Strategies for Improving Workplace Behavior and Performance

From Leadership Expert Dr. Diane Hamilton

TTL 622 | Art Of Mentoring

The Art Of Mentoring: Helping People Achieve Their Potential With Dr. Ravishankar Gundlapalli

Many people don’t know what they don’t know. That is why it helps to have a mentor who inspires and guides you throughout your life. Believing in the power of mentoring, Dr. Ravishankar Gundlapalli, CEO and founder of MentorCloud, is passionate about helping people achieve their potential and reach their goals. Driven to help people make the right connections, learn new skills to accomplish more, and achieve career milestones, Dr. Gundlapalli takes us across the experiences that have changed his life and made him want to share his wisdom with the world. He gives us a peek into his book, The Art of Mentoring and goes deep into the concept of having a personal board and conscious networking while sharing how you can pick out your mentors, the myths of mentoring, and more.
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TTL 621 | Building Resilience

Resilience As A Secret To Successful Leadership With Paul And Dr. Nadine Sinclair

Life is never short of adversities. That is why it is beautiful to see people become resilient, bouncing back from the setbacks instead of falling over. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks with the founders of Mind Matters, Paul Sinclair and Dr. Nadine Sinclair about resilience, how it ties to emotional intelligence, and how we can develop it. Putting it in the context of the leadership, they talk about the importance of resilience, now more than ever, among companies as they struggle with various issues—from productivity to burnout. They break down some misconceptions about resilience and how you can make it part of a company’s culture. Learn more about the buzzwords that have been going around today—resilience, agility, and tenacity—as Paul and Nadine help us understand them from the lens of neuroscience.

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TTL 620 | Dealing With Jerks

Getting Into Fitness The Spartan Way With Joe De Sena And Dealing With Jerks With Eric Williamson

Mastering the mindset of a warrior requires a lot of dedication and perseverance. Embodying that in starting his business, founder and CEO of the world’s largest obstacle, race and endurance brand, Spartan, Joe De Sena shares with us his journey towards endurance races and helping people push beyond what they thought was possible. He takes us into his world, sharing interesting stories of how people prepare in this kind of extreme fitness and offering great inspiration for you to achieve your personal best.

Whatever you do and wherever you work, jerks are all around you. President and CEO of Tailored Training Solutions, Eric Williamson talks about how to deal and work with jerks. Whether you are in conflict or having a tough time getting along with someone, Eric shows you a way out of their negative space with a three-step process.  Join Eric as he teaches you ways on how to deal with jerks and take your leadership skills to the next level.
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TTL 619 | Successful Meetings

How To Run A Successful Meeting With Elise Keith And Overcoming Burnouts With Robert And Terri Bogue

Are you tired of wasting time in unproductive meetings? Host, Dr. Diane Hamilton, talks with CEO and Founder of Lucid Meetings, Elise Keith about productivity and how to achieve successful meetings every day. She reveals to us what makes a bad meeting and how we can turn it around for teams to effectively and efficiently work together. Furthermore, Elise uses The Great Game of Business as an example to further discuss some great systems to use in growing your business.

On the other hand, CEO and COO of Thor Projects, Robert And Terri Bogue, grace the show to dive deep about what keeps people from excelling: burnout. They share how people get burnout and provide pieces of advice and effective tips in overcoming it. Giving a peek into their book, Extinguish Burnout, Robert and Terri help people identify the things that are burning them out silently and learn how to deal with them to become even more effective.
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TTL 618 | Understanding Perception

Understanding Perception, Spirituality, And Consciousness With Donald Hoffman

Our perceptions accurately tell us true statements about the world. In this episode, host Diane Hamilton talks with Cognitive Sciences expert Dr. Donald Hoffman about perception, spirituality, consciousness, and AI. Dr. Hoffman received his PhD from MIT and joined the faculty at UC Irvine in 1983 where he is a professor of Cognitive Science. He is an author of over a hundred scientific papers and three books including Visual Intelligence and his new book, The Case Against Reality. Today, he dives deep into the importance of perception, what objective reality is, the relationship between science and spirituality, and so much more. Continue reading “Understanding Perception, Spirituality, And Consciousness With Donald Hoffman”

