Michael and Kathryn talk about the power of celebration and how reflecting on the the big and small moments in life and work can generate resilience. If you want to stop having tunnel vision and start becoming mindful of moments in your company worth celebrating, then this episode is for you.
Michael and Kathryn interview Pablo Gonzalez, a graduate member of the HaBO Village Passion and Provision Course. Pablo shares how he went from an unfulfilling career, to striking out on his own, all the way to discovering and developing his company's core purpose and values. If your business is struggling or you've lost joy in running your company and need some encouragement, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn share humorous personal stories about cell phone and other workplace etiquette. If you've ever witnessed uncouth cell phone behavior in a public or work space, you will enjoy giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn share their experience with weathering unexpected challenges in business and how they learned to treat them as opportunities for growth. If you are going through a difficult time in your leadership or company and need some encouragement, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the importance of gratitude when it comes to your mental and physical health, and your company. Discover the exponential return on investment when you practice thankfulness in your life and business by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the best ways to deal with your fear of business competition. Competition can be a healthy motivator if you have the right mindset. If this is an area where you could use some encouragement, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn debrief what they learned at a recent management workshop hosted by famous author and speaker, Patrick Lencioni. If you are a business owner, manager, or lead a team, discover the 3 critical things that will keep your employees engaged, happy, and productive.
Michael and Kathryn interview President and CEO of Pinnacle Forum, Guy Rodgers, about what it looks like for business leaders to persevere and grow in their leadership. If you are looking for some encouragement on how to lead and grow your company with integrity, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn interview business owners, Rick and Linda Sbrocca, about developing healthy company cultures. Rick and Linda specialize in business development with an emphasis in passion, proficiency, and profitability. Discover how they are busting through the myth that says you have to master work/life balance in order to be successful.
Michael and Kathryn talk about the concept of vulnerability and why it's actually a gift for business leaders. If you need some encouragement when it comes to opening up to others and want to understand how being vulnerable will help you, your company, and your team, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn open up about the passing of their friend and mentor, and talk about the impact of his legacy. If you are wondering how your work will leave an encouraging legacy for the next generation, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss why it's so hard for business leaders to self-promote. If you've shied away from marketing your product or service because it's too difficult, confusing, or painful- or just don't want to sound too braggy, then this podcast episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn recover from a spilled cup of hot coffee and share thoughts and tips on how to keep a healthy mindset in life and at work. If you feel stuck or like your emotions have been getting the better of you lately, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn dig into an important topic: Community. All business leaders need a like-minded community if they want to grow... a safe space where they can share struggles and acquire new ideas for solutions. If you're starting to feel lonely on your journey as a leader, then this episode is for you.
Michael and Kathryn discuss how easy it is for business leaders to get in their own way. Real transformative change begins with the company leader... So if you think you have some 'limiting beliefs' that are holding you back, try these 3 steps for overcoming them.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the right way to find and hire a good consultant. Finding a consultant who can help your company (and who you actually like) can sometimes seem like an impossible feat... but it doesn't have to be. If this is an area where you've struggled, or you are new to working with consultants, then check out the tips covered in this podcast episode.
Michael and Kathryn share their process for taking something from the idea stage to the implementation stage. If you need some encouragement or tips on what baby steps to take to start tackling a big goal, then this podcast episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn debunk the common myth that 'Hope' is not a legitimate strategy and discuss how you can leverage the power of hope to inspire your customers. If the word 'hope' sounds like a wishy-washy term to you, and you've shied away from using it your business marketing, then this episode is for you!
In this episode, Michael and Kathryn focus on the culture of an organization and the Net Promoter Score System you can use to help your company become a Passion and Provision® company.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the system from Robert F. Mager's book, Analyzing Performance Problems. There are 7 steps that will help you solve any problem you might face in your company. If you need to figure out why people aren't doing what they should be and what you can do about it, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn describe how to take steps toward your big ideas and goals instead of just talking about them. If you think you're the kind of business leader that has a tendency to be a talker instead of a doer, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn cover 4 keys to high performance by Chick-fil-A®'s Mark Miller. If you want 4 simple ways to improve performance and tips for better leadership in your company, then this podcast episode is for you.
In part 2 of this very special interview, Michael and Kathryn chat with Ryan Deiss, founder and CEO of Digital Marketer, about his experience with company culture, leadership development, and business growth. You'll also get to learn some quirky and fun facts about Ryan (like his favorite and least favorite sound).
Michael and Kathryn chat with Ryan Deiss, founder and CEO of Digital Marketer. Discover how Ryan maintains a healthy balance of work, life, family, and entrepreneurship, all while growing a profitable business and maintaining a positive company culture.
In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the difference between Coaching and Mentoring and why these terms are often confused with one another. If you run a company, supervise employees, or lead a team, take a listen to this episode to discover when you should intentionally 'coach', instead of 'mentor'.