The Change Element Podcast...igniting you to transform humanity. This is the intersection of leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries where we discuss big ideas and small steps!
Getting Clear: An Interview w/ Adrian Koehler Pt. 2
In this 15th episode we conclude our interview with Adrian Koehler, executive coach and co-founder of Novus.Global Coaching. Tim Bartlett continues his conversation with Adrian about the importance of seeking out mentorship, owning up to the choices you make and the reality you create. We also discuss the major obstacles people face in achieving success. With tremendous insight and straight forward truth, Adrian helps us regain perspective, and get clear on what it is we actually want to achieve. This interview will benefit any leader, entrepreneur and visionary looking to go to the next level! Enjoy Element #15 titled, “Getting Clear.”Main Points:Learn whose input you should trust. Don’t give the negative voices attention.Mentors need to be pursued, choose to go after those people that you’ll benefit fromGetting Clear on your hopes, goals, objectives is a choice, and so is not getting clearOwn your realityAction Steps:Who should you be pursuing in order to learn, grow and succeed? Contact that person this week.Have you justified that bad results or lack of progress in your life or business? Take some time to make an honest assessment of the reality you’ve accepted. How has it differed from your original vision?Find a coach. Focus on getting clear about what it is you actually want to do, and what you actually are willing to do, and how you will do it. Find a Coach or mentor to help you process this.Resources:http://Novus.Globalconnect with Adrian on LinkedInThe Three Laws of Performance by Steve Zaffron and Dave LoganStartup School Podcast - Seth GodinLeadership and Self Deception, by The Arbinger Institute Fierce Leadership by Susan ScottZero To One by Peter ThielThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
The Entrepreneur's Dilemma, an Interview with Adrian Koehler Part 1
In this episode, Element14, we interview Adrian Koehler, executive coach and co-founder of Novus Global Coaching. Adrian shares with us the path he’s taken in life and how he’s been able to successfully build up a successful executive coaching business.In this first, of a two-part interview we gain tremendous insight into the “entrepreneur’s dilemma” of going at it alone, with all the benefits and limitations that come with it. It can be lonely as an entrepreneur but, there is a difference between loneliness and isolation.Main Points:Surround yourself with the right people?Working with others has an exponential effect on your ability to impact. 1 + 1 = 3Risk is a matter of perspectiveAction Steps:Find a mentor or someone who lives a life you want to live and connect with themList at least three advantages to having a trusted partner.What guides your decision making? How do you get clear on what you need to do?Resources:http://Novus.Globalconnect with Adrian on LinkedInHomeboy IndustriesMosaic.orgThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
Defining Success with Non-Profit Leader David Kietzman
In this episode, Tim Bartlett interviews David Kietzman, a non-profit leader and entrepreneur in Los Angeles. David is the co-founder of Youth Speak! Collective, a successful non-profit organization, along with other social entrepreneurial ventures including a communications firm called Momentum Solutions.In this show David talks about his journey from working with a few kids in Pacoima turned into a growing and impactful nonprofit. He shares some great insight that will help anyone who is looking to launch or grow their idea!Main Points:How you define success should directly connect to the original missionPartnership is crucial for anyone that wants to get their idea off the groundCollaboration is a great way to instill a sense of leadership in others.Action Steps:Find a partner who shares your passion or vision. Someone you trust and talk about your ideas.Leverage the resources that are available. There are many resources for launching your own business or organization. Go online and search them out!Find someone in the field you are interested in, and reach out. Start building your networkResources:Connect with David on LinkedInConnect with David on FacebookMomentum Solutions Center for NonProfit ManagementExecutive Service CorpsYoung Nonprofit Professionals NetworkThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
Listen, Learn, Lead
In this episode of The Change Element Podcast Show, we discuss the principal of leadership that many people miss. To have a desire to truly lead, one must desire to listen and learn. Check out this great conversation led by business coach and consultant, Tim Bartlett in Element #12.Main Points- Your team has the solutions, you just need to listen- If you're not listening don't be surprised if your team stops talking- You need to act on what you're hearing to build trustWrap Up: - If you want your team to feel engaged, and empowered to speak up, you must show a desire to listen- You have to put effort into hearing from your team, it won't always come naturally- When your team trusts that you want to hear from them, they will provide valuable insight and solutions, and they'll carry out the decisions made with more commitment.Resources:Book: The Listening Leader: Powerful New Strategies for Becoming an Influential Communicator Richard M. Harris January 1, 2006The Art of Listening Erich Fromm February 26, 2013 Open Road MediaThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
Refresh Your Failed New Year's Resolutions
Main Points: - We all fail at resolutions because their too grand and not specific- Goals are more specific - they're defined and require action- We don't have to wait another year, we can start over now- Focus on smaller achievable goals, maybe a 3 month or 1 month goal- Mention free course "create momentum"Next Steps 1. You can "restart" your goals at anytime, so do it today2. Get clear and specific about your goals3. Set a shorter timeframe and smaller goalsThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
It's A Routine
3-pointsRoutines are made up of various habits and habits are made up of C.A.R. (Cue, Action, Reward)There’s a difference between Passive vs. Active routinesThe right Keystone Habit will set you up for successStuck in a rut?: https://thechangeelement.com/podcast-how-to-get-yourself-out-of-a-rut/How to create healthy habits: https://thechangeelement.com/how-to-create-healthy-lifestyle-habits-in-the-new-year/Best Productivity Apps to Get Things Done: https://thechangeelement.com/best-productivity-apps-to-get-things-done/The Power of A Good Morning: https://thechangeelement.com/how-to-have-your-best-day-every-day/A Great Morning Starts the Night Before: https://thechangeelement.com/great-morning-starts-night/Resources:App: Duo Lingo - a fun and free way to learn SpanishApp: Habit Clock - reminders to help you develop new habitsApp: Goal Tracker - build progress and momentumBook: The Power of Habit (affiliate link) App: Productivity - Simply, attractive app to develop habitsThe Change Element was founded by Steven Ma, Cory Damon and Tim Bartlett. This show is focused on helping entrepreneurs, leaders, and visionaries take big ideas and get out to the world.
Great series! I've been in a leadership position for most of my career and have my own business and I found that the insight and information was extremely valuable for building leadership skills and developing teams of leaders. Establishing goals and putting together a roadmap to achieve your goals was another great aspect of this series. Whether your a tenured leader or just starting out you can benefit from this series and its information that can be used to develop a strong team in your organization to achieve maximum results and productivity.
Great Stuff with some Humor
Great ideas that can be applied to not only everyday living but day to day at your job. Thanks for opening my mind to something creative.
fun and insightful
This show is the perfect listen for my commute. They’ve got really good business insight, but talk about it in a really fun and engaging way.