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The HaBO Village Podcast

4 Crisis Communication Tips for Business Leaders [Podcast]

April 6, 2020

Episode 103: Michael and Kathryn share their recommended communication strategy during times of crisis. If you have employees or clients that you are stewarding right now, knowing these 4 types of communication pathways will help you maneuver...

4 Strategic Things Your Company Needs to Do Right Now [Podcast]

March 27, 2020

Episode 102: Michael and Kathryn get very real about the challenges business leaders are facing during this crisis and break down the 4 strategies that will help you navigate chaotic waters. If you are feeling lonely, confused, or fearful right now-...

Celebrating 100 Episodes [Podcast]

March 13, 2020

Episode 100: Michael and Kathryn celebrate their 100th episode by asking each other 10 important (and hilarious) questions. Things get pretty silly. Join us for some highly contagious laughter in this exuberant 100th podcast episode!

Stories of Passion & Provision (And Why Michael Refused to Mow a Neighbor's Lawn) [Podcast]

March 3, 2020

Episode 99: In this episode, do Michael and Kathryn start off talking about how they recorded an audio book but soon find themselves telling childhood stories about lawn-mowing? Yes. Does it all relate back to the most common problems small business...

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 of...

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 your...

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