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434: From Stressed To Resilient with Dr. Deborah Gilboa
How can you reframe stress and use it to build your resilience? Dr. Deborah Gilboa is on a mission to transform how people think about stress and change so they can accomplish what they need to in the world. She is a resilience expert who works with families, educators, executives, and businesses to identify the mindset and strategies to turn stress to an advantage.
Known to many as Dr. G, she is a board-certified attending family physician and a leading media personality seen regularly on TODAY, Good Morning America and is the Resilience Expert for The Doctors. She is also featured frequently in the Washington Post, The New York Times, Huffington Post, and many other media outlets.
Today we’re going to discuss her new book, From Stressed To Resilient – the guide to handle more and feel it less. Why our brains hate change, the truth about stress, and eight key skills to build resilience in your life and career.
Dr. G has used these principles with her patients and in helping turn around hundreds of organizations including a group of banks that were suffering from a high staff turnover and a major construction company that was imploding from a lack of loyalty.
To replace one of your employees’ costs 2-3 times their annual salary. Bleeding talent leads to bleeding cash. Teaching your people to move from stressed to resilient stops this from happening and leads to greater productivity, happiness, loyalty and profitability. Listen as Dr. G shows us how!
What We Discuss in this Episode
What is stress Why we only need leaders when there is change Why change is so uncomfortable Reframing change for your employees Why adversity alone doesn’t guarantee resilience 8 key skills for building resilience G’s favorite skill that she would love everyone to know The good news about the resilience cycle Why the “just get through it” approach is not enough How building connections increases our resilience The importance of laughter in handling stress and change The #1 thing leaders can do when asking their team to make a decision Full Episode Show Notes:
433: Disrupting the Global Energy Industry with Bill Nussey
How can you tap into the global energy market and help empower billions of people?
Bill Nussey is a career tech CEO with three successful exits, including an IPO. He worked at Greylock as a venture capitalist and after selling his marketing tech company Silverpop to IBM in 2014, he was promoted to IBM’s VP of Corporate Strategy, helping the CEO and SVPs set the company’s overall strategy.
As a CEO, his companies have raised more than $400 million, created thousands of jobs and billions in shareholder value. In 2016, he left IBM to create the Freeing Energy Project. It began with his 2017 Ted talk then grew into 100+ articles and most recently, the #1 ranked renewable energy podcast, The Freeing Energy podcast.
Today we discuss Bill Nussey’s new book, Freeing Energy. What is local energy, how you can get involved, and the 10 big ideas driving growth and innovation in the global energy market. We also delve into the common myths about solar power, batteries, carbon footprint, recycling issues, and much more.
Get ready! Bill shares a wealth of insight and clean energy business opportunity with us.
What We Discuss in this Episode with Bill Nussey
The historic opportunity available to innovators and entrepreneurs Dispelling the common myths about solar panels and batteries Tesla, lithium, battery recycling, and other concerns Why clean energy must be seen as a technology instead of a fuel The real battle the clean energy industry faces today Benefits and economics of local energy vs utility-scale renewables Why solar is currently cheaper in Australia than in the U.S. The growth of micro-communities in Florida, California and beyond Paying for your beer with solar energy? The next hot startup market The Five Order framework for evaluating the risks and financing needs for clean energy technology The biggest business opportunity in history and why you don’t want to bet against technology Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/business/433-disrupting-the-global-energy-industry-with-bill-nussey
432: Brand Storytelling with B2B Podcasts w/Graham Brown
How can brands use podcasting to engage their internal and external business audiences?
Graham Brown is a published author on the subject of The Digital Transformation of Communication. His work has been featured in the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal and he has helped shape the communications strategies of some of the world's leading organizations such as McKinsey, AirAsia, Nokia, UNICEF, Disney, Monster Energy Drinks, The Singapore Institute of Management, and The European Commission.
Listen as Graham takes us on a journey of storytelling brilliance, through which we explore the power of storytelling, the 3-box method that the best storytellers use, and how to use podcasting to engage your internal and external stakeholders. Discover the key to authentic communication and brand transformation, and how to have your message stand out in a noisy marketplace.
What We Discuss in this Episode
How to use storytelling to create positive change What we can learn from great comedians The key to agile storytelling that works Making your business communication come alive The storytelling method that the best movies and books have in common How podcasting can help you authentically engage your team The problem with traditional corporate communication methods The real secret to creating a great brand experience for customers Giving your internal influencers a platform to build upon Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/business/432-brand-storytelling-with-b2b-podcasts-w-graham-brown
431: Bridging The Global Literacy Gap w/Rebecca Chandler Leege
How can we address educational inequality worldwide? Rebecca Chandler Leege is the Chief Impact Officer of WorldReader, a non-profit organization that has reached 20M readers in the past decade and is set up to reach their next 200M in a few short years.
