The Most Successful People are the Most Available (349)

Have you ever wondered why the people who are proven to be the most successful tend to be more approachable? It is challenging to get the chance to interview people much more when they have so much on their plates. In this episode, I will share with you why I think successful people, who are supposed to be the busiest, are more responsive when asked for an interview for shows like this.

Forbidden Phrases (347)

In this episode, I talk about what I call my “Forbidden Phrases.” Nothing alarming, just some phrases that push my buttons.  They’re redundant. They’re often unclear. And they’re just not necessary.

Quiet Quitting Isn’t New (345)

Quiet Quitting

In this episode, I talk about Quiet Quitting. We’ve heard a lot about people who are quiet-quitters, especially since the “end” of the Covid pandemic, around the time everyone started going back to their offices.

Billions to Nillions (341)

In this episode, I talk about FTX, the Bahamian-based cryptocurrency firm that went from Billions to what I call Nillions – it means nil – in just a matter of weeks.  

Who’s Leading You? (339)

In this episode, I ask the question, Who’s Leading You?  In past episodes, I know we’ve talked about the importance holding your employees or team members to a higher expectation than they would hold themselves. And the importance of then helping them achieve those goals. So what about you? As a leader?  Who are you asking to hold you to higher expectations?  A coach? A mentor?

Nails in a Fence (337)

In this episode, I talk about a sort of fable, a parable, called Nails in a Fence. Some of you may be familiar, but if not, I draw some real-world parallels that I think you might appreciate.

Leaving it on the Field (335)

In this episode, I discuss the concept of “Leaving it on the Field.” Many of us have our favorite sports, our favorite teams that we are fans of, some of us can be somewhat over-enthusiastic fans, possibly even rabid fans.  But in the end, it is just a game, and most of us can walk away and remain friendly with those who are not as enthusiastic about the teams we support.