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What podcast do the top Fortune 500 executives listen to? This one! Every Wednesday and Sunday Dov Baron and his world-class guests including Guy Kawasaki, Tom Bilyeau, Keith Ferrazzi, Major General Ambassador Scott Gration, Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina, Commander Mark Divine, Jesse Itzler, Marisa Peer, John Oates, John (The Economic Hitman) Perkins, The Mother of Mindfulness Dr. Ellen Langer, Jordan Harbinger, and Kevin Harrington to name but a few who share the raw truth of their heroic journeys from devastation to purpose.

Leadership and Loyalty‪™‬ Dov Baron

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What podcast do the top Fortune 500 executives listen to? This one! Every Wednesday and Sunday Dov Baron and his world-class guests including Guy Kawasaki, Tom Bilyeau, Keith Ferrazzi, Major General Ambassador Scott Gration, Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina, Commander Mark Divine, Jesse Itzler, Marisa Peer, John Oates, John (The Economic Hitman) Perkins, The Mother of Mindfulness Dr. Ellen Langer, Jordan Harbinger, and Kevin Harrington to name but a few who share the raw truth of their heroic journeys from devastation to purpose.

    2/2: What if Your Crazy is Calling You to Your Genius? Susan Clarke

    2/2: What if Your Crazy is Calling You to Your Genius? Susan Clarke

    What if Your Crazy is Calling You to Your Genius? 
    Could it be that despite your fear, embracing the crazy or cracked parts of yourself might be immensely beneficial to your leadership? Let's face it; we've all been through our battles. Some are more severe than others. Consider this; the pain you are experiencing is not designed to break you but rather to break you open. What if you opened up and allowed yourself to fully experience that cracking, knowing that it is through those cracks the light could penetrate and illuminate what you may have hidden from yourself?

    Our guest for the next two episodes certainly understands that. Susan Clarke and her partner CrisMarie Campbell are the co-founders of Thrive Inc. They've spent 20 years helping men, women, couples, and teams to resolve difficult conflicts and create solid and thriving relationships. 

    Susan Clarke and her partner co-host a podcast, The Beauty of Conflict, and have given presentations on conflict resolution, communication, teamwork, and creative problem-solving at Fortune 100 companies like Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, AT&T, and Nationwide, and at the Gates Foundation, University of Washington Medical Center, San Francisco Giants, and many others. 

    Yet, at 24, Susan's entrepreneurial path became a quest to find a solution to a terminal cancer diagnosis. What Susan discovered was Crazy, Cracked, Warm, and Deep, which is the name of her latest book; her memoir. This is a stirring history; 
    however, it's also a primer on how to locate and remember the broken and separated parts in each of us, clearing the pain so the dark spots get the needed light to live forward.
     
    Website
    http://www.thriveinc.com

    Social Media
    https://www.facebook.com/thriveincmt
    https://twitter.com/IncThrive
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-clarke-5618004
    http://instagram.com/thriveinc

    Part 2) Crazy Calling to Genius

    Getting Rid of Corporate Swear Words Like Passion and Intimacy

    What is Healthy, Appropriate Intimacy in The Work Place 

    Why You Get to be Relational or Right!

    What if Your Brand of Crazy is Your Path to Genius?

    Choosing To Crack Yourself Open

    What's Your Body Telling You, That Your Mind Won't Hear?

    When Empathy is Not Enough.



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    • 31 min
    1/2 Susan Clark: Crazy, Cracked, Warm, Deep, Leadership

    1/2 Susan Clark: Crazy, Cracked, Warm, Deep, Leadership

    Could it be that despite your fear, embracing the crazy or cracked parts of yourself might be immensely beneficial to your leadership? Let's face it; we've all been through our battles. Some are more severe than others. Consider this; the pain you are experiencing is not designed to break you but rather to break you open. What if you opened up and allowed yourself to fully experience that cracking, knowing that it is through those cracks the light could penetrate and illuminate what you may have hidden from yourself?

