Whatever your thoughts on our political moment, odds are you're thinking about politics and our culture much more lately. I've talked with and read posts from several people who are burning out and tired, but still want to make a difference and enact change. This podcast is aimed at helping you tap the best version of yourself so that you can make a difference with the people around you and the community at large.
An in-depth interview with Jason Haap - an educational coach and consultant with a specialization in trauma.
Jason and I discuss in-depth how to effectively lead adults as well as youth, what to do to overcome resistance from people with entrenched ideas, and how to get out of an unproductive win/lose mentality with the people around us.
This episode will help everyone, but is a must-listen for educators, teachers, or those interested in the concept of trauma and how to effectively help those who live with high amounts of stress in their lives.
In this episode, I do an in-depth interview with Tracy Warner (my wife) who is a highly regarded executive assistant in the Indiana area. She has worked with companies of all sizes from publicly traded Fortune 1000 companies to start-ups of all sizes.
In this conversation, Tracy discusses how executives and business owners can effectively leverage their relationship with their EA to improve their lives and productivity.
Tracy also speaks to EAs and others who need to step up and claim their seat at the table in whatever career they are in. For those who are struggling with their confidence or not being treated with respect, Tracy has some amazing perspective.
Being able to trigger a peak state and shift your habitual emotions is one of the most important skills you will learn. In this quick episode you will learn a simple tool to make a gigantic shift in your day to day life.
Basic ideas are usually the most life changing ideas. I heard these three questions from the late Jim Rohn a long time ago. They have guided me though dark times and will help anyone brave enough to use them.