Michael and Kathryn discuss the current climate in our nation and world, and share how you can reflect on your leadership right now in order to make healthy business and leadership choices that value humans and equality. If you are struggling or feeling conflicted about your role as a leader amidst the current events of 2020, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn answer the age-old question: How do you grow as a leader? There are 4 critical areas that if left ignored will cause a gap in your leadership growth. If you're feeling stuck and find yourself wondering what the next steps in your personal leadership development should be, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn take the time to encourage you and remind you that you are not alone in the midst of this season of COVID-19. As leaders, the best thing you can do in the hard times is to think back to all the moments you thought you were going to fail, but didn’t. This will give you hope and perspective that while you may not see it yet, there IS a way forward.
Writing a book can be an amazing tool in communicating your message and value to the world, but if it doesn’t make a lot of money and has a low success rate, what is the value to your business? Michael and Kathryn talk about the power of book writing, the success of their own book launch, how they did it, plus the secret ingredient of it all: teamwork. It’s a unique episode you don’t want to miss!
Michael and Kathryn discuss the 3 types of challenges businesses are experiencing during COVID-19 and share tips for overcoming them. Whether your company is sharply growing or declining during this season, discover practical strategies for building resiliency right now and for the future.
Michael and Kathryn talk about their new book, Fulfilled. Learn the framework for building a business using the Passion & Provision strategy- one they've been developing and refining for 17+ years. If you want to move your company forward using a business model that helps you achieve profit, purpose, and legacy, then give this episode a listen (and grab a copy of the book, of course)!
Michael and Kathryn are back to share more tips for business leaders during this season of COVID-19. Many businesses are finding it challenging to operate right now, especially if they have to manage their teams remotely. If you are feeling stuck or frustrated, you aren't alone. Discover how to support your team and maintain your emotional health by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk about how a clear and compelling company vision builds resilience and sustains your passion. There are 4 parts of any good vision, so find out if yours is built to get you through the tough times. If you want your business to not only survive, but thrive, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn share their recommended communication strategy during times of crisis. If you have employees or clients that you are stewarding right now, knowing these 4 types of communication pathways will help you maneuver through the extreme challenges, as well as help you preserve the mental and emotional health of those in your care. If you need some encouragement today, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn get very real about the challenges business leaders are facing during this crisis and break down the 4 strategies that will help you navigate chaotic waters. If you are feeling lonely, confused, or fearful right now- take a breather, and get some clarity by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk about what it means to lead in times of crisis and share how they've been caring for their team during the COVID-19 pandemic. As business leaders, you will face many levels of challenges during this season, so if you need some encouragement today, give this episode a listen.
In this episode, Michael and Kathryn celebrate their 100th episode by asking each other 10 important (and hilarious) questions. Things get pretty silly. Join us for some highly contagious laughter in this exuberant 100th podcast episode!
In this episode, do Michael and Kathryn start off talking about how they recorded an audio book but soon find themselves telling childhood stories about lawn-mowing instead? Yes. Does it all relate back to the most common problems small business owners face when running their companies? You bet it does! Treat yourself to a healthy dose of inspiration by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk about what you can do when your rapid-fire thinking starts to overwhelm you. If you feel like your thoughts and ideas sometimes fire at a machine-gun-like pace, and you want tips on how to slow down, achieve clarity, and figure out your next action steps, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn share tips for better time management. If you find yourself struggling to get everything done in a day or during your week and want some practical tips to help you improve efficiency and build resilience, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn break down what happens when you get distracted as you run your company. Get tips, tricks, and resources to help you stay focused, build your skills, and work on your own personal leadership development. If you find yourself stuck and want to get back on track, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn discuss the elusive art of staying focused. For business leaders especially, succumbing to the 'tyranny of the urgent' can become a daily battle. Discover how to go on the offensive so you can get back to being focused and prioritizing the growth of your company.
Michael and Kathryn interview the founder of Crucible Leadership, Warwick Fairfax. Warwick shares his personal journey of finding new purpose after being at the epicenter of one of the most spectacular business failures in the history of his home nation of Australia. If your business and vision are starting to feel stale and you'd like some encouragement from leaders who have been there, then this episode is for you!
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.