Peripheral Thinking & Opening Your Mind with Paul Daniels

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jul 26, 2022 - 10:29am
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“If you open your mind, there are lessons everywhere.” – Paul Daniels

I had a diverting conversation with Paul Daniels, keynote speaker, board advisor, and the Chief Revenue Officer at Intelligent Contacts. 

Paul is one of many dyslexics who have chosen to use his unique perspective as a benefit instead of a hindrance throughout his life.

We discuss: 

  • How dyslexia impacts thought processes
  • Defining peripheral thinking
  • Cultivating an open mind
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Discovering the Power of Micro-Breaks with Stacy Fritz

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jul 19, 2022 - 9:30am
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“We all have moments during the course of the day that we can address that very important topic of personal health.” – Stacy Fritz

I had the privilege of speaking with Stacy Fritz, President and Founder of Fit2Order, a woman-owned corporate wellness company based in Towson, MD, that specializes in offering at-work wellness solutions for the sedentary workforce.

Stacy is passionate about incorporating personal wellness into daily life and evaluating ways to increase activity through micro-breaks. We discuss:

  • Managing your time to focus on your health
  • Infusing micro-breaks into your daily routine
  • Shifting your mindset to address personal health

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Navigating the Juggling Act of Life & Being a Life-long Learner with Jen Mott

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jul 12, 2022 - 9:00am
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“It’s never too late to learn.” – Jen Mott, Ed.D.

Have you ever had a conversation with a circus performer? I have! I spoke with Jen Mott, teacher and professional juggler, among other talents.

Jen is a diligent life-long learner and champion for channeling the inner child. We discuss:

  • Embracing the student mindset in life and business
  • The power of adding “yet” to sentences
  • Benefits of the student/learner mindset
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Adopting the Fighter Pilot Mindset and Leveraging Humanity in Leadership with Kim Campbell

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jul 5, 2022 - 9:30am
Adopting the Fighter Pilot Mindset and Leveraging Humanity in Leadership with Kim Campbell

“It’s not the fear that matters; it’s what you do when you are scared that matters.” – Kim Campbell

I had the honor of speaking with Kim Campbell, a retired Air Force Colonel who served in the Air Force for 24 years as a fighter pilot and senior military leader. Kim knows what it takes to have courage and the practical applications for utilizing all she’s learned.

We discuss:

  • The importance of wingman culture
  • Tracking down the root cause of a problem
  • Having the courage to show the human side of leadership
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Making Radical Shifts in the Beauty Industry with Jennifer Norman

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2022 - 9:15am
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“Every company is in the wellness business, whether they know it or not.” — Jennifer Norman

I got the opportunity to chat with Jennifer Norman, Founder of the Human Beauty Movement and long-time member of the beauty scene—from L'Oreal to Stila Cosmetics. Jennifer is passionate about revolutionizing beauty for the betterment of the planet and humanity.

Beauty, Humanity, and B-Corps with Jennifer Norman

In this post, we’ll discuss:

  • The true meaning of beauty
  • The impact of B-Corps
  • Cultivating beauty
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Building Connections and Leveraging the Power of Community with Gina Bianchini

By: | Posted in: Blog | Tuesday, Jun 21, 2022 - 9:00am
Building Connections and Leveraging the Power of Community with Gina Bianchini

To me, community is about connections between people, and relationships between members of that community.” — Gina Bianchini

I had the lovely opportunity to sit down with Gina Bianchini, Founder & CEO of Mighty Networks, and discuss the core attributes of a thriving community. 

In this post, we’ll touch on: 

  • The power of a true community
  • Leveraging communities for growth
  • The science of community
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Excelling in Life and Work with Maslow’s Hierarchy: Physiological Needs

By: | Posted in: Blog | Wednesday, Jun 8, 2022 - 4:33am
Excelling in Life and Work with Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

When was the last time you breathed past your collarbone?

That may seem like a strange question. But I urge you to think about it.

When was the last time you breathed deeply enough to reach the bottom of your lungs? 

The truth is, most of us don’t breathe well. We breathe enough to keep our body working—shallow, unfulfilling breaths that leave us in a constant state of stress. 

Breathing deeply and intentionally ties into one of the most well-known theories of human motivation: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. These needs often arranged in a pyramid are more than a pretty chart hung up in a classroom. They are part of the foundation for a life you won’t feel like you need to escape from.

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Revitalizing Online Learning with Danny Iny

By: | Posted in: Blog | Saturday, Jun 4, 2022 - 4:10pm
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I had the chance to sit down with Danny Iny, founder and CEO of Mirasee, best-selling author, host of the Business Reimagined Podcast, and the creator of the acclaimed Course Builder’s Laboratory training program. 

To say Danny understands the finer points of education is an understatement. Iny has lived, breathed, and loved the world of online learning for over a decade. 

Danny shared his take on the three steps in the learning journey, the context of online learning post-pandemic, and what innovation in educational technology looks like today.

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