We all could be better problem solvers, and rely as much on our intuition as well as a skill set that can be learned and
I woke up at 4AM with a thought that I needed to make my conversation more visual and compelling. So I picked up my cell
Many of my regular listeners know that I was bit by the “Sketchnote” bug quite some time ago. A few years back I was exposed to
Technology has created the illusion that today’s worker feel “highly connected” to one another, when in reality most feel isolated from their colleagues. What they
We all live in this fast paced always “on” world, and it continues to test our ability to manage our focus and our activities to
As many of you might have assumed by now I am someone who embraces technology. I do know the fine balance between when to use
I recently had the pleasure of being on a webinar that was being hosted by a previous author guest on our show by the name
It is the time of year to get our acts together. Many of us will be making New Year’s resolutions and setting goals for 2018, all with the good intention of following through in 2018. We all have different software aids that can help us break old habits–like cloud-based software that will track our exercise and calories. Wearable devices such Fitbit, Garmin, and others. There is a pleather of software, planners, and books to read to improve the quality of our life.
I personally have found that one of the best ways you can exercise your mental muscle is to reach out to new people and build relationships. In my interview with Bart Lorang the founder of Full Contact a cloud-based customer relationship management software we discuss the benefits of having a fully integrated system that pulls data from social media together in one spot for our use in learning more about our relationships.
I have personally used the Full Contact Software and find the software to have great features that are highly valuable in helping build strong lasting relationships. One of the features is the card reader. You literally can take pictures through an application Full Contact has developed for both Android and IOS of the business cards you receive during your networking, then they will be converted to contacts with a high degree of accuracy into the Full Contact CRM. In my estimation, this feature is worth the very reasonable annual subscription fee for Full Contact.
I hope you enjoy this podcast with Bart Lorang the founder of Full Contact CRM system. Enjoy listening.
I recently conducted an interview with author Chris Barez Brown about his book entitled ” Wake-Up“–Podcast # 645. I had such a great experience and interview with Chris that I invited him back to speak about his new book entitled “Shine, How To Survive And Thrive At Work“.
We all spend a lot of time at our work, so having fun and enjoying our work is so important to remain engaged. In my interview with Chris, we discuss the many great ideas about how to keep our work fun and stay engaged.
Just one of the ideas includes a concept he calls “Who’s Elvis Around Here?” This is really a great idea, and is the person who stands out in your business, the one that breaks the rules, and makes things happen within the organization. Is that you our are you just standing by waiting, or afraid to speak up? Don’t stand on the sidelines waiting, get engaged and speak up with your good ideas to propel the business forward.
Chris states that our minds are highly efficient killing machines. They are trained from an early age to destroy anything that doesn’t fit our model of the world. This means that analytical, logical minds dominate our working lives–what are you doing to get off or autopilot and tap into your abundant thinking brain which breaks the cycle of helping us to consider futures that are not based on past experience?
Shine, How to Survive and Thrive at Work is a book loaded with great ideas to help you thrive in the workplace. It is an easy read and should be the companion to anyone wanting to make a difference at work.
If you want more information about author Chris Barez-Brown please click here to be taken to his website. Our your can click here to be directed to Chris’s Facebook page. I hope you enjoy this great interview with someone who has transformed how organizations look at their employees.