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APM Podcast
Mind the gap: The human side of project management

APM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:46


The new world requires a different mindset and skillset to navigate the pitfalls of change delivery. In this podcast, Jo Stanford (Health Education England) and Sarbjit Hoskinson (ThermoFisher Scientific) discuss how they have tackled the cultural and behavioural shifts needed to embed change. They explore the capabilities, team dynamics and mindset needed for project and change managers to deliver sustainable outcomes and achieve value in a complex, evolving environment. Further reading David Armstrong, Organization in the Mind: Psychoanalysis, Group Relations and Organizational Consultancy Brené Brown, Daring Greatly Stephen R Covey, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People Amy Edmondson, The Fearless Organization Amy Edmonson, Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy (see also: Teaming to Innovate and Extreme Teaming) Amy L Fraher, Group Dynamics for High-Risk Teams Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, James Macanufo, Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers Peter Hawkins, Eve Turner, Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual Jeffery M Hiatt, Timothy J Creasey, Change Management: The People Side of Change Jeffrey A Miller, The Anxious Organization: Why Smart Companies Do Dumb Things Anita Mountain, Chris Davidson, Working Together: Organizational Transactional Analysis and Business Performance Carole Osterweil, Neuroscience for Project Success: Why people behave as they do Daniel H Pink, Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us Simon Sinek, Start with Why Dr Tammy Watchorn, The Change Ninja Handbook: An interactive adventure for leading change

Goal billionaire
Winner's ADVICE

Goal billionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 14:11


Get an exclusive NordPass deal plus 1 additional month for FREE here: https://nordpass.com/TGB or use code TGB at the checkout! Hello my amazing family, HOW ARE YOU ALL DOING? It is exciting and wonderful connecting to you all!! I want you all to succeed in every aspect of life and that's motivates me to keep posting new episodes from time to time. So today we brought another crushing episodem: 5 GOLDEN ADVICE for WINNERS by Simon Sinek | Goal Billionaire Podcast PLEASE DO NOT MISS THIS EPISODE!! This one is my favourite Stay Crushing and Blessed Goal Billionaire Podcast!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goalbillionaire/support

Mindful Millionaire with Leisa Peterson
Finding Prosperity with Gloria Fagbemi

Mindful Millionaire with Leisa Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 61:30


Today, I'm interviewing my friend and client, Mopelola Gloria Fagbemi. Gloria is an amazing woman who has a very interesting story when it comes to divorce and how that led to finding a job that brings her lots of joy. We get to hear about her experience with meeting Simon Sinek and how that impacted her life, as well as, what she's doing to create greater levels of prosperity in her life. Enjoy.   She shares with us her insights:    When I told him the money, he, you know, they approved - wasn't enough to cover. You know, babysitting and the private school that the other two kids were already going to and then baby sitting wants the new baby King do. And it was like "Okay, like lady, you should know that going forward life was changed drastically. Your life would never bethe same. I think, it really hurt me. But at the same time it set me on a really good trajectory to know that - "Okay, you need to start making changes, almost immediately. And then, so one thing this whole mindset that has taught me is also not to judge people...   But one thing I try to teach my kids now that I've learned throughout all this experience I think comes from my Dad. And it's needs and wants and opportunity costs. And some costs. And there was a time like it was always in the house somewhere where everybody could see another. So it's needs and wants, opportunity costs, sunk cost and there's one more. Courtesy costs nothing. And because sometimes, you know, you invest so much in things that you just want to keep going. When the real thing you should do is actually to just consider all the costs you've spent and just make the right decision going forward. So hopefully, my expectation is that I've been able to impart that to my kids too. Because it's been some of the reasons why I've done some of the things that brought me joy...   Oh, that one is easy. It's that, now I can speak up and I'm not perfect at it, yet. But I can almost sense my inner voice. And I believe now that I had it as a kid but you know, people just made me not do it and not be that person. Because all it is at the end of the day is you just speaking your truth and doing your truth. So if there's nothing else I'm proud of in all of this journey than that. Yeah, so excited that I found it. It's like you're a kid again but you're an adult.   I think it makes such a difference. That in our lives, and I think that might also have been the turning point where now that I've become the person watching loves the job that you know, that should join us. Eventhough that wasn't my goal, but I was - "Okay, you know what, yeah I love who we serve. We serve the vulnerable people in the state of Maryland. We serve the adults, you know, we serve children. So I'm here to make their life better. And, in doing that, like I show up to work every day, knowing that even though like I'm in the headquarters, like everything I'm doing supports the job of the local offices to help those people. How can you not love the job you're doing when like you're helping other people...   So we need to do that. Hold them, as long as you can. Push them to get that GED then when they get out there, they can go figure the rest out. Like, even if they flunk the first year of college, they will figure it out by the second year. And then they have three more years to bump up their brains. But we shouldn't just be, yeah, leaving them in high school and letting them just like they don't listen. So because of that, you know, that whole love thing can preach. That's where it comes in surrendering and just loving them more where they are; pushing them through to the end. I see that so differently now for our boys.   Gloria is on a personal journey to become financially debt free and to find her one true vocation, calling and life's work that she have been called to, apart from her 9-5 career as a Budget Analyst; and besides being a mom.     You'll find her creating content around personal finance, child development and spirituality; sharing on how to develop and organize well as an adult and from a young age so that we can learn our inner voice and own our power.    Her mission: To Help Equip, Empower, and Engage Children, Youths and Families To Develop Well And Be Organized In all Areas of Life.   Learn more about Mopelola Gloria Fagbemi:   Website: www.shelovesgoodthings.com   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shelovesgoodthings   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shelovesgoodthings/   Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/loving-the-work-you-do/id1503836991   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmceahmP2S7J2wYxYF9wxiw

When Women Fly
073 How the Slam Dunk Challenged Media, Repositioned Basketball and Ignited a Conversation about 'Ladylike' Tendencies with Michelle Snow (2021)

When Women Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:20


As part of our Season III relaunch this month, we are revisiting a few of our favorite episodes that grapple with big life themes, break down the components of change, and dive into strategies that are relevant and applicable to you today.When Michelle Snow was young, there was no professional basketball league for women in the United States. Despite no clear path to success, and despite her doubters, Michelle dreamed that she would one day realize her dream of making a career as a professional basketball player. And did she ever!On November 30, 2000, Michelle's fate of making it to a professional league was sealed when she became the first woman to dunk in a nationally televised basketball game.  She hasn't slowed down for a moment since.In today's episode, Sylvia and Michelle discuss what it takes to pursue your dreams, with practical advice on where to start. They discuss Michelle's transition from athletics into business, how being raised in a trailer park shaped Michelle's approach to work, how social norms impact the performance of female athletes, and much more.Topics Include:- The importance of family and a moral compass- Michelle's mother and the huge impact she had- Making a plan, breaking it down into a tangible “how”- Obsessive action- Sharing your success- Prioritizing giving back and mentorship- Why “be realistic” is bad advice- Entrepreneurship and highly successful role models like Michael Jordan- Why we need to dream even bigger- Affirmations and manifesting practice and morning routine- And other topics...Michelle Snow is an ex-professional basketball player with the WNBA and international teams. She is currently a speaker, entrepreneur & business coach. While at the University of Tennessee, Michelle played for Pat Summitt, whose 1,098 career wins are the most in NCAA basketball history. Michelle was drafted 10th overall in the 1st round of the 2002 WNBA Draft. She was nominated to both the 2005 and 2006 all-star teams. In the midst of her twelve-year career as a professional athlete, Michelle founded several companies in different industries successfully leveraging proven certification trainings and workshops. Her training materials are customizable to each person's unique situation to quickly maximize their full potential.Resources Mentioned:WEBSITE – https://www.michellesnow360.com/IG: @Michellesnow2PODCAST – ‎Across the Pond, a Premier League Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/across-the-pond-a-premier-league-podcast/id730239274)Books Mentioned:How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie: https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/B0006IU7JK/The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel: https://www.amazon.com/Psychology-Money-Timeless-Lessons-Happiness/dp/B08D9WJ9G8/Start With Why by Simon Sinek: https://www.amazon.com/Start-Why-Leaders-Inspire-Everyone/dp/1591842808/Stay Connected:Signup for AIR BORN, our monthly newsletter! A letter from Sylvia will show up in your inbox, with links to her latest conversations and insights.Email: hello@whenwomenfly.comWebsite: https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Socials: @whenwomenfly

Social Change Leaders Podcast
Leading Social Impact with More Empathy and Emotional Intelligence

Social Change Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 22:02


More information can be found at www.socialchangeleaders.net     “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”   - Maya Angelou      What do empathy and emotional intelligence have to do with social change leadership?  As we are finding our way to the other side of the COVID pandemic and are in what many call “The Great Resignation,” we look at how empathy and emotional intelligence can be leaders' greatest tools for creating healthy and sustainable workplaces and communities.  While we are not experts on this, we wanted to share a few things we have discovered and share ten habits and actions we can all be doing to build our empathy and emotional intelligence muscles.  Today was talk about: What emotional intelligence and empathy are and  is and why it is important  Some of the benefits to being an empathetic leader Why leaders might want to adopt practices and habits that make them more emotionally intelligent and empathetic  Ten ideas for habits and practices that build our  emotional intelligence and empathy ‘muscles' Referenced in This Episode:  Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman   Brene Brown Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Skill According to Research  Simon Sinek's Speech about Empathy To learn more about: Traci Warnberg-Lemm, Social Motion Stephanie Malon-Rufi, Spark Good  

