Episode 74 – The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People Hear, with Brent BartelThis episode finishes the Pyramid of Influence series. Stephen R. Covey's Pyramid of Influence tells us how to have ethical and positive influence on other people. Brent Bartel is a certified life coach and spent many years as a Stephen R Covey leadership facilitator. If you are wanting to have more influence in the life of your family members, but are not sure where to start, these episodes will be a crash course in how to be a more influential person. 12:30 - Prepare your mind and heart before the speech35:20 - Avoid fight or flight – talk through differences50:45 - Recognize and take time to teach54:20 - Agree on limits, rules, expectations, and consequences1:03:30 - Don't give up and don't give in1:17:00 - Be there at the crossroads1:28:30 - Train them in the law of the harvest To contact Brent Bartel, email firstname.lastname@example.org Other podcasts in this series:The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People See, part 1 CLICK HERE The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People See, part 2 CLICK HEREThe Pyramid of Influence, What Other People Feel, part 1 CLICK HERE The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People Feel, part 2 CLICK HERE If you're a parent of a young adult, you need my newest free download: “10 Important Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Your Young Adult”Parenting definitely doesn't get easier when your child enters their young adult years, and you need these tips! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF Are you wondering if coaching is right for you? I offer a one-time, 50 minute coaching call at a highly discounted price of $25 so you can try it out and see what coaching is all about. Bring your relationship problem you're stuck in and work on it with me. We can do a lot of work in 50 minutes. I'll see you on our call. CLICK HERE to set up your call
In this episode of the Business Broken to Smokin' Podcast: Lodestone True North's Head Coach Mark Whitmore and our guest Josh Gordon, President of Full Spectrum Marketing ( https://www.fsm.agency/ ) discuss the role as a visionary, core strategy, hiring with your core values, and FSM's core values. 0:00 Intro 19:52 What do you feel like your roll is as a visionary and what does that look like? 24:19 Owning the core strategy, as a visionary 27:00 FSM's core values (List them here: Partnership, Clear Communication, Bold & Honest, Humbly Confident, Furiosity™️) 36:38 FSM's ideal client (FMS's Mission: “Great work to do good”) 38:03 Do you have clients that come back with their core values? 39:24 What would you suggest to a company they ought to look for in a business coach? 41:01 Shoutout to Akron Family Restaurant https://akron-family-restaurant.business.site/ 41:40 What's your favorite Lodestone tool? S.M.A.C.K.! (see Episode 018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgKgysVOME4&t=300s for more info on S.M.A.C.K.!) 44:40 What lessons have you learned? 49:05 Hiring is a huge deal… 52:58 What have you seen other business owners mess up? - Trust allergy 55:25 Why is ego such a big deal? 57:23 What books would you suggest to other companies? - 7 habits of highly effective people, Stephen R. Covey (especially habit number 5) - Founding Brothers, Joseph J. Ellis (on the Revolutionary War) - Crossing the chasm, by Geoffrey 1:05:35 Reference to Stephen Covey Big Rocks video (habit number 3) 1:13:00 When the term Furiosity™️ was created… 1:14:30 We make connecting people with information… 1:16:30 Teeing up Episode 029 (Grit Part III) Website: https://www.lodestonetruenorth.com Website: https://www.bigeasydesk.com LinkedIn Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-whitmore-lodestone/ LinkedIn Lodestone: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lodestone-true-north Lodestone Online Courses: https://lodestone.thinkific.com Podcast: YouTube (video) https://youtube.com/@lodestonetruenorth Spotify (video or audio) https://open.spotify.com/show/3QCsZ7fyKr4z804oTac3FU Apple Podcasts (audio) https://apple.co/3O4uv4H Other Podcast Platforms https://lodestonetruenorth.com/podcast/ **Credits** Music - I Won't Back Down by Tom Petty
What is your ‘Why?'. In this inspiring BA Brew, Joe Newbert joins the Crew to talk about how we can create purpose and meaning in our personal and professional lives. Topics covered include: Jacob Morgan's framework for purpose and meaning; values driven leadership; bringing our personal purpose and meaning to work; finding consensus on purpose and values; intent-based leadership and helping others to find their purpose and meaning. The books recommended in this BA Brew are: The Future Leader by Jacob Morgan; Start with Why by Simon Sinek and The 8th Habit by Stephen R. Covey. AssistKD provides training, apprenticeships and consultancy services throughout the UK and internationally. Click here to view AssistKD's extensive choice of classroom (virtual and face-to-face) and e-learning courses.
Parte 4 da série de leitura comentada sobre o livro Os 7 Hábitos das Pessoas Altamente Eficazes do Stephen R. Covey. Na quarta parte iremos abordar o hábito 2 - Comece com o objetivo. Descubra como desenvolver um objetivo correto de acordo com seu Círculo de Influência. Links para comprar o livro 7 Hábitos das Pessoas Altamente Eficazes do Autor Stephen R. Covey: Versão física: https://amzn.to/3yKsft6 Ebook: https://amzn.to/3yPbVXL Dúvidas, elogios, sugestões e críticas envie para email@example.com
Around 1 in 8 children and young people experience behavioural or emotional problems growing up and as it stands over 200,000 children under the age of 18 are being referred and on the waiting list to get help with their mental health. Libby Steggles-Ginn is an intuitive coach and energy healer and it is her purpose and mission to help families to thrive and create the next generation of emotionally healthy, empowered and happy children. She helps to empower parents to raise confident, resilient and happy kids.Contact Libbyhttps://www.theemojicoach.com/https://www.yowahradio.co.uk/parent-talk/https://linktr.ee/LibbyEmojiCoachSupport the show======If you would like to support the show:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=GD48Z5Q6GT582or Join my Patreon Page:https://www.patreon.com/empoweringfamilyhealth======Contact Johann (host) here: https://linktr.ee/johanncallaghan_sleepcoach======
Interacting with animals has been shown to decrease levels of cortisol (a stress-related hormone) and lower blood pressure. Today we are going to be talking about pets and how they add longevity to our lives. Pets, especially dogs and cats, can reduce loneliness, increase feelings of social support, and boost your mood. Caring for an animal can help children grow up more secure and active. Pets also provide valuable companionship for older adults. We will also be bringing in essential oils into the conversation and how Jan integrated the use of essential oils into her work. Jan Jeremias, MSc is a certified yoga teacher and a reflexologist, and has an extensive background in science and health. Jan worked in clinical infectious disease and cancer research centers at Cornell University Medical College and Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City for over 20 years. In addition, Jan worked for the New York City Department of Health (NYCDOH) for four years. Jan has completed extensive coursework in aromatherapy and intensive course on essential oils for animals. Her passion for natural health and her scientific background has allowed her to help people and their pets worldwide. Jan has the unique ability to merge the west and the east to empower people and pets in a journey to wellness. Jan is the author of Spoil Your Pet: A Practical Guide to Using Essential Oils.Contact Jan Jeremiashttps://janjeremias.com/https://www.facebook.com/jan.jeremias.3/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-jeremias-88b08120a/Support the show======If you would like to support the show:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=GD48Z5Q6GT582or Join my Patreon Page:https://www.patreon.com/empoweringfamilyhealth======Contact Johann (host) here: https://linktr.ee/johanncallaghan_sleepcoach======
In this episode, Reed and I discuss how you can truly take control of your own health and end the cycle of trial and error by identifying hidden opportunities for healing. Reed Davis, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) and Certified Nutritional Therapist (CNT), is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine. He is the Founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) and the FDN Certification Course with over 4,000 graduates in 50 countries. Reed served as the Health Director at a Wellness Center in Southern California for over 10 years and with over 10,000 clients is known as one of the most experienced clinicians in his field. Reed serves on the Advisory Board of the American Natural Wellness Coaches Board and the American Association of Natural Wellness Coaches.Here's what Reed had to say:"Empowerment is what it's all about. You want to give people control of their health". Watch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elx4Hcy_1NgFor more information:https://www.fdntraining.com/familyhealthFollow Reed Davis: https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com/https://www.facebook.com/FunctionalDiagnosticNutrition/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7xDnEKCe9gKeWZ2vbE3C8whttps://www.linkedin.com/company/san-diego-natural-health-&-fitness-ctr/Support the show======If you would like to support the show:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=GD48Z5Q6GT582or Join my Patreon Page:https://www.patreon.com/empoweringfamilyhealth======Contact Johann (host) here: https://linktr.ee/johanncallaghan_sleepcoach======
#70 - The Pyramid of Influence - What Other People Feel, part 2Tina Gosney and Brent Bartel are back to discuss level 2 of Stephen R Covey's Pyramid of Influence - the relationship level and what other people feel when they are around you. This episode is the 4th in a 6 part series on the Pyramid of Influence. Want to listen to the first 3 in the series, click belowEpisode 65 - The Pyramid of Influence - What Other People See, part 1Episode 66 - The Pyramid of Influence - What Other People See, part 2Episode 69 - The Pyramid of Influence - What Other People Feel, part 1 2:10 - Accept the person and the situation20:40 - Admit your mistakes, apologize, and ask for forgiveness29:20 - Assume the best in others43:50 - Go one on oneDo you want help learning to use the concepts we are teaching in this podcast? Learning is one thing, knowing how to use and implement is another. Set up an appointment with one of us for help.Email Brent at: firstname.lastname@example.orgAre you wondering if coaching is right for you? I offer a one-time, 50 minute coaching call at a highly discounted price of $25 so you can try it out and see what coaching is all about. Bring your relationship problem you're stuck in and work on it with me. We can do a lot of work in 50 minutes. I'll see you on our call. CLICK HERE to set up your call