    Our guest for the next two episodes certainly understands that. Susan Clarke and her partner CrisMarie Campbell are the co-founders of Thrive Inc. They've spent 20 years helping men, women, couples, and teams to resolve difficult conflicts and create solid and thriving relationships. 

    Susan Clarke and her partner co-host a podcast, The Beauty of Conflict, and have given presentations on conflict resolution, communication, teamwork, and creative problem-solving at Fortune 100 companies like Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, AT&T, and Nationwide, and at the Gates Foundation, University of Washington Medical Center, San Francisco Giants, and many others. 

    Yet, at 24, Susan's entrepreneurial path became a quest to find a solution to a terminal cancer diagnosis. What Susan discovered was Crazy, Cracked, Warm, and Deep, which is the name of her latest book; her memoir. This is a stirring history; 
    however, it's also a primer on how to locate and remember the broken and separated parts in each of us, clearing the pain so the dark spots get the needed light to live forward.
     
    Website
    http://www.thriveinc.com

    Social Media
    https://www.facebook.com/thriveincmt
    https://twitter.com/IncThrive
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-clarke-5618004
    http://instagram.com/thriveinc

    Part 1) Staying Sane in a Crazy World

    How Fracturing Ourselves to Lead Doesn't Work

    Looking Into the Dark to Find The Brightest Light

    The Danger of Ignoring the Signs

    Why We Avoid

    When Leaders Discover That They Want, and Need a Little Crazy


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    • 32 min
    2/2: Learning From Experiments: Dr Alan Barnard

    2/2: Learning From Experiments: Dr Alan Barnard

    Learning From Experiments
    As leaders, much of what we do depends entirely on the quality of our decisions. 
    However, as stress kicks in and our brain gets washed with a tsunami of cortisol, those none reactive decisions become more and more challenging to make. But what if there was a simple and powerful strategy that could show you that the thing you might see as impossible is, unless...
    .
    Imagine if there was simply an app on your device that could eliminate the overwhelming stress and allow you to tap into the greatest decision-makers in your industry? Could an app help us make faster decisions when it really matters? What if there was a way to tap into the exact constraints to get you to crystal clarity? 
    Could an app help us make faster decisions when it really matters?
    .
    Well, that's where we're going. Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Alan Barnard. Alan is considered one of the world's leading Decision Scientists and Theory of Constraints expert. His research focuses on understanding why good people make and often repeat bad decisions. Based on this research, he has developed a range of award-winning decision support apps. Vanilla Ice featured him as one of his "Ice Advisors" on Season 7 of his award-winning Reality TV show on the DIY Channel.
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    Dr. Alan Barnard's clients include Microsoft, Cargill, Tata Steel, Nike, Cisco, Intel, Penguin Random House, BC Rail, Premier Foods, Habitat for Humanity, Utah Governor's Office of Management and Budget, and that's just a few. Alan is also the Chairman of Odyssey Institute and frequently serves as field supervisor of Ph.D. students and guest lecturer at the DaVinci Institute and Duke University. He is also the author of, It's Impossible… Unless?

    Website https://dralanbarnard.com
     
     Social Media
     https://www.facebook.com/dralan.barnard
     https://twitter.com/dralanbarnard
     https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralanbarnard
     https://www.instagram.com/dralanbarnard

    Part 2) Learning From Experiments

    How to Pick Which Problem to Solve First

    Creating a Framework for Decision Outcomes

    Unfreezing Decision Stagnation

    The Power of Going "All In"

    Business Lessons From Speed Dating

    The 5 Decision Killers: Emotions, Overwhelm, Complexity, Chaos, and Subjectivity.

    How to Compress 10k Hours of Expertise in a couple of hours. 

