21 Burst results for "Wakeman"
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"Welcome to another of the no ego podcasts where I sai- Wakeman, help you walk to your world more peacefully and skillfully as the leader we are so grateful to have a significant number of new listeners who've joined our audience recently. I am getting more and more questions that indicate we would all benefit from a revisiting of the basics of the reality based leadership philosophy. It seems like a great time to grounded ourselves in the core principles of the bluffing and to really focus on modernizing are basically ship approach. So we are heading back to season one. This podcast is a really broadcasts of my episodes taped in our early days. The podcast you're about to hear was recorded long before the world health crisis and long before we were listening. So intently to the reality of the people of Color in our. Please, remember to always tend to the person I with a ton of love and empathy before you seek to make a call to greatness in the moment as a later. Remember the approaches that I teach are based on a firm foundation of care and empathy for the individual. A solid relationship where people are convinced that you care about them use your discernment. Remember that love always wins. It's always the first move evolving. Your own self is the second move, which is both necessary and helpful before you're really qualified to lead anyone else especially in their current reality. Please share these podcasts with your teams. Get a lot of people to subscribe. This is like free training for your groups if you want the latest and newest content from me. Over the next few months you have to join life's messy live happy group but hurry up his registration closes soon. Be Safe be well, and let's take good care of each other. These are unprecedented times for sure. But these are times we can't shy away from what needs to be done as leaders right now, we are the ones who are here right now for a reason to co create a better workplace and world place don't let this opportunity pass you by enjoy season one replays. This is the no ego podcasts where we the drama and entitlement enhance your workplace. I'm signed Wakeman. In..
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"Welcome to another of the no ego podcasts where I sai- Wakeman, help you walk to your world more peacefully and skillfully as the leader we are so grateful to have a significant number of new listeners who've joined our audience recently. I am getting more and more questions that indicate we would all benefit from a revisiting of the basics of the reality based leadership philosophy. It seems like a great time to grounded ourselves in the core principles of the loss of eighty and to really focus on modernizing are basically ship approach. So we are heading back to season one. This podcast is a really broadcasts of one of my episodes taped in our early days. The podcast you're about to hear was recorded long before the world health crisis and long before we were listening. So intently to the reality of the people of Color in our. Please remember to always tend to the person I with a ton of love and empathy before you seek to make a call to greatness in the moment as a later. Remember the approaches that I teach are based on a firm foundation of care and empathy for the individual a solid relationship where people are convinced that you care about them use your discernment remember that Love. Always wins. It's always the first move evolving your own self is the second move, which is both necessary and helpful before you're really qualified to lead anyone else especially in their current reality. Please, share these podcasts with your teams. Get a lot of people to subscribe. This is like free training for your groups if you want the latest and newest content from me. Over the next few months you have to join life's messy live happy group but hurry up his registration closes soon. Be. Safe be well and let's take good care of each other. These are unprecedented times for sure. But these are times we can't shy away from what needs to be done as leaders right now we are the ones who are here right now for a reason to co create a better workplace and workplace don't let this opportunity pass you by enjoy season one replays. This is the no ego podcasts where we the drama and entitlement enhance your world place I'm Cy Wakeman. Welcome back to the PODCASTS. No Ego I'm Cy Wakeman and I have begun this podcast to start to introduce people to ways in which they can move beyond their ego so that they can create the results that they desire both at work and at home he us all about better results and more happiness and definitely more peace, and there are some certain things that. If you just become familiar with how you move to the world that we can teach you skills so that you can move to the world more skillfully and today I WanNa talk about a concept called co creation I meet with people all over the country the world actually and one frequent question I get is how do I get other people to empower me people? Really feel like they could do a lot better job if they just had more power and so quest for many humans is how to get more empowerment and people I think are a little shocked at my response because instead of finding ways to get more power if you're seeking empowerment must advice is to step into the power. You already have see most of us. Are playing small rather than large most of us have power to sit up speak up join in but the ultimate power really could be that one of CO creation we have this power that we aren't using that I wanNA teach you today to really consider how you can benefit from the relationship of Co creation the cycle of CO creation in your everyday lives. When I was in college I was interacting with some people that were studying quantum physics and I was always fascinated with some of the things they were learning and the thing that I found holy fascinating was The observer of facts. As, they shared it with me it was that the observer of experiments. A. Were impacts the experiment just by observing there is no action that doesn't have an effect on the world. So if I'm observing an experiment and I'm observing light it ex differently when I'm not observing it and that was mind blowing to me because it opens up a connection between quantum physics and what I've believed for a long time is that whether or not? We believe our own thinking can actually really determine an implant some of the results that we get in. Life that if I want to be empowered, I can step up to the power already have and one of the greatest powers it seems to me is a process of what I would call co creation. I want you to learn to use this observer fact that's been proven scientifically to create results than were desirable, and also the by product is that you'll be a lot more peaceful a lot happier. Here's how I think about it in the process of CO creation. I began to notice that there are many times in my life that rather than saying neutral about something or rather than using kind of powers for good like assuming noble intent or giving people the benefit of the doubt the I instead move to the the worst case scenario I believe my own thinking about the worst motive possible. When in facts I know very little about the situation by. To get me thinking I know things for sure and when I'm believing my ego, I definitely assume things for the worse rather than the better. So here's how I describe to people co creation, and then we'll talk about how you can use that positive impacts. Most people don't realize how often they co create some negative results just by either the story they make up or the ego narration they believe and acted out and Co create negative results rather than positive ones..
