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The Mojo Radio Show is a high-quality radio show that helps you get your mojo working in and out of the workplace. This highly produced weekly podcast features special guests, features, reviews, and information designed to provide tips and tools to get your mojo working. It's an entertaining, engaging and educational radio show for the business professional. Find show notes at http://www.themojoradioshow.com/the-shows.html
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Dr Jason Fox is the leadership guy for people who can't stand motivational speakers. People come to him for his fresh perspectives, contemporary philosophies and ideas in motivation design. He shows Fortune 500 brands like Microsoft, HP, Cisco, Oracle, Toyota, and Xero how to go deep into uncharted territory. This fascinating conversation goes into thinking, productivity, and productive deep thinking.   When people ask Jason what he does, how does he like to reply? To talk about one's self in a covered attempt is to convince you of one's character. Why is this best done as a character? Your authentic self or true self can be dangerous. Why? The authentic self or true self is a fallacy; there is no authentic self. Where does Jason stand? We discuss the Alter Ego Effect by former guest Todd Herman. The Wizard is Jason's word for the year. Did Jason attach values to the word for this year? Jason believes we put on armour to protect ourselves to survive. What is that protection? Jason is guilty of overthinking stuff. Des that get in the way of getting stuff done? Strategy today is driven by two things - bandwagonism or incrementalism. Jason explains. We are being kept captive by outdated views on productivity. What are the old notions? When we say it's a values conflict - could it just be an excuse not to get it done? How does Jason use his journal? How is it set up to log, capture, and retrieve ideas from the past?     LINKS   Dr Jason Fox https://www.drjasonfox.com   Dr Jason Fox podcast  https://www.drjasonfox.com/podcast   Todd Herman https://toddherman.me/about/   The Alter Ego Effect on Amazon https://amzn.to/2vrM0oS   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast     The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Todd Herman, the best-selling author of The Alter Ego Effect, has helped tens of thousands of people achieve their most ambitious goals by creating their best performing self. On the field of play, he's worked one-to-one with people from all backgrounds to help them develop an impenetrable mindset. Businesses, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and the world's best athletes use his Alter Ego Mindset to do the things that matter.   When people ask Todd what he does, how does he like to reply? How do we us The Power of Secret Identities to Transform our Life? Kids have superhero's; why do we grow up and lose touch with this? Is Alter Ego our identity? Are they the same thing? So we can have multiple identities, multiple selves, multiple Alter Ego's?  Do business leaders struggle when they carry their work identity into the home? It's not you that's doing it - does it give us specific approval to step outside ourselves? Todd explains how props can help the Alter Ego.  What is enclosed cognition? How can we assign values to our Alter Ego? Maya Angelou said, "I've run a game on everybody, and I'm going to get found out." Does Todd suffer the imposter syndrome? Should we name our enemy? Has Todd created an Alter Ego to deal with the emotional scarring of his past? Todd's purpose is slowly associated with his family name. Is that an Alter Ego? If Todd could sit with his Granddad today, what would he want to ask him?  One of Todd's Alter Ego on the football field was Geronimo - why? What is it about the spirit of the Native American culture that interests Todd? For Alter Ego to be beneficial, do we first have to know ourselves? Does Todd still wear his Darth Vader helmet to write? How to take on the Alter Ego of Hemingway, Mark Twain or Shakespeare? Todd writes a letter to someone every day, paper and pen, personalised Todd's daily journals     LINKS Todd Herman https://toddherman.me/about/   The Alter Ego Effect on Amazon https://amzn.to/2vrM0oS   The Mojo Radio Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Chip Conley is considered a rebel hospitality entrepreneur. He’s a NY Times bestselling author, and disrupted hospitality - his favorite industry - twice. At 26 he founded Joie de Vivre, transforming an inner-city motel into the second largest boutique hotel brand in America. He sold it and joined Airbnb to help transform the promising start-up into the world’s leading hospitality brand. Today Chip is Airbnb's Strategic Advisor for Hospitality and Leadership. In this show we discuss wisdom, leadership, and creating disruption.   When someone asks Chip what he does, how does he like to reply? How has Chip been able to enjoy longevity in his career? Chip is a leading authority at the intersection of psychology and business. What's right at the heart of that? What was the moment Chip decided to pull the trigger and sell his company? Chip's company Joie De Vivre was the name and the mission. Was that intentional? Was his own mission shared with the company mission? Living intentionally. Reinvention but reintention, what’s Chip’s view? Attachment to an identity can be dangerous. Is there a psychological process people can follow? How did cancer reframe how Chip sees what’s important? Questions hold more power than answers. Why is it we have to promote curiosity? Airbnb founder Brian Chesky - what is the greatest business skill Brian has that Chip truly admires? “Musicians don’t retire, they quit when there is no more music left inside them." What’s Chip’s soundtrack? A profound piece of advise - we listen to the story when we should be should be listening for the story. Why more and more people fear being invisible What has Chip removed from his world in the last 100 days that has had a profound effect on his life? The Modern Elder Academy.   