#069 - The Pyramid of Influence - What Other People Feel, part 1Tina Gosney and Brent Bartel continue their discussion on Stephen R. Covey's Pyramid of Influence and in this episode they focus on the 2nd level of influence - what other people feel when they are around you. If you are wishing and wanting to have more influence in the lives of your family members, influence in a non-controlling, authentic, and loving way, this series of discussions will be very helpful. This episode is the 3rd in the series. To listen to The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People See part 1: CLICK HERETo listen to The Pyramid of Influence, What Other People See part 2: CLICK HERE9:40 - Be influenced by them first26:15 - The emotional bank account33:15 - Clarify expectations39:15 - Seek first to understand, then to be understoodAre you wondering if coaching is right for you? I offer a one-time, 50 minute coaching call at a highly discounted price of $25 so you can try it out and see what coaching is all about. Bring your relationship problem you're stuck in and work on it with me. We can do a lot of work in 50 minutes. I'll see you on our call. CLICK HERE to set up your call
"What's the biggest mistake therapists make?” While there are many mistakes that can be made when starting out, Hayley believes the biggest one is failing to be intentional with your end goal. Today Hayley is here for her very first solo episode! You guys asked, so here it is. She talks about the importance of using your future self and tapping into your values to reverse engineer your goals and your actions TODAY. Don't forget to let Hayley know if you liked this very first solo episode and if you'd like to see more in the future!Stephen R. Covey: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People*Please note: This website contains affiliate links ________________________________________Get In Touch With Hayley Website. IG Don't forget to FOLLOW the podcast!This podcast was brought to you by On Track Studio.email@example.comFor advertising opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Today on Entrepreneur Conundrum Carl Gould joins the show.We discuss how Carl helps businesses grow and expand. Carl is an authority on business growth, who advises organizations to get to the next level. Carl is truly a worldwide leading authority on business and entrepreneurship, and has built three multi million dollar businesses by the age of 40. An award winning coach and mentor that has created the farthest reaching business mentoring organization in the world and his methodologies are in practice in 35 countries. He has trained, certified or accredited over 7000 business coaches and mentors since 2012. He's a multi award winner including this Stevie Lifetime Achievement Award, the chief growth advisor at seven stage advisors that has mentored the launch of over 5000 businesses. Carl is the author of multiple books on the subject of business strategy, leadership and sustainable growth. He has co authored blueprint for success with Stephen R. Covey, and Ken Blanchard, and his best selling book the seven stages of small business success lays out the formula for hyper growth in 2016. Biz Dev Done Right became the number one best seller on Amazon. Carl has an abundance of knowledge that he is sharing and you do not want to this this one!Virginia02:45So how did you kind of get started on this whole entrepreneurial journey?Virginia06:11So with what you do now, so your mentoring aspect, right? How do you get visible online? Virginia08:44Your five different platforms that you do. So do you repurpose any of that content? Virginia12:37So who are your ideal clients?Virginia13:25So is there kind of a mistake trend that you kind of see your ideal clients making?Virginia14:52So what else Some big goals that you're looking to achieve in the next year or two?Virginia21:36So when does your book come out? Virginia21:47So do you think of any ways how your book could change your business?Virginia24:48Do you think that there's a roadblock? That's kind of maybe in the way of writing the book or hitting any of your other goals that you have? Virginia26:10So is do you have any tips that you can give us with what you do for your time management and time allocation aspects?Virginia30:29Was it long or hard for you to come up with that process?Virginia31:36Thank you. So in all of your experience, and everything that you've done, what would you say was the best advice that you have ever been given?Virginia31:36So in all of your experience, and everything that you've done, what would you say was the best advice that you have ever been given?Virginia34:14What's the best advice that you have ever given?Virginia37:06Do you have any mindset tips or tricks or anything for those that might be right on the cusp that aren't quite waiting long enough?Virginia39:45Is there anything that you would like to share with us that we haven't touched on yet today?Virginia44:07Where can we go to learn more about you and what you do?Carl Gouldwww.carlgould.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Carl.L.GouldVirginia PurnellFunnel & Visibility SpecialistDistinct Digital Marketing(833) email@example.comBook a Free Call http://bit.ly/DDMBookACallEC
This week, Tayo welcomes Cynthia Covey Haller, an author, teacher, speaker, and active participant in her community. Cynthia has written and contributed to several notable books, one of them being Live Life in Crescendo which she co-wrote with her late father, the legendary leadership expert Stephen R. Covey.In this episode, Tayo and Cynthia unpack the concept of living life in crescendo. As Cynthia explains, the crescendo mentality is all about changing your view of life and seeing it through a different lens. Just like music builds on the previous notes, you can also build on your past and previous experiences. Your best work is yet to come, and that's exactly what living life in crescendo is all about. Cynthia talks about the importance of defining what success means for you, how to take control of your life, and why life doesn't have to end after retirement. If you want to live your life to the fullest, listen in to Cynthia's wise words here today, and choose to live it with the crescendo mindset.The Finer Details of This Episode: Live Life in CrescendoWhat is the crescendo mentality?Finding your missionHow a wrongful conviction turned into an inspirational storyDefining successThe importance of doing good Choosing to live life in crescendoLinks: Connect with Cynthia Covey Haller:‘Live Life in Crescendo' by Stephen R. Covey and Cynthia Covey Haller: https://www.franklincovey.com/books/live-life-in-crescendo/ Connect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast:Tayo's Website: https://tayorockson.com/Tayo on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tayorockson/Tayo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TayoRocksonTayo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tayorocksonTayo on TikTok: https://www.youtube.com/tayorocksonAs Told by Nomads Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/as-told-by-nomads/id910739730UYD Management: https://www.uydmanagement.com/UYD Collective: https://tayorockson.com/uyd-collective Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How to Rethink Your Thinking Episode #492 with Kirk Behrendt & Heather Crockett Whether you realize it or not, you talk to yourself throughout your day. And 80% of that self-talk is negative! So, to help you put a stop to the negative thinking, Kirk Behrendt brings back Heather Crockett, one of ACT's amazing coaches, with tips on how to retrain your brain with positivity. Get rid of the stinkin' thinkin' for a better practice and better life! To learn how, listen to Episode 492 of The Best Practices Show! Episode Resources: Heather's email: firstname.lastname@example.org Heather's Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/heather.r.crockett ( https://www.facebook.com/heather.r.crockett) Heather's social media: @actdental Subscribe to thehttps://the-best-practices-show.captivate.fm/listen ( Best Practices Show Podcast) Join thehttps://www.actdental.com/ttt ( To The Top Study Club) See ourhttps://www.eventbrite.com/cc/act-dental-live-workshops-306239 ( Live Events Schedule) here Get thehttps://www.actdental.com/magazine ( Best Practices Magazine) for Free! Write ahttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-practices-show/id1223838218 ( Review on iTunes) Links Mentioned in This Episode: Previous Best Practices episodes with Heather:https://www.youtube.com/user/actdental/search?query=heather%20crockett ( https://www.youtube.com/user/actdental/search?query=heather%20crockett) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Sean Covey and Stephen R. Covey:https://bookshop.org/p/books/the-7-habits-of-highly-effective-people-30th-anniversary-edition-sean-covey/12583202?ean=9781982137274 ( https://bookshop.org/p/books/the-7-habits-of-highly-effective-people-30th-anniversary-edition-sean-covey/12583202?ean=9781982137274) Main Takeaways: Positivity is always possible. Make a habit of practicing gratitude. Be mindful of who you surround yourself with. You have a choice in how you respond to stress. Don't try to figure out your business on your own. Quotes: “You, as a dentist or a dental professional, your hands can only go so far, and that's it. Your back can only go so far. But your brain has infinite potential. And what you want to do is make better choices over time.” (2:26—2:40) -Kirk “[This mindset is] not just important for dentists, it's important for everyone. You've got to keep that positive outlook. You've got to keep a mindset that is happy and not depressed all the time.” (3:01—3:15) “It's really not a good idea to try to figure out a business on your own.” (7:12—7:16) -Kirk “80% of your own self-talk is negative. You need someone else to come in and point out all of the great things that you're doing. I do that all the time [as a coach] with my clients and say, ‘You've got to stop being so hard on yourself. Look at all these amazing things that you've accomplished. And we've come so far.' We need to give space to the things that we need to celebrate.” (7:53—8:13) “One of my own personal core values is contagious enthusiasm. I really don't like grumpy attitude. Guess what? I'll get a text message, I'll get an email, I'll get a phone call with bad news. What am I going to do with this bad news? Right? I can really complain about it, or I can reflect on it and, ‘Okay. Let's think of what we can do now to be positive moving forward.' And I oftentimes will help my clients move into that positive direction.” (8:26—8:57) “[Stephen] Covey said this, which I love. This is so important to think about. He said between stimulus and response, there's a space. And in that space lies our freedom and our power to choose our response. And in our response lies our growth and our happiness.” (9:18—9:36) -Kirk “People say garbage in, garbage out. That is not true. Garbage in, garbage stays.” . . . If you're not feeling good, you're feeling a little negative, what's going on in your brain? What are you feeding your brain? Because what you're feeding it, it's staying.” (11:26—11:43) -Kirk “Who you surround...
