One of my favorite moments as a project manager was when two people told me it was impossible to draw a picture of all the people working the project. Here’s how I did it.
This episode shares the highlights John found in the book Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success by Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness.
In this conversation, John and Alene reflect on their experiences with Co-Active coaching, the things they are learning as coaches and what leadership means.
Sometimes the best next step is simply to start, even if it isn’t the perfect next step.
This episode explores the topic of loneliness, some ideas for “finding your people,” and how John found one group of “his people.”
This episode riffs on my thoughts from reading the book “Fire in My Eyes: An American Warrior’s Journey from Being Blinded on the Battlefield to Gold Medal Victory.”
This episode explores the different ways I manage my todo list items and along with techniques I’ve learned to avoid feeling overwhelmed by them and get more done.
This in-depth episode examines and explains the steps for creating and publishing your own podcast. It looks at the five key ingredients to creating a successful podcast and provides additional resources and recommendations.
Are you as clear about what you want as you think? This episode explores some ways to get clearer.
In this episode I share one of my hacks for creating quiet and peace when I need to concentrate. That hack is ambient water recordings I’ve made myself.
Paul Frields joins the podcast to talk about working remotely and what it takes to succeed. John and Paul also discuss some of the misconceptions about remote work and how to overcome them.
In this wide-ranging conversation, John and guest Paul Frields, talk about working at Red Hat, how they got started with collaborative meeting minutes and Paul’s love of playing the bass.
This episode explores some techniques for facilitating meetings with stronger personalities or those that dominate the discussion too much.
Sometimes the best way to get your day out of a ditch is to find something fun. Any amount of fun might be good enough. That’s what I explore in this episode.
This episode explores the topic of personal ownership through the eyes of two books: Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin and QBQ! The Question Behind the Question: Practicing Personal Accountability at Work by John G. Miller