LINKS Chip Conley website https://chipconley.com   Chip Conley Modern Elder Academy https://chipconley.com/modern-elder-academy   Patreon for The Mojo Radio Show https://www.patreon.com/themojoradioshowpodcast   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO     The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Tim Brown is a decorated 20-year veteran of the New York Fire Department and NY Urban Search & Rescue Task Force. He is a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Tim lost 93 friends on Sept 11, including his two best friends and has been a leader in defending the memory of those lost at Ground Zero. Tim served under the leadership of Mayor Giuliani in Emergency Management. This is a profound first-hand account from inside the towers, a story of the heroes who ran towards the horror of 9/11.     September 11, 2001, the morning when the world changed forever. What happened? In all the chaos, Tim had the presence of mind to go to the Plaza Level to do a size up, what did he see? The emotional last moments when Tim saw his friend Captain Terry Hatton How do you train your mind to run towards the fight? The elevator scene - Mike Lynch "I got it” do those three words still move Tim today? The collapse of Tower 2. Where were was Tim and how did he survive? Tim clung to a pillar in the Marriott which saved him from being blown out of the building by the powerful draft 185 miles per hour winds. What was his internal dialogue at that very moment? How does that moment impact his life today? Ordinary people, extraordinary hero’s. Is it in all of us?  What does it take to be an extraordinary hero? The story of a regular guy - Wells Crouther,104 floors up, equity trader, 24 years old, a hero. NYFD and 9/11 survivor - that’s the identity we give to Tim. How does Tim define his own identity today? How does Tim stay the course to honour that moment and his brothers that were lost that day? Does Tim replay the "what if’s" in his mind? How did it feel to be in a war situation vs a fire situation? When news came that the Seals had killed Bin Laden, what was his first thought, how did he feel? Mayor Giuliani, a great leader, what’s the greatest leadership takeaway from that time?   LINKS   Tim Brown https://eaglerisespeakers.com/2018/11/11/tim-brown/   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Australia's leading email productivity expert, Steuart Snooks, helps busy executives get control of their email and gain more time, energy and focus for their ‘real’ work. There is no doubt that email overwhelm is affecting performance and productivity and distracting us from what matters. In this show, we uncover essential systems, processes, and the thinking required to defeat the overwhelm of email.   When asked what he does, how does Steuart like to reply? Is the pace of our digital life slowing at all? If email was a movie character, who would it be and why? What impact is this overload of email having on us and our productivity? It seems we check email for the dopamine hit. How do we manage that addiction to checking? 80% of emails are not relevant Understanding the terms "noise" and "signal." What is a significant mental shift we need to make when thinking about or using email? Steuart's process for managing emails? What is Steuart’s filing system? The 4 D’s of email management Is there a way to speed up the response and reply of emails? How we can use the Pomodoro technique and how it relates to managing email effectively? The best leaders check their email the least. What’s their system? Send less, receive less Why should we consider in the timing of the delivery of our emails?  Delay delivery - the rules If you are a master of the craft of email, then you what…? Why does our inbox for many become a to-do list? Biggest change Steuart has made recently in his process for managing emails?     LINKS Steuart Snooks https://www.steuartsnooks.com.au   Steuart Snooks LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/steuart-g-snooks-04b39a3/   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Jay Dobyns a federal agent for 27 years achieved worldwide notoriety as one of history's most daring undercover agents. Jay is the first lawman to defeat the multilayered security measures of the Hells Angels to become a member of the legendary Skull Valley charter. For 2 years, he lived inside the Hells Angels. Jay played the role of a hitman or debt collector living among street and prison gangs, extremists, gunrunners, drug traffickers and bomb builders.This is a special show to remember.   