Adele Spraggon is an award-winning author, as well as an international speaker and trainer. As a behavioral change expert, she addresses the underlying decision-making patterns that get in the way of effective problem-solving.
Adele and Mark discuss getting out of your own way, working hard on the wrong problem, highly creative procrastinators, failing often and quickly, the vast warehouse within, mic swap, and more!
In this video, I have a rant for you. A rant about something that really annoys me.
Just because you have someone's email address does not mean they gave you permission to add them to your email list.
In Canada, the United States, and the European Union, you can be fined heavily for adding people to your email list without their permission.
So don't do it.
Because if you add me to your email list without my permission, I will never, ever buy from you.
I will automatically report you...
In this episode, the 17th of 365 new episodes in 2021, I talk about how much I respect Gary Vaynerchuk as a human being and an entrepreneur and what he has taught me.
Kaitlyn Study is the owner and creative director of South Street & Co., a marketing agency that helps small to medium-sized businesses grow their reach online.
Kaitlyn and Mark discuss what Zapier is and why it is so powerful, automation in 2021, what and why you need to automate, brain space, mic swap, and more!
Angela Kristen Taylor is an integrative productivity expert who helps ambitious entrepreneurs and sales professionals overcome their own internal chaos so they can create the life and business they want.
In this episode, Angela and Mark discuss the power of asking why you're not being productive, what you say to yourself, being calm and balanced, the happy list, mic swap, and more!
Warwick Fairfax is the founder of Crucible Leadership, a philosophical and practical breakthrough in turning business and personal failures into the fuel for igniting a life of significance.
In this episode, Warwick and Mark discuss what to do after a failure, questions you should consider, just because you're good at something..., mic swap, and more!
Peter Akkies teaches people how to be more organized and more productive, particularly using task managers such as Things 3 and OmniFocus.
Peter and Mark discuss the four questions you need to ask when creating a goal, how people use task management apps to procrastinate, the power of trial and error, mic swap, and more!
In this episode (the 9th of 365 new episodes in 2021), I share two interesting top 10 lists: the first is related to my podcast audience, and the second, let's just say I guarantee strong reactions!