Accountability. We claim we want accountability but the ambiguity that is created allows us not to have accountability. [You can subscribe at www.unlearnings.co to dive deeper into the conversation of accountability.] We mention in this episode that Lisa spoke at Creative Mornings on "Community." If you would like to see her talk, visit: https://goo.gl/Nn4VGq
Lisa and I talk about what you've been looking for! A course that gives you the confidence and tools to have the conversations that you've been avoiding - without the overwhelm. You can find the course at goo.gl/hLwRhu. [You can also subscribe on our website at www.unlearnings.co]
Steven Thompson and Josh sit down to talk about leaving your comfort zone. Steven visited a new coffee shop every week for a year. We would love for you to hear what Steven learned and what he is doing with the information. [We would love for you to subscribe to our newsletter at www.unlearnings.co]
Jeanette Bronée has a great relationship with performance and fueling that performance. Jeanette will be speaking this year at Inbound 2018 as she did last year. Here is your chance to hear her talk about her work. You can find more about her at www.pathforlife.com and you can subscribe with us at www.unlearnings.co.
Derek Sivers wrote about just before the conversation here took place and many subscribers saw that post.
The Maine Legislature has "learn, unlearn, and relearn" built into their State Education Learning Results Regulations. And, Tony Dottino talks about the ability to unlearn on Michael Schein's podcast. What does Josh think and what is science telling us? [To join the conversation live subscribe at www.unlearnings.co]
This week we have Lisa Guida who is a co-founder of Unlearnings and the founder of Why Leap Alliance. I want to highlight Lisa because she is dedicated to the high-spirited success of women & other marginalized communities. [You can find the youtube video from this episode at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uo0KjdDJr1c. To join the conversation every week, subscribe at www.unlearnings.co]
Ashley Crouch who is an award-winning Visibility Strategist presented this episode. Ashley is the founder of Appleseed Communications and every client served helps support a woman business owner in 13 resource-poor nations, such as the Philippines, Kenya, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Cambodia. [Subscribe at www.unlearnings.co to join the live sessions.]
This week we have Cheryl who is curious about the unspoken questions people ask themselves, and why they don’t act on some of the things that matter most to them.
Cheryl has an idea called the Box Lunch Lifestyle to give those hesitant about asking questions a nudge in a new direction, and she’s asking herself now why she has taken so long to share her unspoken questions.
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Ryan interviewed 100 business owners and CEO's for the Ryan Marketing Show iTunes Podcast then published the book 100% Kiwi Business to share the insights with Kiwi business owners. [To join in on the live conversation subscribe at www.unlearnings.co]
Matthew works to help organizations use digital products for innovation and has been doing so with Workfront for the last four years. He is going to show us How to leverage a software implementation to level-up your career. [Subscribe to be a part of the live conversations at www.unlearnings.co]
Amy Selbach presented on her formula for "how to tell your brand story and the power of story." She is an entrepreneur, brand strategist, global marketing and business consultant, and mother to a toddler (her favorite role of all). She has traveled to over 65 countries, and I am sure with her energy she will not stop. [You can always subscribe at www.unlearnings.co]
This is simply an offering for those to share what you believe your purpose is and sharing that expertise in a form that might not work, but you are stepping out with courage, with generosity, overcoming the resistance for those who are curious and have built the habit into their lives. [Please subscribe at www.unlearnings.co to join in the live sessions and in the conversation.]
We have Lee Kantor on How to Podcast Strategically. Lee is the Founder of Business RadioX, a radio and podcast network with studios around the US. Lee has been podcasting for over a decade and his mission is to tell One-million positive business stories. He is going to teach us how to podcast strategically. [To join the live sessions you can subscribe at unlearnings.co]
This week Vivek is being super-generous and we couldn't be happier to have him speak and teach us. He is an engineer, parent educator and blogger, business owner, and a friend. We don't want you to miss his presentation and conversation. (To join on the live sessions, please visit www.unlearnings.co and subscribe)
After finishing college at SUNY Old Westbury Chris went to work at a small accounting firm in Jericho, Long Island. That was more than 20 years ago and that small firm has grown and merged into what is now KWM CPAs. KWM is an office of more than 30 professionals. THey do taxes, accounting and consulting for business and individuals. [You can find more information on Unlearnings at www.unlearnings.co]
Luis shared his assertion as being an agent of change. Though he did not perform any dance moves online, he presented a ton of insight on what's out there in terms of goal setting that made us all want to dance with the fear. You can find out more about us at www.unlearnings.co
Jason Andrew is a Co-founder of Smart Books Online in Brisbane, City in Queensland, Australia. He generously is here to share a Financial Budgeting Hack: How to build a business budget that you'll stick with. He has a few key tips and tricks for your personal and business life that we found very interesting. [You can always subscribe from our website at www.unlearnings.co to get all the Unlearnings information right in your inbox.]
We won't be talking about monetization or revenue. We won't be talking about podcast how-to. This is about why audio is the new frontier of content marketing and the implications for brands and for thought leaders.
Unlearnings is for people who want to experience, to think, to dive deep into a discussion of a concept, or new model, or something that doesn't seem to have a direct correlation to today's work. Some people might think the topics are extremely obscure, but for the group of people in the discussion, that topic becomes extremely important and relatable to their work. [To learn more visit www.unlearnings.strikingly.com]
Presenting an Unlearning challenged me to think beyond the basics. I wasn't just teaching something new, I had to change people's minds about something... something they already thought they knew. It's like creating an episode of Mythbusters, minus the explosions. This pushed me to challenge my own assumptions and dig deeper as a presenter. I realized some of my understanding regarding creativity were limited and I hadn't considered some of the more structured approaches to creativity. Another aspect that challenged me was knowing the caliber of the audience. I wanted the content to push their understandings so they unlearned as well. [To hear more episodes like this one, head over to www.unlearnings.strikingly.com and subscribe!]
Marianne is a motivated, creative, and versatile project manager and community leader. Combining professional leadership in Canada's innovation industry with an academic foundation in international human rights, there is nothing cookie cutter about her. She thinks outside the box, cuts the red tape, revels in collaboration and carries a fresh perspective on thought leadership and brand activation. Some of the inspiration for this Unlearnings comes from her work on The Tech Toronto Meet-up. [You can hear more like this in real-time by subscribing at www.unlearnings.strikingly.com]
Selin Sonmez is an entrepreneur, cofounder of Knock Knock City, and a changemaker. Being a designer by training, she implements human-centric design thinking to create new businesses that solve real-life and interesting problems.
She has presented design thinking and how to start a business in schools, at events, and through podcasts. We are lucky to have Selin join us an talk about a new way of design thinking.