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The HaBO Village Podcast

How to Survive an Entrepreneurial Seizure [Podcast]

December 15, 2020

Episode 134: Michael and Kathryn talk about entrepreneurial seizures and what to do after you've had one. People start businesses for many reasons, but might not have the 3 things in place needed to beat the business failure rate: A clear vision,...

3 Reasons to Invest in Your Employees [Podcast]

December 8, 2020

Episode 133: Michael and Kathryn talk about why business leaders should invest in their employees and how this will ultimately transform morale, improve retention, and increase profit. If you've ever struggled with prioritizing company culture,...

The 2 Key Characteristics of a Good Leader [Podcast]

November 17, 2020

Episode 131: Michael and Kathryn talk about the 2 main characteristics of a good leader: being self-defined and being a non-anxious presence. Business leaders will always impact those around them (negatively or positively), so find out if your...

Dealing with Complexity - Why It's Not Business as Usual [Podcast]

November 3, 2020

Episode 130: Michael and Kathryn talk about why it's so difficult for business leaders to handle growing complexity (especially in 2020). Find out what Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity have to do with your business amidst local...

How to Love Your Business - With Guest, Debbie King [Podcast]

October 20, 2020

Episode 128: Michael and Kathryn interview Debbie King, the author of Loving Your Business, about how to rethink your relationship with your business and make it work for you. Debbie shares how to start loving your business so you can...

What Core Values and Great Companies Have in Common [Podcast]

October 13, 2020

Episode 127: Michael and Kathryn talk about Core Values and why they matter in the world of business. Every company should have 3 to 5 Core Values so foundational that you would rather close your doors than violate one of them. If you need some...

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