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"Take the eagles word for it there's only one explanation why anything can be happening. But if I stop believing everything I think I can grow this capacity called mental flexibility where I can come up with maybe a hundred different scenarios or reasons about why things could be happening and then I can go to this grand step of relying on a belief system that says. The Universe is benevolence that things happen in my favor. I can really go beyond just taking the eagles word for it and saying, you know what? Let me look straight into reality what is happening and let me get mentally flexible. Why could this be happening my highest benefit and that really leads you into being a better co-creator gives you a sense of being more empowered all topics that we're going to cover in other podcasts but I just wanted to introduce today the concept that the Eagle is always narrating your worlds that it's really a distorted filter. M. My hope for us you get. In touch with that and that you stop believing everything you think I. Hope you'll join me for my next podcast and we'll go a little deeper into co creation and how the EGO can actually If you believe it move to a place where you're creating the exact opposite of what you want I hope that you tune in and that you're also following me on social media at Sei Wakeman and you're subscribe to argue to channel, which is youtubecom backslash Cy Wakeman I. Hope for all of you. You have a great peaceful day at work this completely drama free. Thanks for tuning in. This is the no ego podcasts where we did the drama and entitlement in transform your world place I'm signed Wakeman..
How to Prevent Problems in Your Business Before They Happen
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how to prevent problems in your business before they happen. So in the early days of business, correct me if I'm wrong Neil I think for most people it's you're finding that you are constantly putting out fires you're dealing with the important and urgent. Now, the problem with that cycle is that more fires will pop up and just continue putting. them out and you never get to solve what is actually urgent or not urgent but important, and these are the long-term foundational things that will help the business and a couple episodes going and the odd turn it over to you knew you were actually just mentioning something about the number one way to scale your marketing. So I think that actually applies here is while they want to kind of go over that again. Yes. So we talked about the number one. Way To scale your marketing we broke down a lot of is process oriented as you're doing things that worked out really well create processes from sin. The way anyone can take him over and continuing going forward with it and scale it up for the things that don't work well document. Why didn't it work hypothesis numbers data backing everything up so that way people know hey, for all the towns that are working event, you'll have a ton of processes that people. Can take over and continue scallop for the stuff that's not working. When they're try new experiments, they can use the data on. Hey, why did this thing work in the past? Would we learn from that as for the stuff that worked? Hey, what were the processes what worked on that and how we can we apply those to these new towns were considering going after? Yes I'm GonNa get specific with these processes so if you are looking for every single companies have Operating System. Once you have a couple of employs you need to be thinking about can I be using traction, which is the entrepreneurs operating system or can be scaling up which is a when you're when you're falling traction. Make sure you by the right traction book. There's two of them don't buy the wrong one. I've had too many people that worked with by the wrong. Oh Yeah. So that's a good point. Gino Wakeman is the author of of this traction. And Scaling Up is from Verne Harnish, who is the founder of Yo entrepreneurs organization, and there's a lot of these different types of operating systems. But these are just two books that I've read but these will teach you how to set a cadence for your company each week. So week, let's say your leadership team you get together you talk about a scorecard that you're going through a real quick. You're talking about you know different rocks or objectives and key results that. You may have set and you are then going to spend a lot of time solving issues, right so maybe sixty minutes of the time, it's ninety minute meeting is ideas identified, discuss and solve, and you can do that. Once to get certain size, you might grow pass this Eos operating system and start to move scaling up or you might create your own version of it right now, the whole idea here is that yarn effect talking about these long term issues And putting a solution in place so you can actually solve that problem and not let it happen again I think in these books as while they also will give you a cadence for what is your quarterly planning every ninety days you do a quarterly planning, what is your annual planning look like as well? Also, there's a book called the three Hag way. So that's a three year planning. Okay, and then you have a be hag which was attended twenty five year. Outlook Right. So you have all these. Right and I think it's also really important. Every quarter what you're trying to do is you ask yourself, Hey, guys, what should we start doing? What should we stop doing and what should we keep doing right? So you have all of these systems in place denise point processes important process