“Trust is the highest form of human motivation” In this episode I am going to discuss the topic of Trust. I found this book written by Stephen M.R. Covey, (Stephen R. Covey's son) titled The Speed of Trust. I first go over 9 myths that Stephen M.R. Covey mentions in the book and how the book shows us the real truths about trust. I use the first half of the book to then talk about the 4 core elements of trust. You can think of it like a Tree - roots, trunk, branches and fruit which are compared to integrity, intent, capabilities and results. Trust is so important and it's been fun to think about it in a little different way. For more info come by www.findingthefloor.com/ep112Come and say hi - I am on Facebook or Instagram @findingthefloor or send me an email Camille@findingthefloorThanks to Seth Johnson for my intro and outro original music. I love it so much!
We’re back…again! On this episode, we discuss a small section on church-centeredness from the classic Stephen R. Covey book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This small section contained some tough meat for reflection as we strive to work within our modern church culture. If you have any questions regarding this episode, or have any […]
In this episode, I interview Jeff Williams the Founder and CEO of Barcats based in Sydney, Australia. Jeff has set up his own business to help staff and venues connect with new opportunities. With over 20 years of experience in corporate life, Jeff has decided to sat down and came up with different ideas to build his own business. Barcats was established in 2017 and has been running for over 5 years. Became one of the fastest growing hospitality networks across Australia and New Zealand with over 65 FTEs. Jeff as said that growing a small business requires resilience and sort of bloody-mindedness. So he says, “Have confidence in your idea, but then go and execute it. Don't leave it up to somebody else. This Cast Covers: With over 20 years of experience in corporate life. Helping venue and staff connect with new opportunities. Bringing parties together with a vision of making hospitality better. Supporting stadiums and doing hundreds of people at a time. Managing their staffs with a system called “triangle”. Launched business in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and UK. With major sponsors such as Coca-Cola, Airbnb, Campari, Wine in Mackay, and Nestle in UK. Learning how to grow your business consistently through execution. With good group of investors and big corporate certain line officers. Learning how to overcome the biggest challenge in recruiting. Links: Jeff's LinkedIn Additional Resources: Barcats The Habits Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey Quotes: “Taking many opportunities is easier to find within the wider industry.” —Jeff Williams “You must ensure that you can build and grow with your people.” —Jeff Williams “You've got to get out of you chair and away from your desk to execute.” —Jeff Williams “Learn to be part of the solution not the problem itself.” —Jeff Williams “Resilience and bloody-mindedness are the key to grow through opportunities.” Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
#065 - The Pyramid of Influence with Brent Bartel, part 1If you're a parent, you probably wish you had more influence on your children than you do. But, how do you make that happen?Brent Bartel, a coach, and Tina Gosney talk about Stephen R Covey's Pyramid of Influence in his book, "Principle-Centered Leadership" and how to begin having more influence on the people you love the most. This is episode is part 1 of 2 as Brent and Tina discuss just the bottom level of the pyramid - Modeling.Want to contact Brent Bartel? Email him at: email@example.comIf you want to learn how to react less and respond more, manage your stress, and feel more balanced in your life, sign up for the free webinar:Breathing for LifeOctober 18October 20October 26Learn more about Tina Gosney through her website:tinagosney.com
If you're a parent, you probably wish you had more influence on your children than you do. But, how do you make that happen?Brent Bartel, a coach, and Tina Gosney talk about Stephen R Covey's Pyramid of Influence in his book, "Principle-Centered Leadership"and how to begin having more influence on the people you love the most. This is episode is part 2 of 2 as Brent and Tina discuss just the bottom level of the pyramid - Modeling.Want to contact Brent Bartel? Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you want to learn how to react less and respond more, manage your stress, and feel more balanced in your life, sign up for the free webinar:Breathing for LifeOctober 18October 20October 26Learn more about Tina Gosney through her website:tinagosney.com
Jay Abraham didn't get his nicknames “The 21.7 Billion Dollar Man” and “The Godfather of Marketing” by accident. They are a testament to his legendary work ethic and mastery of the art of marketing. Jay has helped build thousands of businesses for over four decades. And on top of that, he has advised entrepreneurial icons such as Tony Robbins, Daymond John, Stephen R. Covey, and many more. In this episode of the Perfectly Mentored Podcast, Jay Abraham joins Jason Portnoy to provide you with career-altering business advice and strategies. This is an absolute masterclass that will reshape your perception of marketing… forever. Check it out!Topics Covered If you were starting with creating an offer right now, how would you differentiate yourself from everyone else? [3:11]How do you get into the mindset of what [your audience] really wants? [6:43]Is that the same process you use for creating the message? [10:59]How do you create so much value in the mind of the people that makes them want to exchange large sums of money with you? [12:24]If someone wanted their brand to be recognized as a luxury/high-end commodity, how would you help them market their products in such a way? [19:54]How does someone get started [in business]? [21:40] Do you think people overcomplicate business? [28:17]Do you think business is, more or less, universal? [33:01]You're working on some strategies with Tony [Robbins] about how to thrive and take advantage of a recession. Do you mind sharing some of those strategies here? [37:14] What are the 3-5 most important metrics that our listeners need data on in order to operate and grow their business? [44:08]Before we end the show, is there anything I didn't ask you that I should have? [53:22]Want to work with Jason one-on-one? Click HereConnect with Jay Abraham:FacebookLinkedInWebsiteConnect with us:Perfectly Mentored InstagramWatch the Interviews on YouTubePerfectly Mentored FacebookConnect with Jason PortnoyWebsiteInstagramTikTokLike the episode? Watch and support us on YouTube
On the show today, we have Scott Miller. He has a 25-year career with Dr. Stephen R. Covey's team, in the world's most respected and influential leadership development firm. Scott fairly recently stepped out on his own and became a multi-bestselling author, radio and podcast host, columnist, and global keynote speaker. He continues to consult with FranklinCovey and today he's adding value to us Pivoters. Scott describes the pivotal moment when he decided to transition from a long-standing leadership corporate career during the pandemic to become a solopreneur. In this episode, we talk about Scott's book Master Mentors and the qualities of being a nimble and self-aware leader. Listen in to learn how to have high courage conversations as a leader in a way that balances courage and diplomacy. Pivotal Questions Asked: Do you have any techniques or ways for leaders faced with high courage conversations? Let's talk about your book Master Mentors and who it's for? If a pivoter's listening right now and they're 45 years old, business owner, have had some success under their belt, and know they're ready for some more change but not exactly sure what that step is, what's the story they've got to read? What is something you've noticed in the mentors that you're speaking to, or maybe something you've done that you feel is self-sabotage? If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be In This Episode You Will Learn: How to be a leader who recruits and retains quality talent and who has the ability to facilitate high courage conversations. Techniques on how to have high courage conversations in a way that balances courage and diplomacy. How to be self-aware and create a better working environment by asking for honest feedback from your team members. The qualities of a nimble leader who knows their strengths and weaknesses. How to gauge your fears, their legitimacy, and how quickly you can sort them out to move to the next thing. Minimize self-sabotaging by being vulnerable and realizing you don't know it all. The power of being kinder and pre-forgiving others. Quotes: “I think failure is probably the biggest teacher in life, and I'm not afraid of people watching me fail.”- Scott “The two top jobs of a leader are to recruit and retain quality talent; talent that is noticeably palpably better than your own.”- Scott “Give redirecting feedback and reinforcing feedback; all your feedback cannot be critical.”- Scott “You have to be a light, not a judge; be a model, not a critic.”- Scott “Most people don't fear failure; they fear having other people seeing them fail.”- Scott Books Mentioned: Multipliers by Liz Wiseman Disrupt Yourself by Whitney Johnson Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey How Will You Measure Your Life? by Karen Dillon Connect with Scott: scottjeffreymiller.com __________ What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!
