The Collective Cast follows the mission of The Collective and its agents to Fight, Adapt, and Grow. Each episode talks about real-life perspectives, tools, and tips for self-growth from people actually going through that journey.
CC#8 - Finding Myself
I take an indefinite hiatus from discussing The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. I discuss things I've been re-discovering about myself over the past week.Who are you? What makes you feel alive? What things did you love in childhood or connected...
CC#7 - 7 Habits-Transitions
Hi Everyone,This week we start the transition between the habits of private victory to the habits of public victory.What is an emotional bank account? What can you do to make regular and meaningful deposits in the accounts for your...
CC#6 - Hitting Walls
Welcome to this "real life" edition of The Collective Cast. I take a break from discussing The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to talk about some tough real-life issues.How do you deal with unmet personal expectations? How does a change in energy...
CC#5 - 7 Habits-Quadrant II
This episode continues the journey with The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Habit three is to put first things first.What does putting first things first mean within the context of a principle-centered life? Why do most people miss the most...
CC#4 - 7 Habits-Future Visioning
Hello Agents!Special thanks to the Misfit Heroes Podcast (https://misfit-heroes.com) for some feedback on the overall show quality!On this episode, struggles with being pro-active/keeping commitments. Chris discusses the second habit, Begin with the...
CC#3 - 7 Habits-I'm In Control?
In this episode of The Collective Cast we continue our discussion of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. This episode focuses on the first habit, Be Proactive.What does it mean to be proactive? Who is to blame for my...
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Keep your head up
Listened to episode cc2. Seem like a good guy. A lot of personal reflection, and applying the content to your life. Audio quality is good. I would listen again. Good job!