There are so many things that affect your productivity. In this episode, I discuss five: who you hang around, what you're consuming, the quality of your sleep, stressors in your life and your vision for your future. I give you practical strategies to deal with each.
Greg Corey is the founder and principal of Porchlight, an Atlanta-based design agency rooted in retail. He has over 25 years of experience in the creative industry, particularly in the retail sector, and has worked with an impressive array of clients, including The Home Depot, Newell-Rubbermaid, Yamaha, Husky, Genie, RIDGID, NASCAR and the Olympics.
On this episode with Greg Corey: the importance of having a WRITTEN process for production (and everywhere else), what a traffic manager is and why their role is critical to your and your team's productivity.
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Lousin Mehrabi is Certified Professional Negotiator, Executive Coach and Trainer. She delivers trainings on complex negotiations, emotional intelligence and leadership, worldwide. For 12 years Lousin has worked on the trading floors of some of the world’s leading financial institutions. As a member of the Senior Management team she prepared and negotiated the group strategy, an IPO and Mergers & Acquisitions. She is a graduate of 4 international Business Schools, holds 4 nationalities and speaks 5 languages.
On this episode with Lousin Mehrabi: the one element you can't predict in negotiations, mistakes people make when negotiating and how to negotiate effectively.
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Being productive at work can be challenging (because you're working with other humans) but it is possible to overcome these challenges and be productive at work. In this episode, I talk about how to deal with the "got 5 minutes" question and I give your four barriers you can use to create a productive work environment.
LaTisha “Tish” Styles is a sought-after millennial lifestyle and money expert helping clients take an existing skill and turn it into an online business. Through her signature training programs, LaTisha helps coaches build an online presence that serves one clear purpose, helping them gain more clients. Her work has been featured in notable publications including Forbes, Fast Company, and Business Insider.
On this episode with LaTisha Styles: your vibe attracts your tribe, how introverts gain energy, deciding for yourself, you might be an introvert if..., the power of time blocking.
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Jen Rozenbaum embraces her femininity while allowing women to embrace their own. By daring her clients to shed their clothes, they begin to shed their inhibitions. In the last ten years, Jen has found a burgeoning audience in the intimate photography market and is now sharing her shamelessly feminine movement with women worldwide. She proves that you can own your world if you live fearlessly, think audaciously and act spontaneously.
On this episode with Jen Rozenbaum: boudoir is who you are, balancing business with your life, the power of outsourcing, understanding spouses and kids, why we need boundaries.
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Visualization is a very powerful strategy to not only be more productive but to achieve any goal you desire. In this episode, I tell you how to visualize, give some examples plus tell you one thing visualization won't do.
Tom Ross is the host of The Honest Entrepreneur Show, where he provides free mentorship and consultancy for a community of passionate entrepreneurs. His side hustle is giving back to the entrepreneurial community, which he does around his day job as CEO at DesignCuts. Design Cuts is an incredibly warm and positive community of 500,000 awesome creatives, who are regularly saving money on the best design resources.
On this episode with Tom Ross: what happened when Tom worked 18 hours a day for 18 months, how to solve dishonest entrepreneurs, faking it until you make it, it's not how many followers you have.
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Jake Melton is a keynote speaker, author, coach, and a leading change expert. He is a mental health and wellness influencer and advocate for Tourette’s Syndrome. Jake has a background in organizational psychology and strategic communications. He has worked closely with CEO’s and other high-level executives along with entrepreneurs and small business owners in organizational development initiatives and consulting projects based around change management, employee engagement and satisfaction, mental health and wellness, and workplace productivity. He is a millennial who understands the modern workforce and what is needed to succeed as an organization in today’s world.
On this episode with Jake Melton: why you need to cut the crap in your life, how to deal with employees who have a mental illness, the importance of workplace wellness.
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Gamifying your productivity. This is one of my biggest secrets to increasing your productivity. Here’s the premise. You make a game out of productivity. It really is that simple. Who doesn’t like playing games?