Lyle Tard is a retired U.S. Air Force member and is the founder/CEO of IMPACT Servant Leadership started in 2018. His leadership mantra is Servant Leadership and wants to help create significance in the lives of others. More studies show what he truly believes and its that "Leaders lead best, when they Serve!"
On the episode, Lyle and I talk about the difference between choosing and having-to-do, the 5 AM Club, being content, serving others, knowing your value and goals.
On February 3, 2020, I decided to commit to joining the 5 AM Club. Not one to procrastinate, I officially joined the next day. Here are 3 lessons I've learned (so far).
Do you use an autoresponder (also known as an autoreply) for your email? You're not alone. Many people do. In this episode, I share why you should stop using it.
On February 4, I officially joined the prestigious 5 AM Club. In this episode, I share a BIG challenge I'm dealing with. But, fear not! I will overcome this...in time!
The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life - Robin Sharma (affiliate link)
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living - Dale Carnegie (affiliate link)
Rules are everywhere. But what about rules for life? In this episode, I share with you four rules I live by that have served me well.
938 days ago, I launched The Mark Struczewski Podcast. Now, 500 episodes later, I reflect on where I started, where I am and where I plan on going.
Today I want to teach you four big ideas about how to improve your attitude. Your attitude has more to do with your productivity than you've realize.
Let's jump right in and talk about the first idea: assessing your attitude.
I may be dating myself here, but when I grew up, there was a cartoon called Winnie the Pooh. And Winnie the Pooh had several characters on it. But three of the characters, one was Winnie the Pooh, who was a happy go lucky bear, that got along with everyone. And all he wanted to do was have fun and go to the bee infested beehive, because that's where bees hang out, and scoop up some honey and eat the honey and just enjoy life.
And then there was Tigger, who was Winnie the Pooh magnified. Some people would say that I am Tigger. I'm this annoyingly optimistic everywhere every day.
And then there's Eeyore. Poor Eeyore. He was, "woe was me. It's not going to work out. Why bother?"
And I want you to think to yourself: do you relate more to Winnie the Pooh? Are you...
Shay Rowbottom is the co-founder and former COO of a Facebook agency that worked with companies like PetCo, Yahoo, Verlo and dozens more in creating content and devising content strategies for social media. Since joining the LinkedIn platform in May of 2018, Shay has grown to over 180,000 followers, garnered over ten million views on her content, and generated seven figures in sales for partnering media companies. Now, she's ready to share her strategies with you and produce the same kind of results for your brand.
On this episode, we talk about how to effectively use video on LinkedIn, what to do when you're engagement stops and why Mark doesn't swear (a neat conversation, indeed!).
It all started on Christmas Eve 2019. It was then I had the crazy idea of not checking email or social media on Christmas Day. Now, I do this once a week. Let me tell you why and the results.
Ron Webb likes solving really big problems, especially with a team that takes self-accountability seriously and wants to solve the big problems, too.
On this episode, we talk about accountability, confirmation bias, negative talk, roadblocks to productivity and how to use the snooze feature on email.