Episode 558 – Your Mindset Matters – Posting Positive Messages Helps

Last week on social media (Facebook) I posted this quote… “If we view ourselves as besieged victims who need to go into hiding, then we cultivate fear and hoarding. If we view ourselves as a community working hard to protect the most vulnerable among us, then we will cultivate courage and helping.” – Mindset matters!…

Episode 556 – Bored or Busy? It’s Time To Work Harder!

We are a week or so into a major change in our business work environments. Many workers have been sent home to either work there, or wait for the business climates to change. During this time of home confinement (in many states) you have an opportunity to be either bored or busy. If you are…

Episode 536 – Questions? Why Good Answers Lead To Better Questions?

I get quite a few (at least one per day) direct messages on LinkedIn or Facebook. They range for what’s the meaning of life (just kidding) to very detailed business questions that generally can easily be answered in a text. I never want to be rude or dismissive, and I do my best to answer……

Episode 531 – Foresight 2020 – Maximizing Your Mindset To Improve Your Outcomes with Marla Tabaka

Marla Tabaka is an internationally known small business strategist, national radio show host, and leading Inc.com author. Her integrative approach to coaching combines mindset management and strategic planning, resulting in multi-million dollar businesses for many of her small business clients. After a career of 22-years as an Emmy Award-winning producer at NBC Television,  Tabaka worked as a creative consultant…

Episode 529 – Foresight 2020 – Forecasting Future Profits with Mark SA Smith

Mark S A Smith: Working in the world of technology since 1982, Mark uses systems thinking to help organizations successfully bring new, disruptive technology to market by orchestrating compelling, strategic conversations with executives. Mark’s authored many books including include his latest Pivot to Profit from IT Disruption, Security in the Boardroom, Linux in the Boardroom,…

Episode 522 – 5 Ways To Give Thanks To Your Clients This Thanksgiving

It’s The Holidays Season. Thanksgiving is the day we give thanks for the bounty in our lives. Has your business had a bountiful harvest this year? All too often we get too busy to step back and give thanks to those who support us. Black Friday is traditionally the first shopping day of the holiday…

Episode 521 – How To Deal With Psycho-Drama In Business with John Faisandier

John Faisandier – speaker, author, trainer, counsellor, educator, entrepreneur Volunteer teaching in Tonga, Catholic priesthood, psychodrama training lay the foundation for compassionate Emotional Intelligence Expert John Faisandier. His work in a drug and alcohol treatment hospital and over 20 years as an entrepreneur and corporate trainer give him a unique perspective on managing emotions in…

Episode 519 – Understanding Your Mind Type with Ridgely Goldsborough

Author and International Speaker, Ridgely Goldsborough, believes in solving problems and taking complex and challenging topics and making sense out of them. He started his first business at 16 and since graduating from Law School in 1987 has founded 43 companies. Ridgely is the founder of Mind Types, a cutting program based on limbic messaging…

Episode 515 – Discover How-To Delegate Without Losing Control with Mark SA Smith

Does your to-do list get longer every day? Are you swamped by the urgent but unimportant tasks that don’t move you toward your strategic initiatives? Would you like to delegate tasks but been burned by poor performance or untimely output of your subordinates? Then keep listening because you’ll discover how Executives Delegate Without Losing Control. My…

Episode 514 – How Ordinary People Help With Your Zone Of Genius?

There is a lot you can learn from history. In two different movies I’ve recently watched (“The Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk”). I saw the depths of the human condition and formed a clearer understanding and perspective of the people from Great Britain and their struggles at the early stages of World War II. These were…