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The HaBO Village Podcast

How Successful Companies Leverage the Power of Rhythms [Podcast]

July 12, 2022

Episode 177: Michael and Kathryn discuss the power of rhythms in business and life and how they help increase efficiency and decrease stress. Whether your leadership style is more spontaneous and free-flowing, or you've had systems and procedures in...

3 Powerful Strategies for Building Workplace Culture [Podcast]

May 24, 2022

Episode 176: Michael and Kathryn discuss 3 strategies for building a better workplace culture. Whether your business is large or small, you have to be intentional about hiring the right people and developing your team in order to overcome burnout,...

The Power of Tenacity in Business - With Guest, Ron Coury [Podcast]

May 17, 2022

Episode 175: Michael and Kathryn interview author and entrepreneur, Ron Coury, about his epic Las Vegas business journey of overcoming adversity and corruption. If you are facing challenges as a business owner and need some real-life practical...

Why Business Leaders Should Practice Gratitude [Podcast]

May 10, 2022

Episode 174: Michael and Kathryn take a moment to pause and celebrate two momentous occasions: The two-year anniversary of the publication of their book, Fulfilled, and their transition into a brand-new house. Gratitude is a powerful way for...

How to Hire and Retain Top Talent - With Guest, Rishon Blumberg [Podcast]

April 26, 2022

Episode 173: Michael Redman interviews author and talent economy expert, Rishon Blumberg, about how to hire and retain top talent in today's world. Discover how long-term relationships with your employees and freelancers makes your company more...

3 Characteristics of a Toxic Workplace Culture [Podcast]

April 12, 2022

Episode 172: Michael and Kathryn discuss the signs that indicate your company has a toxic work environment. There are 3 areas you need to pay attention to: People, Operations, and Finance. If you aren't sure if you have an unhealthy work culture,...

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