Salvador Mingo -Conocimiento Experto-
3 Máximas Liderazgo con Propósito - Conocimiento Experto

Salvador Mingo -Conocimiento Experto-

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 14:05


A continuación te muestro 3 máximas del programa conocimiento experto para desarrollar un Liderazgo con Proposito. Aprenderás estrategias de liderazgo personal de de grandes como Simon Sinek, Tim Irwin y John C Maxwell. Grupo de Facebook IMPACTO EXPERTO: https://www.facebook.com/groups/impactoexperto Monetiza tus Redes Sociales: https://impactoexperto.com/ Participa del Reto 60/100 para ser una Mejor Versión: https://conocimientoexperto.com/reto60100 Accede a mi sito oficial y desarrolla tu modelo de negocio: https://www.salvadormingo.com/ Accede al Programa Principios Experto: https://conocimientoexperto.com/principios Hazte del libro: https://amzn.to/2KmHMXa Accede a nuestro grupo privado en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/conocimientoexperto Mis programas: * Programa Principios Experto: https://conocimientoexperto.com/principios * Libro Conocimiento: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org/unavidaconproposito * Programa Posicionamiento de Expertos en Internet: https://conocimientoexperto.com/programaexperto * Más contenidos gratuitos: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org * Aplicación Móvil Conocimiento Experto: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org/apps/ * Programa Conocimiento Experto Elite: https://conocimientoexperto.com/elite Mis redes: * Sígueme En Instagram en: https://www.instagram.com/salvadormingo/ * Sígueme en Facebook en: https://www.facebook.com/Conocimientoexperto * Sígueme en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/SalvadorMingoConocimientoExperto * Sígueme en Twitter en: https://twitter.com/s_mingo Enfoque Liderazgo Personal Se firme Salvador Mingo #Liderazgo #SerLider #Proposito

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Conocimiento Experto
3 Máximas Liderazgo con Propósito - Conocimiento Experto

Conocimiento Experto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 14:06


A continuación te muestro 3 máximas del programa conocimiento experto para desarrollar un Liderazgo con Proposito. Aprenderás estrategias de liderazgo personal de de grandes como Simon Sinek, Tim Irwin y John C Maxwell.Grupo de Facebook IMPACTO EXPERTO: https://www.facebook.com/groups/impactoexpertoMonetiza tus Redes Sociales: https://impactoexperto.com/Participa del Reto 60/100 para ser una Mejor Versión: https://conocimientoexperto.com/reto60100Accede a mi sito oficial y desarrolla tu modelo de negocio:https://www.salvadormingo.com/Accede al Programa Principios Experto: https://conocimientoexperto.com/principiosHazte del libro: https://amzn.to/2KmHMXaAccede a nuestro grupo privado en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/conocimientoexpertoMis programas:* Programa Principios Experto: https://conocimientoexperto.com/principios* Libro Conocimiento: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org/unavidaconproposito* Programa Posicionamiento de Expertos en Internet: https://conocimientoexperto.com/programaexperto* Más contenidos gratuitos: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org* Aplicación Móvil Conocimiento Experto: https://www.conocimientoexperto.org/apps/* Programa Conocimiento Experto Elite: https://conocimientoexperto.com/eliteMis redes:* Sígueme En Instagram en: https://www.instagram.com/salvadormingo/* Sígueme en Facebook en: https://www.facebook.com/Conocimientoexperto* Sígueme en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/SalvadorMingoConocimientoExperto* Sígueme en Twitter en: https://twitter.com/s_mingoEnfoque Liderazgo PersonalSe firmeSalvador Mingo#Liderazgo#SerLider#Proposito

internet prop aprender grupo redes sociales participa simon sinek liderazgo reto john c maxwell expertos aplicaci proposito accede mejor versi tim irwin conocimiento experto programa principios experto libro conocimiento programa posicionamiento programa conocimiento experto elite conocimientoexperto s salvadormingoconocimientoexperto s
Every Coach Needs A Coach
186 - Simon Sinek - Leadership takes courage

Every Coach Needs A Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:24


https://open.spotify.com/episode/0RdO8qHC3Zjsf2Q7ztSXaw?si=37dRzCwQQOK1D-X57ayDog&context=spotify%3Ashow%3A2WAKqwVDMgKuDli91VMchb Listen to 8:25-10:00 of that clip. Share it with your kids

Leaders, Innovators and Big Ideas - the podcast
Jen Morrison Hosts Samantha Woods (Kaizen Education Services) on the LIBI Podcast

Leaders, Innovators and Big Ideas - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 68:01


Brains. We all have one. Yet, many of us have never had the chance to explore how our own unique brains work, function, and learn/interact with the world. Join Jen and Sam as they dive into all things brains, learning, entrepreneurship, team, family, loss, and hope. Buckle up for this one! For the transcription of this episode please visit: https://www.rainforestab.ca/yyc-blog/podcast-episode-175-transcription Thank you for listening to the Leaders, Innovators and Big Ideas podcast, supported by Rainforest Alberta. The podcast that highlights those people who are contributing to and/or supporting the innovation ecosystem in Alberta. Host: Jennifer Morrison is InceptionU's learner champion. She has over 11 years of experience as an educator and received her Masters of Educational Leadership from High Tech High Graduate School of Education in San Diego, CA. Jen possesses extensive experience in project-based and experiential learning and design thinking.  Jen spent many years teaching middle and high school students which provided her with a foundational love of learning and passion for exploration and personal growth. Following her natural curiosity and growth mindset, she honed her leadership skills and dove deep into project based learning during her time at High Tech High. As the Learning Catalyst and Lead Program Designer with InceptionU, Jen provides valued leadership, guidance, meaningful connections and an engaging learning environment. She is deeply dedicated to each of the learners and their success. As Simon Sinek says in The Infinite Game, “what good is it having a belly if there's no fire in it? Wake up, drink your passion, light a match and get to work.”  Guest: Samantha Woods thrives on helping people be better at work, school and life. For the past two and a half decades, Samantha Woods has served as an inspiring leader to children and adults across the country. She has explored the far reaches of the educational spectrum - teacher to administrator to executive skills coach & now Founder and Director of Kaizen Education Services. Utilizing her experiences and nerdy obsession with neuroscience, learning and the brain, Samantha has become a recognized and well-respected authority on executive functioning skills. She has created a comprehensive curriculum in conjunction with a specific style of executive skills coaching and is excited to collaborate with corporations to help their adult learners manage their learning and lives.  Please be sure to share this episode with everyone you know. If you are interested in being either a host, a guest, or a sponsor of the show, please reach out. We are published in Google Podcasts and the iTunes store for Apple Podcasts We would be grateful if you could give us a rating as it helps spread the word about the show. Show Links: Kaizen Education Services (http://www.kaizeneduc.com) Dana Kerford (http://www.seriouslybadasswomen.com/dana-kerford) Dr. Aaron Goodarzi (https://cumming.ucalgary.ca/departments/bmb/profiles/dr-aaron-goodarzi) Dr. Ross Greene (https://drrossgreene.com/) Show Quotes: "We are all just walking brains, and we all have different ways. Our brains are functioning in different ways. And it's up to us to understand that. And so IQ can't be a measure of, and I know a lot of people will disagree with me about that, but after 20 something years of working with brains of all ages, it just doesn't matter. It's what you know about yourself and your potential." "[Regarding Entrepreneurship being like surfing] like I couldn't get up on the board and then I'm face planting and I can't even find my bathing suit at one point. Like where, where did that go? Right.  I was like, what happened to the birds chirping and the, and the sunset and the like I'm covered in sand and grazes. And I think maybe that is a great analogy for, you know, you have this vision of what it's all going to be like, and then, you know, you have this experience and you're like, that was not what I had planned on." Credits... This Episode Sponsored By: New Idea Machine Episode Music: Tony Del Degan Creator & Producer: Al Del Degan  

The Long and The Short Of It
195. Forks in the Road

The Long and The Short Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 16:38


This week, Jen and Pete thrash about strategies a person might utilize when they are unsure of which strategy to utilize.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What can a person keep in mind when they encounter a fork in the road?Why might making a decision and leaving the fork in the road feel scary?How might a person navigate a decision when both options (or more) are in alignment with where they want to go?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

Beer Branding Trends
017 - Defining your Brewery's Mission & Vision

Beer Branding Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:15


Points of discussion:1. Your Mission is your brewery's immediate, day-to-day marching orders.2. Your vision is future-facing and tells the world where you're going.3. Simon Sinek's Golden Circle (Start with Why).4. Who would win in a no holds barred fight between Simon Sinek or Cody Fague. Simon is in better shape, but Cody has nothing to live for.5. Intrinsic reasons that drive entrepreneurs vs. public-facing stories.6. How do we frame your vision?7. Examples of a Mission and Vision statement from your friends at CODO Design.8. The best scene from the Sopranos? “Is this about the Easter baskets?” -Learn more at www.craftbeerrebranded.com-Have a topic or question you'd like us to field on the show? Shoot it our way: hello@cododesign.com-Join 5,500+ food and bev industry pros who are subscribed to the Beer Branding Trends Newsletter (and access all past issues) at: www.beerbrandingtrends.com