My guest today is Scott Jeffrey Miller. Scott was raised in Central Florida and began his leadership journey early as the student body president of his high school where he fell in love with power politics. After working on numerous local, state, and national political campaigns, Scott joined the Disney Development Company where for nearly four years he was part of the team that designed and built the famed city of Celebration, Florida (Walt Disney's original vision for EPCOT Center). At the age of 26, Scott left was kicked out of Disney in Orlando, and moved to the next natural place for a good Catholic boy in his twenties: Provo, Utah. Now at first blush, this might seem genius insane, but he fell in love with Utah's mountains lack of humidity and joined the FranklinCovey Company. Recruited by Dr. Stephen R. Covey's team, Scott built a 26-year career in the world's most respected and influential leadership development firm serving in nearly every role imaginable. From a front-line salesperson, to project manager, sales leader, general manager, vice president, chief marketing officer to executive vice president of thought leadership, Scott's experience at FranklinCovey shaped his views on leadership being a human and somehow found himself married at the age of 41 and begrudgingly lovingly the father of three rascal angelic sons. Scott's professional roles evolved as he became a multi-bestselling author, radio and podcast host, leadership coach, columnist, and global keynote speaker. He continues to consult with FranklinCovey and is proud to continue their collaboration as he expands his own influence through new books, speeches, and coaching offerings. Scott currently serves as the Special Advisor on Thought Leadership for the Franklin Covey Company and is the host of their weekly podcast series, On Leadership with Scott Miller. Scott also hosts FranklinCovey's monthly book club on Bookclub.com which debuted in April 2021. Additionally, Scott is the prolific author of numerous books, writes a column for Inc. Magazine, and keynotes for clients around the world. The Millers live in Salt Lake City with their two treasured dogs and live every day full of gratitude for all their blessings. Welcome to Millerland everyone! This show is dedicated to Scott's journey, this conversation is what we make it. This is Counsel Culture. Learn more at www.ericbrooker.com | www.scottjeffreymiller.com
Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work Is Always Ahead of You (The Covey Habits Series) by Stephen R. Covey, Cynthia Covey Haller The inspirational, encouraging final book from the legendary leadership expert Stephen R. Covey, internationally bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Stephen R. Covey spent his long and storied career inspiring millions of individuals to make their lives more effective, compassionate, and meaningful. Near the end of his life, Covey felt there was a final component to his work: How to live your best life no matter your age? How to best respond to life-challenging experiences? How to approach the challenges and opportunities of middle to later life—like raising children, caring for your parents, leading and inspiring others, staying on top of your career, contributing to your community, and what follows next? Live Life in Crescendo is Covey's answer to these questions, outlining his vision for those in the prime of life, whatever age you may be. Covey urges all to “live life in crescendo,” continually growing in contribution, learning, and influence. In the same way that music builds on the previous notes, life too, builds on the past and unfolds in the future. This crescendo mentality urges you to use whatever you have—your time, talents, resources, gifts, passion, money, and influence—to enrich the lives of people around you, including your family, neighborhood, community, and the world. Cowritten with his daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, and published posthumously, Live Life in Crescendo is a life-changing and life-affirming book that befits the generosity and wisdom of the late Stephen R. Covey.
Live Life in Crescendo was the personal mantra of Stephen R. Covey, author of the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He worked with his daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, to share his ideas about the Crescendo Mentality. Unfortunately, Stephen, R. Covey passed away before the books was completed, but Cynthia continued the work and released the book last month. In this episode, she shares that her Dad did not believe in retirement. He felt that after your career you should still be making meaningful contributions, and living in crescendo for as long as you can. Despite successes and setbacks, Cynthia explains that the crescendo mentality gives you the perspective to keep growing, learning, and contributing, because you still have important things to give. She shares stories of triumph and courage and kindness. And she encourages all of us to continue to live in Crescendo. You can find the book, Live Life in Crescendo - Your Most Important Work is Always Ahead of You, at most bookstores. Episode Takeaways: 1. Life is a mission, not a career 2. Let someone know they are worthwhile, show them that you see their potential. 3. "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." ~ Pablo Picasso 4. Your most important work is always ahead of you. Thanks so much for listening. Subscribe on Apple Podcast, Stitcher , Google Podcast. or Spotify Follow up on Facebook and Instagram You can email me with questions or comments at email@example.com – Wendy Green is a Certified Life Coach, working with people going through the sometimes uncomfortable life transition from full-time work to “what's next.” Find out more about Wendy's 6-week “What's Next Transition” Coaching workshop – You can email Cynthia at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find her on LinkedIn and Instagram @cynthiacoveyhaller
Eat Like A Pig, Run Like A Horse - Anastacia Marx de Salcedo The Not Old Better Show Author Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show author interview series on radio and podcast. Today's show is brought to you by Archives.com Archives.com is your one-stop shop for access to more than 11 billion records essential to family history. I'm Paul Vogelzang, and for all of us in The Not Old Better Show audience who think about our diet, worry about our diet and spend too much time thinking about what we eat, today's guest will help us with those subjects and give us hope about how we can address diet, wellness and exercise. Thank you so much for listening. We've got a great guest today, whom I'll introduce in just a moment…But, quickly, if you missed any episodes, last week was our 666th episode, and we spoke to Smithsonian Associate and host of the popular PBS series “Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi”. Two weeks ago, I spoke with author, inspiring speaker and writer Cynthia Covey Haller about her new book, written with her father, Stephen R. Covey, Live Life In Crescendo. Wonderful stuff…If you missed those shows, you can go back and check them out along with my entire back-catalog of shows, all free for you there on our website, NotOld-Better.com…and if you leave a review, we will read it at the end of each show…leave reviews on Apple Podcasts for us. Eat Like a Pig, Run Like a Horse: How Food Fights Hijacked Our Health and the New Science of Exercise. That is a great title, and it's a great title to the new book by our guest today, Anastacia Marx de Salcedo Eat Like a Pig, Run Like a Horse takes us on a fascinating journey that weaves together true confessions, mad(ish) scientists, and beguiling animal stories. Marx de Salcedo shows that we need to move beyond our current diet-focused model to a new, dynamic concept of metabolism as regulated by exercise. Suddenly the answer to good health is almost embarrassingly simple. Don't worry about what you eat. Worry about how much you move…and moving can overcome, even overwhelm the most disgusting conditions. That of course is our guest today author Anastacia Marx de Salcedo reading from her excellent new book, Eat Like a Pig, Run Like a Horse: How Food Fights Hijacked Our Health and the New Science of Exercise. Join us as we discuss the book, deworming, and the fact that there is no magic pill. There is no perfect diet. Could it be that our underlying assumption—that what we're eating is making us fat and sick—is just plain wrong? Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast, author and science writer Anastacia Marx de Salcedo. Our review today is from Mabel Wheeler, dated 09/28/22, and Mabel Wheeler says: The Not Old Better show is a Valuable Show The Not Old Better Show is a very nice podcast. After a long time of searching, I heard an indescribably beautiful show. It felt very good finally. Looking forward to presenting me with more beautiful episodes in the coming days. Thank you, Mabel, and my thanks to Anastacia Marx de Salcedo for her generous time today and please check out our show notes for more details about Anastacia Marx de Salcedo's other books and information. My thanks to Archives.com for sponsoring today's episode. Please check out our website for more details about Archives.com Uncovering your family's history is simple and affordable at Archives.com. My thanks to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show. My thanks to Anastacia Marx de Salcedo for her generous time, reading and answering all my questions. My thanks to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast. Please be well, and be safe, which I'm telling you each show, followed by my message to eliminate assault rifles. Only members of the military use these weapons. Assault rifles are killing our children and grandchildren in the very places they learn: school. Let's do better. Let's talk about better. The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. Thanks, everybody, and we'll see you next week.
Oriol nos comparte desde su propia experiencia, -y desde la superación de las grandes dificultades que afrontó como empresario- cómo puedes -y debes- crear tu propio futuro con el Método CREA: (oriolbrutau.com): ""¿ERES DE LOS QUE PIENSAN QUE EL DESTINO ES INESCRUTABLE O QUE NO DISPONES DE LOS RECURSOS Y DE LAS CAPACIDADES PARA MOLDEARLO A TU FAVOR? Entonces este libro te planteará una fórmula de gran calado, aportándote una nueva perspectiva, innovadora y aplicable desde el primer minuto y de alto impacto potencial para tu vida y la de los que te rodean. Si todavía recuerdas el libro Quién se ha llevado mi queso, de Spencer Johnson, si te marcó para siempre La Buena Suerte, de Álex Rovira y Fernando Trías de Bes, o si has leído y releído Los 7 hábitos de la gente altamente efectiva, de Stephen R. Covey, no puedes perderte este libro. En el libro aparecen decenas de citas y referencias a grandes filósofos, pensadores, científicos y empresarios, incluidos el prólogo de Argelia García, CEO de ToGrowfy, y el epílogo de Xavier Ferràs, profesor de Operaciones, Innovación y Data Sciences en ESADE."""