When people today ask Jay what he does, how does he like to reply? Jay took on the dirtiest, toughest jobs in undercover work… why? Was it Adrenalin, danger, the challenge, anger...what is the motivation to put Jay in the true line of fire? Jay's job was to pretend to be someone he's not, did he ever go too far? Todd Herman says our alter ego is a part of us, was it a part of Jay or did it take over? To go deep undercover was he conscious of his alter ego or was he so deep, he lost himself? How far from Jay was the alter ego he created as an identity to go undercover with the Hells Angels? Could he unhook away from the Hells Angels hangout? Is it still a part of Jay today? What rituals did he have to go through to get into the role each day? Was Jay a guy who could assume roles and identities easily? Was there training to prepare an Agent to assume an identity to go undercover? How did Jay go about creating situational awareness? Why being shot showed Jay that he wanted to be the guy that would stand up to the violence. How did his Dad shape who he is as a man today? What’s the image in the mirror he can see that he wants his kids to embody, learn and replicate. In his job he said he abandoned the very people who loved him the most, a story of regret. Is Jay a guy who carries regret? Was humility a trait that was instilled into Jay as a kid? Does he fear anything today? Jay Redman is the Overcome guy, Ray Cash Care is the Decimator…who is the Jay Bird? Hells Angels, biker, dealer, traded guns…what’s the soundtrack to the life of Jay, what’s his theme song? At any point did he ever admire what the Hells Angels have built as a tribal brand?   LINKS Jay Dobyns Website  https://www.jaydobyns.com/index.html   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Art Markman is a professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Art writes for the Harvard Business Review and his most recent book, Brain Briefs, focuses on how we use the science of motivation to change unhealthy behaviours at work and at home. In a terrific show, we cover how to frame our goals for success better, how to improve our focus, how to learn more effectively, and how to control the disempowering effect of social comparison.   When people ask Art what he does, how does he like to reply? A Professor gets paid to be confused. Can that be taken as a negative? What’s the thing we don’t know but should know about our minds? What’s the psychology behind changing a behaviour which is not helping us? Frame goals around go, not stop Make desirable behaviours easy, and undesirable behaviours hard How design beats discipline Focus on the process, not the outcomes. Is there a cognitive trigger we can use to develop sustainable change? Should we plan for what might go wrong and visualise the hardships? Getting ready for the most significant hurdles can change disempowering behaviour Can there be a sense of shame or guilt that accompanies goal setting? What are social comparisons and the effect it has on our wellness and our feeling of fulfilment Dissatisfaction is a good thing, and how it gives you the energy to act Wanting dissatisfaction alone can be frustrating. What else do we need with dissatisfaction? Are regrets positive? As we get older, do we talk ourselves into cognitive decline? Can we slow down time? Where is the sweet spot between gratitude and dissatisfaction?  Is gratitude a way to move away from social comparison? You can't fix an area you are not aware of, does it take a certain amount of humility? When learning should we go wide or go deep?  What is the cognitive science behind sleep? What’s the newest, coolest discovery in psychology?     LINKS   Art Markman Psychology Today  https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/experts/art-markman-phd   Art Markman Book http://www.smartthinkingbook.com   Art Markman Fast Company Story https://bit.ly/2JLUtNH   Bohemian Rhapsody - You’re Late, EMI Records Scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ0btmaSzho   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Many of us grew up with rock legend Suzi Quatro. Suzie has sold over 55 million records worldwide. The iconic American female bass playing vocalist is also a recognised actor playing Leather Tuscadero with Henry Winkler and Ron Howard on Happy Days. She has a new album, and this fascinating conversation uncovers Suzie’s alter ego, the longevity to her music career, being on the road, her resilience and total belief in who she is and isn't.   Mike Chapman said there is a bit of Suzie in all female performers. What does that mean? Suzie said, “I’m staying exactly me.” When did Suzie first become aware of who she was at her core? When did Suzie realise that Suzie Q had become a brand? At the age of 5, Suzie discovered Elvis. Why was Suzie drawn to the image of Elvis? There’s Suzie from Detroit and Suzie Quatro. Which Suzie does interviews like this? The first single features the message “Don`t let go of yourself for anyone." Suzie's mantra. The lyric "I’ve gotta hold on to me.” Was there a time when she felt like she was letting go of herself? How did Suzie handle the naysayers, those who tried to derail Suzie as an artist? A view on the ageing process? Does Suzie have an alter ego, persona or identity when walking into the spotlight as Suzie Quatro? Suzie can feel an audience. When recording a lyric, does Suzie hear a melody, see the riff, or feel it? Is Suzie an emotional person? Is it very different from the leather rocker we love on stage? Coming from Detroit, does Suzie embrace challenge and struggle? Suzie was on the cover of Rolling Stone. Was that ever a dream? What’s the ego room, and why an ego room for Suzie? If Suzie can hand us one item that best represents her career, what would she give us? Where does Suzie draw creative inspiration from?  Suzie’s writing rituals Suzie likes her own company. Where does she put that in her day/week? Suzie tours on the road a lot, so off the road is Suzie a ritual or routine type of person? DR Quatro, never even graduated high school. What’s the message for kids and their parents? Ron Howard said, "don't take acting lessons." How did that comment impact Suzie and her beliefs? The song Suzie is most proud of off the new album.   LINKS   Suzie Quatro website http://www.suziquatro.com   Get experimental Bohemian Rhapsody https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KajJ6TOydfQ   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