Dream Big Podcast
DB 308: Simon Sinek On The Importance Of Starting With Why! (rebroadcast)

Dream Big Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 30:36


We are on vacation this month, so decided to rebroadcast some of our favorite interviews from the past.  Fortunately with over 300 original episodes, there are many amazing interviews to choose from.  This week we are sharing with you Eva's interview with Simon Sinek, best-selling author of “Start With Why” -- which we consider a must-read and offer our highest recommendation.  Simon believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together. Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Simon teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people go home every day feeling fulfilled by their work, Simon is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.  For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/308

CHANGE NOW oder später – der Podcast rund um Veränderung mit Frank Peters
#24 Why How What – Finde das Warum für Dein Team

CHANGE NOW oder später – der Podcast rund um Veränderung mit Frank Peters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 27:48


Der Golden Circle (WHY HOW WHAT) von Simon Sinek ist ein Dauergast in den Top 10 der meistgesehenen TED Talks aller Zeiten. Es lohnt sich, sich mit dem eigenen Team auf die Entdeckung des Warums des Teams zu begeben. Dabei orientiere ich mich an Sineks Buch „Find Your Why“ und bringe noch meine eigene Note rein. Eine Anleitung für Dein Team findest Du in dieser Folge. Und ganz nebenbei erfährst Du, was mein WHY ist und welche Werte mich antreiben.

Accelerate! with Andy Paul
A Conversation with Garland Vance

Accelerate! with Andy Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 50:15


Garland Vance is the Founder of Advanced Leadership and author of Gettin' (un)Busy: 5 Steps to Kill Busyness and Live with Purpose, Productivity, and Peace. Busyness is not a badge of honor. It is, however, steeped in good intentions as busyness is an overcommitment to good commitments. Garland emphasizes the need to uncommit and get unbusy through his 5 steps. He also shares a few practices of highly productive yet unbusy people in time blocking and working around the whole schedule according to 4 buckets: relationships, rest, reflection, and recreation. HIGHLIGHTS Commitment, not time management, is the solution to busyness Busyness is overcommitment the same way hoarding is over-collecting 5 steps to get unbusy: Decide, Deconstruct, Design, Develop, Draw others in 4 practices of unbusy people: Relationships, Rest, Reflection, and Recreation QUOTES Garland: "As technology progressed, our boundaries in life regressed. And so, it used to be in Herman Kahn's day, you had an office and at the end of the day, maybe you packed up your briefcase and had a couple of papers that you brought home. But you couldn't take your office with you. And we're at the point now where there are no borders at all." Garland: "Busyness is an overcommitment to too many good commitments. So nobody's busy because they're doing terrible things, unless you're a dictator or a drug dealer, something along those lines. Those people are busy for bad reasons, but for most of us, we're busy because of work, because of kids, because we have more projects to do around the home, we're busy because we're trying to reintegrate into life after COVID." Garland: "This is a self-inflicted injury. You're doing this to yourself and I couldn't see it. And that's when I realized, okay, that is what busyness is overcommitting whereas hoarding is over-collecting." Garland: "Purpose is all about knowing what your why is. Why am I on the planet? Simon Sinek emphasized this a lot. Why am I on the planet? What am I here to do? Why does my job exist? So know your why. Productivity is doing your why. So productivity isn't about activity. It's about accomplishment of what you actually do that moves you toward your purpose."  "And then peace is resting on your why. It's the willingness to say I can do anything I want but I can't do everything at once and I won't be able to do everything I want. So what are the few things that I'm going to commit to and then how do I say no to everything else?" Find out more about Garland and get his book in the links below: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garland-vance/ Website: https://www.killbusy.com/ More on Andy: Connect on LinkedIn Get Andy's new book "Sell Without Selling Out" on Amazon Learn more at AndyPaul.com Sponsored by: Revenue.io | Unlock exponential growth with an AI-powered RevOps platform | Revenue.io Scratchpad | The fastest way to update Salesforce, take sales notes, and stay on top of to-dos | Scratchpad.com Explore the Revenue.io Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast RevOps Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast

Catching Up With CUB
#117 Karen Beattie - Lessons from the Greats

Catching Up With CUB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 57:48


Daniel catches up with Karen Beattie, Founder of The Growth Faculty. Karen launched the education business holding large scale events featuring high-calibre speakers such as Simon Sinek & the Obamas. But when Covid hit, she turned her greatest challenge yet into an opportunity, now providing exclusive access to virtual live masterclasses with the world's greatest business leaders. Daniel and Karen speak about greatest lessons from leaders such as Hilary Clinton & Jim Collins, discuss challenges of entrepreneurship and the often underrated impact business owners have on society. To receive $50 off your The Growth Faculty Leadership Pass use promo code 'CUB' by 30th June.

Grow A Small Business Podcast
218: With over 30 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur, now helping entrepreneurs develop their boldness & confidence to remarkable levels. Became high-level coach and generated over $1 billion in revenue with over 250 FTEs. (Fred Joyal)

Grow A Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:58


In this episode, I interview Fred Joyal, Coach and Founder of Fred Joyal Company and 1-800-Dentist based in Los Angeles, United States. Fred has set up his own systematic coaching to help entrepreneurs develop their boldness and confidence to remarkable levels. With over 30 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur at 1-800-Dentist, Fred decided to build his own systematic way of coaching and pursue bigger opportunities. Fred Joyal Company was established in 2015 and has been running for over 7 years. Became a high-level coach based on his long experience in business with over 250 FTEs. Fred has said that growing a business requires calmness and persistence. So he says, “Never let someone use discouragement as motivation.” This Cast Covers: A national referral service company. Learning how to handle work conflicts through calmness and humility. Helping entrepreneurs on building a good culture, pricing and marketing, making them work together. Teaching on how to handle marketing problems without spending much money. Providing a systematic way on how to cultivate the superpower of boldness. Learning how to build and protect a strong partnership. Helping entrepreneurs improve their working attitude to do long-term businesses. Sharing the advantages of investing a lot of time on hiring the right people. With business wisdom gained from 30 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur. Offering experience and expertise to a select group of business leaders, making their companies stronger, smarter, more efficient, and ultimately the dominant brand in their category. Additional Resources: The Fred Joyal Company Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek  What Got Here Won't There by Marshall Goldsmith  ___________________ Quotes: “Success means your leadership is making people better at what they do.” —Fred Joyal “Focus on the things you are passionate about.” —Fred Joyal “Never bring in a partner just for money.” —Fred Joyal “It takes feedback to get feedback.” —Fred Joyal “It takes a lot of egos to start a business. And it takes a lot of humility to grow the business long term.” —Fred Joyal ___________________   Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast
Ep.366 This Cultural Moment: Sister Straight Talk w/ Krista & Alex

The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:24


Today we are wrapping up the “This Cultural Moment” series with a sister straight talk with Krista and Alex. We discuss why it is so hard to honor people with different ideas, how Ephesians 6 holds a secret to living well in this period of time, what grid we can use to filter our decisions, and what it looks like to lean into hope. Join us for this honest conversation, and let's “get our joy back” as we lean in to this moment of time in which we get to live.   Arthur Brooks in Conversation with Simon Sinek – a podcast episode about honoring people and differing with their ideas 10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. 11 Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil's schemes. 12 For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. 13 Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. 14 Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place, 15 and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace. 16 In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. 17 Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. 18 And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord's people. --Ephesians 6:10-16 The Chart we referenced from Authentic Church by Vaughn Roberts Romans 15:13 May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him. Our Sponsor: Simply Be Box Their goal at Simply Be Box, through the subscription box & community, is to help teen + tween girls grow in their relationship with Jesus, know & love how they are uniquely created and encourage them to live out their faith & be a light in this world. Simply Be Box has provided a discount code for our The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast listeners!  Use Code ODSSummer10 to receive $10 Off Your Subscription Purchase.  Head over to their website SimplyBeBox.com and Subscribe Today! You can also follow them on Instagram @SimplyBeBox.  

The Long and The Short Of It

After receiving positive feedback to the idea, Pete and Jen dive in to why, "Attitude is a skill," is such a mic-drop statement.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:How might attitude be a skill that can be practiced?Why might it feel scary for a person to make changes to or work on their attitude?What are some strategies for cultivating a positive attitude?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

The Art of Leadership Daily
AOLD 003 | Simon Sinek on Discovering the Motivation Behind Your Work

The Art of Leadership Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:38


Simon Sinek and Carey talk about how your why brought you to where you are today, but your just cause is your why projected into the future. Looking for resources to lead, run and grow your church? Join The Art of Leadership Academy today at http://theartofleadershipacademy.com/.