Have you ever felt like it's too late for you? Have you ever felt like life passed you by, that your dream is gone forever, or that too many awful things have happened to you? Today I have as my guest the daughter of the late great Stephen R. Covey. Her name is Cynthia Covey Haller, and she has spent 10 plus years completing a book for you. She started it with her father, and it was his last big idea. Today, we will share this new habit of highly effective people with you, along with actionable advice for putting it into practice. By the end of this episode, you will have learned or relearned about the greatest power that is in you, a power that will help you hope again. Let's begin. Join my weekly newsletter at GregMcKeown.com/1mw Learn more about my books and courses at GregMcKeown.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mickela Mallozzi - Bare Feet Dancing All Over the World The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates interview series on radio and podcast. I'm Paul Vogelzang, and for all of us in The Not Old Better Show audience who love PBS Television, and love dance, we have a guest today who'll you'll know and love…and dancing is not required, but you certainly can tap your feet, as in bare feet, right along with us today. Thank you so much for listening. We've got a great guest today, whom I'll introduce in just a moment…But, quickly, if you missed any episodes, last week was our 665th episode, and we spoke to author, inspiring speaker and writer Cynthia Covey Haller about her new book, written with her father, Stephen R. Covey, Live Life In Crescendo. Two weeks ago, I spoke with Smithsonian Associate Ari Weinzweig about his work at the company he founded, Zingerman's Deli. Ari offers great tips on food, business and life. Wonderful stuff…If you missed those shows, you can go back and check them out along with my entire back-catalog of shows, all free for you there on our website, NotOldBetter.com…and if you leave a review, we will read it at the end of each show…leave reviews on Apple Podcasts for us. Our guest today is Smithsonian Associate Mickela Mallozzi. Professional dancer and trained musician Mickela Mallozzi is the 4x Emmy® Award-winning Host and Executive Producer of Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi, a dance travel series airing on PBS. Please check out our show notes for more details about Mickela Mallozzi's upcoming Smithsonian Associates presentation. Now in it's 5th Season! show host and creator, Mickela Mallozzi, began the series to combine her two passions in life: travel & dance. All 6 episodes of the upcoming Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi Season 5 feature dance and music cultures within the five boroughs of NYC. That of course is our guest today, Mickela Mallozzi talking about her new 5th Season of Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi. Please join me and Smithsonian Associate Mickela Mallozzi as experience the world together today on radio and podcast, one dance at a time! Our review today is from Faye Rau, dated 09/28/22, and Faye says: The Not Old Better show is a Useful Podcast I Listened to the precious episode. thank you very much! Every line touches the heart. It seems that I was lost in another state for a while, but now I'm back with Paul and I love this show! Thank you, Faye, and My thanks to Mickela Mallozzi for her generous time today and please check out our show notes for more details about Mickela Mallozzi's upcoming Smithsonian Associates presentation. My thanks to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show. My thanks to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast. Please be well, and be safe, which I'm telling you each show, followed by my message to eliminate assault rifles. Only members of the military use these weapons. Assault rifles are killing our children and grandchildren in the very places they learn: school. Let's do better. Let's talk about better. The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. Thanks, everybody, and we'll see you next week. Today's music, from the Smithsonian Folkways Dances of the World albums, which I thought particularly relevant, and the song is titled Tarantella From Naples, known as the Neopolitan Tarantella the dance came from the practice of pressing grapes for wine by jumping on them with one's bare feet…Brilliant…thanks always to everyone. Please check out the Smithsonian Associates site for more details: https://smithsonianassociates.org/ticketing/tickets/dances-of-world-1K0298
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Cynthia Covey Haller, a teacher, speaker, an active participant in her community and co-author Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is Always Ahead of You. Cynthia Covey Haller shares what it means to live life with a crescendo and how to face challenges and opportunities in the middle to later stages of life. Cynthia Covey Haller also tells inspiring stories on how we can enrich the lives of people around us, the community, and the world. Finally, Cynthia Covey Haller discusses how to be a better leader, to communicate worth and potential to people and the legacy we leave behind. Some highlights:- The importance of setting leadership examples and living its values- Cynthia Covey Haller shares childhood stories with her dad - The story behind “Live Life With Crescendo”- Cynthia Covey Haller on “Live Life With Crescendo” and how it relates to leading our lives- How can we approach our lives viewing it as a mission - The secret to staying focus to your life mission amidst technology and social media- Cynthia Covey Haller on fulfilling the most important roles in your life- Love for service and how it plays a role in living life in crescendo- How hardships can serve as a moment when we are living life in crescendo- Cynthia Covey Haller shares practices and resources to a more effective leadershipMentioned:Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleSteven M.R. Covey (Listen to Steven M.R. Covey episode on Partnering Leadership)Ken Blanchard (Listen to Ken Blanchard's episode with Randy Conley on Partnering Leadership here) Books Mentioned:Trust and Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others by by Stephen M.R. Covey The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row by Anthony Ray HintonEssentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most by Greg McKeown The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World by Melinda GatesConnect with Cynthia Covey Haller:Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work Is Always Ahead of You (The Covey Habits Series) on AmazonCynthia Covey Haller on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.com More information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
Cynthia Covey Haller is an author, teacher, speaker, and active participant in her community. She is the oldest of nine children of the late Stephen and Sandra Cobby. Cynthia is the co-author of the last book that the late Stephen R. Covey wrote "Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is Always Ahead of You”. The book was just released and it is a masterpiece where Covey urges all to “live life in crescendo,” continually growing in contribution, learning, and influence. She also contributed to the writing of several other books and articles, notably The 3rd Alternative by Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and The Six Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make, both by Sean Covey. Cynthia graduated from Brigham Young University and lives with her family in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has held multiple leadership positions in women's organizations and is currently working with her husband, Kameron, as a service volunteer helping with employment needs. What you'll learn in this episode: How the book idea for Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is Always Ahead of You was born between Cynthia and her father Stephen R. Covey Why it was so important to Cynthia to finish writing Live Life in Crescendo after her father passed away unexpectedly One of Cynthia's fondest memories of her father where he demonstrated his commitment to keeping his word What living in crescendo can mean at different stages of your life, including periods of struggle How to live in crescendo when faced with adversity, such as when you are unhappy or underappreciated at work How to define your version of success in life and then achieve it Why it's important to focus on a life mission to create a legacy, instead of focusing on a career What are the 3 questions to ask yourself to help uncover your life's mission Why adopting a philosophy of your most important work is always ahead of you is so important for our current challenging times to help you stay connected to future ideas What Stephen R. Covey's definition of leadership is, which excludes the old method of command and control Additional Resources: Get the Book: Live Life in Crescendo Cynthia's LinkedIn Cynthia's Twitter Cynthia's Facebook Simon & Schuster
What if I told you no matter what important things you've accomplished in life that your most important work is always ahead of you? Do you believe that? I can tell you that Stephen R. Covey did. In fact, his motto was to "live life in #crescendo". This means that the volume of your life should always be increasing. 10 years after he left our world, Stephen R. Covey's last book is being released and I hope our world finds it to be his best! His daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, is blessing us by bringing this amazing book that she wrote with her dad to a world that desperately needs to find hope in the important work yet to come. Join us on episode 51 of the #CareerPROgressionsPodcast to learn how to adjust your paradigm and embrace the important work that's still ahead of you! Order your copy of Live Life in Crescendo HERE
Our guest on this edition of the Business Builders Show is Cynthia Covey Haller. Along with her father, Stephen R. Covey (7 Habits of Highly Effective People) , she has written a wonderful book, Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is ALWAYS Ahead of You. You can connect with her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-covey-haller-639767238/This book touched my heart and soul. The final book by the late legendary leadership expert Stephen R. Covey, which is cowritten with his daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, and published posthumously, Live Life in Crescendo is a life-changing and life-affirming book that befits the generosity and wisdom of the late Stephen R. Covey.To connect with me, the host of the Business Builders Show, you can call or text me at 570 815 1626 or by email at email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is Ahead of You is the new book by Cynthia Covey Haller. Haller, a teacher, and speaker outside of her writing duties, spoke with Dustin Odham about this inspirational book, guided by the wisdom of her late father and co-author of Live Life in Crescendo, Stephen R. Covey. Haller calls herself the mother hen of the Covey family; she is the eldest of nine children. Haller's also a mother of six and a grandmother; with this new book, she adds first-time author to her list of accomplishments. One lesson Haller learned from her parents that she carries with her today is to try harder than anyone she knows and own up to her mistakes.For Haller, Live Life in Crescendo is a true labor of love. Her father passed away ten years ago, but they began discussing several projects in 2008. “The one that intrigued me the most was this idea, live life in crescendo because that was his personal mission statement for the last ten years of his life,” Haller said. “He said, what if you helped me out, take my ideas, interview me, and then you do the work.” It took a while to complete the book, but following the book's mantra, Haller got it to the finish line. The impetus behind the book is the concept that there isn't an age when one packs it in. People should continue to learn, grow, and never be satisfied where they are; strive for more and don't diminish. Haller views living life in crescendo as a new way of thinking. “It's a new paradigm to look at life in every age and stage that you're in, and it's looking at a problem thinking, I'm going to make this better and find a way to make it work. I'm going to start with myself.”
Live Life in Crescendo is the inspirational, encouraging final book from the legendary leadership expert Stephen R. Covey, internationally bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Stephen Covey spent his long and storied career inspiring millions of individuals to make their lives more effective, compassionate, and meaningful. Near the end of his life, Covey felt a final component to his work: How to live your best life no matter your age? How to best respond to life-challenging experiences? How to approach the challenges and opportunities of middle to later life—like raising children, caring for your parents, leading and inspiring others, staying on top of your career, contributing to your community, and what follows next? Live Life in Crescendo is Covey's answer to these questions, outlining his vision for those in the prime of life, whatever age you may be. Covey urges all to “live life in crescendo,” continually growing in contribution, learning, and influence. In the same way that music builds on the previous notes, life, too, builds on the past and unfolds in the future. This crescendo mentality urges you to use whatever you have—your time, talents, resources, gifts, passion, money, and influence—to enrich the lives of people around you, including your family, neighborhood, community, and the world. Co-written with his daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, and published posthumously, Live Life in Crescendo is a life-changing and life-affirming book that befits the generosity and wisdom of the late Stephen R. Covey.
