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March 24, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Edge of the Web Podcast - Lessons from the Ice Bucket Challenge – Show 102

The Ice Bucket Challenge was a HUGE social media viral moment and led to millions of dollars of donations for ALS. Are there actual lessons that we can learn here for our own social media campaigns??

March 23, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Increase Your Impact Podcast

This episode Justin Sua discusses the power of focusing on what you can control.

March 20, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

The Influential Business Partner - Developing a mindset for dealing with change

This episode's guest is Cyriel Kortleven, who is on a mission in life to boost the creative & entrepreneurial mindset. With almost 20 years of hands-on experience in the domain of creativity and innovation, he has already inspired organizations in 26 different countries on 5 continents. In this episode we cover, the 3 pillars of the change mindset, how managers can help those who don’t want to change, and how to get better at change.

March 19, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Executive Leadership Podcast #8: On the bus and in the right seat

One of the biggest obstacles as Level 3 leaders is having a team member in the wrong seat on your bus. Maybe you have them in the wrong position, and at the end of the day, they’re exuding more energy than they need to and not accomplishing what you need them to. It’s up to us as leaders to take the time to understand each and every person on their team and create energy, rather than frustration. In the next episode of our John C Maxwell Executive Leadership Podcast, Chris Goede and Perry Holley will explore challenges that you might face at Level 3 and offer tips for creating a productive team that will move the ball forward for your organization.

March 18, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Mindful Communication Podcast - Mistakes We All Make

Robert Danisch is the chair and an associate professor of the Communication Arts department at the University of Waterloo. He teaches courses in communication Ethics, Speech Writing, Persuasion, Small Group Communication, and Public Communication. He's the host of the podcast "Now We're Talking" and author of the book What Effect Have I Had? 100 Communication Practices to be a Better Partner, Teammate, Writer, Speaker, and Leader. We cover a variety of topics including defining what communication is, common communication mistakes people make, the transferability of communication skills, and how the virtual world is impacting our ability to communicate with one another.

March 17, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Smart People Podcast - Richard Wiseman and the Science of Luck

Richard Wiseman bring us a groundbreaking new scientific study of the phenomenon of luck and the ways we can bring good luck into our lives. What is luck? A psychic gift or a question of intelligence? And what is it that lucky people have that unlucky people lack? Psychologist Dr. Richard Wiseman put luck under a scientific microscope for the very first time in his book, The Luck Factor: Changing your Luck, Changing your Life, The Four Essential Principals , examining the different ways in which lucky and unlucky people think and behave. After three years of intensive interviews and experiments with over 400 volunteers, Wiseman arrived at an astonishing conclusion: Luck is something that can be learned. Found on Youtube here.

March 16, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Cowbell Kingdom Podcast w/ Graham Betchart: Fear and failure are illusions

If you know how to fail, there’s nothing that can stop you. Those are strong words from Skal Labissiere’s Mental Skills Coach, Graham Betchart, who joins the CK Podcast to discuss the comments that were made by BR’s Matt King, and the reason why Labissiere will become an All-Star in the NBA.

March 13, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

HAPPIER with Gretchen Rubin - Coping during COVID-19

In this time of COVID-19, we’re all feeling overwhelmed with anxiety and uncertainty. To stay calmer and happier, Gretchen Rubin discusses why you might keep some kind of journal during this period, and why you might create a three-tiered plan for projects – or, alternatively, write a “19 for COVID-19” list. Gretchen also explores two happiness stumbling blocks: uncertainty and exercise. Let’s keep our hands clean and our minds clear.

March 12, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Ten Percent Happier - Dr. Kristin Neff

Life can be challenging. Its comforting to have kind, supportive people around you to help you through it. Dr. Kristin Neff believes its equally important to cultivate a kind, supportive inner voice. In this podcast, Dr. Kristin Neff discusses mindful meditation and self-compassion with Dan Harris.

March 11, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Everyday MBA - Roger Firestien

Dr. Roger Firestien discusses his book "Create In A Flash" and ways to boost creative problem solving and innovation. Roger is the Senior Faculty Member at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at the State University of New York- Buffalo State. The Center confers the only Master of Science Degree in Creativity Studies of its kind in the world. In addition, Roger has worked a number of brands that we know, like Disney, AT&T, Clorox, and many more. Listen for three action items you can use today.

March 10, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

The Tim Ferris Podcast - Greg McKeown

This episode of The Tim Ferriss Show showcases two chapters from Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown (@GregoryMcKeown). The first chapter explains how to say “no” gracefully (and why most of us have trouble doing this in the first place), and the second one gives us ways to cut our losses and uncommit in the aftermath of a premature “yes.” This should help you shorten your to-do list and lengthen your not-to-do list.

March 9, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Lewis Howes' School of Greatness - Simon Sinek

In this podcast, Simon Sinek sits down with Lewis Howes to discuss purpose, passion, confidence and all sorts of other pertinent topics in the world of sport, business, and performance. Which resonated most with you?

March 6, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Think Out Loud - Mental Health Resources for College Athletes

In this podcast, NCAA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brian Hainline, MD discusses the realities of mental health concerns among today's student-athlete. Later, a student-athlete at Oregon State University, as well as Coordinator of Sport Psychology Services, Dr. Fernando Frias, PsyD, engage in an eye-opening discussion of why student-athletes face struggles and some creative and cost-effective ways to address them. A lot of good stuff in here that further emphasizes the need for a variety of services that meet or address needs all along the continuum. #damworthit_campaign

March 5, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Rich Roll Podcast - Episode 413 - w/ guest David Goggins

In this audio, Rich Roll interviews the "hardest man alive" David Goggins on his story, his motivations, and his mindset. If you don't know, follow, or familiar with Goggins, you should start. He speaks his message passionately, does not hold back, and will no doubt help your own motivation increase, maybe not to his level, but to yours. Enjoy!

March 4, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

Derek Sivers - Keep Your Goals to Yourself

In this audio, Derek Sivers shares prior research demonstrating that announcing your goals to others actually DECREASES how long you work towards your goals. These findings stand in contrast to a plethora of research that says vocalizing your goals does help. So, what's up? Well, maybe it's not a matter of sharing or not sharing. Instead, the important part is deciding WHO you share it with as shown in this research from The Ohio State University professor Howard Klein. Check out a summary of his research here. What do you think? To share? Or not to share?

March 3, 2020 - Podcast of the Day

The One Thing Podcast - Episode 1

This podcast was based off of the book called The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, by Gary Keller and Jay Papsan. The book, as well as the podcast, reiterates the importance of focusing on the simple and starting small, often as simple and small as one. In the spirit of the goal "One" thing, I decided to offer up Episode One as the starting point. For more information on The One Thing, check out the website here or click on the title to listen.