The EntreLeadership Podcast
How to Manage Fear and High Stress with Bill Smith

The EntreLeadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 31:09


Join us as our host, George Kamel, talks to Bill Smith, the founder of Shipt—a company he sold to Target for $550 million in 2017. He's also the founder and CEO of Landing, his new venture. Bill shares the story of Shipt, including a dark time where he almost called it quits and shut the company down. He unpacks how he dealt with stress and the fear of failure and how he turned it all around. Later in the episode, George chats with Brian Williams, a Ramsey Solutions board member and the senior executive vice president of Ramsey+. Brian is known for tackling some of the most challenging problems we face as a business. He talks about ways you can manage the stress that inevitably comes with running your business.   You'll learn: How one solution saved Shipt The biggest success principle most companies overlook Something that most entrepreneurs don't realize If you should be friends with coworkers   Support our sponsors: BELAY: https://bit.ly/351P9AE Hite Digital: https://bit.ly/HiteDigital Kyro Digital: https://bit.ly/KyroDigital Trainual: https://bit.ly/TrainualEntre   Links mentioned in this episode: The EntreLeadership Podcast: https://bit.ly/TheEntreLeadershipPodcast Shipt's website: https://bit.ly/3m2Lqbk Landing's website: https://bit.ly/3x7eBR7 The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek: https://amzn.to/3x36Wln How to Play an Infinite Game with Simon Sinek: https://apple.co/3x03CHO Learn more about EntreLeadership Elite: https://bit.ly/3x40ASS Share your feedback with Tim, our producer: https://bit.ly/3bJOSmi   Learn more about EntreLeadership Events: EntreLeadership Master Series: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipMasterSeries EntreLeadership Summit: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipSummit   Learn more about EntreLeadership Coaching: Elite: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipElite Advisory Groups: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipAdvisoryGroups Executive Coaching: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipExecutiveCoaching Workshops: https://bit.ly/EntreLeadershipWorkshops   Listen to all the Ramsey Network podcasts anytime, anywhere in our app. Download the Ramsey Network app: https://apple.co/3eN8jNq

Seize The Moment Podcast
Darryl Stickel: Building Trust, Strong Leaders, Teams & Removing Uncertainty | STM Podcast #133

Seize The Moment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 59:18


On episode 133, we welcome Darryl Stickel to discuss the elements of building trust in various types of relationships, the levers of trust - integrity, benevolence, ability, how to foster all three and why we need to, confirmation bias and why positive perceptions of others become more positive over time and negative ones become increasingly more negative, our overly positive self-conceptions and how challenging them helps improve our relationships, generosity and vulnerability begetting more generosity and vulnerability and the importance of becoming less self-protective, and the value of empathy and learning to take others' behaviors less personally. Darryl Stickel has devoted his career to understanding trust, what it is, how it functions, and how to increase it. He holds a PhD in Business from Duke University. Before founding Trust Unlimited in 2001, he was a consultant at McKinsey and Company, the world-renowned global management consulting firm. He has helped leaders build trust in a wide range of business and personal environments, including financial services, telecoms, hi-tech, families, and the Canadian Military in Afghanistan. He is also a professor at the Luxembourg School of Business teaching in the MBA program and in their executive education program. His new book, out now, is called Building Trust: Exceptional Leadership in an Uncertain World. | Darryl Stickel | ►Website | https://www.trustunlimited.com/about/ ►Building Trust Book Link | https://bit.ly/3zCGQIX Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast  ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast ► Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32208666

Maximize Your Potential
Finding Your Why - Part 2

Maximize Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 24:59


Join us for part 2 of our discussion on how you can find your why and therefore put yourself in control of your destiny. 

Backstage Careers
How Stephen Shedletzky Got A Job With Simon Sinek

Backstage Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 69:37


In this episode I talk to Stephen Shedletzky who's been working closely with Simon Simon over the last 10 years!He went from answering customer support emails for Simon to becoming the chief of staff for his company.Today Stephen is one of the star speakers for the company and he's also working on his own book which will be coming out in the fall of 2023.SHOW NOTES: 00:00 Stephen Shedletzky's origin story11:30 Losing his job at Ernst & Young to focus on coaching15:00 The email formula that got him a meeting with Simon Sinek 27:15 How he got a job with Simon30:50 Breaking down how he added value to Simon Sinek and his community42:00 How Simon Sinek created a movement from a book51:30 Stephen's different roles within the company over the last 10 years55:30 His speaking journey57:00 Why Stephen is writing a book01:05:30 What to do when you feel lost in your careerAnd if you're reading this, don't be shy! Shoot me a DM on Instagram and let me know what you thought of this episode or let me know if you have any questions! My handle is @jeremyjohnmary!

Veterinary Innovation Podcast
153 - Kenichiro Yagi | Veterinary Emergency Group

Veterinary Innovation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 21:33


There is very little standardization for veterinary nurses or technicians, including credentialing or even the name of the role. This week, Shawn & Ivan speak with Kenichiro Yagi of VEG: Veterinary Emergency Group about reimagining veterinary nursing. Kenichiro recommends Start With Why by Simon Sinek (amzn.to/395vGBN), The Leadership Challenge by James Kouzes & Barry Posner (amzn.to/3NCQMpV), & High Conflict by Amanda Ripley (amzn.to/394ApU7). Learn more about Kenichiro at veterinaryemergencygroup.com.

Fleur d'avocat
#183 - Nicolas Genty :"La passion, elle m'a embrassé dès le début"

Fleur d'avocat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 138:06


Nicolas Genty est avocat au Barreau de Lille et de Paris depuis 1993. Associé fondateur du cabinet Loi & Stratégies, il est spécialisé en droit commercial et exerce une activité dominante de conseil opérationnel corporate. Passionné de méditation et de développement personnel, Nicolas envisage son cabinet comme une structure à taille humaine : au plus près de ses équipes comme de ses clients, il fait du droit un terrain de jeu pour les idées. C'est un avocat de terrain, qui expérimente beaucoup, en s'appuyant sur le collectif autant que sur l'individu. Son enthousiasme pour la profession n'a d'égal que son goût pour les rencontres inspirantes, à l'image de celle que vous ferez sans doute en écoutant cet épisode plein d'énergie. Références : Simon Sinek – conférence Start with why  L'épisode avec Geneviève Cattan-Derhy  L'épisode avec Virginie Lefebvre Dutilleul   L'épisode avec Thibaut Delorme  L'épisode avec Christian Dargham  L'épisode avec Olivier Fréget  L'épisode avec Ariane Olive  Association Progrès du Management  Search Inside Yourself  Miracle Morning  La biographie de Steve Jobs  Nego , par Laurent Combalbert Pour joindre Nicolas, envoyez un mail à l'adresse : nicolas.genty@loietstrategies.com ou contactez-le par téléphone : 0625350805. Merci à sa collaboratrice Jessica Ramond pour la recommandation et bonne écoute ! Lilas Louise 

The Long and The Short Of It

An often discussed topic on the podcast, Pete and Jen dive even further into noodling on why humility is a superpower.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:Why is having humility so important?How might leaders use humility to better lead?What are some ways to cultivate humility?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

The Dr. Greg Wells Podcast
#161. Dr. Greg Wells on The Power of Why

The Dr. Greg Wells Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 10:03


This week I'm excited to share my live broadcast on Sharpen Your Edge. On these episodes I do my best to deconstruct the tools, tactics, strategies, and techniques that you can use to elevate your health, wellbeing and ability to perform to your full potential. This week I have a very simple but powerful idea popularized by Simon Sinek, that is all around the power of why. That single word that triggers questions that enable you to take your life to another level, personally and professionally. What is your why? In this episode I talk about intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation, self reflection and I give you an exercise to help you dig deep and figure out your why. Tune in to my live broadcast at linkedin.com/in/drgregwells every Thursday at noon Eastern. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-greg-wells/support

The Long and The Short Of It
192. More Than You Can Chew

The Long and The Short Of It

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 18:51


Jen and Pete dive in to what happens when you bite off more than you can chew and develop strategies to help while in that situation, as well as how to avoid taking on too much in the first place.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:How might a person deflate tension when they have too much to do?Why are we our own worst boss?Why might we be afraid of saying no to an opportunity?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

Business Meets Spirituality
From Burnout to Breakthrough: How to Unlock Your Human Potential with Monique Helstrom

Business Meets Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 47:40


This week I welcome Monique Helstrom, Consultant, Speaker, and former Chief of Simon Sinek. We dive into a great talk about how she went from the event planning space to helping people unlock their human potential and how she overcame challenges that came up along the way. Monique and I discuss how leaders can help make sure company values are communicated clearly, and that people are hired in a way that speaks to the overall spirit of where the company wants to go. Monique talks about how we can first recognize signs of burnout and the larger spiritual meaning behind it. She talks about how organizations need true diversity for innovation, and why it's a good thing if not everyone thinks and feels the same at work. https://adamhergenrother.com/145-from-burnout-to-breakthrough-how-to-unlock-your-human-potential-with-monique-helstrom/ (See full show notes.)

Thrive Culture: Success Engineering
S5E20 Stephen Shedletsky: Defining Leadership, Speak up Culture, Giving People a Voice...