Live Life in Crescendo - Cynthia Covey Haller The Not Old Better Show, Family is Everything Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. I'm Paul Vogelzang, and today's episode is sponsored by FindAGrave is the world's largest online gravesite collection. Browse through cemeteries around the world and discover burial information about your family, friends, and even famous people. Our guest today is a famous person, so I thank you so much for listening. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, by Snuffy Jenkins from Smithsonian Folkways is our music today…a great song. And we've got a great guest today, whom I'll introduce in just a moment…But, quickly, if you missed any episodes, last week was our 664th episode, and we spoke to Smithsonian Associate Ari Weinzweig, founder of Zingerman's Deli and family of businesses. Two weeks ago, I spoke with Smithsonian Associate David Maraniss about his new book on the life of Jim Thorpe. Wonderful stuff…If you missed those shows, you can go back and check them out along with my entire back-catalog of shows, all free for you there on our website, NotOld-Better.com…and if you leave a review, we will read it at the end of each show…leave reviews on Apple Podcasts for us. Our guest today on the show is Cynthia Covey Haller. You'll all know the Covey name, of course, from the FranklinCovey company and Cynthia's father is the late Stephen R. Covey, who wrote ‘7 Habits of Successful People.” Cynthia Covey Haller is an author, teacher, speaker, and an active participant in her community. She has contributed to the writing of several books and articles, notably The 3rd Alternative by Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make. That, of course, is our guest today, Cynthia Covey Haller reading from her new book, Live Life in Crescendo, written with her late father, Stephen R. Covey. Today we'll be talking with Cynthia Covey Haller about all things inspirational. Cynthia Covey Haller will tell us about her new book, Live Life in Crescendo, written with her late father, Stephen R. Covey. Live Life in Crescendo is the inspirational, encouraging final book from the legendary leadership expert Stephen R. Covey, internationally bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Please join me in welcoming to the Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast author and inspiring speaker Cynthia Covey Haller. Our review today is from Lavon J. Moran 09/13/2022 The Best Truly this is the best podcast in the world. I listen to these podcasts every night before sleep. All time best. Thank you, Lavon, and my thanks to Cynthia Covey Haller for her generous time today and his inspirational messages about the “R” word and how best to reach goals and reach your dreams by living life in crescendo. My thanks to the Smithsonian team for all they do to support the show. My thanks to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience on radio and podcast. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, by Snuffy Jenkins from Smithsonian Folkways, is being played in the background. My thanks to FindAGrave, the world's largest online gravesite collection. Browse through cemeteries around the world and discover burial information about your family, friends, and even famous people. Please be well, and be safe, which I'm telling you each show, followed by my message to eliminate assault rifles. Only members of the military use these weapons. Assault rifles are killing our children and grandchildren in the very places they learn: school. Let's do better. Let's talk about better. The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. Thanks, everybody, and we'll see you next week.
Live Life in Crescendo | Learn how your most important work is always in front of you with Cynthia Covey Haller, who co-wrote Live Life in Crescendo with her father, the famed and late Stephen R. Covey. The book is being published posthumously in answer to some of life's most important questions, and is considered a final component of Stephen R. Covey's work with 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: A Brief Guide Download our guide for a summary of principles and practices that can help you cope with Change in resilient, creative ways. https://pages.franklincovey.com/the-7-habits-a-brief-guide-p.html https://pages.franklincovey.com/the-7-habits-a-brief-guide-p.html
Scott Jeffrey Miller, author of Management Mess to Leadership Success Bill Ringle and Scott Jeffrey Miller discuss the importance of being clear and explicit with your intent in all communications for small business leaders because in the absence of details, people make up stories and those stories can become a(nother) mess. >>> Visit MyQuestforTheBest.com for complete show notes and more expert advice and inspiring stories to propel your small business growth. My Quest for the Best is a top-rated small business podcast with over 300 episodes of thought-provoking and insightful interviews with today's top thought leaders and business experts. Host Bill Ringle's mission with this show is to provide the strategies, insights, and resources that will unlock the growth potential of your business through these powerful conversations. Interview Insights Top 3 Takeaways Declare your intention on why you called this meeting or are taking this course of action. This provides clarity and lessens the probability of misinterpretations. Most importantly, remember to keep your actions aligned with your stated intentions. Manage expectations by setting boundaries on what you cannot do. It is better to say 'no' and let people down early on rather than make a commitment you wouldn't be able to fulfill. That will break trust, harm your relationship, and damage your reputation.Do not stretch your people more than their abilities or temporary limits. It is better to give your employees wins by setting attainable goals. Let your people know and feel that you care about them as people, not just their work roles. Read the Show Notes from this Episode Radio host Bruce Williams left a profound mark on Scott's astuteness in business and how the world really works. [01:12]Scott shared to whom his book Management Mess To Leadership Success is for. [04:15]Steve Jobs' behavior from 30 years ago is one of the most discussed examples when discussing leadership behavior. Scott openly talks about his humbling moment when what he thought was his best leadership moment turned out to be one of his weakest and how he bounced back from that terrible meeting with his team. [08:11]Scott zeros in on the significance of declaring our intent and the consequences if our actions do not align with it. [13:30]Blaine Lee wrote, "Nearly all if not all, conflict arises from mismatched or unfulfilled expectations." Scott elaborates on this problem with unfulfilled expectations and how to avoid them. [18:12]One story in Scott's book is when a consultant from Canada proved that you can still follow through with your commitment even after being released from it. This story is a showcase of dedication and true commitment. [20:45]The analogy of jockeys and their prized horses and leaders and their prized people. [24:04]Scott uses the fable of the goose and the golden egg to relay to the listeners why good leaders know not to force the capacity out of their employees. [26:44]The analogy of jockeys, their prized horses, leaders, and their prized people. [24:04]Scott uses the fable of the goose and the golden egg to relay to the listeners why good leaders know not to force the capacity out of their employees [29:30]Pete was an employee of Scott's who was afraid to ask because he could not read what Scott could give until Scott asked him to declare his intent. The result is clarity and a better understanding of each other. [29:30]Going back to setting boundaries, Scott explains how just because employees are free to declare their intent, those intentions should still be within what's reasonable. [33:33]My Quest for the Best Lightning round begins. [41:01] Expert Bio Recruited by Dr. Stephen R. Covey's team, Scott built a 26-year career in the world's most respected and influential leadership development firm, serving nearly every role imaginable. From a front-line salesperson to project manager, sales leader, general manager,
In today's episode, Allan discusses one habit found in the book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. That habit is “Be Proactive.” Being proactive is all about focusing on what you can control, rather than being reactive. Reactive people let their circumstances control them. Allan encourages you to have intentional control over your life by recognizing how much of your life is within your control and spending the vast majority of your time focusing only on that.
Scott Jeffrey Miller, author of Master Mentors Volume 2 30 Transformative Insights from Our Greatest Minds Bill Ringle and Scott Jeffrey Miller discuss the importance of being clear and explicit with your intent in all communications for small business leaders because in the absence of details, people make up stories and those stories can become a(nother) mess. >>> Visit MyQuestforTheBest.com for complete show notes and more expert advice and inspiring stories to propel your small business growth. My Quest for the Best is a top-rated small business podcast with over 300 episodes of thought-provoking and insightful interviews with today's top thought leaders and business experts. Host Bill Ringle's mission with this show is to provide the strategies, insights, and resources that will unlock the growth potential of your business through these powerful conversations. Interview Insights Top 3 Takeaways We can't have a work-life balance every day. There are busy seasons and seasons of relaxation. You don't have to meet someone in person to make them your mentor. It could be anyone who is wise or experienced that you can learn from. A mentor doesn't need to be someone perfect or someone who is always successful. A mentor can also be someone who failed because we can learn from their failures so we won't fall into the same traps they fell into. Read the Show Notes from this Episode Scott shares two quotes that guide him: Life happens for you, not to you, and not live life through the lens of I have to, or I ought to, but rather I get to. [01:38]A fun Italian holiday with the Millers. [04:41]Scott elaborated on work-life balance and advice given to him by The Biggest Loser fitness coach Jillian Michaels. [07:03]Scott explains the meaning and the qualities of a 'Master Mentor.' [08:41]A central topic in his book Master Mentor Vol.1, Scott gives further emphasis on the concept 'vulnerability is leadership competency.' [14:59]Master Mentors Vol. 2 contains Hidden Stories that readers can watch by scanning the QR codes at the end of the chapters. [16:20]Another hidden gem accessible by QR in his book is the funny story of Ed Mylett, one of the top business leaders and performance experts, and the kit car of a girl he met in Laguna Beach. [20:11]My Quest for the Best lightning round begins. [27: 22] Expert Bio Recruited by Dr. Stephen R. Covey's team, Scott built a 26-year career in the world's most respected and influential leadership development firm, serving nearly every role imaginable. From a front-line salesperson to project manager, sales leader, general manager, vice president, chief marketing officer to executive vice president of thought leadership. Scott's professional roles evolved as he became a multi-bestselling author, radio and podcast host, leadership coach, columnist, and global keynote speaker. He continues to consult with FranklinCovey and is proud to continue their collaboration as he expands his influence through new books, speeches, and coaching offerings. Scott currently serves as the Special Advisor on Thought Leadership for the Franklin Covey Company and hosts their weekly podcast series, On Leadership, with Scott Miller. Contact Info and Social Media for Jeffrey Scott Miller Primary website Travels from: Salt Lake City, Utah Connect on: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook Check out Scott's podcasts! FranklinCovey On Leadership with Scott MillerC-Suite Conversations with Scott Miller Resources Mentioned During the Interview Below are key people, places, books, quotes, websites, and other resources we discussed so that you can explore further. My Quest for the Best Interview: 410: From Management Mess to Leadership Success with guest expert Scott Jeffrey Miller Listen to more inputs from Scott Miller on On Leadership Podcast. Bonus Content! Master Mentors Vol 2 Hidden Story: Lena Renee Additional Resources:
In this episode, Cynthia Covey Haller talks about her latest book, Live Life in Crescendo and why Days for Girls is mentioned as an example of what it means to live life in crescendo. Cowritten with his daughter, Cynthia Covey Haller, and published posthumously, Live Life in Crescendo is a life-changing and life-affirming book that befits the generosity and wisdom of the late Stephen R. Covey.Cynthia Covey Haller is an author, teacher, speaker, and active participant in her community. She is the author of She has contributed to the writing of several books and articles, notably, The 3rd Alternative by Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make, both by Sean Covey. Cynthia has held multiple leadership positions in women's organizations, served as a PTSA president, as an organizer for refugee aid and a food pantry volunteer, and she is currently working with her husband, Kameron, as a service volunteer for Bridle Up Hope, a non-profit. She graduated from Brigham Young University and lives with her family in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is the mother of 6 children and has 21 grandchildren, giving her plenty of opportunity to "live in crescendo!" Support the show
“This is the single most powerful investment we can ever make in life — investment in ourselves, in the only instrument we have with which to deal with life and to contribute.” We have made it to Habit 7 - Sharpening the saw or Renewal from the book 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen R. Covey. In this episode I share the 4 different areas that we should take time to renew everyday: physical, spiritual, mental and social/emotional. Stephen Covey calls it the “Daily Private Victory” and I get into all four parts of what he calls the four natures or dimensions of our lives. I share about my own practice of my daily private victory as well as a few things I need to work on. I also share what he means by intrinsic security and the importance of using this habit to develop that within ourselves. A lot of good stuff and things to think, learn and then do.
