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Humans, Now and Then explores how our rapidly changing world impacts our human experience, now and in the future.

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Humans, Now and Then Rebecca Scott

    • Society & Culture
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Humans, Now and Then explores how our rapidly changing world impacts our human experience, now and in the future.

If you like the show, please share with others to help get them involved in the conversation about the future.

    JC Granger: Relationship-Based Marketing and the Future of BizTech

    JC Granger: Relationship-Based Marketing and the Future of BizTech

    It is a fascinating and challenging time to be in marketing. The technology landscape is rapidly growing, but maybe not as fast as the growing concerns about consumer privacy. So, how to companies continue their marketing journey into the future while maintaining the trust of consumers?  In this episode, I speak to JC Granger, CEO of Infinity Marketing Group, about the future of marketing, and how to consider balancing that with consumer trust and privacy.
    Bio:
    J.C. has 20 years in digital marketing experience. He launched his agency in 2011 and finds particular joy in empowering tech companies to grow while discovering exponential digital sales success. J.C is a passionate and skilled marketer who takes pride in Infinity Marketing Group’s ability to deliver a comprehensive ROI for its clients.
    https://www.infinitymgroup.com/
     
    Resources:
    Future of BizTech Podcast https://www.infinitymgroup.com/the-future-of-biztech-podcast/
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    • 33 min
    Gordon Locke: The Power of Storytelling in Communicating your Brand

    Gordon Locke: The Power of Storytelling in Communicating your Brand

    We all like a great story.  A great story captures our attention, pulls us in, captures our imagination and evokes strong emotions that help us connect to the characters and their experiences.  So, how can you tell such a story about yourself or your organization? In this episode, I speak to Gordon Locke, President of Pace Communications, about the importance of effective storytelling, and how strong emotion compels us to connect to and believe in the stories that we hear.
    Bio:
    Gordon Price Locke is a veteran of storytelling and an expert on emerging trends and technology in the brand story space. He is President on one of the largest independent agencies in North America, Pace, specializing in integrated marketing and brand story development. Gordon has served as a VP, SVP and CMO in marketing and communications roles with leading brands such as Hawaiian Airlines, Sabre/Travelocity, Rosenbluth-American Express. He began his career as a writer and photographer and his journey has taken him to 40+ countries and residencies in Washington, DC, Honolulu, Dallas and now Greensboro, NC.
     
    Resources:
    Brand Attachment—Building Emotional connects Across the Customer Journey: https://www.paceco.com/whitepapers/brand-attachment
     
    BB&T Bank Life Changing Decisions Video:
    BB&T BANK - LIFE CHANGING DECISIONS
     
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    • 36 min
    Robert Bogue: Leveraging Confident Change Management to Shape the Future

    Robert Bogue: Leveraging Confident Change Management to Shape the Future

    Massive disruption typically comes with both needs and opportunities for change. So, under challenging circumstances, how can organizations effectively address change during challenging times? And, is is possible to do so while avoiding and addressing the potential for burnout? In this episode, I speak to Robert Bogue, business leader, author and public speaker, about how organizations can address critical change initiatives with confidence in order to achieve success.
     
    Bio:
    Robert Bogue has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. His drive for resolving problems is fueled by his creativity and innovation to find solutions that others cannot. A business owner and community leader for over 10 years and 17-time Microsoft MVP, he has authored 27 books and edited over 100 additional books. He knows how to ignite engagement, stop from burning out, and freeze a snowballing conflict in its tracks.
     
    Rob's Confident Change Management Course: confidentchangemanagement.com
    Six Keys to Confident Change Management book
    Rob's website to help combat burnout: Extinguishburnout.com
     
    Resources:
    Rob's SharePoint Shephard's Guide for End Users:
    www.sharepointshepherd.com/
     
    You can find out more about the following at confidentchangemanagement.com:
    Kurt Lewin's Change Management Model Dr. John Kotter's 8-Step Process for Leading Change The Prosci ADKAR change management model The William Bridges Transition Model Wicked Problems was a concept developed by Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber More information about Ethnography Subscribe to Humans, Now and Then wherever you stream.
     
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    • 41 min
    From Suffering to Growth: Finding Purpose from Death Row

    From Suffering to Growth: Finding Purpose from Death Row

    When we're at our worst, what does it take for us to forgive ourselves and forge a better path forward? And, is this a possibility even from a place like Death Row?  I kick off Season 3 of Humans, Now and Then with a conversation with Tessie Castillo, author of Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row, along with one of her co-authors Alim, who joins our conversation from North Carolina's Central Prison death row.
    Bio:
    Tessie Castillo is an author from Durham, North Carolina. She co-wrote her first book, Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row, with four men serving death sentences in North Carolina, whom she met while volunteering at North Carolina’s Central Prison in 2014.
     