Thrive Culture: Success Engineering

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 58:19


Stephen Shedletzky is a thought leader on psychological safety in the workplace, creating healthy cultures, and is a sought-after speaker, leadership coach & advisor. He is the forthcoming author of "Speak Up Culture: When Leaders Truly Listen, People Step Up" and was actually the 4th person to join Simon Sinek and his team whom he has worked with for over a decade. If you want to know how to lead at the highest level, I would highly recommend checking this out!LI: Stephen ShedletskyWebsite: https://www.shedinspires.comDownload your Success Engineering Blueprint Ebook atwww.successengineering.orgFollow me at:Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelbaumanse/Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/michaelbaumanse/If you want to work with me, go to www.successengineering.org and join the pre-sale for my Entrepreneur Mastermind launching mid-March or schedule a call for 1-on-1 coaching. Leaving a review on Apple Podcast is very helpful for me as well!

X with Q - Leadership Podcast
No Energy Drink Needed! High Performance, Recovery, & Establishing Rhythms To Help You Bounce Back

X with Q - Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 12:17


Brad loves a good chart. And Pastor Q loves riffing on anything leadership. What can go wrong with that combo? Listen in as we talk about the "4 Energy States" and why they matter for your life & leadership. How can you learn to embrace positive emotion and balance your energy output to be the healthiest leader you can be? Thanks for listening!RESOURCE:4 Energy States: Energy Management For High Performance LeadershipFollow Pastor Q on Instagram (@markquattrochi)Leave a ReviewPrivacy PolicyASK A QUESTION:Text "XWITHQ" to 97000. Maybe your question will make it to a future episode!

Perfect Practice
Why Mentorship and Coaching Is Your Personal Time Machine: Dr. Buddy Touchinsky and Sachin Patel

Perfect Practice

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 50:36


Sachin Patel and Dr. Buddy Touchinsky discuss a range of topics relating to functional medicine, self-care practices, being supported and mentored, mentoring and coaching others, and personal growth. Dr. Touchinsky is creating a direct primary care functional medicine practice that is independent of insurance, and while it is breaking new ground, it is very tough going. He is making a difference in his small-town Pennsylvania community. Listen in for counsel on showing up even in the hard times. You never know who will stand up to support you if you ask for help.   Key Takeaways: [1:03] Sachin welcomes listeners to today's episode! This is a special interview with Sachin's friend, Dr. Buddy Touchinsky. Sachin and Dr. Buddy went to chiropractic school together. They are also both functional medicine practitioners and entrepreneurs trying to innovate in the healthcare space! Today, they talk about mentorship!   [3:00] When Dr. Buddy Touchinsky came out of chiropractic college, he didn't know what he didn't know. Coaching at the time consisted of expensive practice management companies with rigid programs.   [4:14] At first, Sachin wanted to do things his way. Asking for help was seen as a sign of weakness. Sachin recalls how his mother would just assume he knew how to do everything. Now, he believes it's always great to get help from people who are just a few steps ahead of us.   [5:54] Sachin hired Dr. David Singer, went to one of his trainings, and was hooked on the idea of being held accountable. If it wasn't for training on how to charge for a package of care, Dr. Patel might still be charging visit-by-visit. That tool changed his belief in himself.   [6:59] Dr. Touchinsky tells of his first experiences charging for a package of care. He discounted his services to get more patients. He had some success and noticed that the patients were there to get better. They had buy-in.   [8:25] It was a big milestone for Sachin to be able to attract the right person, who is investing in themselves, and trusting and investing in you to get them where they want to go with their health.   [9:02] Dr. Touchinsky came out of chiropractic college ready to work on sports injuries, back injuries, and spinal manipulation. He noticed that patients with back pain usually had more health issues. Before he heard of functional medicine, he started to dabble in it. He picked up Integrative Orthopedics: Integrative, Nutritional, Botanical and Manipulative Therapeutics, by Dr. Alex Vasquez and studied the science in it.   [10:25] About five years into his practice, Dr. Touchinsky saw he was overweight and felt out of shape so he did a metabolic reset. In 21 days he lost 21 pounds, was sleeping better, thinking more clearly, getting his files done on time, and feeling better.   [11:21] Dr. Touchinsky decided to test out the reset on a small group of patients. He picked a cohort of five people that he put on a program. They all got great results, too. He wanted to get this program to more people, so he dove into functional medicine, and signed up for FMU. About halfway through, he still wanted to know how to spread his influence to the masses.   [11:59] Then Dr. Touchinsky saw an old classmate, Dr. Patel!. Sachin was talking about all the things Dr. Touchinsky wanted to hear about and that people needed to hear. Dr. Touchinsky got together with Dr. Patel to learn more and became an active member and now, a coach, in Dr. Patel's community.   [13:21] Others have helped Dr. Touchinsky along the way, including local Rotary and other group meetings. He finds that everybody he meets has got something going on. You see all the smiles on social media, but meeting people, you see into their real lives. Nobody's perfect and we all work through our stuff.   [17:13] Sachin says joining groups is always a great reminder that everyone's human. We all go through stuff, and we can help each other, either to prepare for going through it or because we've been through it. Never struggle alone. Join a group like Perfect Practice or another group of like-minded people.   [18:26] Sachin thinks of a mentorship or a coaching program as a time machine. Join a group of six 29-year-olds and you've got 180 years of life experience and thousands of experiences these people have been through. You're tapping into that. With all the wisdom others have poured into them, you have essentially an infinite reservoir of knowledge and wisdom.   [20:15] Dr. Touchinsky also has a health food store, and a metabolic reset group. Now he is shifting into direct primary care. COVID-19 shut down the functional medicine and chiropractic practice for a few weeks and then they opened up slowly.   [21:51] The shutdown gave them more time to think about alternative ways of helping people if you can't see them in person. Dr. Touchinsky tried James Maskell's The Community Cure, and a test group in 2020 went well. Groups are powerful. Dr. Touchinsky wants to get more people back in person.   [24:02] Dr. Touchinsky started a functional medicine family practice that is more proactive care, building healthy habits, than reactive and community-centred.   [27:32] Dr. Touchinsky hired a consultant to help him set up a direct primary care functional medicine practice but this is a new business model! Dr. Touchinsky is creating his own thing. Having a coach and mentors helped. Without them and his self-care, he may not have made it. Now he can move forward to better things and grow his practice.   [30:01] Sachin compares a mentor to a personal trainer. The trainer spots you while you lift, but you have to do the work and lift the weight, but the trainer gives you the 5% lift to make it. Carrying a bigger load is where the growth takes place. Mentors and the community give an emotional lift.   [31:39] If you don't show up, even when it's toughest and you don't want to show up, you don't get the support and you won't make it through. Sachin says vulnerability is a superpower! It's the stepping stone to the next level of your personal character development.   [33:59] Sachin cites Simon Sinek, “You will be shocked at who and how many people will come to your rescue if you simply ask for help.” People are waiting in the woodwork to jump in and be supportive of others. People don't aspire to be perfect, they aspire to be human and vulnerability is part of the human experience.   [36:57] Advice to any who are struggling and feel alone: Step back and look at the big picture. Remember the people you've helped. Be with your family. Keep showing up and plugging into your groups, and get help. Self-care. Keep investing in yourself. Keep going to the sauna and exercising. Get your sleep. Stay hydrated. Eat healthily.   [41:48] Sachin has taken a cold shower every day this year, and every day, he still dreads it but he feels good afterward. In the cold shower, Sachin practices slow, steady, box breathing, and rotating in the shower with each four-second breath in, hold, breath out, and hold.   [43:05] Dr. Touchinsky's professional goal is to prove that there's a model for healthcare that is fun, exciting, and relaxing for the providers, and that benefits the patients as well. He explains how patients access his direct primary care model that does not rely on or use insurance.   [45:22] Dr. Touchinsky's personal goal is to set these practices up in a way where he has plenty of time for his family and himself. He and his wife are going to Italy soon, and he'd like to travel more often and invest more money in experiences with his family rather than material things.   [46:39] Sachin thanks Dr. Touchinsky for his time today and being a member, council member, and coach at Perfect Practice. He invites Dr. Touchinsky to share his closing thoughts.   [47:23] Dr. Touchinsky shares his blue-collar background and says none of this would be possible without seeing what others are doing for him through groups and mentorship. [49:26] Sachin signs off with a definition of LUCK: leveraging and understanding critical knowledge. If you can leverage and understand critical knowledge, you're LUCKy!   Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live Integrative Orthopedics: Integrative, Nutritional, Botanical and Manipulative Therapeutics, by Dr. Alex Vasquez Functional Medicine University Rotary International Lions Club International The Community Cure: Transforming Health Outcomes Together, by James Maskell BluBlocker Oura Ring Genius Network Simon Sinek Mindshare What the Heck Is EOS?: A Complete Guide for Employees in Companies Running on EOS, by Gino Wickman and Tom Bouwer   More about today's guest Dr. Buddy Touchinsky Buddy Touchinsky, DC, CFMP has been serving the community of Orwigsburg professionally and personally through local leadership roles for 15 years. He is married to Susie, and they have a daughter, Megan.   Dr. Touchinsky is a chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner with a focus on creative solutions and innovative methods to help people solve their problems and maximize their health. It was in his chiropractic practice that missing links within the full health of an individual became apparent. Many of the patients he treated were dealing with issues caused by poor diet, lack of exercise, inadequate sleep, and other lifestyle-related factors that the traditional healthcare system was not addressing. This led Dr. Touchinsky to study and become certified in functional medicine and to develop a team of like-minded practitioners.   On Facebook: Dr. Touchinsky On Instagram: @drtouchinsky On LinkedIn: Dr. Touchinsky   More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live sachin@becomeproof.com To set up a practice clarity call and opportunity audit   Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You're Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done