will help you scale. You have all these systems in place where hopefully anybody can run the business. Right? Let's say to see you maybe quits leaves whatever or get sick or whatever. You can just plug someone and you're good to go. Right you WANNA make your business defensible and that's what a real businesses otherwise at the end of date once the true business value. There Neil and another thing that you can end up doing to prevent problems I learned this from watching a lot of interviews online and funny enough walking the interviews is kind of similar to the advice that I got from watching Egon must and Elon Musk ended up saying look there's so many CEO's over the years business concepts principles haven't really changed too much. So there's a lot of books on tape of all these successful CEOS from like the IBM CEO to muster whatever it may be people talking about that airs mistakes they made read from, learn them and try to avoid the mistakes that they break down because he's concepts and principles are very similar. and. The moment that you start making the same ones that other people used to make you're going to not succeed really right. But if you avoid making mistakes that other great people have made before you, you're much more likely to succeed because although be left to the stuff that you should be doing. That's a really good point I think learning from CEO interviews or even joining peer groups like you know entrepreneurs organization or wipe yo or visages a lot of these different peer groups that are out there I know for me when I was about twenty seven when I took over single grain, there's a lot that I didn't know and you don't know what you don't know and. These people will guide you because they've been there before you know they'll talk about things that you would have never
"wakeman" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone and welcome to another paid for Friday episode where we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job. Publishing leadership content that resonates with us. We include links to their work and him on our post to make sure that they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say. Thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders, sharing their thoughts, opinions and ideas online for all the scene here. Chris and I have always wanted our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership, and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills, the different perspectives and approaches. If you'd like us. Check out any one specific. Please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content on this episode. I WANNA recognize Cy Wakeman. Size of drama researcher International Speaker on Leadership Management a New York, times, bestselling author, a global thought leader in a podcasting peer host of the No Eagle podcast. Originally discovered cy from an article about leadership podcast and I did what I normally do. Walk the dogs and check out an episode. I really enjoyed size, honest and authentic advice. In a recent episode size spoke about resilience and I loved how she explained that resilience is a personal journey requiring a lot of self reflection, self, contemplation, self, self, self, and readiness is what the leaders of an organization are responsible for in other words, leaders are responsible for providing even plainfield filled with challenges and experiences that increase knowledge, push against complacency and require grit and perseverance. Everyone is responsible for themselves and can decide to navigate that field and stay committed to see themselves through it. Obviously leaders show them. There's a path and sometimes help to illuminated, but resilience is a result of that personal push. Want to better yourself every day. So I highly recommend checking outside content as she has tons of podcast in articles and posts, and all types of amazing leadership content have included the links to her Lincoln profile and podcast in the episode notes Great Job Cy in thanks for helping others to Hashtag, be a better leader. Thanks for listening and let us know who else deserves kudos..
Cy Wakeman Is Paying It Forward
"On this episode. I WANNA recognize Cy Wakeman. Size of drama researcher International Speaker on Leadership Management a New York, times, bestselling author, a global thought leader in a podcasting peer host of the No Eagle podcast. Originally discovered cy from an article about leadership podcast and I did what I normally do. Walk the dogs and check out an episode. I really enjoyed size, honest and authentic advice. In a recent episode size spoke about resilience and I loved how she explained that resilience is a personal journey requiring a lot of self reflection, self, contemplation, self, self, self, and readiness is what the leaders of an organization are responsible for in other words, leaders are responsible for providing even plainfield filled with challenges and experiences that increase knowledge, push against complacency and require grit and perseverance. Everyone is responsible for themselves and can decide to navigate that field and stay committed to see themselves through it. Obviously leaders show them. There's a path and sometimes help to illuminated, but resilience is a result of that personal push. Want to better yourself every day. So I highly recommend checking outside content as she has tons of podcast in articles and posts, and all types of amazing leadership content have included the links to her Lincoln profile and podcast in the episode notes Great Job Cy in thanks for helping others to Hashtag, be a better leader.
