Here’s a recap of the things that happened in September 2018 and what I learned from them.
Alexis Monville from the Red Hat Engineering Leadership team joins me to talk about his experiences leading, developing and changing teams. He’s also the author of a new book: Changing Your Team From The Inside.
Summer 2018 was a busy time with lots of trips, continuous learning and new ways to grow.
Enjoy this wide ranging conversation with author, singer, business owner and entrepreneur, Kathy Jorsch.
It’s easy to get stuck in the past, and yet there’s not much it gives us. Here’s an encouragement to live in the present and look to the future.
This conversation explores teaching, experiential learning, leadership and so much more with Dave Stuart Jr. These 6 Things: How to Focus Your Teaching on What Matters Most is his latest book.
This short riff considers what it might look like to live a life of “no excuses.” It was inspired by a story about Navy SEAL training combined my list of beliefs which center around personal ownership.
Nancy Jamieson and I explore her interest in podcasting by sitting down to record an episode. We talk about her experiences how she believes life works.
Tina Robinson is back to delve into the often murky topic of figuring out what we want. Together we share some ways to get clearer.
Over the past couple of months I’ve been learning by doing, living more from my heart than my head, and learning to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. Next month I’m teaching an in-person class on how to create a podcast in Portland, Oregon, and I hope you’ll join me.
Long time Red Hat colleague Greg DeKoenigsberg and I talk about managing our time–how we get off track and how we fight against letting it happen.
In this episode I share the experience of following an inkling I had and the ways I was rewarded. I also share a simple process for capturing your beliefs.
Ryan McRae helps adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) live more effectively. Ryan explains how ADHD affects his life, how he deals with it, and the benefits he’s found from having it. He also explains how he helps people live above it.
Join me in this riff about email handling and getting your important work into the world.
In this episode I read a letter I wrote to myself encouraging me to keep showing up while calling out the things I to need stop doing. I encourage you to write your own Dear John letter and break up with the unhelpful parts of your brain and share it with me.