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Father’s Day: Mark Williams

Father’s Day: Mark Williams

Happy Father's Day to all dads and those who fulfill the role of a dad!! Today welcome Mark Williams back to the podcast. if you remember, he is the cofounder of International Men's mental health day, and speaks on men's mental health topics and all things fatherhood....

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Father’s Day: Jesse Lee Peterson

Father’s Day: Jesse Lee Peterson

Today's chat is with Jesse Lee Peterson. You may have seen his youtube channel in which he chats with guests, or heard his radio show. We talk about his Time, Energy and Resources™ and get into some detailed discussions on men and women. Jesse is a talk show host,...

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Father’s Day: Denise McAllister

Father’s Day: Denise McAllister

Denise McAllister is an author, political and cultural commentator and journalist. She doesn't shrink from controversy and we have a wonderfully intense conversation. Her new book, What men want to say to women (but can't) is the focus of our lively discussion. Join...

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Father’s Day: Michael Rampolla

Father’s Day: Michael Rampolla

Michael is a father, a husband and works as a coach in the business sector. We talk fatherhood under the umbrella of Time, Energy and Resources™. Who he is and what he does is essentially the same thing, in his own words. We start our father's day week with a...

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Path of least resistance and communication

Path of least resistance and communication

I've talked about The Five Love Languages a number of times. That concept talks about how we express and accept love in one of five ways (its usually a mixture). It's a good read. But what about communication? I'm not saying (yet) that there are five communication...

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Bubbles

Bubbles

Everyone likes bubbles right? Everyone is actually in a bubble. People may say that "you’re in your own world" or you "have tunnel vision" or you "have blinders on." All that stuff is kind of related to being in your own bubble—which we all are. Something interesting...

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Epicness is undervalued

Epicness is undervalued

Did you know the better you are at something the more likely someone is to undervalue it? Counterintuitive? Right? Your response is that if someone is clearly better and an "expert" then they would obviously charge more money and be greatly valued. You're right. But...

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Who you are and what you do

Who you are and what you do

Tell me who you are and what you do This is how I start every interview I do on my show, and it's turned into something that is universally applicable. It's a deceptively simple question. The Persona and the Job Think about the printer guy, the waitress, the mailman,...

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Lifelong Learners and Lying

Lifelong Learners and Lying

Are you a "lifelong learner?" do you know anyone who calls themselves that? Oh, you do? What do you think of them and that statement? Are they? What do I mean "are they?" Well, what did they learn...? What are they learning? Does that seem unfair? Is your (or their)...

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The Four Conversation Methods

The Four Conversation Methods

There are a lot of people talking about conversations, no pun intended. The curious thing is for something that's such an integral part of our existence—something we use every day in many forms—we don't seem to be doing it right. At least according to the experts. We...

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Save time and frustration

Save time and frustration

Want to save about 30% of your communication time in multiple circles of your life?Want to reduce frustration by doing what seems like the opposite thing needed?Want to find out if a difficult person isn't really difficult? If you answered 'no' then i don't even know...

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Reverse Birthday

Reverse Birthday

I have a confession. When the kids were younger and it was my birthday, I couldn't help myself. When I was married my wife was a stay at home mom. I had no expectations of presents and like the cliche you only learn once you become a parent, it truly meant the most to...

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You’re smart so you’re on your own

You’re smart so you’re on your own

Sorry. That's just the way it is. Have you ever noticed that? Does this sentence ring true to you? Think about your personal relationships. Think about your clubs, associates and groups. Think about your workplace. Examples You're at a seminar and someone keeps asking...

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Yes or No?

Yes or No?

A crossroads This is our 149th episode. I say "our" because quite literally without you there is no podcast. I mean that. It sounds cliche but that's why there have not been episodes for the last few weeks. As much as I enjoy my voice, my humor, my unique take on...

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Day Ten – There are more people in my yard

Day Ten – There are more people in my yard

More people in my yard. My poor Christmas lights. This time they are dudes. That's like 20 people who have been hired, just to appear in my yard. Also, apparently I was drunk on eggnog as I titled the podcast yesterday "Eighth Nine." It's OK if you didn't notice....

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Eighth Day – Awkward Farm Voyeur

Eighth Day – Awkward Farm Voyeur

I live in Wisconsin. Contrary to what the rest of the world things it's not all farmland—at least where I live, which is a city with 1.8 million people. Sure i take certain things for granted like cheese that squeaks and wine that is based on cherries. But I don't...

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Sixth Day – farm invitation

Sixth Day – farm invitation

Ok, so I was wrong about the birds being over. And this didn't end in a triumphant engagement with five other parties in some sort of ... arrangement. So, we're back to birds. But this time I don't have to keep them. I just have to watch them.

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