Next Week A Review Of John Wick: Chapter 3
"Our John wick chapter three pair of elbow reviewing XP. We're a great draft next week. We're going to do like whatever you classify John, wick Ethan, hunt and all them as bad ass movie characters. We'll figure something out starting for John tro. I'm excited for John wick. And it's getting great reviews. It is not that I had any fears about the movie a new right? I wasn't scared. I'm just excited for another John Wakeman. I kind of want to watch the first one at least for going into it. I might actually do that as my watch the first one tonight, second kid myself hyped up again.
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"So that leads me to the second learning moment that I had from Cy. And this was after I gone through all of the Cy Wakeman training at my organization, and I was a leader and gotten promoted, and I was feeling like awesome. Because the stuff that I learned from reality base leadership was totally counter intuitive to any leadership bootcamp information I've ever heard it was counterintuitive to the HR information. I was learning in my in my graduate education. And so I was like I want to go be an HR. I want to transform the world of HR and do this thing. And so I got a promotion and. Was all excited. I was working in a new department, and once all of that kind of excitement were off once the honeymoon of the new job or off I recognized that perhaps the situation that I had gotten myself into wasn't what I thought it was the halo that I had around my boss. Maybe wasn't as big as I thought it should be. And so everyone else in my work environment was showing up in different ways than I dreamed. It was gonna be I had this halo. And so all of a sudden, I recognize that the reality was and the reality is an only every workplace that I work for you know, what I had a boss that preferred to communicate differently than I did I worked for an organization that maybe didn't have a strategy. That was as clear as I thought it should be. I was working in a new team with technology that I thought wasn't up to par of what I thought it should be. She and there were silos there were different ways of communicating and you know, folks, were, you know, scheduling so many meetings, and I thought that there were so many meetings in there wasn't the best technology, and there was too much work and people were suing any swim lanes in all these other stories you guys recognize that and what I recognized was like that was just my reality. And these realities were very difficult. We were a brand new organization we were a brand new department. We have lots of things to figure out, but I had to be careful not to wish for perfect circumstances. Because perfect circumstances. Like if I had the perfect boss with a perfect strategy and perfect Email communication, and we.
"wakeman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Classic radio on Hollywood three six. Now, let's get back to lights out. John. Everything will be all right. Laze. Mark entirely to blame for what happened. Talking like that. Preposterous say you're to blame. She was his cO John the suggestion that she was a cat congressman and unguarded moments and resulted in temporary neurosis. Pitchers. Crush. He'll be all right. Little rare quiet a few days be forgotten. Sleeping. I gave she's resting comfortably. But I tell you she's sleeping job. No. But. Got. Sure. Sure. All right. Don't you got to be sure? Lease had a hard time of it better. Get the vet and get some rest this. I got to say it again. I got the big shovel. She's all right. I know I tell you. Well. Very quiet. She's resting very nicely. Look at. No, no, no, John Wakeman. John..
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"That people have their the accumulation of all their intersections of where they came from and how they grew up the, I have to keep putting open heart and open minds and I have to be careful, but I don't see insult where there isn't any so's. I know the summons behavior I am might find that I'm insulted by that or I'm offended by it. I have to be account. To my myself to some sorting because we're all going to live things that are triggering for folks. And a lot of times a single effort can bring up a lot of the past, and we need to really walk carefully through the world's in edit our own stories in my husband wants brought up this concept of being careful not to not be truthful transparent, but we were really struggling at one time as we're trying to bring blended families together, and we're trying to move through some tough parenting issues in. We tend to overrate act and attended the personalized things, and he came up with the ideas like he knows we're at this part of our journey. What if we both committed to just being very careful, very gentle, very sensitive as we move through some really tough topics. And my hope is for some of us have some pent-up anchor about some of the things that we have endured, that we can be careful with one another and editor. Own stories. So any time you were seeing some ice behavior and you find yourself adding. And this means that that is adding ego in story. It's a time to be very careful that your not applying a story to that individual. I had this happened to me just the other night. I got my plane and I was being by driver and there's a man holding a sign that said, sai- Wakeman and I walked up and he didn't really greet me. And I was basically like kind of wave at him and and say, I think you're my driver and he looked at me, will it shocked? And he said, I'm, oh, Kay. Well on. Do we have to wait for your husband? And I tell you that my reaction was with story. I was like, are you kidding me? Like? Can't he imagine that a female would have driver? I mean, this other medically assumed that you know, it's my husband's and I started..
