87% of the global workforce is disengaged, or worse. Yet this is NOT another podcast telling you to quit your job and start a business. Rebase provides tips, tools and stories to guide you towards a profession with purpose.
What If It Was ILLEGAL to Follow Your Dreams? feat. Moby Hayat
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In the US, the classic picture of "The American Dream" is being able to come into the country and, through hard work & determination & resourcefulness, creating your own slice of success for yourself, your family, and your community.
But what if you came into this country, and for almost 10 years you were told that you can't pursue your ideas? Not only that, what if you were told that if you DID pursue your ideas that you would be forced to LEAVE the country?
In this episode, you're going to hear a conversation that I know is going to be really eye-opening for a lot of people. It's also a conversation that is really illustrative of all the different options that you may have in your career and in your life.
I'd consider Moby Hayat someone who has taught me a lot, somebody who's been a friend over many, many years, somebody who I've been able to look up to, and somebody who's really carved his own path in his career. And if you're familiar with the show, you know we talk a lot about unconventional paths to creating success & fulfillment, and this episode is certainly an example of that.
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Connecting With The Power Of Your Story feat. Luke Frazier
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This week on the podcast, you’ll get to hear a fun and wide-ranging conversation between me and someone who I honestly met completely by chance. He is the founder of marketing agency Parable Brand Stories Luke Frazier.
Luke and I met and hit it off almost immediately, and in hearing his story it started to become clear as to why.
Luke Frazier epitomizes a journey towards Profession With Purpose, as someone who has jumped around from industry to industry, checking out and trying/doing a number of different things, and then taking the lessons & realizations from his experiences and bringing them all together to recognize & take advantage of opportunities where others may only see obstacles.Our conversation touches a wide range of topics, including
* The overwhelming power of expressing your personal story and your company’s story to connect with your ideal peopleHow self-imposed pressure can lead you to achievements beyond what you ever thought possibleThe upsides AND the downsides of being humbleOwning your expertise and experiences at all levels of professional developmentI’m positive you’re going to enjoy and get a lot of great takeaways from this episode, and also be sure to connect with Luke Frazier & the Parable Brand Stories team and let him know you heard about him on the podcast!
Parable Brand Stories: https://parablestory.com
On Instagram: https://instagram.com/parablebrand
On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/parable-brand
The Secret To Meaningful Work feat. "Mr. Meaningful Work" Tim Olaore
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Leaning Into Leading feat. Nathan Ryan
How do you confidently sell your freelance graphic design services to an established business when you’re just a teenager?
What do you do when you’re 21 years old, and you find yourself repeatedly sitting across a conference room table from (now former) Disney CEO Bob Iger?
How is it possible to serve as CEO of a Management Consulting Firm (think “Professional Services SWAT Team“) AND serve on multiple city commissions AND co-found and organization dedicated to improving the quality of our political discourse?
If you’re Nathan Ryan, you use every opportunity presented to you as a chance to be curious, open minded, and an eternal student.
I'm extremely honored to share my conversation with my friend & fellow Austinite Nathan Ryan with you.
Nathan is the co-founder and the CEO of Blue Sky Partners, which is "an on-demand executive team for your business" that's focused on values, growth, culture, and scale from the ground up.
Nathan's also heavily involved in the local community here in Austin, having been a member and a commissioner on a number of city commissions.
He's also the Co-Founder of Good Politics, an organization which seeks to make the democratic process more approachable, human, and fun.
By now, I'm sure it's becoming quite evident to you that this is a man who is invested in helping his community and those around him, and I just know you're going to really enjoy listening in on our conversation.
Episode Links & Resources:
Blue Sky Partners Website https://blueskypartners.co/Nathan Ryan's Website: https://www.nthnryn.com/Full episode post at https://rebase.cc/56
Stop Focusing On What You DON'T Want
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In this episode, I wanted to cover an extremely common behavioral mistake that people make whenever they are trying to improve how they show up in the workplace, in their job and their career, and really everywhere in their life.
More information, resources and links can be found on the episode post at https://rebase.cc/55
How Unleashing Creativity Leads to Transformative Business Results feat. Natalie Nixon
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If this is the first time you're hearing about the Rebase Show, well Rebase is the show for #ProfessionWithPurpose.
And, well, the purpose of this show is to equip you with the tools, the tips, stories, and the wisdom that's going to help you create more success and more fulfillment in your career & in your life.
To be completely transparent, I'm super excited to be able to share this conversation with you that I had with Natalie Nixon PhD.
Natalie is an in-demand keynote speaker. She's the author of the award-winning book The Creativity Leap: Unleashed Curiosity, Improvisation, and Intuition at Work.
She is President and Creativity Strategist at Figure Eight Thinking, which is a creativity and foresight strategy firm that advises leaders on how to achieve transformative business results.
Natalie has such a diverse and varied background, including areas like anthropology, fashion, academia, strategic design, management consulting, and it's all tied around one common theme, which is creativity... and how creativity benefits us in the workplace as well as how it benefits companies.
Links & Resources
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I didn’t Realize Podcasts Could Get This GOOD!
With so many podcasts on the market today, it is so hard to break through the noise. I was recently turned on to Rebase by a friend of mine, and after tuning into a couple of episodes, it has made it’s way into my weekly routine! I literally leave 1 un-listened episode in my queue simply because I hate the thought of running out of Shaun content! Keep it up - HUGE fan!!
Thoughtful questions and always feels timely.
Love listening to Shaun and his guests’ takes on management, leadership, work, life and growth. Great conversation and engagement from Shaun to highlight and shine on his guests and their stories. The conversations are classic so they always feel timely, and the themes encourage my own current reflections within my professional roles.
Great conversations about leadership
So many good conversations about leadership in the work place. As someone starting out in a leadership position, it is good to hear how others have dealt with situations.