    Michael J. (Alim) Braxton is a co-author of Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row.  He has been a death row inmate at North Carolina's Central Prison since 1996, sentenced to death after the murder of a fellow inmate while serving a sentence for a previous murder. Alim has since taken accountability for his actions, has found his faith, and advocates for innocent prisoners on death row.
    Resources:
    Alim mentioned Henry McCollum, who was released from North Carolina's Death Row after 30 years once he was proven innocent. He was convicted of murder and sentenced to death row, along with his brother, when they were teenagers. More information here:
    https://deathpenaltyinfo.org/stories/former-death-row-prisoners-freed-in-north-carolina
     
    According to the National Academy of Sciences, at least 4% of people who are sentenced to death are innocent: https://innocenceproject.org/national-academy-of-sciences-reports-four-percent-of-death-row-inmates-are-innocent/
     
    Alim mentions Elrico Fowler as one death row prisoner who maintains his innocence.  This article explains the complicated nature of death row convictions in North Carolina, especially those occurring several years ago.
    https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article219694345.html
     
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    • 37 min
    Kyle Sanders: Going the Distance to Shape a Better Future

    Kyle Sanders: Going the Distance to Shape a Better Future

    What it is take to go the distance?  When the chips are down, how do we find the courage and will to continue on so that we can achieve our purpose?  In this episode, I speak with Kyle Sanders, the Founder of Legacy Consultants Group and the host of the Legacy on Purpose Podcast, about what he's learned from participating in endurance events, the importance of truly living our purpose, and how these tie into effective, meaningful leadership.
    Bio:
    Kyle Sanders is the Founder of Legacy Consultants Group and the host of the Legacy on Purpose Podcast. He prides himself on creating significant client relationships built on a mutual alignment of values, philosophies and expectations. He believes in helping clients see the grander vision of their lives and the people they care about. His clients have chosen him as their lead advisor because of his dedication, empathy and integrity.
    In his personal time, Kyle is an avid endurance runner, and enjoys spending time with his family.
    Website:
    Legacyconsultantsgroup.com
     
    Legacy on Purpose Podcast:
    https://www.legacyconsultantsgroup.com/legacy-on-purpose-podcasts
     
    Resources:
     
    Kyle discussed the 29029 Everesting Event, where he participated on Stratton MT, VT. 2021 events are currently sold out, but you can learn more about the experience here:
    https://29029everesting.com/
    https://29029everesting.com/past-events/2019-vermont/
     
    Jessie Itzler, co-founder of 29029
    https://jesseitzler.com/
     
    Marc Hodulich, co-founder of 29029
    https://www.innervoice.life/marc-hodulich
     
    Colin O'Brady
    https://www.colinobrady.com/
     
    Mona Patel
    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mountain-of-gratitude/id1509252952?i=1000502320226
    https://www.amputee-coalition.org/resources/a-walk-in-the-clouds/
     
    More about the Moab 240 endurance running event
    http://www.moab200.com/
     
    David Goggins, "Can't Hurt Me"
    https://www.amazon.com/Cant-Hurt-Me-Master-Your/dp/1544512287
     
     
    Ohio University study about inheritance
    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/one-in-three-americans-who-get-an-inheritance-blow-it-2015-09-03
     
    Dave Ramsey - Financial Health expert
    https://www.daveramsey.com/
     
    Author Dr. Wayne Dyer
    https://www.drwaynedyer.com/
     
    Jay Shetty, author of Think Like a Monk
    https://jayshetty.me/
     
    Lewis Howes, author
    https://lewishowes.com/
     
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    • 46 min
    Shawn Harper: What it Takes to Win at Shaping a Better Future

    Shawn Harper: What it Takes to Win at Shaping a Better Future

    What do you think it takes to win?  Is winning only a possibility for some, or can a winning mindset help you overcome all odds to achieve your biggest goals?  In this episode, I speak to Shawn Harper, former NFL Player, Motivational Speaker and Business Owner, about why you were designed to win, and why what we believe about success may be all wrong.
    Bio:
    Shawn is a former NFL Player (Rams, Colts, NFL Europe) turned Motivational Speaker and Business Owner. Growing up, he had several learning disabilities along with a broken home and poverty. Any of these factors could have turned him into a statistic, but with a "No quit" mindset and special people who entered his life, he was able to overcome many challenges and use his platform to inspire and impact hundreds of thousands of people.
     
    Website: shawnharper.org
    To order his FREE e-book The Winning Edge: 8 Principles That Will Bring Out the Winner in You, go to shawnharper.co
     
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    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

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18 Ratings

18 Ratings

ReenaWatts ,

Music to My Ears/ Loved the Bully Boss episode

So cool Jay's airing his dirty laundry...and that he's learned to be an empathetic leader
Points I loved...
It's important to be able to take feedback from your team
Body language in person is much different than digital
One on ones need to happen, without assumptions
Fantastic work and host!

Shoe-gal-77 ,

Insightful dialogue

Insightful dialogue about the human experience. Great discussion about how we can grow and learn as leaders, and how we can grow and learn as humans.

greasy satchel ,

Great Unknown

Exploring the future by researching the past and present. Great concept. Interesting ideas and interviews. Subscribed

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