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Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Author: Greg Voisen

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332 Episodes
So, what is the difference between the “A” leader and the “B” leader?It really comes down to our attitude, our ability to respond, and how we manage our energy.This is my interview with Amy Jen Su about her new book entitled "The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles for Bringing Out Your Best Self-Every Day."
In a world of accelerating disruption and staggering uncertainty, agile organizations that can assess and respond to change in real time gain an aggressive edge over competitors in the market.This is my interview with General Charles Jacoby about his new book entitled "Agility: How to Navigate the Unknown and Seize Opportunity in a World of Disruption".
In this podcast, author Adam Kreek and I discuss his new book entitled "The Responsibility Ethic" and the disciplines that are required to achieve “gold” – but just as importantly how to take responsibility for our fear of failure.We all want to achieve the goals we set, yet there is much to be learned and enjoyed in not achieving every single goal, every single time. What we experience during the process of reaching and failing can change our lives for the better, forever.
In this interview, "Contagious You" author Anese Cavanaugh and I speak about the importance of intentions, energy, and presence to the development of the individual and the culture of any organization.
This is my interview with Victoria Roos Olsson about her new book entitled " Everyone Deserves A Great Manager"
This is my interview with Whitney Johnson about her new book entitled "Build and A Team."
This is my interview with author Jason Harris about his new book entitled "The Soulful Art of Persuasion".
This is my interview with author Leo Bottary about his new book entitled " What Anyone Can Do". Please enjoy this engaging interview with author Leo Bottary.
This is my interview with Dan Pelino the author of a new book entitled " Trusted Healers". Please enjoy this informative interview with a pioneer in the healthcare field Dan Pelino.
We would all like to have the ability to see around corners so that we know what is coming at us. This is especially true in business with all the consistent change in our ever evolving business marketplace.In my interview with Rita McGrath the author of a new book entitled ” Seeing Around Corners-How to Spot Inflection Points In Business Before they Happen” she provides glimpses into how we can be better at seeing what she refers to as “inflection points”.
In this podcast interview with author and coach Pamela Mitchell we speak about her book "The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention" in which she guides us through how to navigate the ever changing landscape of the job markets.
We are all aware of drama in the workplace, and the costs both economically and emotionally are staggering. My guest on this podcast author David Emerald speaks about his new book entitled ” 3-Vital Questions-Transforming Workplace Drama.” Enjoy this great interview!
We have all heard the word “nincompoop” and know what is means, but what is “Nincompoopery!”?In my interview with author John Brandt we discuss his new book “Nincompoopery: Why Your Customers Hate You – And How to Fix It.”
"Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” – Marcel Proust.This is a wonderful quote in the opening of May Mc Carthy’s new book “The Gratitude Formula-A 7 Step Success System to Create A Life that You Love“. It is something to contemplate and really instrospect about, what and who make you happy, and what are you grateful for in your life everyday?
How would you like to learn MIT’s 4-year computer science curriculum in less that twelve months? The guest of this podcast Scott H. Young and the author of a new book entitled “Ultralearning – Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career” did exactly that and many other interesting self-education projects.In this interview we discuss the techniques that Scott learned, and that almost anyone can learn to become an Ultralearner. “Although the Ultralearners are an extreme group of people, this approach to things holds potential for normal professionals and students", states Scott.
In my recent interview with Rich Karlgaard, the publisher of Forbes Magazine, we discussed his new book entitled "Late Bloomers – The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement". Rich argues that our obsession with early achievement runs counter to our psychological and neurological development. This is not only damaging to individuals, but to society as a whole.
We all know that there are only two important emotions, love and fear. If we come from fear we are often coming from a position of contraction and defensiveness. If we allow our love to be experienced we can have a lasting effect on everyone we meet and the work we passionately embrace.This is the premise of author and my guest on this podcast Steve Farber. Steve is the author of a new book entitled " Love is Just Damn Good Business-Do What you Love in Service of People Who Love What you Do". As we all know love has a reputation as the softest of all topics, and is what many people think they must suppress to become successful. But the cultures of today's leading companies suggest that the opposite is true: Love is, in fact a hardcore business principle that is essential to leading winning organizations and to elevate the customer experience to new heights.
I recently conducted this interview because almost anything that Mike does is worth checking out, and especially if you are a fan of Sketchnoting like myself. If you are not a Sketchnoter but are just looking for a really high quality ideabook to springboard your ideas into products, services or whatever you are dreaming to do, then you will want to participate in the Kickstarter campaign for the Sketchnote Ideabook.
In my recent interview with author Charlie Gilkey about his new book entitled “Start Finishing-How to Go From Idea to Done” we discuss his solutions for not only staying on purpose, but getting your projects completed while maintaining a sense of simplicity and ease.
In my recent interview with author and cultural transformation consultant Jason Richmond we discuss his new book entitled “Culture Spark – 5 Steps to Ignite and Sustain Organizational Growth”.In our podcast together, Jason discusses his model for assisting an organization in understanding their culture, what might be missing from the cultural formula and how to fix the issues that keep a company from performing with exceptional leadership, innovation and creativity.
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