In this week's episode I talk about Imposter Syndrome with my brother-in-law, Tyler Yocca. We'll get into what it is, how everyone feels like an imposter sometimes and some suggestions on how to move passed the feeling.
P.S. I'm playing with this idea of bringing in people from life to talk about a subject. Let me know what you think of the format. Do you like it? What would you change? I want to hear from you!
In this episode, I continue my interview with Mike Newman, the Managing Editor for the website / newsletter / online store Cool Material. If you haven't listened to the first part of this interview, I highly encourage you to go back to episode 56 and listen to part 1.
In part 2, we talk about being true to yourself in business, sharing a great experience with his dad through work, the history of the world according to facebook and keeping up with the internet.
In this episode, I continue my interview with Mike Bledsoe, one of the co-hosts of the popular strength and conditioning podcast, Barbell Shrugged and host of his own podcast, The Bledsoe Show. We get into topics like relationships, running your own business, and being purpose driven.
🎧 Listen Time: 22:30 | In this episode, I interview Mike Bledsoe, one of the co-hosts of the popular strength and conditioning podcast, Barbell Shrugged and host of his own podcast, The Bledsoe Show. From the Navy, to IT, Exercise Science, CrossFit, and Podcasting, we'll talk about Mike's journey, his his 'why' and how he makes that a daily part of his life.
🎧 Listen Time: 6:21 | It's really common to receive advice to try new things and go on adventures. It seems like the sense of adventure and exploring the world and its possibilities is popular as each generation hits their 20s. But what are you learning from these adventures? 🤔
If you search the internet for personality assessments, you won't find a shortage of results. I've found that a lot of people aren't quite sure where to start or which ones to take. I'll go over a few of my favorites, the results they give, and why I recommend them to people.
It's natural to be focused on yourself when you're thinking about self-awareness and understanding strengths but there are a lot of benefits to those around you. In this episode, I'll go over some to the benefits for other people and how knowing yourself helps you communicate, interact, and work with those around you.
I've talked about DNA in the past and what I think has been missing from that topic is an example of how that looks in practice. In this episode, I want to give a practical example of how your DNA may or may not be a fit for an organization or a role.
In this episode, I continue the series on symptoms of operating outside of your strengths. I'll explore whether job hopping is a good thing or a bad thing and make some suggestions for both the job hopper and their potential employer.
In this episode, I continue my interview Harvey Goldberg, a Vistage Chair and speaker who's talk on triggers inspired my first triggers episode a few months ago. In part 2, we will talk about identifying other people's trigger themes and how you can manager your triggers to get the results you want.
It is Wednesday February 28th and I'm Josh Newton.
Welcome to the I'm Josh Newton Show where it is all about putting your potential into practice. Today we're going to continue our interview with Harvey Goldberg. And in part 2 here we're going to talk more about triggers. One of the big pieces of advice that Harvey gives here is how to identify somebody's trigger theme just by spending some time with them and paying attention to how they react in certain situations.
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In this episode, I interview Harvey Goldberg, a Vistage Chair and speaker who's talk on triggers inspired my first triggers episode a few months ago. In part 1, we will talk about Harvey's background, how he got into doing this talk and why your 'Trigger Theme' helps you bring value to those around you.
It is Friday February 23rd and I'm Josh Newton.
Welcome to the I'm Josh Newton Show where it is all about putting your potential into practice. Today we have another interview. This interview is going to be with Harvey Goldberg Harvey is a Vistage chair and a vistage speaker and he is the person who actually introduced me to this concept of triggers. The first episode that I did on triggers was one of my most popular and it was one of the most responded to episodes I ever had when I was primarily doing things on Anchor and I got tons of call-ins about this and lots of really great question. So I decided to reach out to Harvey and see if he'd be willing to do an in
Symptom number five is the exact opposite of symptom number four. Instead of not accomplishing things, you have actually found something you are good at and can make money doing, but do you love it? At the end of the day when you hit the mark and accomplish everything you needed to for that day, does it feel like you accomplished something meaningful?
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What do your triggers say about you? Everyone has them. Real situations and things that send you to a bad place. Understanding what it is that triggers you is an important part of your journey towards self-awareness.
Are you a specialist or a generalist? We tend to romanticize the idea and the stories of specialists but in a world where multiple technologies dominate our lives, generalists have the advantage and the ability to innovate by bringing together the disparate skills and abilities that they have in unique ways.
Saying "Thank you." It may seem like a simple thing to do, but so many have a hard time saying thank you to a compliment. I talk about the reason why it’s important to accept and pay attention to compliments.
Interview with best-selling author Dr. John Stahl-Wert. Traveling in the car with the author of the internationally best-selling book The Serving Leader, Dr. John Stahl-Wert. We talk about why self-awareness is difficult and what Kohn’s top 3 Strengths are.
I talk a lot about focusing on your strengths instead of your weaknesses but this doesn’t mean you can ignore them. What do you do about them then? Marginalizing and mitigate your weaknesses. Here’s how I handle some of mine.