"wakeman" Discussed on No Ego
"This is the no ego podcasts where we ditched the drama and entitlement and transform your role place. I'm signed Wakeman. When of the things I'm finding is that people are having a really difficult time saying, Yes, What's next? So as the market shows us where we could go knacks as our customers generate a need for what snacks as the world continues to change, there's an ability people need to have that can just say, yes, I'm onboard. Let's take Oliver energy and not focus on way we can't or why we shouldn't have to, but can just see where things are going and joyfully say yes to what's next. And when I talk to people about the ability, say yes to what's next, they really feel like they owe it to their employees, like part of their job is keeping people safe and very quickly saying no, until we know more. And as a leader, I often say your job isn't to manage. People as much as it is to manage energy and managing energy away from why we can't to how we could or managing energy away from why we shouldn't have to end this tantrum about where Reality's moving and really take that energy and focus into how we could move people from opinion to expertise. And so I thought it'd be time to dig deep into this whole process of saying, yes, because I find that the folks who are quick to say no. Use their opinion to talk a lot about why it won't work. And I think that it's a strategy because if they don't block what's changing, they might be exposed as not competent or not ready for what's next because the ability to be able to say yes to what's next has to do with your readiness. So so many people talked me about changes hard, and I let them know that that whole changes hard story is an ego story. Sea change is only hard for the unready if I've kept my skills up and I've never skipped an upgrade on my phone and using employer, give me a new smartphone. It's not threatening. I go to the cloud. I download what I wanna keep, and I move on joyfully so excited about new functionality in the better camera, and I even positive on the. Gauge -ment survey. I'm like, oh my gosh, they gave me some new tools, but if I'm not ready for what snacks have. I'm still using the flip phone I've had.
Paul Taylor, giant of modern dance, dead at 88
"Now to remember one of the most prolific and influential figures in the world of modern dance Paul Taylor the movements he created on stage were inspired, by, everyday, people doing everyday things. And that, includes people, doing nothing. At all. His approach. Turn audiences away at first but he eventually turn them around with dances he created for. The company he founded these were works that were. Eventually adopted by other dance companies around the world Paul Taylor died of renal failure yesterday in Manhattan at the age of eighty eight
"wakeman" Discussed on Z100
"The time yeah where he always checks whenever we're anywhere in the world and he sees the olive garden he takes a picture of checks and online at the honor guard he's never been to an olive garden he never know yesterday we were driving out to six out to home depot and wakeman's on that kind of stuff and he's slowdown white there's an olive garden he had to get a picture of it eight in the morning he's like i'm going to tell our friends that they now serve breakfast at olive garden in his friends believe he's never been somewhere in foreign country and he checked into the card there's absolutely no way the olive garden flew into by like invented an olive garden would you order this the sirloin at chucky cheese to send a text and saying they would order the cuban at arby's yeah i i would do that too great tea and i have gone out to dinner before to a steakhouse he orders the fish some steakhouse have great fish steakhouse it's called the state house for a reason this great fish steakhouse to a seafood place i'm going to order a steak because i don't eat seafood but i'm going to go to the scene if all your friends are going and they all like seafood you're not going to hold them back from going where they wanna go hold on only one free danielle and these are great the taco bell fries if you had those oh brought them in here quick check fries i keep telling you about those that keeps quickly you're gonna quit for coffee and gas soup they have the best super quick and cheese the mac and cheese in so chipper market sushi okay speaking of i wanted to say something by the way we're getting way too excited about this point of conversation is a lot of these new baseball parks right there if you ever foods now i can't go there sitting excellency in sushi at a baseball game why not get sushi at ballpark food exactly hi leslie cocoa van at chili's.