TTL 617 | Importance Of Coaches

Coaching, Mentorship, And Building Your Own Success With Carl Gould

A good coach can help you change your game in your business, but a great coach can change your life and help you sustain business growth. In this episode, host Diane Hamilton talks with business growth strategist and worldwide leading authority on business and entrepreneurship, Carl Gould, about the importance of coaches and mentorship in building your own success. Carl has coauthored with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard and has done work with Tony Robbins. Sharing some of the biggest challenges he encountered in his entrepreneurship journey, he also talks about working with coaches and the most common issues they are dealing with in building their own practice. Stay tuned to this episode to learn more about choosing your mentors and how you can stand out for clients to choose you over your competitors in this gig economy. Continue reading “Coaching, Mentorship, And Building Your Own Success With Carl Gould”

TTL 616 | Aligning With Your Purpose

Leadership, Hiring, And Aligning With Your Purpose With Jason Jennings

Leading people and companies to their full potential is what CEOs or leaders ideally do to promote growth. In today’s episode, Diane Hamilton interviews Jason Jennings about the subject of leadership and hiring. Jason has traveled the globe in search of the world’s fastest companies for his landmark debut book called It’s Not the Big That Eat the Small, It’s the Fast That Eat the Slow. As he dives into his book, he also talks about aligning with your purpose or the big “why,” and shares some strategies in hiring and interviewing potential employees and guests. Learn more from Jason’s experiences working with big names like Steve Jobs, and more.
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TTL 615 | Women On Boards

Women On Boards With Jill Griffin

Being a part of the Board of Directors can either bring a lot of frustration or be one of the greatest pleasures in life. In this episode, Diane Hamilton talks with Luby’s Fuddruckers’ Independent Board Director, Jill Griffin, about the work and life of being a Board of Directors. A champion of women and men who want to win, she passionate about helping them rise as leaders into senior management and onto corporate boards. Today, Jill talks about women on boards and shares what led to her interest in this direction, as well as the challenges and what it really takes to get a seat on the Board of Directors.
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TTL 614 | Understanding Distraction And Motivation

Becoming Indistractable With Nir Eyal and Motivational Currency With Dr. Rob Fazio

What if you had the power to become indistractable? In this episode, the author of the bestselling book Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life, Nir Eyal, discusses how you can prevent distraction from some of the addictive tech products. He reveals the hidden psychology driving us to distraction and provides some important steps for us to be able to master our own internal triggers.

When you’re trying to influence someone else, the motivators come first within how you approach situations and what motivates you. Dr. Rob Fazio, Managing Partner at OnPoint Advising and author of Simple Is The New Smart, talks about motivational currency and how it’s different than any other test dealing with motivation. He also highlights the four motives that drive us and looks at some of the differences in relation to generations.
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TTL 613 | Wearable Technology

Developing Wearable Technology Solutions With Dr. Eric Luster and From Frustration To Inspiration With Sam Chein

In this day and age, technology has become one of the most important must-haves in our daily lives. Technology helps us to work smarter, faster, and more efficiently. In this episode, innovative expert and the CEO and Founder of Movement Interactive, Dr. Eric Luster, introduces his book entitled How to Move Without the Ball where he gives the metaphor for learning how to position yourself within the game even though you don’t have the ball. He also talks about his work with Movement Interactive where they develop wearable technology solutions for detecting and reporting on traumatic brain injury in youths.

Having been in the food industry for several years, empowerment and awareness coach Sam Chein came to a certain level of frustration with his health being around food so much around his energy not being where he needed it to be for his family and friends and to make a bigger impact at work. After hitting rock bottom with the frustration, he realized he had to hold himself accountable for his own nutrition and wellness. Today, he shares how he was able to go from frustration to inspiration to tackle his goals.
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