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Author: Clinton Kehr

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The Liminal One Project is a weekly podcast that provides applicable knowledge and skills for leading and managing change. It explores the ways in which people and organization can improve to meet maximum efficiency and happiness. New episodes released every Wednesday.
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In Episode 63, Optimize Your Personal Data for Success, we discuss Big Data and how the giants use it to create your experience. Why then, are we not collecting and using our own data to life our best life. Spend time using the I Know, You Know and the SWOT Analysis to collect data and use it to optimize your goals and your life. It more effective than just hoping you get it right. 
We love positive criticism, but not so much the negative. Why? There are many reason that humans don't like the negative. However, the negative, if constructive, is just as beneficial as the positive. For true change, and going off after your goals, you need to find honest, trustworthy people, who are willing to give you positive, and especially negative constructive criticism. It will provide impactful benefits for your change and your life. Let go of your ego and let your guard down; accept criticism with open arms. 
In today's world, there are thousands of noises that we hear; chatter of the everyday and people that we interact with. How often though are you listening, opposed to just hearing. The benefits of effective listening are vast, including picking up on positive signs that relate to unanswered questions. By merely paying attention, we will start to realize that many answers are right in front of us. This also goes for listening to ourselves when physically and mentally we are feeling great or like we should retreat. Pay attention to yourself and spend more time on listening. 
Do you Act or React?

Do you Act or React?

2019-06-1900:19:12

Are you acting or reacting? Last week, I took a training on active shooter. Unfortunately, we have to be concerned with these events. A key concept in that training is to Act, not React. This is the same in professional sports...Acting scores points. The best run up the scoreboards. As we think about acting or reacting, we tend to react. We react to deadlines, time...and usually it causes stress, fatigue and missed opportunity. Instead, I suggest that we should focus on those tasks firsts, those we don't want to really do. Act on them, and you will be much happier. You will also accomplish your goals. 
Don't fake it until you make it; you'll get called out. If you want to be a motivational speaker or write a book, first live your story. People don't listen to people who pulled a presentation from a newspaper. Focus on your journey, create the changes you need to get there and let the story tell itself. This week, we discuss why staying authentic even when you focus on change, will provide greater success. Actually, being authentic is usually what takes people to living their best life and the ability to tell to others. 
Leading and Managing Change

Leading and Managing Change

2019-06-0500:17:27

The Liminal One Project, where we focus our conversation on leading and managing change. I don't remember when that tagline started but I do remember why I created it. As we think about our lives, what we want, and the changes we want to see; we need to lead those changes. However, things do come at us from outside of our control and require us to manage them. Tune-in this week surrounding why it's great to lead change, and only manage change, when absolutely necessary. 
It's Okay to Quit

It's Okay to Quit

2019-05-2900:19:09

In this episode, we discuss why and when it is okay to quit. This goes for jobs, starting a business, changes you want to see. Sometimes you heart and gut are just not in it. You need to walk away and gain back some time, happiness and the opportunity for your next change.  At the heart of this you need to fall, be resilient and fail forward. This concept of It's Okay to Quit is not for the quick decision, times are tough today, but for the person who knows this doesn't feel right, and I'm no longer motivated. This acceptance, I quit,  will create a stronger, newly energized, you. 
In episode 56, we take a look at self growth. We all grow from an infant stage and eventually, we start to grow old. Along the way, we have ample opportunity to grow mentally, personally, spiritually, and emotionally. Don't waste time in non-sense daily activities, when you have the ability to reach your goals and full potential by focusing on growth opportunities. There are many avenues of learning and development (gaining knowledge), and when combined has extraordinary outcomes. 
The Most Valuable Resource

The Most Valuable Resource

2019-05-1500:20:55

Episode 55 focuses on the most valuable asset for all humans; time. It's the why business pay us to work, and yet when we need to pay ourselves, it seems to be the biggest struggle for most people. We need to turn our attention to understanding the value of this resource and that we never know when it will expire. When looking at time through this lens, we start to realize that we are wasting a lot of it. To focus on effectively maximizing the value, you can audit your time, sent limits to activities, prioritize, and understand the cost of what your time is worth. Focus on your time, and your goals will come to life. 
The Spirit of Change

The Spirit of Change

2019-05-0800:18:29

Do you have the Spirit of Change? Welcome to Session 2, where we start off our conversation surrounding what it take to create impactful change in your life. There are many sets of D's - three of which I find that build that fire in your belly, the Spirit of Change. Dedication, finding the passion. Determination, your purpose and why. And Discipline, set your own rules. Follow these 3 D's to create success in your life and build your Spirit of Change. You do have it. 
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