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The Up and Downside of Vulnerability with Hilary Blair

Episode 1956

  The distinction between vulnerability and availability Vulnerability is often cited as a key factor in deeper connections and open communication. Yet, after a year of working virtually, it can feel like real communication and connections being lost, and in addition to that, the concept of vulnerability has changed and left us feeling overwhelmed and…

Financial Intelligence 101 with Henry Daas

Episode 1955

  Understand your money to open up new paths for yourself. One of the things we don’t talk enough about is money. However, money and financial intelligence can push us forward or hold us back from reaching our goals. Why? Money and the way we think about money tends to control and cloud our emotions,…

Why Your Change Model Failed

Episode 1954

  There are a million change models out there…and most of them don’t work. As I discuss in this quick rant podcast, they fail because of two simple reasons. First, “models” are point-in-time exercises, and second, they are missing the most important element, the contribution roadmap. This is the why, what and how your teams…

Life Lessons from an Ironman Champion with Dave Scott

Episode 1953

  A six-time champion shares how his experiences in Ironman translate to life. What do the Ironman Triathlon and life have in common? A lot, it turns out, and there are so many lessons we can take away from the Ironman competition that also apply to life. When I decided to try my hand at…

Disrupting The Food Industry with Drew Munro of UpMeals

Episode 1952

  Whether you’re in the food business or not, disruption and thinking differently in an industry that has been the same for a while is something that applies to all of us. Drew Munro is someone with a passion, and a vision of disrupting the food category but not in the way we’re used to…

Getting Into A State Of Flow Isn’t A Magical Accident

Episode 1951

  Why do the innovation & creativity “experts” make it seem like being in “flow” or achieving “peak performance” is a magical accident that only a few ever access? Because it makes them feel special and worth their overly priced fees. But they aren’t worth it, and flow isn’t a magical accident. In fact it’s…

Why understanding Amazon is critical to understanding your customers with Jenna Lieber

Episode 1950

  There’s no denying that Amazon has changed the way we live. It’s not just about the ease and convenience of buying things on Amazon that I’m talking about — Amazon, as a company, has completely changed our perceptions about shopping online, and elevated customer expectations. That’s why it’s so important for us to understand Amazon,…

The Confidence Difference

Episode 1949

Have you ever experiencing that moment where you wanted to speak up and do something bold but that little voice in your head stopped you? Or maybe you have a burning desire to go after a dream but you can’t seem to get out of your own way long enough to pursue it? Me too!…

3 Impactful Pieces of Advice

Episode 1948

Have you ever received a piece of advice from a mentor that was so profound that it stuck with you for years? It may have influenced your behavior or decisions, and over time, you may have internalized it and started to live it to the point where you’d forgotten it came from someone else. In…

Having a Vision Beyond Yourself with Kate Sullivan – To Dine For

Episode 1947

When it comes to innovation and creativity, sometimes having a vision bigger than yourself and your self-interest can be the driving force that pushes you to take your ideas to the next level. Kate Sullivan, powerhouse of experience, insight, and personality, joins me in this episode to dig into what makes people innovative and successful.Kate…