    Decision Making Apps

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    • 34 min
    1/2 Dr. Alan Barnard: It's Impossible...Unless, The Theory of Constraints

    1/2 Dr. Alan Barnard: It's Impossible...Unless, The Theory of Constraints

    As leaders, much of what we do depends entirely on the quality of our decisions. 
    However, as stress kicks in and our brain gets washed with a tsunami of cortisol, those none reactive decisions become more and more challenging to make. But what if there was a simple and powerful strategy that could show you that the thing you might see as impossible is, unless...
    .
    Imagine if there was simply an app on your device that could eliminate the overwhelming stress and allow you to tap into the greatest decision-makers in your industry? Could an app help us make faster decisions when it really matters? What if there was a way to tap into the exact constraints to get you to crystal clarity? 
    Could an app help us make faster decisions when it really matters?
    .
    Well, that's where we're going. Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Alan Barnard. Alan is considered one of the world's leading Decision Scientists and Theory of Constraints expert. His research focuses on understanding why good people make and often repeat bad decisions. Based on this research, he has developed a range of award-winning decision support apps. Vanilla Ice featured him as one of his "Ice Advisors" on Season 7 of his award-winning Reality TV show on the DIY Channel.
    .
    Dr. Alan Barnard's clients include Microsoft, Cargill, Tata Steel, Nike, Cisco, Intel, Penguin Random House, BC Rail, Premier Foods, Habitat for Humanity, Utah Governor's Office of Management and Budget, and that's just a few. Alan is also the Chairman of Odyssey Institute and frequently serves as field supervisor of Ph.D. students and guest lecturer at the DaVinci Institute and Duke University. He is also the author of, It's Impossible… Unless?

    Website https://dralanbarnard.com
     
     Social Media
     https://www.facebook.com/dralan.barnard
     https://twitter.com/dralanbarnard
     https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralanbarnard
     https://www.instagram.com/dralanbarnard

    Part 1) It's Impossible...Unless

    It's easy to make mistakes.

    Deciphering which Actions Led to Which Results.

    Time Lag Traps

    Strategies for E+R=O

    35 Thousand Decisions a Day

    What is "Antifragile"

    How to Be Antifragile

    Bodybuilding for Decision making

    Getting out of The Numb Zone

    Confronting our Limiting Assumptions

    The Reality and Illusions of 10X growth

    The 5 Frame Theory of Constraint


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    • 39 min
    2/2 Leadership and The Vagus Nerve: Dr. Jonathan Sackier: Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator

    2/2 Leadership and The Vagus Nerve: Dr. Jonathan Sackier: Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator

    Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator
    Most of us in leadership roles have all come to our positions through some form of specialization. However, almost every innovation and advancement in science, leadership, or anything else has been through the convergence of multiple areas of expertise. Most often, that comes about by building exceptional teams. However, sometimes it comes from individuals who are polymaths; These are people who study different areas and find ways to bridge their knowledge into genuine innovation. One of the areas where this is becoming evident is in the medical sciences. 
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    Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Jonathan Sackier. Jonathan is an experienced executive leader, physician, entrepreneur, and inventor. He trained in Britain as both a pilot and surgeon. He helped pioneer the laparoscopic surgery revolution. Jonathan has been a founding partner of several successful start-ups in the medical technology industry, recognized as an industry leader in bringing innovative products from bench to bedside, such as AESOP, and a valued member of the team that developed the world's first operating room robot with Computer Motion. With his team of experts, Jonathan patented non-invasive technology to heal brain trauma, and advancements in stem cell technology to improve quality of life. 
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    Jonathan has earned two Honorary Professorships from Oxford University and the National Hepatobiliary and Enteric Surgery Research Center in the Peoples Republic of China Global Business Relations. He has launched and facilitated business growth in the GCC, Australasia, India, Russia, and Europe. He's also an esteemed member of the Global Chief Medical & Health Officer Network. 
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    Jonathan has a reputation for leading with the voice of the patient. He serves as Medical Counsel to the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA). On top of that, he speaks internationally. Jonathan is the host of the EMJ-Health podcast.
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    Social: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathansackier
    Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/EMJPodcast
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    https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/articles-by-author/jonathan-sackier
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    For Our World poem:
    http://thoughtmedicine.com/2010/09/for-our-world-a-poem-written-on-911-by-mattie-stepanek/
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    Part 2) This is Your Nervous System on a 24hr News Cycle