Dave Garcia is a consultant, visionary, and investor. He owns businesses in multiple industries; IT services, digital marketing, and more. Dave started Kinergy Tech by offering digital marketing and worked solo for about 5 years. In the last few years he developed NerdHerd, realizing that there was an opportunity to have a ‘geek squad' that was farther reaching. He is currently working on franchising that business. Dave also created Headspace, which is for creatives and “nerds.” He also owns Kinergy Creative, which offers IT, data services, marketing, websites, and is also branching into phone apps. He's now built his empire to have a team of 20 and is a 7 figure business owner. Tune in to hear Dave's vision, his creative storytelling, and get inspired by the unbridled enthusiasm he has for life and his businesses! During this episode, you will learn about; [1:30] Intro to Dave and his businesses [2:20] Why does Dave keep pushing as hard as he does in multiple businesses? [5:30] How Dave got his start in entrepreneurship [10:22] Dave's main focus [12:00] The creation of Dave's logo [13:00] Relying on systems in a franchise model of business [14:55] Why Dave didn't get into a franchise cleaning business [16:32] Dave explains having the best team of ‘honey badgers' [18:00] How Dave finds the right projects to fuel his energy [21:06] How COVID has affected I.T. [22:34] Taking off the training wheels and doing it yourself [25:39] A good decision that changed the game for Dave in his business [27:30] The need for finding your voice and being creative in starting a business [28:45] A bad decision Dave made in his business [30:00] Learning from mistakes [32:00] Seed analogy - form vs. function [34:30] Taking action based on internal vs. external motivation [37:17] Tetherball Pole Analogy [38:49] Speed Round [41:40] How to connect with Dave [42:40] Wrap-up [43:40] Information on Gathering The Kings 90 Day Intensive Notable Quotes “There's a world of innovations that are yet to be filled.” - Dave Garcia “Take care of the honey, not the money.” - Dave Garcia “Take time to invest your time in those that make you feel like your first love.” - Dave Garcia “I'm not in a lane, I'm creating the lanes.” - Dave Garcia “Find your lane, discover the channel, and be able to see it for what it is.” - Dave Garcia “Get your team, your people, in the right space and the right lane.” - Dave Garcia “Be careful when you start getting accolades.” - Dave Garcia “I'm not regretful of what I did or what I've done, because it's taught me lessons I can talk about today.” - Dave Garcia “You don't always have to have it super clear to take action.” - Chaz Wolfe (Host) Books and Resources Recommended: https://www.amazon.com/Habits-Highly-Effective-People-Powerful/dp/0743269519 (“7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” by Stephen R. Covey ) Let's Connect! Dave Garcia Phone: 541-357-9432 Email: Dave@kinergytech.com Website: https://davegarcia.live/ (https://davegarcia.live/) Website: www.kinergytech.com Website: www.kinergycreative.com Website: www.thenerdheard.net If you liked this episode, please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and drop us a FIVE-STAR REVIEW. We appreciate you, and your support enables us to keep bringing you the goods on the show!
“Is it logical that two people can disagree and that both can be right? It's not logical: it's psychological.” Episode 103, I share my thoughts about Habit 6 from 7 Habits of highly effective people by Stephen R. Covey. Habit 6 is synergy and it combines habits 4 & 5 but it also includes a belief in the value of differences. In addition it includes the idea that the whole is stronger than the sum of its parts. I talk of a synergistic fireside that I was involved with years ago. I also share how this being a habit means it is something we can try to expect regularly if we strive to have high trust, think win/win and seek to understand then be understood. Synergy can relate both interpersonally as well as within ourselves. For more info and resources go to www.findingthefloor.com/ep103
“In empathic listening, you listen with your ears, but you also, and more important, listen with your eyes and with your heart.” This week I am talking about Habit 5 from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. Habit 5 is to seek to understand then to be understood and I believe can really make a big difference with your family. In this episode I share what Stephen R. Covey defines as empathic listening. I also share a bit about his example of using our own autobiography as we listen and the helpful example of using the skills of rephrasing content as well as stating the feeling around the content. I also really love what this habit does to help give people psychological air. Super grateful for this new skill to practice and have already been seeking to understand first before I begin to spew out my own thoughts about things. It is great to be back after a little break and continue on with this 7 Habits series. For more info you can also visit my website www.findingthefloor.com/ep102
Dr. Ashley Lucas, founder of the most cutting-edge weight loss strategy in the US, author, and ballerina turned weight loss expert, joins Vikram Raya in this not-to-be-missed episode. Dr. Ashley Lucas holds a PhD in sports, nutrition and chronic disease and has challenged the current belief systems for health. Her key to success? Being unreasonable. In this episode, we dive into what it takes to build a successful practice, why simply moving more and eating less won't cut the mustard, and advice for physicians thinking of setting up their own clinic. “When you drop weight and you improve your health, it impacts every aspect of your life… We just can't connect on a certain level when our body and our health is at a different level than, say, our career.” - Dr. Ashley Lucas In This Episode: - Welcome back to another episode of the Limitless MD podcast - Introducing Dr. Ashley Lucas - How Dr. Ashley Lucas went from being a ballerina to a weight loss expert - Why are so many people in the US overweight or obese? - What was key to Dr. Ashley Lucas's success when she started her own clinic to serve this population - Dr. Ashley Lucas's mission - Dr. Ashley describes the kind of clients she has coming through her doors - Dr. Ashley gives her professional recommendations for belly fat - Why testosterone injections may not do the trick - Strategies used to get into the psyche and the DNA of clients - Five steps to reset the scale - Obstacles that Dr. Ashley Lucas overcame when launching her practice - The number one book that has influenced Dr. Ashley Lucas in the last 12 months - The worst advice that Dr. Ashley Lucas received when starting her business - Dr. Ashley Lucas's advice to a young clinic owner - How to get hold of Dr. Ashley Lucas Resources Mentioned: - https://www.amazon.com/Steps-Reset-Scale-Discover-Weight/dp/B0B754GHG6 (‘Five Steps to Reset the Scale' by Dr. Ashley Lucas) - https://www.amazon.ca/Habits-Highly-Effective-People-Powerful/dp/0743269519 (‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People' by Stephen R. Covey) Resources: - https://limitless-md.mn.co/ (Join our FREE group coaching program: the Physician Wealth Accelerator) - https://vikramraya.com/programs/ (https://vikramraya.com/programs/) - https://vikramraya.com/ (Sign up to my email list) - Apply to work with Vik and book a clarity call https://bit.ly/3Ps0n40 (here) Connect with Vikram: - https://vikramraya.com (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/vikramraya/ (Instagram) - https://www.facebook.com/Vikramrayamd (Facebook) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vikramraya/ (LinkedIn) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdq9M-kD0L2hy1UlfOK-hwQ (YouTube) Connect With Dr. Ashley Lucas - https://myphdweightloss.com/ (Website) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-lucas-5560b0162/ (LinkedIn) - https://www.facebook.com/DrAshleyLucas (Facebook) - https://www.instagram.com/dr_ashleylucas (Instagram) Special Thank You to Music Provided by Music Library https://soundcloud.com/music-library-non-copyrighted-sounds/300-violin-orchestra-jorge-quintero-copyright-and-royalty-free (https://soundcloud.com/music-library-non-copyrighted-sounds/300-violin-orchestra-jorge-quintero-copyright-and-royalty-free)
