Episodes

Jan. 16, 2023

How Well Do You Network? 4 Reasons To Build Your Professional Network…

Ever heard the saying, “Your network is your net worth?” Mastering professional networking is one of the most important skills you can hone to reach your career goals. What will you gain by building your network? 1️⃣ You’ll s...

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Jan. 1, 2023

The Pain of Discipline or the Pain of Regret

The pain of discipline is a short-term discomfort that can lead to long-term rewards. To reach the goals we have set for ourselves, it is often necessary to commit to hard work and self-discipline. This can be challenging, es...

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Dec. 11, 2022

Boost Your Personal Productivity with Expert Peter Akkies

Ever heard the term “work smarter, not harder?” In this episode, we tackle that concept through a discussion with productivity expert and YouTube personality, Peter Akkies. Peter has developed a following teaching people to l...

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Nov. 27, 2022

The Power of a Mindset Shift From “I Have To” to “I Get To”

How we approach our work and life can significantly impact our productivity and overall happiness. There are so many tasks to get done. It can seem like we have to do them all, and do them all now! If your …

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Nov. 14, 2022

Business Insights and Strategies From the World of Journalism – A Con…

In this episode, John Lee of TAPinto Nutley shares industry and journalism secrets that we can apply to boost our own business and even our own personal brands.

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Oct. 30, 2022

The Talent Dilemma Part 2 - Leader or Individual Contributor

In this episode, we get candid about things going on in our lives and how it’s impacted our own talent dilemma and need for reprioritization. This conversation concerns the Talent Dilemma from the leader or individual contributor aspect.

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Sept. 26, 2022

The Talent Dilemma

The talent dilemma is an issue in the 21st century. We are in a time where everyone needs to become flexible and adaptive to new challenges. It’s tough hiring the right people right now. If you manage staff, you’re probably …

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Sept. 12, 2022

Exercise Empathy

Did you know there is a correlation between empathy and performance? A study published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior found that people with high levels of empathy were more likely to be engaged at work. Empathy is...

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Aug. 22, 2022

Silver Linings and the Power of the Present

You often hear the phrase 'look for the silver lining' in life, but what does it mean? Have you ever seen a dark cloud with bright edges around it? This is known as a 'Silver Lining.' In this episode, Cristina …

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July 31, 2022

5 Steps to Crush Conflict

Conflict is a natural and inescapable part of living. When embraced, positive conflict can even be a catalyst for change. But when conflict isn't managed correctly, it can create a competitive, damaging, and unhealthy environ...

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July 18, 2022

The Tools You Need to Get and Stay Organized

Getting organized and keeping organized can be daunting. We all have many things to do, from different areas of our life, like work, home, hobbies, children, etc. Each one of these areas can be further segmented. So, how can ...

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July 4, 2022

An Update for Our Listeners

Join us this week for a quick update on the podcast schedule for the remainder of the summer. We’ll be moving to a bi-weekly schedule to ensure each week is full of unique value for you, our listeners. We’ve got …

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June 28, 2022

Time Flies By So Fast. A Mid-Year Planning Chat

Are you as shocked as we are that we are mid-way through the year? Time flies by so fast. Things change so quickly! Just think about the changes that have happened since New Year’s Day. We can't let the year …

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June 20, 2022

Dad Knows Best- Lessons From Our Fathers in Honor of Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day! In this episode, we reminisce about the fatherly wisdom that has impacted and shaped our lives. Join us for a trip down memory lane. We share our favorite family memories and lessons learned from the men w...

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June 13, 2022

Creative Thoughts on Creative Problem Solving - Part 3- Implementation

In this part three of our creative problem-solving series, we tackle the potentially tricky task of implementing the solutions we so creatively crafted. Not taking action on a solution is a missed opportunity and a waste of t...

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June 6, 2022

Creative Thoughts on Creative Problem Solving – Part 2- Ideation

A riddle, a dad joke, and solid content. That’s what you get in this thought-provoking episode. Creative problem solving is one of the most valuable skills you can bring to any aspect of your life. Being able to think creativ...

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May 30, 2022

Creative Thoughts on Creative Problem Solving

Creative problem solving is one of the most valuable skills you can bring to any aspect of your life. Being able to think creatively will help you solve problems in a way that no one else has before. It has …

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May 23, 2022

The Journey to Finding Your Best Marketing Channels

With so many marketing channels to choose from, it can feel overwhelming when deciding which is best for your business. We struggle, like most do, to figure out what channels would work best to grow our podcast and how to …

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May 15, 2022

4 Keys to Fail Safe Decision Making

Decision-making can be a complex process, but it doesn't have to be scary or confusing. How do you make decisions? Do you have a process or do you shoot from the hip? If you’ve ever made a decision just to …

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May 9, 2022

What’s Your Legacy?

People often take time to look back on their lives and think about what they have accomplished. But have you ever wondered what others feel and remember about you? The legacy you leave behind are the stories, and feelings, th...

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May 1, 2022

Listen to This Episode and You’ll Be a Genius! Wait, That’s Not Neces…

Understanding the difference between cause and effect is important when evaluating arguments because it can make all the difference in the quality of the decisions you make. A fallacy is an argument that's based on false or i...

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April 25, 2022

Why They DO Make Them Like They Used to - Survivorship Bias

“They don’t make them like they used to” is used so often that you probably had no idea that it is an excellent example of “Survivorship Bias.” Survivorship bias is the tendency for what we see to be influenced by …

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April 18, 2022

To Go Back to the Office or Not Go Back to the Office. Ask Yourself T…

Companies are beginning to rethink their position on virtual work. Our episode today is about deciding when to return to the office. It can be tough to know what is best for you, your company, and your employees. The question...

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April 11, 2022

Why You Should Compliment Someone Today

We all want to feel appreciated. It's one of the most powerful motivating forces behind human behavior. And it is a key factor in personal and team productivity. How do compliments affect our productivity? It's simple: when w...

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