The Journey Back to You with Sierra Casher
Da Book Chat- "Better Together" By Simon Sinek

The Journey Back to You with Sierra Casher

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 43:10


I have gleaned from several books along my journey, and for the 3rd try at this book chat idea, I am sharing them here on my podcast with you. If the insights that I share resonate with you, I invite you to purchase the book for yourself.  Disclaimer: The insight I share is not incentivized and is solely my own thoughts and opinions.  YouTube Video Connect with Me

The Leadership Project
057. The Science of Trust and Decision Making - Jeff Bloomfield

The Leadership Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 74:17


Have you ever considered the science behind how people make decisions? Many of us consider ourselves to be rational beings, but the truth is that we make decisions emotionally and justify them rationally and in this episode we explore the science behind that. We are greatly honored to be joined by someone who has changed the way I see the world.  Jeff Bloomfield is the Founder and CEO of Braintrust.  He is a speaker, a growth expert and a self-confessed brain enthusiast (he is a neuroscientist, but prefers this term ).  He is also the bestselling author of 2 books “neuroselling” and “Story-based selling”.Jeff works with sales teams around the world to increase their influence; impact and results.Jeff and Mick Spiers unpack the science of decision making and the science of trust.Jeff shares with us the research that has shown through MRIs that different parts of the brain light up under different circumstances.  It builds upon Maclean's work on the Triune brain.  Jeff and his team proved that the neocortex process facts and figures and rational thought; the limbic brain is responsible for processing emotion; and the root brain is responsible for survival (fight; flight or freeze).  The surprising outcome was that the neocortex is not responsible for decision making.  All decision making is rooted in the limbic and root brain. This proves that people make decisions emotionally and justify them rationally. The real-life application of this is related to the sequence we present information to people.  We need to take them on a emotion coaster.  Start with emotion; and some rationality (facts) and then back to emotion.  In this way you are able to enable someone to develop a new way of thinking and to make a decision.Jeff and Mick then explore how people like Elon Musk have used these concepts in their application of first principles thinking and Simon Sinek codified in his groundbreaking book Start with Why. When leaders embrace this knowledge that are able to lasting trust with their team.You can purchase a copy of the book "You're a Leader, Now What?" as an ebook or paperback at Amazon- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZBKK8XVThe Leadership Project: https://linktr.ee/mickspiers

Rochester Business Connections
Amy Volas | A Lot Of Sales Teams Stink. How To Be Better

Rochester Business Connections

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:43


Your business can only grow if you build the right team. But how do you know if you're hiring the right people? How do you find them? If your answer is "my gut," then it's time to stop relying on fate and learn how to hire world-class sales professionals. Amy Volas can help! Watch The Full Episode Here: https://youtu.be/Xy3rLh_wABc Amy is the Founder and CEO of Avenue Talent Partners (ATP). She has first-hand experience in how startups too often short-circuit their potential by missing the mark on one very important thing: recruiting. So she founded ATP to help them get it right – and she's proud to say ATP is doing just that!” Amy is also a Startup Executive Search Expert, Strategic Advisor, Speaker, and Co-host of “Thursday Night Sales.” Amy is an enterprise sales fanatic and startup junkie with over 20 years of experience and $100M+ worth of deals closed.  Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:01] Pre-show [02:38] Meet our guest, Amy Volas [04:21] Amy's “Why” [05:54] ‘Thursday Night Sales,'  [07:48] Case Study [11:03] The secret to Amy's success. [14:48] Best management practices for client/partnership relationships  [19:32] Sales tips that will skyrocket your sales career [24:09] Importance of building rapport with clients and how to do it  [29:08] A toxic sales culture, its signs, and how to deal with it [36:14] Rapid Fire Round [38:13] How else to connect with Amy  Notable Quotes    ~ “Sometimes the help we get is not what is needed at the moment, but probably what we need to hear.” ~ “There is no such thing as a conflict-free work environment. Fostering healthy disagreements in meetings is key to surfacing the best ideas. However, there is always a way to disagree without being a jerk. ”  ~ “Just like marriages, business partnerships and client relationships often run into rough waters. It is therefore wise to determine the best partners or clients that you'll want to work with (in advance).” ~ “Selling is a wonderful profession when approached ethically, constructively, and helpfully.” Educational Resources Mentioned Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek: https://amzn.to/36LQdd0 Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters by Kara Goldin: https://amzn.to/3DcE2lG Keep In Touch with Amy Volas: Website: https://avenuetalentpartners.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyvolas/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/avenuetp Thursday Night Sales: https://www.thursdaynightsales.com/ — Follow Balbert… Facebook: www.facebook.com/balbertmarketing Instagram: www.instagram.com/realbenalbert/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ben-albert-a74737106/ Website:  https://www.realbusinessconnections.com/ – LST is made possible by www://balbertmarketing.com/

The Art of Leadership Daily
AOLD 000 | The Art of Leadership Daily

The Art of Leadership Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 2:50


From the same network that brings you The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast. Introducing a new, daily podcast features highlights of some of the best conversations Carey Nieuwhof has with world-class leaders like Andy Stanley, Simon Sinek, Susan Cain, Craig Groeschel, Adam Grant, Annie F. Downs, Seth Godin and more. Each Monday through Friday, in about ten minutes or less, The Art of Leadership Daily brings you principles to help you grow every day so that you can become the leader others need you to be. Hosted by Joe Terrell.

The Long and The Short Of It

After (re)reading James Clear's Atomic Habits, Pete shares with Jen what he's learned from that book, and together they dive deeper into the idea of getting 1% better at something every single day.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:How does compound improvement work?What are the benefits of building skill slowly, as opposed to all at once?What are some strategies to build the habit of improving by 1% each day?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).

IntHERrupt
INT 079: Pragmatic Thinking - Ways You Can Empower Your Team

IntHERrupt

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 25:40


Empowering a team starts with empowering yourself. In today's episode of IntHerrupt, Linda is joined by sales coach and Chief Growth Officer of Consult Speak Coach Cheryl Parks. Cheryl got into sales to make a nice life for herself, and she mentally walked her mind into a new way of thinking to do her best in the business. Breaking out of the mindset dichotomy: It starts with one decision. Cheryl realized she wouldn't reach her goals if she didn't change something about her life. At first, she never wanted to be seen and instead wanted to hide in the background.  To be someone new, she pretends to be someone else. She started mindset shifting, preparing herself to be confident and outgoing in her work. Keep affirmations on your phone, listen to motivational music; there are many things you can do to trick your brain into a new way of thinking. The benefit of empowering your team: Buyers are significantly savvier than they were before. 70% of decision-making is completed by the time a salesperson starts a conversation. A huge proponent of diverse experiences is diverse connections.  You are only as strong as the weakest person in your team. If someone isn't interested in what's happening, the team will only get that far. To improve team empowerment, prepare everyone and meet people where they are.  Talk through the situation, practice, and if you see it a few more times, you'll feel more comfortable.  If the person can't get past themselves, there may be a conversation about whether or not they should be a part of the discussion. Empowering other stakeholders impacted by decisions: Communication. Simon Sinek's Start with Why explains that people are more focused and supportive of an idea or methodology when they understand its why. If you can explain why you're doing what you're doing to other stakeholders, it can be helpful. Communicate with people impacted by a decision. The time and energy that goes into supporting an opportunity is an investment, and everyone will bring their best energy if they know what's happening. Other empowerment methods: Spend time with high-action people who keep you accountable.  Be around people who have a similar thought process. Manages your energy - give yourself time to take a walk, get some sunshine, or do whatever you need to maintain energy. Connect with Cheryl on LinkedIn for more content and to stay up-to-date on her work. Do you have stories to tell? Connect with Linda to share them. This podcast is produced by TSE Studios. Check out other podcasts by TSE Studios, including this episode's sponsor, The Sales Evangelist, helping new and struggling sellers close more deals and achieve their sales goals. Subscribe to the IntHERrupt Podcast so you won't miss a single show. Find us on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, and Stitcher. Audio created by Ryan Rasmussen Productions.

