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How to Rise Above the Noise - Matt Halloran
To Matt Haloran, we are 99.99% alike, we are all more than friends and acquaintances, we are family.
Having come from humble beginnings, Matt has been everyone, from a therapist, to a life coach, to a successful entrepreneur yet, what makes him the most successful it is his ability to listen deeply and discover what is so unique about you; in order for you to rise above the noise.
Join me in this episode, as we dive through Matt’s history, vision and passion for his team and company to discover what makes him such an admirable person.
To listen deeply, we must want to have the desire to listen.
We Failure it’s part of being human, and because of it we can be even more efficient.
Culture it’s the soil that cultivates the fruits of your company.
Do You Actually Relate to People? | Over Drinks with Evan Woolley
How can the right leadership navigate the recent, and history repeated, events in order to continue moving forward? There really is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ leadership; just misled leaders. Leading and navigating with your team is a process that grows with the amount of obstacles you face and overcome. Trust in an organization and in the public, as we’ll hear in this episode, is an essential element that sprouts from experiences, struggles and the ability as a leader to relate with his people.
It can feel like a hamonic dance yet a constant battle of dealing with problems and discovering solutions.
In a big organization like the government, which is built to go slow and careful, can create a sense of disconnect and unrelatedness to the common people as the world moves faster and faster. Join me today as the youngest councillor for the city of Calgary, Evan Woolley, shares his insights and knowledge from a curtain many of us are not familiar with.
have the audacity to challenge what was said to be “absolute” to say ‘no’ when it was always a yes.
Do natural born leaders really have a better chance at being great leaders than those who learn the skills through experience and failure?
What is the secret sauce to be heard? Is being trusting and authentic enough?
An Open Sourced Global Movement
We all have one.
The big difference lives between those who spend the time to create one to work towards instead of being at the effect of other people's ideas of how the future should go. A vision gives us passion, drive and direction. Living in anticipation of a compelling future is a life worth living, as everything we do supports us in moving forward.
They inform our priorities, they expand our horizons and harness our strengths.
In 2017 a motley crew came together with a notion to bring more intentional effort to the creative process of creating a possible vision for the future of humans doing business.
Read about it here
Be A Conduit For What's Next For Others | Over Drinks with Brian Kroeker
How can leaders make a bigger difference in their employees lives?
Should leaders be quiet in the shadows and notice what is going on in order to empower whom they are leading? As Leaders, we need to lead by example. If your employees don’t see you living, breathing and acting on your vision; it is not effective, and it’s not empowering.
It all revolves around building trust, and trust lives in the actions that you take.
Join me today, as Brian Kroeker, President of Little Rock Printing, shares his insights on being relentless with expectations, the work needed to get where you need to go and his vision for providing the right opportunities for growth for his employees.
How can we help our employees move up in their careers even if it’s not with us?
The contrasting experiences of losing and winning shapes our trajectory
Step back and let others find the way things work best for them.
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So I Married an Entrepreneur (E5)
Who Do You Need To Be To Build Resilience For The Future
Maya and I talk about the last quarter. The projects we were working on and the lessons they presented. The gapple with trying to get it right, the power of just going with the flow and the benefit of implementing custom systems and structures that supports (not constraints) creativity.
I know it all sounds like a big contradiction.
WELCOME TO YOUR LIFE.
Each of you listening has the ability and the freedom to create a possible future. When we’re able to flex the muscles of adaptability, resilience and intuition at a moment’s notice, your ability to navigate the unpredictable seasons of the future improves.
New opportunities present themselves.
It’s just whether we’re paying attention and willing to embrace and implement the systems of support to build, pivot or keep going.
There’s work to be done to define, understand and articulate who you are, what you stand for.
You’re here to be of service and make a difference.
You’re here to bring value.
You’re here to push boundaries and create new possibilities.
To explore new positions, new areas of focus and new directions to take.
I believe all of us are visionary and that it's time for you to create what’s next, leading yourself and others into the emerging future.
The question is...what are you waiting for?
Entrepreneurship, Fast Cars & Fat Bank Accounts | Overdrinks with Marty Park
The game of entrepreneurship keeps you driven and hungry.
Busy building and doing, and rarely with a clear plan.
At the beginning that's a good thing!
What better environment to figure things out but rolling up your sleeves and digging in.
While there is always a part of us that wished we would have had MORE support, insight, awareness, mentorship.
Would it have really made the difference?
Would you have lost interest too soon?
Do you think you would have committed as much to doing the necessary work?
Being a leader and building anything is a practice and an evolution.
There is a moving towards and when the time is ready, the desire for a more clearly defined picture of the future (your vision) will emerge.
Join me, as Entrepreneur Advisor, Trainer, Coach & Bestselling Author, Marty Park, shares his insight on VISION, CULTURE and BRAND.
Key episode takeaways
The influences of our parental figures with their passions.
Advantages of public speaking at a young age.
The dream of fast cars and fat bank accounts, the turning point.
Getting to the point of being ready to think bigger, slowing down and taking the time to define what it was they wanted to create (What inspired and motivated them)
You can only ever start small to go big. Create the critical touch points to keep the dream alive so you’re ready for the next opportunity.
When you’re ready to build, collaborate with others to make it happen.
Providing the opportunity to shape society and the future of business.
Action comes before motivation, purpose from creation
Culture exists, but who’s banging the drum?
Stop the checking off or trying to fit in the box
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Book: Tiger By The Tail
Love the real ness
These guys talk about real life stuff. No bs and they stay open without pushing.
They are also funny and they sounds sexy haha..