In this episode, I’m going to be discussing work/life balance, what it means and how it affects your productivity.
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Dianna Booher is the author of 48 books, published in 60 foreign-language editions. None are self-published. These are published with the majors: Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins. She helps organizations communicate clearly and individuals to increase their influence through a strong executive presence. National media such as Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Entrepreneur frequently interview her for opinions on workplace communication.
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Mark Metry interviews billionaires, New York Times bestselling authors and legendary world class human beings on his podcast but once a upon a time he couldn't make direct eye contact with anyone and suffered from social anxiety from not living the life he was strategically designed to live. Mark spends his time as a 21-year-old trying to impact & influence others by evolving himself. The same way he was impacted and empowered by others to upgrade to the next version of himself...version 2.0.
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Social media is a big part of our lives. And it's not a fad. It's going to be around for a very long time. But! There are things you can do to be productive and still be on social media. In this video, I share with you three big ideas for doing that.
Jordan Gross is a Northwestern and Kellogg School of Management graduate, a two-time startup founder, a TEDx speaker, and a #1 best-selling author. His upcoming book, The Journey to Cloud Nine, provides a new approach to the personal development world by using fictional storytelling to reveal some of life's most meaningful principles. Jordan has been asking hundreds of people around the world how they live their lives on cloud nine, and he cannot wait to share this with all of you!
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Danny Forest used to be a nobody until he decided, 16 months ago, to learn 3 new skills every month. That accidentally turned him into a polymath and Medium personality. He now runs a skill development program and a virtual coworking space, amongst other things. Oh, and he’s a serial entrepreneur and owns a video game company.
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Josh Elledge is U.S. Navy veteran and launched UpMyInfluence.com to help turn entrepreneurs into media celebrities increasing their authority, influence, and revenue. He also started SavingsAngel.com which has grossed more than $6 million in sales with less than $500 in advertising. Josh writes a syndicated newspaper column to 1.1 million readers and regularly appears on more than 75 TV stations across the country. All told, Josh has appeared in the media more than 2000 times.
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Jesse is a former professional soccer goalkeeper (played in Zimbabwe, Africa and Aberdeen, Scotland), radio host, podcaster, author, and speaker. He didn't grow up believing in God and never expected to become a pastor. A graduate of Dartmouth College, his curiosity about faith began there. After surviving several close calls with death, he is truly grateful for every new day and opportunities to encourage people in their journey.
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Working from home and being productive IS possible if you set yourself up to be. In this video, I discuss 7 big ideas for you to make productivity and working from home possible.
Prasanth Nair has been deeply interested in the productivity space and have pioneered email, meeting, and project productivity techniques for 20 years. He developed techniques for his own use in these areas in his role as a project manager. About a decade ago, he started receiving requests from clients to teach them these techniques based on the success they witnessed in his project roll outs. So he began teaching them. His journey into teaching, has taught him that improving productivity is about habit change - at the individual, team, and often organizational level. He particularly enjoy this work, because he believes that productive people do better things from themselves, their organizations, and the world at large.
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