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Host Carol Flagg sits down with Dan Lavelle, Head of Marketing at DeliverHealth. Not all start ups are created equal. Some, like DeliverHealth, emerge through the process of spinoffs and acquisitions. DeliverHealth just celebrated its one year anniversary, and the software and service company already has more than 2,000 clients and 2,000 employees across the globe. Dan discusses the company's journey and the impact of his marketing mantra over the past year, author Simon Sinek's “start with why”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett
E145: Simon Sinek: The Number One Reason Why You're Not Succeeding

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 95:38


Simon Sinek is an author and public speaker, and one of the most interesting thinkers on business in the world today. His books ‘Start With Why', ‘Leaders Eat Last' and ‘The Infinite Game' have sold millions and millions of copies. In what he describes as ‘my favourite interview', Simon goes into more detail about how to really run a business with ambition. Simon also opens our eyes about how being vulnerable online is a way to shield ourselves from true human connection. One of the most thoughtful and inspiring guests to ever grace our show, Simon brings his knowledge and experience to a conversation that will leave you clearer about what issues are really important in the world today, and how they relate to you. Topics: Drifting from your ‘why' How do we create continuous goals? How do you find purpose in life? The importance of assessment from others & nursing personal relationships Practical advice to create a culture of seeking feedback from others Long term negative impact of lying in your business How to make the young generation thrive and stay motivated Workplace flexibility Steven, what are the reasons you're doing DOAC What are you working on next? What is your dark side? Our last guest's question Simon: https://twitter.com/simonsinek https://www.instagram.com/simonsinek Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/diaryofaceo Sponsors: Huel - https://my.huel.com/Steven Myenergi - https://bit.ly/3oeWGnl Vodafone Business - https://www.vodafone.co.uk/business/sme-business?cid=psoc-ent/vhub/doaceo/aws/3.22/ntst

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
Chris Graham Elaborates on Thinking Bigger, Quicker

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 61:24


Chris Graham shares his growth story of both personal and professional development, and how he uses his skills and connections in his private equity firm Crown Capital Investments to impact the communities and families of the businesses they're invested in. Learn how Chris developed the skills needed to create powerful relationships, but also the internal mindset he was missing that prevented him from scaling his impact to what he knew it could be; how to think bigger, quicker, and how to find a mentor and get them invested in your success.   Mo asks Chris Graham: When was the moment you realized growth was a good thing? As a lawyer, you're responsible for the whole gamut of the business. The whole process is about connecting and engaging with clients on a deeper level, and Chris realized that he needed a new approach in order to scale. Everybody who is striving to be more has to cut what they are good at, to take a risk at doing something better. Chris had a great relationship with his clients but being limited to a one-to-one impact felt restricting for what he wanted to do so he pivoted from law into private equity. He had to give up what he had been building for 20 years to have an opportunity to make an even greater impact. His experience over the 20 years of growing his law practice gave him a unique perspective into what entrepreneurs can do to grow their business. Taking that experience into the private equity space, along with the confidence of a few key families, helped Chris find success in his new line of work. The transition from one-to-one to one-to-many didn't happen all at once. Chris started things off by taking a lot of the risk on himself. He bet on himself to make it easier for clients to also bet on him too. When he decided to move into private equity, Chris scaled back his law firm to give himself more bandwidth and started blocking off time to focus on the new project. This gave him the room to build the new company. If you don't block time, there will always be something to absorb the time you didn't block for your new venture. You'll never get off the old ladder if you don't block off time for the new ladder.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What is your personal definition of growth? Chris has always been driven by learning new things. Since he spends nearly all his time now selling, he focuses on reteaching all the things he has learned over the years. What people really want is for someone to help them identify problems they didn't even know they had and help them solve those problems. As experts, it's very easy to get so focused on what you know that you aren't even aware of the issues that are just outside your expertise. The mindset that Chris carries into a meeting is one of being excited to learn and showing how he can help. By being truly concerned about the other person, it's a lot easier to customize your solution to actually solve their problem. When speaking with potential investors, Chris is looking to learn what their investment goals are to see if they are aligned with them. His company has a well defined mission and invests in very specific types of companies. If the opportunity is not a fit, that's okay. If the goals are aligned but the person may not be ready to go yet, Chris tries to break the information into more bite-sized pieces instead of overwhelming them with everything at once. Dripping out follow-up content has made building trust with investors a success.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG Training or Snowball System? One of Chris's favorite strategies actually came from one of Mo's Grow Big Playbook emails about how long your emails should be. When you're in a moment, it can be hard to step back and see the bigger picture. Try to get a greater perspective and see if what you are considering is being given too much or too little importance. Whenever you're worried about whether something is worth your time, measure it against whether you're future self will be proud of it. Chris starts his day off at 5 AM with some exercise and reading time to get into the right mindset for the work that day. He also has time blocked off everyday that allows him to focus, think, catch up, and tackle problems that arise. Impact isn't always about the time involved, it can also involve leveraging relationships and connection. When determining what to focus on, Chris looks at impact, connection, and how something aligns with his long-term vision. Every mission is a vision of a future that's better than today. Chris's vision is one of restoring community capitalism and rebuilding the communities and families that are impacted by those companies. Find the intersection between something you are really interested in and having a big impact on the world. The problem with big missions is that they take a long time to fulfill, so you better be interested in it.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What growth story are you most personally proud of? Making the pivot from law to private equity is the thing that Chris is the most proud of. The pivot was hard and took a long time but it has allowed him to make more impact than ever before. One of the examples that Chris talks about is a company where Chris implemented his methodology of growth and after 19 months they grew from $2.3 million to $4.9 million in profit. Rather than just generate more sales, Chris helped them become more process efficient. Chris grew up in a trailer park back in the 70's where there was still a sense of community. That experience is why Chris is so dedicated to the mission of rehabilitating those kinds of communities now. It was a long process of learning and growing before Chris was able to connect all the dots. Being raised in a poor community, Chris wasn't exposed to the idea of entrepreneurship and the impact you can have at that level until after he began his career in law. Chris is insatiably curious, which is a trait that has propelled him throughout his career. That curiosity is what allowed Chris to make the jump from each level to the next. After working with families that owned businesses for 17 years, Chris could see things that they couldn't. This was a big motivation for buying the first business. Chris realized that, over the period of growing the law firm from eight lawyers to 22 lawyers over 24 months, he got himself into a position where he couldn't use his strengths. Instead of floundering, Chris made the hard decision to cut back to what was working before, which allowed him to eventually make the transition to bigger and better things.   Mo asks Chris Graham: If you could record a video around growth skills and send it to your younger self, what would it say? Chris's message would be simple: Think bigger, quicker. Chris had been entrepreneurial his whole career, but he didn't have the vision at the time to be able to make the leap to start his own law firm. Before starting Crown Capital, Chris didn't know exactly what a private equity firm did on a day-to-day basis, but he knew he was interested and there was an opportunity for him there. He reached out to other private equity firms and sold them on the skills and connections he had to get some experience, and doing that eliminated the mystery. Use the value you have and try to get involved. Maybe you'll have a better way to do it, which is what Chris discovered, or you will learn what you need to know to make a decision. Asking somebody to mentor you is a powerful move, people love to mentor when they can and often they can become invested in your success. A great question to ask is, “I need a mentor in this space to make the transition. Are you available?”     Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com linkedin.com/company/crowncapitalinvestments linkedin.com/in/christophertgraham25 cgraham@ccfos.com crown-inv.com Crown Capital Investments on YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCLstgUIyDH9bRFTHH0vWAbg Dan Pink Reveals How to Become a Sales and Business Development Ninja (season 1 episode 9) The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
Chris Graham Elaborates on Thinking Bigger, Quicker

