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The HaBO Village Podcast

Defining Passion & Provision for Your Business [Podcast]

May 22, 2019

Episode 64: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn define the foundational concepts of Passion & Provision and discuss why they're the most important elements of a healthy, growing company. If you feel like you are barely treading water when it comes...

How to Avoid Mistakes that Detour Your Company [Podcast]

April 9, 2019

Episode 58: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss temptations that will inevitably distract you from keeping your company on the right track. Whether it's potentially lucrative clients and investors, or an exciting new project or trend, there...

Celebrating 6 Months of Building a Village [Podcast]

April 1, 2019

Episode 57: In this episode we get back into the swing of things and recap what we've been up to for the past 6 months. Between building a Village (some of it, literally), filming an entire training course, and dealing with a natural disaster- there...

Passion & Provision: Our Journey [Podcast]

October 11, 2018

Episode 56: Michael and Kathryn share their personal story and faith journey leading up to building HaBO Village and their Passion & Provision® training course for Business leaders. It's a very vulnerable and emotional episode, so get ready!

How to Craft Your Company's Vision [Podcast]

August 28, 2018

Episode 55: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the key components needed to craft your company's Vision. If you've heard the terms core ideology, BHAG, or Mission Statement kicked around, but have never had a clear grasp of their meaning,...

Recognizing Your Business's Blindspots [Podcast]

November 7, 2017

Episode 36: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss what it means to have blindspots in your business. To get from point A to point B you need some kind of reference point. But what if that reference point is poor quality or out-of-date?...

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