"wakeman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"All right that's the way that's the margaret and then i've reprimanded him jen i said no i said dr jack says you eat food stop looking at the dessert menu for one last food news story is a study that finds wegmans wakeman's near you don't know about how good they are wagmans w e g m a n s headquartered i think either in buffalo rochester new york upstate new york wakeman families still run the supermarket chain a hundred and thirty two restaurants mostly in the northeast they are the favourite grocery store in the country more they surpass wholefoods publix markets trader joe's actually i was really surprised public's came in second in this survey as nothing about a public market i thought was very special at all mostly in the southeast florida is where they're headquartered you find them in the southeastern states i don't know that there i'm so what makes it special for those of us on the west coast to have never been actually victoria and i were talking about this off the air the i like the presentation i don't agree with you that it's hard to find things i just find it interesting because you're shopping for grocery groceries now i think that's why layout every every everybody for fruit fruit i get some fresh fresh sometimes veggies lettuce and saying you stick to produce an ice cream and so those two are those are never by screaming storm by.
"wakeman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Or about to wrap up the program for today ladies and gentlemen and again rather eclectic when we talk about the gallup poll when we talk about wakeman supermarkets and the various produce and approaches to grilling when we talk about the stock market international affairs sectors of the investment world that's an eclectic show and what i want to finish the program with is a little bit of suggestion for you if you're in your retirement years or soon to be retired i want to emphasize you reach a juncture point in your life where you start to say okay i've won the game i've accumulated money do i stop playing who i begin to take some of the chips off the table and at what point do i become less aggressive is very difficult if you have made money in the investment world to say okay i don't need to die the richest guy in the graveyard i need to protect what i have so from the accumulation phase you go to the distribution phase perhaps you wanna have a legacy so if you have enjoyed the ride in our current stock market you have to analyze are you overly exposed any one particular sector are you too aggressive based upon your age and what is your goal at a point in time if you are in a position where you are relishing the growth that you have had how are you going to feel if all of a sudden that growth erodes and deteriorates you're gonna kick yourself you know where because you will have said to yourself i should have taken chips off the table i can't make it back my time horizon does not allow it any longer so i want you to call me i want to invite you to have a discussion with me as to how perhaps you can readjust your portfolio's stay in the game but quit being aggressive with a large portion of your money if you have a lot in one particular stock and i speak with people who have you can diversify don't fall in love with any one particular company they don't know you you know them because they're a piece of paper when they have their board meetings do you really know what's going on in the board of directors meetings then all of a sudden is a shock to you.
"wakeman" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors
"Exactly you're so right and fall this is wanted to find out more about you'll services how can they do that denise my website is at denise wakeman dot com and you'll point lots of content there as well as ways to contact me i do offer you know a discovery call of somebody's curious about you know what we can do one on one and there's a link on my site there and i also have a marketing community that's a social and support community for entrepreneurs and business owners who are looking for a way to connect with other people and get that real world support and help so instead of taking another class like you can ask somebody's already been there done that that kind of thing we're talking about the learning lab earlier and that's that's where people get access to learning labs to where we look at what's happening and what's trending with working what's not working and yes the i do people being able to exchange well i worked with so and so in this worked or didn't work because as you said rightly so that there is just so much out this so much noise as and people doing a lot of trial and error and we're trying to direct them into an area and work with people who really are knowledgeable like him on the particular areas of expertise and if you were to leave on listeners with a golden nugget denise what with that the.
"wakeman" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors
"If you're an author or plan to be one get excited because this podcast is for you book marketing mentors is the only podcast dedicated to helping you successfully market and sell your book if you're ready for him powering conversations with successful marketing nathan's then grab a coffee or tea and listen to your host international bestselling author susan freedman welcome to marketing mentors the weekly podcast where you learn proven strategies tools ideas and tips from the most as every week reduce you to a marketing monster who will share their expertise to help you market and selma books today my special guest is a digital marketing expert denise wakeman is the founder of marketing trail blazers community since nineteen ninetysix denise has worked with hundreds of creative professionals and online entrepreneurs around the world to help them build their business and strategically use social marketing to get more visibility traffic leads customers and opportunities denise is passionate about travel and how it can inspire you to think bigger and go for what's possible in your business and life as an early adopter an active experimental denise helps you navigate the adventures of growing your business on the web denise what a pleasure and honor it is to welcome you to the show thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor well it's my pleasure thank you for the invitation susan i appreciate it denise you're an online expert on visibility and i think that's a great place for us to start so let's first of all talk about the importance for listeners to have an online presence and be visible online.
