Dr. Rich Schuttler begins his series with a short background about himself and describes the essence of what is 'incremental gains.' Dr. Rich alluded to several simple to understand and easy to relate to concepts to help gain a better sense of what to expect in this podcast series. Check it out!
Things That Change Your for the Better
This episode contains one of my prescriptions for success! As an Executive Mentor, I am often called upon to help others become a better professional so they can achieve their full potential. All too often, I must first help them better understand what they can do that will change them for the better. Listen in on this episode, try a few simple tips, and become an even better you!
What NOT to Say to a Child Who Losses a Parent
Not sure what to say to children when one of their parents dies? Be careful, as your good intentions can cause years of damage. My father died when I was 11 years old, and others told me “You’re the man of the family now; you need to take care of your mother and sister.” Don’t do that! Listen and learn from the information in this episode.
Speak Smart or Speak Dumber?!
Do you unknowingly dumb-down your communication? Many wonder why they cannot get promoted to high positions of authority and accountability – even though they have the technical skills. Learn about and how to apply Benjamin Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy verbs to communicate effectively at the level of your work and your level of education.
Become an Even Better Leader
I am often asked "How can I be a better leader?" In this episode, I share why you do not need to read books about 'how to be a better leader' when all you need to do is emulate those who set a great leadership example for you. Listen and learn if you are a 'pioneer or settler' leader or a 'thermostat or thermometer' leader! Enjoy!
Self-Reflect, Assess, and Correct
Learn this simple 3-step practice that all successful people and organizations apply. If you want to improve in any area of your life, work, or relationships, follow this prescription to success. There are examples in this episode you’ll be able to relate to! Dr. Rich takes what can be complex processes for some and distills them down to simple steps to apply.
Attention to Details
Does your attention to details need more attention to detail? This episode provides insights into how the lack of focus can result in not achieving greater levels of success at work, at home, in sports, with your health, and just about everywhere else! Dr. Rich shares ideas on "How To" pay greater attention to details in all areas of your life.
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I'm thrilled to have run across this on FB!! Thank you Dr Schuttler for reaching out and sharing this awesome PodCast! Great advice and worthy of sharing to everyone! Looking forward to listening to each podcast available. Feed your BRAIN the "good stuff"....this is IT! Does it get any better than that? BTW, getting myself a NEW paper calendar today!!
A Valuable Resource for Professional and Personal Development
Dr. Rich Schuttler’s podcast is a rich resource of advice and lessons on success and goal-setting in professional and personal life. He makes important points about the significance of processes in goal-setting and gives practical tips on goal development and time management. His Success Scorecard Tracking System is an effective tool for strategically focusing one’s goals and planning the steps necessary to achieve them. This podcast would be a valuable addition to the syllabus of a leadership or entrepreneurship course, where it would provide students with the tools they need to succeed in today’s complex, digitally-driven business world. A great preparation tool for those entering the new mode of work life in the era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
This podcast is great! I love the KISS concept and apply it to everyday life. I have found that concepts and ideas that have been over ridden wth technology can sometimes be overwhelming. Dr. Rich does keep it simple! I really like the fact that he has incorporated tactics that can be implimited today! Thank you Dr. Schuttler your knowledge is helpful in many ways!