16 episodes

Every winning team starts with practice. Athletes and musicians. Doctors and artists. Chefs and comedians. But practice is absent from the business world. We’re learning the secrets of world-class “practicers” and applying them to life in the office—so that our teams can grow, win, and do better work. Practice First is produced by Lessonly, the leading team training software.

Practice First Lessonly

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 29 Ratings

Every winning team starts with practice. Athletes and musicians. Doctors and artists. Chefs and comedians. But practice is absent from the business world. We’re learning the secrets of world-class “practicers” and applying them to life in the office—so that our teams can grow, win, and do better work. Practice First is produced by Lessonly, the leading team training software.

    BONUS: Practicing Antiracism

    BONUS: Practicing Antiracism

    Confronting and dismantling racism is messy, but essential. And it all starts with practice. Ben and Conner interview Dr. Janice Gassam on this vital bonus episode of Practice First.

    • 31 min
    Finale: Lessons from Season 1

    Finale: Lessons from Season 1

    This finale episode highlights the best-of-the-best advice we've gleaned from a whole season's worth of conversations about practice.

    • 34 min
    Aviate, navigate, communicate (ft. Alex Okland)

    Aviate, navigate, communicate (ft. Alex Okland)

    In this episode, commercial airline instructor pilot, Alex Okland, walks us through how to practice something as high-stakes as flying, to leading a team both down on the ground and up in the clouds. This is an awesome one, folks!

    • 30 min
    Practice lets artistry take over (ft. Jessy Dick)

    Practice lets artistry take over (ft. Jessy Dick)

    In this episode, Jessy Dick from The Washington Ballet company shares why practice fuels freedom not just in ballet, but in any job. So, what are you waiting for? Explore the episode and hit "plié" to start listening.

    • 23 min
    Sit in the audience of yourself (ft. Ricky Kalmon)

    Sit in the audience of yourself (ft. Ricky Kalmon)

    Hypnotist | “Practice lets you sit in the audience of yourself and see your patterns and habits.”

    • 15 min
    Practice better by failing often (ft. Joel Goldberg)

    Practice better by failing often (ft. Joel Goldberg)

    Sports Announcer + Speaker | “It doesn’t matter how many swings you take: Discipline, routine, and habits are what matter.”

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

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Awesome listen.

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So excited for this podcast! I love learning from successful people in all different industries and this one looks like it will deliver tons of valuable and actionable content.

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