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#067- Interview with Paul Meyer, Post Traumatic growth part 3

7/17/2019
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Today we wrap up the series on Post Traumatic Growth with another unbelievable interview. Paul Meyer was at the top of his professional game when tragedy struck and changed his life forever. How he chose to respond is a model for all of us to aspire to. Listen closely for our discussion on how it … Continue reading #067- Interview with Paul Meyer, Post Traumatic growth part 3 →

Duration:01:07:25

#066-Post traumatic growth-Interview with Robert “bob” Day

6/12/2019
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My guest on this episode has learned some tremendously valuable lessons. Unfortunately he had to learn them in a way that no one should have to. Listen to this story of grief, hope, and community. Click HERE to visit the Sam Day Foundation that we talk about in the show

Duration:01:11:51

#065-The Key to Post Traumatic Growth

12/18/2018
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Fill in the blank: Post Traumatic ______________??? If you went with your gut, you answered “Stress.” Hopefully after listening to this episode, next time you’ll answer differently. On this episode, I’ll try and convince you that Post Traumatic Growth exists, what it looks like (or could look like if you were open to it), and … Continue reading #065-The Key to Post Traumatic Growth →

Duration:00:29:47

#064-Why do we risk our lives to save others?-Part 2

8/13/2018
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This episode is a continuation of #063 and a further exploration of why humans willingly risk their own life to save others’.

Duration:00:09:41

#063-Why do we risk our lives to save others?-Part 1

8/6/2018
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I received a question from a police officer a while back. Basically, he asked how he could explain to someone how it is worth it to risk one’s own life to save another. He said he knew it was worth the risk to him, but was having a hard time explaining it to others. This … Continue reading #063-Why do we risk our lives to save others?-Part 1 →

Duration:00:15:57

#062-The Downside to Doing Your Best

7/9/2018
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If you are doing your best, DON’T! “Do Your Best” is generally regarded as good advice, but in this episode I talk about 3 reasons NOT to do your best.

Duration:00:14:55

#061-Interview with Garrett TeSlaa-Host of The Squad Room Podcast

5/9/2018
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A casual conversation about leadership, the challenges of a leader, how to serve when you aren’t in public service, what it means to “Be the One” and other topics. Check out The Squad Room HERE

Duration:01:19:54

#060- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 7

4/10/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in 7 days all on the same topic. This is #7 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:09:24

#059-7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 6

4/9/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in 7 days all on the same topic. This is #6 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:06:26

#058- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 5

4/8/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in 7 days all on the same topic. This is #5 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:05:47

#057- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 4

4/7/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in 7 days all on the same topic. This is #4 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:05:51

#056- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 3

4/6/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in the next 7 days all on the same topic. This is #3 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:07:58

#055- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 2

4/5/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in the next 7 days all on the same topic. This is #2 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:06:53

#054- 7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Part 1

4/4/2018
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Welcome to Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in the next 7 days all on the same topic. This is #1 of 7. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:05:50

#053-7 Reasons Leadership Training is Essential for New Employees-Intro

4/3/2018
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This episode is the introduction to the first ever Work on the Edge Blitz Week. We’re doing 7 episodes in the next 7 days all on the same topic. For this Blitz week, we’ll be discussing why leadership training should be required for the new people in your organization. AKA Lead from the Bottom

Duration:00:17:32

#052-Why Does Confidence Fail Us When We Need it Most?

3/7/2018
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Today I answer two different questions: Why does confidence fail us when we need it the most? Does confidence push us toward a result (doing something), or does it come as a result of doing something? The first question I asked myself. The second one came when I was interviewed on The Squad Room Podcast, … Continue reading #052-Why Does Confidence Fail Us When We Need it Most? →

Duration:00:21:15

#051- Interview with JP Dinnell from Echelon Front

1/10/2018
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JP Dinnell is a former Navy SEAL and currently the Director of Tactical Training Programs for Echelon Front, the leadership consulting company started by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin, co-authors of the New York Times Best Seller Extreme Ownership. I met JP in New York while attending Muster 002 in May 2017, the leadership conference … Continue reading #051- Interview with JP Dinnell from Echelon Front →

Duration:01:17:47

#050-SMART Goals are Stupid. Dumb Goals are Better

12/27/2017
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This time of year you will hear a lot about goal setting. If you are listening to anyone talk about goal setting, it means you are probably not successful at goal setting. If you were you wouldn’t be listening. If you are successful at achieving goals, then don’t waste your time listening to anything else … Continue reading #050-SMART Goals are Stupid. Dumb Goals are Better →

Duration:00:39:05

#049-5 Factors of Believability

12/6/2017
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How should you decide who has enough credibility to listen to? What factors make a person’s opinion worth listening to? The better you get at determining who to believe and seeking out those believable people, the more believable YOU will become.

Duration:00:25:28

#048-Four Differences Between Teaching and Instructing

11/1/2017
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Many people use the words teacher and instructor interchangeably. I do too. I’m not too concerned with what word you use, but in this show, I use those two words to describe two different types of trainers. I greatly prefer to learn from and be one over the other. Listen in to see which is … Continue reading #048-Four Differences Between Teaching and Instructing →

Duration:00:31:45