“Life is a mission, not a career,” says Stephen R. Covey. How does this quote fit with the topic of our episode? Upon tuning in with this episode, you should be able to answer: What is a soul mission? Does everyone have a soul mission? How do you know you are walking in your soul mission? What are the challenges hindering you from walking in your soul mission? How do you activate and reactivate your soul mission? This episode brings us a second-time guest - Allyson Scammell! (Check out episode 27: How to Connect with Your Spirit Guides) Allyson Scammell is a master intuitive business coach, psychic medium, and energy healer. Her mission is to help soul-guided leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs get sold out with soul clients by amplifying their spiritual gifts, activating their big soul mission, and releasing the energy blocks tethering them down. Wait, there's more! Listen in ‘til the end to connect with our beloved guest and learn all about her free energy upgrade meditation. Check out the show notes links! Enjoy episode 113! Listen to the Episode Now: 00:33 Heather introduces episode guest - Allyson Scammell 01:35 Allyson is a second-time guest so check out her episode 27 as well! 02:39 What is a soul mission? 05:17 Soul missions and soul contracts 8:56 An example of reactivating soul mission 17:45 I'd rather pay you than Mark Zuckerberg moment 19:15 Regular resistance vs. misalignment 24:16 Checks to do for realignment 28:24 How to stay in alignment with your soul mission 35:00 What to do t get back into alignment 41:10 Allyson's freebie Soul Stirring Quotes: “A soul mission is that driving thing in your belly that gets you so excited to get up in the morning.” “When you agreed to come into this lifetime at the time you came in that there would be some challenge or circumstance that you would, you agreed to face on a soul level to help you heal, grow, learn, and evolve.” “I define a reactivation as when you're ready to go truer, deeper, bolder. Truer, deeper, bolder to your unique genius, your highest why…” “So when we serve our people and we reactivate, it causes them to reactivate.” “If we knew the amount of energy and light and hope and inspiration and connection that just our presence, just getting up and doing our thing, how much of that it brings into the world.” “When you're in flow, it's just all like you're just in creative response to what is present and everything that arrives is a gift.” “I think we have this idea that flow is all the stuff I want happening for me, to me, and with me, and by me, and that is not flow. Flow is no matter what happens, I accept this today.” “If you want to be in flow, if you wanna be in alignment, what you do is you stop seeing things that you don't want as a problem.” Links Mentioned: Join Heather for Free Intuitive Coach at the Atmana Experience. Register here: www.atmanaexperience.com Visit Allyson's website here: https://allysonscammell.com/meditation/ Connect with Allyson: Facebook: @soulguidecircle Instagram: @allysonscammell
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory ➡️ About The Guest Stephen M. R. Covey is a New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The SPEED of Trust—The One Thing That Changes Everything. He is the former CEO of Covey Leadership Center, which, under his stewardship, became the largest leadership development company in the world. Stephen led the strategy that propelled his father's book, Dr. Stephen R. Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, to become one of the two most influential business books of the 20th Century, according to CEO Magazine. As President and CEO of Covey Leadership Center, Stephen nearly doubled revenues while increasing profits by 12 times. During that period, the company expanded worldwide into over 40 countries, significantly increasing the brand's and enterprise's value. The company was valued at $2.4 million when Stephen was named CEO, and, within three years, he had grown shareholder value to $160 million in a merger he orchestrated with Franklin Quest to form FranklinCovey. Stephen co-founded CoveyLink, a consulting practice, which focuses on enabling leaders and organizations to increase and leverage trust to achieve superior performance. Stephen recently merged CoveyLink with FranklinCovey, forming the Global Speed of Trust Practice, where Stephen serves as Global Practice Leader. ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/stephenmrcovey/ https://twitter.com/StephenMRCovey/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-m-r-covey-6400191a5/ ➡️ Podcast Sponsors HUBSPOT - https://hubspot.com/ ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Intro 03:50 - Stephen M. R. Covey's origin story 09:23 - “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, how has this book remained influential to date? 13:54 - Carving his own path in the FranklinCovey Association 20:45 - Where does leadership lie today? 26:30 - How to inspire your employees 33:22 - Maintaining your company and managing through leadership 36:37 - What does a perfect “trust culture organization” look like? 40:28 - How to hire and manage the right team 47:25 - How does Stephen define modeling? 53:17 - Where can people connect with Stephen M. R. Covey? 58:25 - Biggest challenge Stephen has overcome in his personal life 59:30 - What keeps Stephen up at night? 1:00:38 - Stephen M. R. Covey's mentor 1:01:49 - A book or podcast recommended by Stephen M. R. Covey 1:03:18 - What would Stephen tell his 20-year-old self? 1:04:18 - What does success mean to Stephen M. R. Covey? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Unexpected 2/2 ft. Andrew Park *Season Finale* This is the official ending of season 2. In this episode we wrap up the life-changing story of Andrew Park, current president of GYC, and how God led him to complete surrender. God has a place for each of us in His service, and it's been our aim to set before you the lives of amazing people who have discovered their calling. I hope you've been inspired to Go. Discover. Accomplish whatever God has called you to do. This week's topics include: How to stand firm in the midst of negative peer pressure. The importance of treating new believers and visitors with special care and kindness. How to register for this year's GYC in Phoenix, Arizona. Andrew's Favorite Books The Bible and Spirit of Prophecy (EGW Books) 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey: https://www.amazon.com/Habits-Highly-Effective-People-Powerful/dp/1982137274/ref=sr_1_1?crid=39XSL0WZD5VLR&keywords=7+habits+of+highly+effective+people&qid=1659579949&sprefix=7+ha%2Caps%2C200&sr=8-1 The Failure of Nerve by Edwin H. Friedman: https://www.amazon.com/Failure-Nerve-Revised-Leadership-Quick/dp/1596272791/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+failure+of+nerve&qid=1659580124&sprefix=the+failure+of+nerve%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-1 Business Unusual by Johnny Wong: https://www.amazon.com/Business-Unusual-Competencies-Effective-Ministry/dp/1539844560/ref=sr_1_1?crid=OMWF1X2ZUGH9&keywords=business+unusual&qid=1659580254&sprefix=business+unusual%2Caps%2C107&sr=8-1 Support the channel: https://www.flowcode.com/page/samuelfrancis Visit our website: https://www.thenextdropoff.com/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/?hl=en Follow GYC on IG: https://www.instagram.com/gycweb/?hl=en REGISTER today for GYC: https://gycweb.org/ Check out our clothing brand: https://wearjesusis.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening and join us again!
Stephen M. R. Covey is co-founder of CoveyLink and of the FranklinCovey Global Speed of Trust Practice. A sought-after and compelling keynote speaker and advisor on trust, leadership, ethics, and high performance, he speaks to audiences around the world. He is the New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust, coauthor of the #1 Amazon bestseller Smart Trust, and his newest book, Trust and Inspire - How Truly Great Leaders Unleash the Greatness in Others, just came out in April 2022. He advocates that nothing is as fast as the speed of trust and that the ability to establish, grow, extend, and restore trust with all stakeholders is the critical leadership competency of the new global economy. He is the former CEO of Covey Leadership Center, which, under his stewardship, became the largest leadership development company in the world. Stephen, with Greg Link, led the strategy that propelled his father's book, Dr. Stephen R. Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, to become one of the two most influential business books of the 20th Century, according to CEO Magazine. A Harvard MBA, he joined Covey Leadership Center as a Client Developer and later became National Sales Manager and then President and CEO. When Stephen was named CEO, he grew shareholder value to $160 million within three years in a merger he orchestrated with then Franklin Quest to form FranklinCovey. Stephen currently serves on the board/advisory board of several entities and is a Top Thought Leaders in Trust Lifetime Achievement Honoree from Trust Across America-Trust Around the World. Stephen resides with his wife and children in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains.***I would like to correct a misreference I made to incentivese, specifically incentives in mail production -- I thought I had read it in Stephen's book, but it turns out I had actually read it in Curiosity Chornicles. My apologies for the misreference.***To learn more about Stephen M.R. Covey, check out the links below:Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephenmrcoveyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-m-r-covey-6400191a5/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Stephen-MR-Covey-827918893937580/Website: https://www.speedoftrust.comTo Connect with Mike:Website: https://mikemalatesta.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikemalatesta/Please LIKE
Every leader wants to help their team be productive—but what is productivity? How can we be good stewards of the time and energy God gives us? How does a vespa scooter help John Cox keep things moving? All of this and more on today's Church Leadership Podcast. Recommendations from this podcast: "Do More Better" by Tim Challies, "At Your Best" by Cary Nieuwhof, "Atomic Habits" by James Clear, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen R. Covey, "The Productivity Project" by Chris Bailey, App: Coffitivity (coffee shop background noise), App: Bento (time management), App: Waterminder (water reminders), Website: https://alifeofproductivity.com/