If you find yourself pressed for time, and struggling to be more of a doer v. a dreamer, this podcast is tailor made for you. Join Caesar Kavadoy, a genetically modified short sleeper who spends most of his 22 waking hours per day researching what it takes to go from goal setter to goal getter in life and in business.
Along with co-host Robyn Post they talk to busy professionals from C-Suite executives to college drop-outs about what it takes to achieve what matters most, for the people who matter most. New Episodes drop on the first and second Mondays every month.
Activity v Productivity: Adopting a Clutter-free Mindset
Not all activity is productive. According to a recent Inc. Magazine article, the average person wastes 21.8 hours each week, including 3.9 hours on “mental health breaks”, 1.8 hours putting out preventable fires, 35 minutes deciding what to eat, 16 minutes deciding what to wear, and 7 minutes thinking about exercising. This is in spite of all of the smart devices, IoT, planners, journals, and every new thing introduced to help us become more “productive”.
In this episode, Caesar and Robyn discuss how adopting best-in-class frameworks can help you to gain clarity on the known successful action that will help you to start adopting a clutter-free mindset. Tune in to hear how focusing on the areas that have the greatest impact to achieving your goal, is fundamental in setting the stage to improving your daily productivity.
Mindset 2 Milestones: Meet Your Co-Host
Welcome to our podcast! Join us this week as we discuss the motive behind the podcast.
Join Robyn Post and co-host Caesar Kavadoy as he walks through the Momentum Model™ and the five pillars that serve as the framework for adopting, applying and gaining accountability to achieve what matters most, for the people that matter most.
EQ v. IQ: The Impact of EQ on YOUR Relationships
When it comes to negotiating, winning favor, making friends or influencing others, numerous studies along with a growing number of psychologist are moving away from IQ tests and focusing on EQ scores as a better predictor of success in life.
So what is EQ? EQ (which stands for emotional quotient) measures your ability to recognize emotions and responses in yourself and others; whereas IQ measures your ability to learn, understand and apply information. As previously stated, according to numerous studies and white papers, a high EQ person has a greater probability of being successful in life and in their career, while a high IQ person is more likely to be successful in school.
In this week's episode, Host Robyn Post discusses with Caesar Kavadoy and their guest, Kevin Huff the impact that EQ has when it comes to building personal and professional relationships. If you are looking for some insight and practical wisdom on how to improve your EQ score or how to make the most of your high EQ, tune in as these two long-time business partners discuss how they've leveraged high EQ people to help build some of the largest brands in America today.