Posts Tagged ‘action’

Paul Wilkes

Paul Wilkes, The Art of Confession

July 12, 2012

It’s always a delight to talk with a fellow Workman author. Today, I’m chatting with Paul Wilkes a freelance writer for 40 years with a slew of books under his belt including The Art of Confession: Renewing Yourself Through the

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Craig Ross, Degrees of Strength

March 16, 2012

Craig Ross is a CEO, executive facilitator, a coach, and co-author with Steve Vannoy of  Degrees of Strength: The Innovative Technique to Accelerate Greatness.  Today’s conversation is about the new book and how you can accelerate greatness: Craig shares about

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Dov Seidman

Dov Seidman, How We Do Anything is Everything

February 23, 2012

Dov Seidman is the author of a heavy, meaty book called How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything. Dov is the founder and CEO of LRN, which is focused on helping people build ethical corporate cultures and inspiring principled

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Jason Womack, Your Best Just Got Better

January 19, 2012

If being more productive, creating a bigger contribution and tapping into a sense of purpose is something that matters to you, then you’re really going to value this conversation with Jason Womack. Jason is a champion of the psychology of

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Todd Henry

Todd Henry, Accidental Creative

November 9, 2011

Todd Henry is the creator of the popular business podcast Accidental Creative and the author of the new book The Accidental Creative: How to be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice.  As many of you know, my background is in innovation

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Mel Robbins

Mel Robbins, Stop Saying You’re Fine

October 18, 2011

Meet Mel Robbins, who is here on the planet to ignite courage inside of people and give people the permission and tools to be inspired again by life. She is the host of a daily radio show, author of Stop

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Philip Zimbardo

Philip Zimbardo, The Lucifer Effect

May 5, 2011

Today I’m talking to Professor Phil Zimbardo of Stanford University. I came to him through his book The Lucifer Effect which is a powerful and disturbing look at why good people do bad things, based on the findings of the

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Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten, 800-CEO-Reads

April 12, 2011

Today is my first ever pair interview, with the two powerhouses behind the Milwaukee-based business book retailer, 800-CEO-READ. Jack Covert is the president and founder, and Todd Sattersten is the vice president, and these two guys read more business books

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