With over 20 years of leadership experience, Rebecca previously led a global education technology initiative of USAID, World Vision, and the Australian Government, and spent 15 years living and working throughout Africa and Asia. She also has six years of experience working in the private sector in international human resources consulting and holds a Master of Science in Multinational Commerce from Boston University.
Today we discuss the global issue of illiteracy – its impact, and Worldreader’s technology solution for scaling educational literacy; how they reach underserved communities around the world, select their curriculum, engage families, find partnership and funding for their initiatives, and more.
What We Discuss in this Episode
Why there are so many children (and adults) who are illiterate How technology can help scale literacy Involving the whole family in the child’s learning experience Modeling a new way of living The power of strategic partnerships Common barriers to reading and learning Linking reading with Habitat For Humanity home ownership opportunities How WorldReader selects their reading curriculum What we can do to help solve global illiteracy Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/education/431-bridging-the-global-literacy-gap-with-rebecca-chandler-leege
430: The Secret to a Joy-Filled Life with Tommy Newberry
How can you experience joy, no matter what is happening around you? Our guest today is bestselling author and founder of The 1% Club, Tommy Newberry. He beautifully illustrates for us that it’s not only possible but necessary!
Listen as we discuss the 4:8 Principle and why it is so important to our joy and wellbeing both personally and professionally. In a world where fear and negativity are rampant, we can shift the narrative and bring about positive change in our lives and for others.
Tommy Newberry is the author of seven books—including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, The 4:8 Principle, as well as the motivational classic, Success is Not an Accident—both of which have been translated into dozens of languages.
He is also the founder and head coach of AchievingOPTIMAL, an organization focused on helping Christian entrepreneurs and their families maximize their full potential. He has dedicated the last 30 years to helping entrepreneurs and their families work less, earn more, and create greater significance with the right accomplishments.
Tommy has appeared as a guest on over 200 radio and television programs, including Fox & Friends, The Lou Dobbs Show, Your World With Neil Cavuto, Janet Parshall’s America, The Fox News Strategy Room, and many others.
What We Discuss in this Episode
How to have a have a joy-filled life The power of focusing on the good in situations Philippians 4:8 as a tactical tool for life Why you don’t won’t wait until struggle comes to condition your mind Differentiating joy and happiness The hidden costs of scattered thinking The advantage of being a B-talent Creating a TO STOP list How to improve your self-concept The underlying barrier to self-confidence Creating a detailed personal mission statement Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/mindset/430-the-secret-to-a-joy-filled-life-with-tommy-newberry
429: Extracting Strength from the Struggle with Joel Green
What separates high achievers from those who struggle to get ahead?
Joel Green is a man who can tackle this question head on. A successful leader and a former professional basketball player, many would define him by his successes, but it’s what he did to achieve his success that he is most interested in sharing with others.
Joel is CEO of Pro Level Training, the National Director of Nike Sports Camps, and a renowned motivational speaker, having reached thousands of people through his TEDx Talk.
He is also a professional sports and fitness model and actor, and has been featured in commercials, ads and on television. Most recently he was the face of Cheez-It crackers Celebrity Crunch Classic campaign, in which he was solely featured on millions of snack boxes.
As a motivational speaker Joel’s unique differentiator is his ability to see life objectively from multiple vantage points. Unfortunate circumstances as a youth helped groom and refine Joel into adulthood. Growing up in an abandoned home in North Philadelphia and seeing both sides of life has allowed him to connect with many different people groups very powerfully.
Joel has a B.A. in Psychology from Rider University and just published his first book, Filtering: The Way to Extract Strength from the Struggle.
Today we discuss his book, and specifically what separates achievers from non-achievers so you can reach new levels of fulfillment, accomplishment, and impact in your own life.
What We Cover in this Episode
Filtering difficult situations Converting negative emotions into fuel for growth How achievers think differently than non-achievers Eliminating options to increase focus Breaking free from the fear of failure Filtering emotions in the heat of the moment The beauty of a broken heart How to get unstuck Filtering guilt The importance of GOALS The Pyramid of Desire Pursuing fulfillment instead of happiness Complete Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/mindset/429-extracting-strength-from-the-struggle-with-joel-green
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Great show, great host
Nicole cares deeply about people. My favorite episode is 393 with Adam Gray, on social media and business. Really interesting interview!
High Quality Guests!!
It's obvious to me that it's Nicole's calling to empower her listeners (me included!!) with meaningful content. Keep rockin'!