    Denial, Addiction, and Recovery

    How to Breaking a Destructive Cycle

    The Two Nervous Systems: "Get Away" & "Get Close"

    The Vagus Nerve and Leadership

    Knives, Drugs, and Yoga

    The Innovative World of Non-Invasive Technologies 

    Curiosity, Beauty, Problem Solving and Mindfulness


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    • 39 min
    1/2 Dr. Jonathan Sackier: Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator, Entering into Tiger Country

    1/2 Dr. Jonathan Sackier: Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator, Entering into Tiger Country

    Surgeon, Pilot, & Innovator
    Most of us in leadership roles have all come to our positions through some form of specialization. However, almost every innovation and advancement in science, leadership or anything else has been through the convergence of multiple areas of expertise. Most often, that comes about by building exceptional teams. However, sometimes it comes from individuals who are polymaths; they study different areas and find ways to bridge their knowledge into genuine innovation. One of the areas where this is becoming evident is in the medical sciences. 
    .
    Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Jonathan Sackier. Jonathan is an experienced executive leader, physician, entrepreneur, and inventor. He trained in Britain as both a pilot and surgeon. He helped pioneer the laparoscopic surgery revolution. Jonathan has been a founding partner of several successful start-ups in the medical technology industry, recognized as an industry leader in bringing innovative products from bench to bedside, such as AESOP, and a valued member of the team that developed the world's first operating room robot with Computer Motion. With his team of experts, Jonathan patented non-invasive technology to heal brain trauma, and advancements in stem cell technology to improve quality of life. 
     .
    Jonathan has earned two Honorary Professorships from Oxford University and the National Hepatobiliary and Enteric Surgery Research Center in the Peoples Republic of China Global Business Relations. He has launched and facilitated business growth in the GCC, Australasia, India, Russia, and Europe. He's also an esteemed Global Chief Medical & Health Officer Network member. 
    .
    Jonathan has a reputation for leading with the voice of the patient. He serves as Medical Counsel to the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA). On top of that, he speaks internationally. Jonathan is the host of the EMJ-Health podcast.
    .
    Social: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathansackier
    Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/EMJPodcast
    .
    https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/articles-by-author/jonathan-sackier
    .
    For Our World poem:
    http://thoughtmedicine.com/2010/09/for-our-world-a-poem-written-on-911-by-mattie-stepanek/
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    Part 1) How to Enter into Tiger Country

    The Root of Leadership is Culture, the Root of Culture is Self-Aware Leadership

    Why Great Leaders and Great Organizations Set and Hold Strong Boundaries

    Why We Must Put Our People First

    Why Some CEO's still Have Business Cards

    How to Develop Surgical Trust

    Where Real Innovation Comes From

    The Most Insightful "Innovation Question" of All Time!

    Mindfulness of Being in Tiger Country

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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
229 Ratings

229 Ratings

KMA Inc. ,

Empowering

Dov Baron is one of the greatest podcast interviewers.
I loved my episodes with him on my book Own The Arena, discussing my values and thoughts on Leadership and Loyalty.
Tune into his most innovative and thought provoking topics. He’s a genius.

LeeColan ,

Insightful and convicting

Dov Baron and his guests consistently provide keen and practical insights about life and leadership. Moreover, his perspectives and insights convict you to take action. It might not always feel comfortable, but it forces you to look at yourself and grow. This not only benefits the leader who is listening but also anyone who s/he is leading.

LivingFullOnt ,

Love This podcast

Love listening to Dov and this podcast. I believe he’s willing to venture off the normal path of measuring leadership and success by just numbers but is more about dialogue and relationships and showing real and frank.

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