Strategies for Improving Workplace Behavior and Performance

From Leadership Expert Dr. Diane Hamilton

TTL 557 | Neuro-Insight

Neuro-Insight: Making The Subconscious Conscious with Pranav Yadav

Neuro-Insight, a neuromarketing and neuro analytics company that uses unique brain-imaging technology to measure how the brain responds to communications, pioneers the link between brain activity and consumer behavior, making the subconscious conscious. They help their clients optimize a particular message to showcase and to have maximum impact in the market. Pranav Yadav, the CEO of Neuro-Insight US, takes a deep dive into what their company does in the field of advertising and marketing. Pranav shares the importance of their invented technology in the research process and how lighting up the brain reveals the emotional process of your personal interests.

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TTL 556 | Making Things Happen

Making Things Happen with Steve Sims

People, especially those who have much money to spare, can make uncanny requests. However, even the craziest can be done by simply making things happen. Steve Sims, the CEO and Founder of Bluefish, shares his insights into the art of making things happen for other people. He narrates how he transformed himself from a club worker to an entrepreneur who makes dreams come true. He talks about his cheapest but worthiest client wherein he encountered the influential keyword – impact – which led him to realize the importance of family and friends versus money. Getting to know what people really want and how to understand their requests and make them happen are some of the interesting things he shares in his book, Bluefishing.

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TTL 555 | Mindfulness

The Value Of Mindfulness with Gary Douglas and Leadership Through Storytelling with Angela Moonan

Mindfulness is about being present and aware of something. It is where people create their judgments of what they will and will not have. Most people call it searching for the right answer. However, Gary Douglas says sometimes it’s very challenging for people to see the value of it. Gary is a bestselling author and Founder of Access Consciousness. He shares his wisdom about mindfulness and highlights the importance of being aware of everything by asking questions which could improve our lives.

One way of communicating is through storytelling where we share stories and pass on some knowledge and values. Angela Moonan says we can be a compelling storyteller through great leadership. Angela is an executive coach and corporate storyteller. She dives deep into storytelling in a corporate set-up and shares how she’s helping her clients convey their vision and align them with their story to create an impact that they desire in the world. As Angela shares the importance of connecting to our life story in the professional workspace, she walks us through how storytelling shapes people’s experiences and creates this incredible journey for them.

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TTL 554 | Achieving Success

Achieving Success Through Hard Work with Camilita Nuttall

Experiencing hardships can give you the motivation to pursue your dreams and goals and succeed in life. Camilita Nuttall, an international speaker and the Founder of Event of Champions®, shares her journey to success while inspiring us to find every possible way to achieve it ourselves. Camilita walks us through her humble beginnings that drove her to work hard and achieve all that she has right now. She gives the seven steps on how to improve sales, build brands, and build businesses to create the life of your dreams and live like a champion.

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TTL 553 | Advancing Wellness

Advancing Wellness In The Workforce with Mari Ryan and Handling A Big Family with LaChelle Adkins

People always place high regard in the pursuit of their wellness. However, when we think of wellness, sometimes we only limit that to our physical well-being. Mari Ryan, speaker, author, and CEO and Founder of AdvancingWellness, gives her insight about how there is more to wellness than what meets the eye. According to Mari, wellness is also about how we manage our healthcare costs and how that links to our behavior, lifestyle, and chronic conditions. Mari shows how we can measure and manage well-being using different approaches, especially in the workforce.

Caring for a child needs a lot of focus and attention, but how can you handle and care if you have fifteen children? America’s Supermom LaChelle Adkins, life coach at Protocol Group Inc., shares the journey of having a big family. She speaks about the importance of encouraging people with a large family size with something positive, especially in seeing them together and supporting each other. As she gives us a glimpse of her downward spiral with depression and how she was able to overcome that, LaChelle shares some wisdom from her experience of being an only child to becoming a fantastic supermom.
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TTL 552 | Coaching

Coaching and Developing Organizations with Joshua Miller

Coaching has become a more complex job mainly because of how technology has changed the way people perceive and interact. Bestselling author Joshua Miller talks about his journey as a coach and how he realized how much technology has held back people from being curious. He recalled how falling on the street of New York changed his life for the better and how he was influenced to be a coach through the mishap. He also talked about his experience in preparing for a Ted Talk and coming up with the assumption topic. Joshua also discusses his book and highlights diversity and inclusion and how relevant they are to the world of coaching.

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Women Taking The Lead with Kim Gravel and Leading With Questions with Bob Tiede

A lot of times, women were taught to be seen and not be heard. The strength and leadership in women were not always celebrated. Kim Gravel, a veteran television host, entrepreneur, public speaker, and leader, talks about the message she’s trying to convey through her clothing line and being a leader. Kim believes the message of women taking the lead comes in many forms because we have a sphere of influence anywhere. She shares why QVC is the most amazing place to connect and to launch a business especially if you have a message.

 

Many people think a leader’s job is to simply tell the staff what to do and to express appreciation for work well done. However, the way to be an effective leader is to lead with questions, taking advantage of the opportunity to listen to what your people say. Bob Tiede, a blogger and part of the Development Leadership Team at Cru, shares his passion for helping leaders lead with a question. Bob explains why it is vital for leaders to engage, ask, and listen to what people think and feel.

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TTL 550 | Universal Expressions

The Universality Of Emotional Expressions with Dr. Paul Ekman

How we recognize each other as humans have a lot to do with what we see physically. When it comes to showing emotions, we rely so much on facial expressions. Dr. Paul Ekman, Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco and the world’s deception detection expert, goes deep into universal expressions. Contrary to the belief that every culture has unique expressions, Dr. Ekman goes against the grain and points to the universal expressions we all share. Also a co-discoverer of micro-expressions and the inspiration behind the hit television series, Lie to Me, he dives into the whole idea of how we perceive other people, taking it on from the biological side, the mental side, and even cultural. Discover more how our emotional systems are shown in our facial expressions and how we can use it to tell whether to trust someone or not.

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TTL 549 | Non-Obvious

Using Non-Obvious Habits To Achieve Successful Marketing with Rohit Bhargava

Marketing is a key factor in any company’s survival. Understanding how to use the non-obvious can make products more sellable and successful. Founder and Chief Trend Curator of the Non-Obvious Company, Rohit Bhargava teaches us five habits on figuring out the non-obvious, which include being curious, observant, thoughtful, fickle, and elegant. As an author, he explains how he has developed his own publishing method as well as trends on the desirability of his products. Rohit also highlights the importance of how advertising should promote more experiences rather than images alone. Discover these things and more, keeping in mind how the transformation of a customer is the best result that advertising can bring.

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TTL 548 | Vietnam War

Giving It All: Surviving Vietnam with Danny Lane

War brings nothing but death, pain, and memories that linger while you’re still alive. Danny Lane, a former Marine Corporal who was twice wounded in Vietnam and the co-author of Some Gave it All: Through the Fire of the Vietnam War, shares his inspiring true story fighting in the Vietnam War. Danny tackles why the suicide rate is higher after coming back from a war and shares how martial arts had helped him from the post-traumatic stress. Learn some wisdom about brotherhood, dealing with survival, and having the will to live in this interview with Danny.

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