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What Happens When Leaders Get Distracted [Podcast]

January 28, 2020

Episode 96: Michael and Kathryn break down what happens when you get distracted as you run your company. Get tips, tricks, and resources to help you stay focused, build your skills, and work on your own personal leadership development. If you...

4 Things Business Leaders Can Do to Stay Focused [Podcast]

January 21, 2020

Episode 95: Michael and Kathryn discuss the elusive art of staying focused. For business leaders especially, succumbing to the 'tyranny of the urgent' can become a daily battle. Discover how to go on the offensive so you can get back to being...

How to Overcome Your Business Failures - With Guest, Warwick Fairfax [Podcast]

January 7, 2020

Episode 94: Michael and Kathryn interview the founder of Crucible Leadership, Warwick Fairfax. Warwick shares his personal journey of finding new purpose after being at the epicenter of one of the most spectacular business failures in the history...

The Power of Celebration [Podcast]

December 17, 2019

Episode 93: Michael and Kathryn talk about the power of celebration and how reflecting on the the big and small moments in life and work can generate resilience. If you want to stop having tunnel vision and start becoming mindful of moments in...

Bringing Joy Back to Business - With Special Guest, Pablo Gonzalez [Podcast]

December 10, 2019

Episode 92: Michael and Kathryn interview Pablo Gonzalez, a graduate member of the HaBO Village Passion and Provision Course. Pablo shares how he went from an unfulfilling career, to striking out on his own, all the way to discovering and...

They Said What?! Cell Phone Etiquette for Public Places and Work Spaces [Podcast]

December 3, 2019

Episode 91: Michael and Kathryn share humorous personal stories about cell phone and other workplace etiquette. If you've ever witnessed uncouth cell phone behavior in a public or work space, you will enjoy giving this episode a listen.

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