Without the power of leadership, all other business elements lie dormant. Leadership is essential to govern the stability not only of the business structure but also its people's reliability to the company. Have you ever tried spotting the difference between a boss and a true leader? A boss micromanages and puts too much pressure on people while good leaders provide guidance. Managers should provide meaningful guidance, patience and advice to their employees. If you are a good leader, you should be a source of new learnings...not fear. You must have the initiative to help your people perform their tasks more efficiently and effectively. Competitive leaders can help maximize productivity and achieve their goals. In this episode, Tim Spiker, the founder of The Aperio and the Who* Not What Principle, shares his leadership tips and how to work it out.
Mental Health, Personal Development and Not Burning Out
Running a company requires more than just business acumen. The attitude for success and ability to create positive business relations are also a must. Learn how you can become a better communicator, business owner, team leader, and innovator all for the purpose of attaining success.
A bit emotional here. I'm at the Little Rock National Historic Site, which is probably one of the biggest changes in history.
For some, having an omnipresent digital version of ourselves has been easy. Thanks to the pervasiveness of advance technology and wireless Internet, there is barely any question that goes unanswered and no demand for knowledge clarification is not affirmed. Because of the privilege of accessibility, we all feel that we are the go-to-person and we act as though we have been everywhere and that we have experienced everything. We forget that it is possible to recognize individual differences when it comes to learning ability. We must admit that many of us feel like we are left out or that we are having difficult times to catch up because we put limits on our potential. But there are ways to improve ourselves and learn new things. In this episode, Joshua Lewis shares with us how we can change up our personal choices to improve learning.
Have you ever experienced attending a conference but you were on your mobile phone the whole time and was never connected with the speaker? Or maybe you experienced something similar like the person next to you was opening up about how his/her day went but you weren't listening and have missed most of the important points of the entire conversation. In this episode, Oscar Trimboli shares the methods and techniques we can apply to be a better listener. We will also discuss how listening can be a crucial part of being successful.
'I had this wonderful engineer and she was brilliant. So we promoted her and she failed miserably. We promoted her, and she had a team of people around her. She had no clue how to lead a team. She frustrated the team. She was frustrated. She ended up leaving. So we lost a great engineer, and not to mention we still have a need for this leader in this area.'
Sounds familiar? If it does, read more or listen to the podcast. In this episode, my special guest is Dr Larry Little. He is somebody who's been a part of my life and has influenced millions of people through his book Make a Difference, which is all about doing just that—making a difference.
In this episode, Stewart Fleming from Logan tells us what he does and what he thinks about recession. We also talk about Logan, the group Innovate Logan, the advantages of keeping things local, sharing resources and the mindset that we don't need to own everything anymore, innovating, the overall health of the economy, going from a materialism environment to a postmaterialism environment, having zero waste schools, his vision for Logan to not be just a drive-thru but the destination, and so much more!