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No Limits Life
44 minutes | Apr 23, 2015
River, Power, Leadership, Family - Mark Kalch - Episode 6
Mark Kalch is at the apex of river adventures. He is right in the middle of an epic quest called 7 Rivers 7. Mark doesn’t have a pre-canned approach to helping busy mothers and fathers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, etc. What he shares which I can deeply appreciate is encouragement and a unique perspective he has gotten from life on the river.
60 minutes | Apr 9, 2015
The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working – Jean Gomes, Chairman The Energy Project| Episode #5
The role of being a leader is very demanding and the ways we handle the stress and strain of leadership need to change. There has to be a better way to handle stress in life than building and managing lists of to do lists, having a better work ethic, being more efficient, developing more will power, working harder, etc. I am a huge believer in tapping our reserves of potential. Most of the listeners of this show are achievers and do’ers and are looking to better their businesses, families, communities and themselves. This show will change your perception on what you are capable of.
43 minutes | Feb 27, 2015
Outdoor Survival School for Business People - Episode #4
In this episode of a No Limit Life, I talk with Laurel Holding, a Director with BOSS (Boulder Outdoor Survival School), in Boulder, Utah. Listen to this podcast and learn how they teach people to push themselves beyond their perceived limits, and survive without the comforts of modern society.
51 minutes | Feb 19, 2015
Why Employees are ALWAYS a Bad Idea - Episode #3
Chuck Blakeman has built 8 businesses on 4 continents. He is the CEO of Crankset Group which helps businesses move from an Industrial Age to a Participation Age Company. In this episode you will learn how to move from an employee mentality to a stakeholder mindset and many other concepts for leaders and entrepreneurs.
32 minutes | Feb 10, 2015
From Millionaire to Bankruptcy to Frozen Retinas and a Meaningful Life - Episode #2
Bill Bradley’s journey is a metaphor for so many. Most of us will not experience a bankruptcy. Most of us will not experience a frozen retina like Bill did during an Ultra-marathon he ran in sub-zero temperatures. However, a larger percentage of us will experience a crisis of identity. An identity crisis is when you ask questions like who am I? Why am I here? What am I doing in this job? Why did I start this business?
55 minutes | Jan 30, 2015
How You Can Be as Creative as Michelangelo and Navy Seals - Episode #1
An awesome podcast with Michael Michalko discussing Brainstorming | Michelangelo | Socrates | Einstein | Applied Imagination | Adversity | Addiction to Comfort | Pattern Recognition | Problem-solving | Conceptual Blending | Creative Thinking | Thinking Patterns | Associations | Eureka Moment | Process of Incubation | Journals | Note-taking | Creative Ideas | Positions of Comfort | Revisiting Ideas |Navy seals
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