When someone is nodding when you’re talking, how do you know if it’s genuine interest and understanding or simply fake listening and they’re ready to go to sleep?
Ep. 221 – How does that feel?
For many of us, expressing emotions feels treacherous. In this episode, I share a few practical ways to make this feel easier and serve as a better way to start longer, clarifying conversations with someone else.
Ep. 220 – Breaking bad teaching (part 2)
Great courses are not only filled with wonderful and practical experiences, but they are also led by selfless and authentic instructors. In this second installment, I talk about the critical role of the instructor to serve as a facilitator of learning, not a self-absorbed lecturer.
Ep. 219 – Breaking bad teaching (part 1)
When you take a course, whether it be in person or online, it’s always an experience. In this episode, I talk about the critical role of course design to make it an exceptional, relevant and practical experience. Link: https://thebrieflab.com/belt/
Ep. 218 – Year in review
Over the past year, we continue to witness substantial changes in our world, both broadly and personally. After spending some quiet time to reflect personally, I share a brief perspective on what’s transpired in the past 12 months and what lies ahead.
Ep. 217 – What’s in a name?
In this episode, I talk about some important considerations if you need to come up with a name for a business, product, program or key initiative. If you get it mildly right, you can make the name serve as a force for clarity.
Ep. 216 – Entrepreneurial lessons
Over the years, I have succeeded and failed as an entrepreneur. The lessons I learned might help you either as you start a new business or lead a new program, venture or initiative within an existing organization.
Joe, I simply wanted to publicly thank you for crafting this podcast series. Perhaps we can share ideas that were inspired from your Episode 155 in due time.
I’d be interesting in digging deeper into “What is Fear?” and how we as communicators and listeners in our modern world may be using that word too loosely...and confusing ourselves on why we should speak up (or not), when to do it, and how we might.
In any case, EXCELLENT series, phenomenal episode (#155), and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to others not yet following this podcast
Great advice on communicating for impact
Joe McCormack’s Just Saying podcast takes a page from his book Brief. He provides quick but rich pointers in how to communicate in a focused way to get the desired results. I learn every time I listen.
Joe’s podcast is a great tool to supplement his course material or listening to it without taking the course. His podcasts are 15 minutes or less and are easily digestible during commutes.