Innovation expert and questionologist, Warren Berger, studied hundreds of the world’s foremost innovators, entrepreneurs and creative thinkers to learn how they ask questions, generate original ideas and solve problems. Author of eleven books, Warren also writes for Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Wired Magazine, and The NY Times. We delve into "A More Beautiful Question" to unlock the power of curiosity to help us better performer in every aspect of our lives. We explore the power of a beautiful question.   When people ask Warren what he does, how does he like to reply Warren was a journalist for the NY Times and Wired Magazine. In a room of 20 journalists, what makes a great journalist? What’s the process of great journalistic enquiry? What makes a more beautiful question?  Do we sometimes not stay with questions long enough? Do we jump to the solution too quickly? Are we in a society of doing, rather than thinking and questioning? Is there a relationship between improving our listening skills and asking more questions? Netflix was born out of a question; what was the question? Does a leader who asks questions display weakness? Do people assume that as a leader, you know all the answers? Do we need to put aside ego to ask beautiful questions? To ask a beautiful question, do we need to put aside assumptions? Is it incumbent upon a leader to create a safe house for people to ask questions? Should asking questions become a habit of the mind?  Why asking a question of yourself says to your brain, "hey, think about this." "How might I?" vs "How can I?" At what point in our growing up did the curiosity and desire to ask questions diminish? What has the impact of search engines had on inquiry? What’s the best and most beautiful question Warren has ever been asked? Warren’s favourite song with a question in the title?   LINKS   Warren Berger website http://warrenberger.com   A More Beautiful Question website http://amorebeautifulquestion.com   Song List http:/amorebeautifulquestion.com/50-question-songs/   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”  
Robert Glazer Founder and CEO of Acceleration Partners, helps companies build capacity to outperform. A columnist for Forbes, Inc., and Entrepreneur, Robert's writing on performance, entrepreneurship, company culture, capacity building and leadership, reaches over 5 million people globally each year. Acceleration Partners has received company and culture awards, including best place to work from Ad Age, Inc. Magazine, Fortune Magazine, and Boston Globe. Robert was named to Glassdoor’s list of Top CEOs of SME in the US. He shares his weekly insights in his blog, Friday Forward.   Here's what we cover with Robert in this show.   When people ask Robert what he does, how does he like to reply Robert has described himself as a repressed entrepreneur. Is this common? “Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”- William Arthur Ward. A story about his kids and the hotel housekeeper What did his report card at age 5 tell him when he discovered it while cleaning up his parents' house? When you are a non-conformist as a kid, you are taught that it’s a bad thing. How is Bob approaching that with his children? Is Bob typically a non-conformist? Should an entrepreneur wanting to succeed go wide in the knowledge base or go real deep in one expertise? It’s not just about what they learn; it’s also about how they consume, how Robert records and recalls learning. Does Robert journal? Robert's ideas behind focus and deep work Robert runs by a Whole LIfe Dashboard every morning. What is it? How does it work? How does he use it daily? The building blocks to culture specifically in his award-winning company? What’s been the most profound thing Robert has implemented to enhance company culture in the last 12 months?  How closely aligned is Robert's purpose to the purpose of his business? Robert has created his brand. How would he describe his own core identity? What does Bob value the most about his identity? What does Robert want to be excellent at?   LINKS Robert Glazer https://www.robertglazer.com   Friday Forward https://www.fridayfwd.com   What happens when a left-handed drummer plays a right-handed kit? https://youtu.be/vl9188EPdLI   The Mojo Radio Show http://www.themojoradioshow.com   The Mojo Radio Show on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheMojoRadioShowPodcast/   The Mojo Radio Show on Twitter https://twitter.com/tmrspod   The Mojo Radio Show Answering Machine 08 7200 6656 08 7200 MOJO   The Mojo Radio Show copyright Gary Bertwistle & Darren Robertson   Products or companies we discuss are not paid endorsements. They are not sponsored by, nor do we have any professional or affiliate relationship of any kind with any of the companies or products highlighted in the show.... sadly! It’s just stuff we like, think is cool and maybe of interest to you our listeners.   “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”
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