"wakeman" Discussed on Love Your Work
"That you get and this is what i love so much about size book no ego it is a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining your workplace but at the same time it's a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining yourself and sabotaging your own potential so i'm really excited to have her on the show today by the way quick no i'm going to sound kind of bad in this conversation we had some technical difficulties i lost my concentration i didn't consult my checklist and i had the wrong mike active now fortunately sei is doing most of the talking and she sounds great now i just wanted to say a quick hello and thank you to mary marut on twitter she shared love your work with her twitter's ballers saying podcast alert at cavs love your work never fails to inspire me and help me think in new ways even when i don't think i'm going to be interested highly suggest you give it a listen hashtag never fails thank you so much mary if you are enjoying love your work please share with your friends it's been a while since the show has grown i for one thing there is a lot of really good stuff that people are missing out on now if you want to help keep love your work going by the way donations really really help about half of production costs are listener supported through donations just a coffee a month from another twenty or so people and production costs would be fully listener supported so if you want to be a part of bringing love your work into the world if you want to know that you are helping bring love your work to thousands of people each week donate on patriotic visit kademi dot net slash donate again that is tabby dot net slash donate here is cy wakeman.
"wakeman" Discussed on Love Your Work
"This is love your work on this show we help you find success on your own terms i'm david caddy i've been an independent creator for more than ten years written a couple bestselling books is i'm packers now the heart to start if you're new here welcome again i'm david kennedy if you want to join us here on love your work every thursday please hit subscribe on your podcast app and there's a new place that you can subscribe to love your work love your work is now an amazon echo skill you can listen to love your work on your amazon echo this is different from listening via bluetooth or on tune in this is much easier to add the skill say alexa and able love your work it's very important by the way to use the word enable and not add i had some trouble with it at first alexa and able love your work also you can search on the alexa app or visit caddy dot net slash alexa if you enjoyed last week's essay about taking your own advice you were going to i love this conversation today side wakeman is the founder of reality based leadership she wrote a book called no ego and no ego is a leadership book which is an unusual read for me since i'm a solo por newer but i couldn't put it down you might hear me talk about ego from time to time i think my conversation with ryan holiday back on episode thirty one was the first time i was really thinking about ego he wrote the book ego is the enemy since then i've come to realize that he go is the number one enemy that can hold you back from reaching your creative potential your ego will keep you from being accountable to yourself and what you went to accomplish it will direct your attention outside of you and cause you to blame others it will cause you to make limiting excuses for yourself but if you're able to bypass your own ego something magical happens you start to concentrate on what you can control you start to see a connection between your actions and the results.
"wakeman" Discussed on WLOB
"The sarcophagi the most powerful rulers of our ancient world the federal took most occurred was there in the great ramsis the german gentleman discovered that he was standing amidst the birthday lead remains a fourth defeat rose forty good oh what a wonderful day that must have been for archaeology would egypt miss lambert beset cover i continued the mummies of the federal were taken by barge down denial to the museum at cairo the egyptian people reacted as if they were witnessing the funeral a beloved monarch recently dead the line the river banks to watch my father hate me hi yup on your shoulders so i could see my mother mcdermott creators is the boot glided slowly past men fired their rifles in salute we've been former too long at the water's edge tearing their hair and wailing their high cry grief the kid heated skin we lemon tation foot long gone boards an ancient cry of morning echoing gone from the days of the pedroia's themselves the work here in the valley means a great deal to you doesn't pruitt i i like to think my did whose lambert that but we're capable value but i'd ramble too much you know you're using his his it is a serious failing the moon has nearly set behind the hills you should get some sleep well perhaps your igor shortly so i hope we can talk again soon for could deputy check me good nightmares lambert i'm not sure i fully understand you on it you mean you actually saw mohato been my tent not lameduck that maybe come out do you think he might have taken the scarab may be dr where were you when you some we've wakeman far away and this was yesterday afternoon yes dr blunted thank you for telling us i cmo hubs down there at the bottom of the trench would you ask him to come up here police yes doctor i can't believe it is mohara of the one behind all this on shocked could that little hiv squeak caused so much trouble i wouldn't have thought he had the.
"wakeman" Discussed on WGN Radio
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