast.com/ About the guest Phil Johnson, Founder Master of Business Leadership Executive Program“The Value And Importance of Emotional Intelligence” For the past 21 years, Phil Johnson has been an executive coach helping executives and organizations to bet on themselves by developing their emotional intelligence. EQ is 400% more powerful than IQ! MBL members live in the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Japan, Germany, Bosnia, Africa, Australia, the Middle East, and Saudi Arabia.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
No Shadow of Turning: The Difficult Doctrine of Divine Impassibility

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 58:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: No Shadow of Turning: The Difficult Doctrine of Divine Impassibility Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 8/21/2022 Length: 58 min.

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio
Questions For Saints In Troublesome Times

Phil Johnson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 57:00


A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Questions For Saints In Troublesome Times Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 7/24/2022 Bible: Lamentations 3:37-39 Length: 57 min.

Pastor John MacArthur on SermonAudio
A Certain Uncertainty (Phil Johnson) (Selected Scriptures)

Pastor John MacArthur on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 59:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace to You is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Certain Uncertainty (Phil Johnson) (Selected Scriptures) Speaker: Pastor John MacArthur Broadcaster: Grace to You Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/19/2022 Length: 59 min.

Grace to You
A Certain Uncertainty (Phil Johnson) (Selected Scriptures)

Grace to You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 59:00