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 61:24


Chris Graham shares his growth story of both personal and professional development, and how he uses his skills and connections in his private equity firm Crown Capital Investments to impact the communities and families of the businesses they're invested in. Learn how Chris developed the skills needed to create powerful relationships, but also the internal mindset he was missing that prevented him from scaling his impact to what he knew it could be; how to think bigger, quicker, and how to find a mentor and get them invested in your success.   Mo asks Chris Graham: When was the moment you realized growth was a good thing? As a lawyer, you're responsible for the whole gamut of the business. The whole process is about connecting and engaging with clients on a deeper level, and Chris realized that he needed a new approach in order to scale. Everybody who is striving to be more has to cut what they are good at, to take a risk at doing something better. Chris had a great relationship with his clients but being limited to a one-to-one impact felt restricting for what he wanted to do so he pivoted from law into private equity. He had to give up what he had been building for 20 years to have an opportunity to make an even greater impact. His experience over the 20 years of growing his law practice gave him a unique perspective into what entrepreneurs can do to grow their business. Taking that experience into the private equity space, along with the confidence of a few key families, helped Chris find success in his new line of work. The transition from one-to-one to one-to-many didn't happen all at once. Chris started things off by taking a lot of the risk on himself. He bet on himself to make it easier for clients to also bet on him too. When he decided to move into private equity, Chris scaled back his law firm to give himself more bandwidth and started blocking off time to focus on the new project. This gave him the room to build the new company. If you don't block time, there will always be something to absorb the time you didn't block for your new venture. You'll never get off the old ladder if you don't block off time for the new ladder.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What is your personal definition of growth? Chris has always been driven by learning new things. Since he spends nearly all his time now selling, he focuses on reteaching all the things he has learned over the years. What people really want is for someone to help them identify problems they didn't even know they had and help them solve those problems. As experts, it's very easy to get so focused on what you know that you aren't even aware of the issues that are just outside your expertise. The mindset that Chris carries into a meeting is one of being excited to learn and showing how he can help. By being truly concerned about the other person, it's a lot easier to customize your solution to actually solve their problem. When speaking with potential investors, Chris is looking to learn what their investment goals are to see if they are aligned with them. His company has a well defined mission and invests in very specific types of companies. If the opportunity is not a fit, that's okay. If the goals are aligned but the person may not be ready to go yet, Chris tries to break the information into more bite-sized pieces instead of overwhelming them with everything at once. Dripping out follow-up content has made building trust with investors a success.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG Training or Snowball System? One of Chris's favorite strategies actually came from one of Mo's Grow Big Playbook emails about how long your emails should be. When you're in a moment, it can be hard to step back and see the bigger picture. Try to get a greater perspective and see if what you are considering is being given too much or too little importance. Whenever you're worried about whether something is worth your time, measure it against whether you're future self will be proud of it. Chris starts his day off at 5 AM with some exercise and reading time to get into the right mindset for the work that day. He also has time blocked off everyday that allows him to focus, think, catch up, and tackle problems that arise. Impact isn't always about the time involved, it can also involve leveraging relationships and connection. When determining what to focus on, Chris looks at impact, connection, and how something aligns with his long-term vision. Every mission is a vision of a future that's better than today. Chris's vision is one of restoring community capitalism and rebuilding the communities and families that are impacted by those companies. Find the intersection between something you are really interested in and having a big impact on the world. The problem with big missions is that they take a long time to fulfill, so you better be interested in it.   Mo asks Chris Graham: What growth story are you most personally proud of? Making the pivot from law to private equity is the thing that Chris is the most proud of. The pivot was hard and took a long time but it has allowed him to make more impact than ever before. One of the examples that Chris talks about is a company where Chris implemented his methodology of growth and after 19 months they grew from $2.3 million to $4.9 million in profit. Rather than just generate more sales, Chris helped them become more process efficient. Chris grew up in a trailer park back in the 70's where there was still a sense of community. That experience is why Chris is so dedicated to the mission of rehabilitating those kinds of communities now. It was a long process of learning and growing before Chris was able to connect all the dots. Being raised in a poor community, Chris wasn't exposed to the idea of entrepreneurship and the impact you can have at that level until after he began his career in law. Chris is insatiably curious, which is a trait that has propelled him throughout his career. That curiosity is what allowed Chris to make the jump from each level to the next. After working with families that owned businesses for 17 years, Chris could see things that they couldn't. This was a big motivation for buying the first business. Chris realized that, over the period of growing the law firm from eight lawyers to 22 lawyers over 24 months, he got himself into a position where he couldn't use his strengths. Instead of floundering, Chris made the hard decision to cut back to what was working before, which allowed him to eventually make the transition to bigger and better things.   Mo asks Chris Graham: If you could record a video around growth skills and send it to your younger self, what would it say? Chris's message would be simple: Think bigger, quicker. Chris had been entrepreneurial his whole career, but he didn't have the vision at the time to be able to make the leap to start his own law firm. Before starting Crown Capital, Chris didn't know exactly what a private equity firm did on a day-to-day basis, but he knew he was interested and there was an opportunity for him there. He reached out to other private equity firms and sold them on the skills and connections he had to get some experience, and doing that eliminated the mystery. Use the value you have and try to get involved. Maybe you'll have a better way to do it, which is what Chris discovered, or you will learn what you need to know to make a decision. Asking somebody to mentor you is a powerful move, people love to mentor when they can and often they can become invested in your success. A great question to ask is, “I need a mentor in this space to make the transition. Are you available?”     Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com linkedin.com/company/crowncapitalinvestments linkedin.com/in/christophertgraham25 cgraham@ccfos.com crown-inv.com Crown Capital Investments on YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCLstgUIyDH9bRFTHH0vWAbg Dan Pink Reveals How to Become a Sales and Business Development Ninja (season 1 episode 9) The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

Makeup Mentor Podcast
Breaking Down Beliefs about Montezing on Social Media with JT Barnett

Makeup Mentor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:34


Professional hockey player turned founder, creator, and strategist, JT Barnett has tapped into the power of social media, creating multiple accounts amassing over 1.5million followers, and now teaches businesses how to create content as well as discover creators to become the new face of their brand. But JT isn't just here to reveal his tips for monetizing social media. Tune in as he shares his story, from learning the most valuable lessons from the worst coaches to being forced to leave professional sports when life had other plans for him.   Don't miss this conversation on allowing life's process to unfold and manifest. And how the game didn't end for JT Barnett - it just got redirected.    KEY POINTS: - The value of negative experiences - Nothing is good or bad, it just is - Trusting what feels good, not comfortable - Why you should intentionally look for the good around you - Tips and tricks to monetize your social media   QUOTABLES: “I think it's so ingrained in us that there's a right and a wrong, and black and white. And I think that things are just more gray. I think that there's just more nuance to things. There's more shades than just black and white.” “When I was going through this transition, I was like, this isn't happening to me, this is happening for me.”   GUEST RESOURCES: Like what you're hearing? Learn more about JT Barnett at: barnettx.com IG | @jtbarnett TikTok | @jtbarnett Creator platform: creatorx.fun Join JT's texting community: my.community.com/jt   Mentioned in this episode:  Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek: amzn.to/3LW5QOA Gary Vee Podcast: garyvaynerchuk.com/podcast Jay Shetty Podcast: jayshetty.me/podcast Huberman Lab Podcast: hubermanlab.com   PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: Check out Anita's free workshop! manifestingmoneypodcast.thinkific.com/courses/31-days-of-abundance   Sign up for the 31 Days of Abundance Course here: manifestingmoneypodcast.thinkific.com/courses/31-days-of-abundance   Introducing the Manifesting Money Academy! Step into the most abundant version of yourself at: manifestingmoneypodcast.com/manifestingmoneyacademy52661301   Join the Millionaire Academy Waitlist: manifestingmoneypodcast.thinkific.com/courses/one-on-one-and-millionaire-academy   Follow Manifesting Monday Podcast on social media and share the love! TikTok | tiktok.com/@manifestingmoneypodcast IG | instagram.com/manifestingmoneypodcast/ Subscribe to Manifesting Money Podcast on YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCpXrOIdzEEYGq9XzbiW263g Manifesting Money is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)

The Long and The Short Of It
190. Bad Reviews

The Long and The Short Of It

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:15


Speaking from personal experience, Jen and Pete noodle on how to find some levity and insight if you're on the receiving end of bad reviews.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What might a person learn from a bad review of their work or performance?What strategies might one use to look at and interpret a bad review?When looking at your own work, what are the important questions to ask, that a bad review might not consider?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: hello@thelongandtheshortpodcast.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/). 

Sweet but Fearless Podcast
Podcast #87 - Be Curious and Create Your Future with Tais De Rada

Sweet but Fearless Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 30:32


In this episode, we talk with Certified Financial Planner, Tais De Rada, who's passion is financial literacy and ensuring everyone understands the need for financial education. Her interest in economics led her to network during college, knowing early on that she wanted to make connections that could help her get her foot in the door. Being curious helped her explore the options available to her and where she saw herself. Tais takes us on her journey and provides tips on how to network, creating habits, and how to find your place.   What to Listen For Introduction – 2:15 Networking in college – 4:45 How to build that network – 7:00 Applying discipline in your work-life – 10:20 Reflection is necessary for progression - 12:45 Habits can start out small – 14:10 Tips and advice – 18:00 Experience and getting the job – 21:50 Final thoughts - 28:30 Resources from this Episode Books: Atomic Habits – James Clear The Power of Habits – Charles Duhigg Start with Why – Simon Sinek   Did you know, that as a leader, self-awareness is a critical quality? One study concluded that a high degree of self-awareness was the best predictor of success for executives. In the no-nonsense e-book, “Self-Awareness Audit,” we take you through a series of exercises and actionable tips to clearly, consciously, and confidently, tell your story of who you are and what makes you unique and remarkable. Check in with Sweet but Fearless Website - sweetbutfearless.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/successfulwomensnetwork LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/68031466/admin/

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!
Episode 347: Raising Healthier Kids with Charlie Bailes

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 29:25


In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Charlie Bailes   Charlie wears a lot of hats... First, he's a husband to his dream girl, Leigh Ann. And a close second, he is a dad to three pretty awesome kids - Vivian, Finn, and Banks. For work, he's a drug dealer... No seriously, that is what he tells people.    Charlie is a 4th generation family member and VP in their family business (ABC Fine Wine & Spirits), and also an entrepreneur who founded a supplement company (CB Supplements) that specializes in selling multi-sourced collagen protein products.    Charlie Bailes is a professional go-to-bed'er (if that is a word) before 9 PM and he highly values sleep. He also enjoys torturing himself by doing CrossFit on a daily basis.    Charlie loves all things health and would love to talk to anyone about physical training, nutrition, working out, collagen, coffee, life, parenting, business. His mission is to inspire others to act and to help themselves, which he would tell you he most certainly stole from Simon Sinek... "Invest in the long game."   This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Life really starts when you start having kids 2) How my kids inspired me to create change in the world 3) Sneaking healthy supplements into your kid's products 4) What is your delivery system for your supplements 5) Educating us on Collagens and how they work 6) What should you look for in quality collagen when shopping This episode is about: In this episode, Jana and Charlie discuss, life really starts when you start having kids or become responsible for someone else's life. How his kids inspired him to create a generational change in the world.. Sneaking healthy supplements into your kid's diet doesn't have to be that hard. Charlie educates us all on collagens and how they work and what to look for when shopping around.   Get in touch with Charlie: https://charliebailes.com/ https://cbsupplements.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cbsupplements/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-bailes/   Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Get Your Free Copy of Best Holistic Life Magazine! One of the fastest-growing independent magazines centered around holistic living. https://www.bestholisticlife.com/   Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/