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39 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Steve Lovig: Captain HR To The Rescue
About Steve Lovig: Nicknamed "Captain HR", Steve is a 'different kind of' HR executive, writer and podcast host, and former Adjunct Professor. His expertise includes human capital management, employee relations and engagement, and performance coaching and improvement. An HR pro with an educator's viewpoint, Steve believes in helping others learn by delving into problems and finding impactful solutions using real-world research, activities, and a 'what-if' approach. He has proven to be a trusted advisor to C-Suite, coach to managers, and advocate for employees. He has earned an MS in HR Management, SHRM-CP, PHR, and Six Sigma certs. Steve is a member of Forbes Human Resources Council, has been quoted in Atlanta Business Chronicle, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and profiled in HR Decisions Magazine. In this episode Jason and Steve Lovig discuss:Taking family culture seriously and making it workThe story of Captain HRHow company culture growsEncouraging employees to care Key Takeaways: Integrating families and family culture in businesses actually works.Let yourself be seen as approachable to people and let yourself be helpful to people in the office. Company culture grows from the leader’s personal values. A company who values honesty and integrity will in turn have a company that also values honesty and integrity. Making company initiatives that make people feel cared for are good, “Don’t just look at best practices… check your gut, do the research. If you got a good idea that you don’t see anyone else doing, that doesn’t mean it’s wrong… Don’t be afraid just because it hasn’t been tried before - to speak up, ask about it, and try it. It might be something helpful for you, for your boss, for your community.” - Steve Lovig Connect with Steve Lovig:Website: www.homestarfc.comLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/stevelovig Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
36 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Julie Piepho: Can't Never Did Anything
Julie Piepho, CMB is President of Consumer Lending at Adams Bank & Trust in Ft. Collins, CO. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and holds the prestigious Master Certified Mortgage Banker designation from the Mortgage Bankers Association.Julie has over four decades of experience in the mortgage industry including executive positions with Cornerstone Home Lending, Norwest Mortgage and Wells Fargo Mortgage, along with managing several Colorado mortgage bank divisions, while coaching and leading sales and operations teams. In this episode Steve and Julie discuss:Relationships are everythingBeing reliable and relying on othersInterviewing for cultureTangible ways to exhibit values Key Takeaways: Who you know is more important than what you know. Invest in people. Cherish relationships.Make people matter. Show it to them by being reliable and by relying on them. Be thoughtful and intentional.Know your values and what's important to you when coming into a company, when joining a culture. Words are nothing without action - it's a classic thought, but always relevant. Show your values, don't just say it. “It's about who you know, not what you know." - Julie Piepho Connect with Julie Piepho:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juliepiepho/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-piepho-cmb-cml-0970714Website: https://abtbank.com/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
45 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
John Settles - Revisted
John Settles is a proven leader known for crafting innovative strategic plans that advance organizational objectives and capabilities. John offers a unique blend of leadership, strategic thinking, team building,and creativity. He is an expert in the areas of real estate finance, real estate development, construction management, sustainability, and community/economic development. In this episode Steve and John discuss:Giving back to humanity any way you can.Utilizing knowledge and experiences to change the lives of others.Fighting through adversity to find and build success.Changing what’s important to you to discover what success is. Key Takeaways: Life has seasons - prepare for the storms in the spring and summer both financially and emotionally.Focus on what you want to happen, not the negatives.You can’t look back, you have to look forward, learn from what you’ve seen and experienced and use it to create good moving forward. Mentioned: Say It In 6 by Ron Hoff Connect with John Settles:Email: email@example.com Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen BraunAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast
37 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
Natalie Overturf: Affirmation, Communication, Connection
Natalie started working in the mortgage industry over 25 years ago and has enjoyed years as a top originator. Over the course of her career, she has continually shown her strength as a leader in Branch and Regional manager positions. She is now serving as a Divisional SVP over Production at Homebridge Financial Services, leading California, Idaho, Oregon & Washington. She is an accomplished and driven sales executive who remains on the cutting edge – attracting top talent, driving strategic partnerships and increasing company revenue.Natalie is also the Co-founder and owner of the Med Spa, Beauty at the Lake, in Coeur d'Alene, ID. Beauty at the Lake was voted best Med Spa of 2021 in Coeur d’Alene.Natalie lives in Coeur d’Alene with her husband and twin daughters. She is an avid runner and loves boating and spending time at her lake cabin with family and friends. In this episode Steve and Natalie discuss:A couple of leadership lessons Affirming people constantly Communicating clearlyEstablishing connection with your team Key Takeaways: When you’re not telling people what’s happening, they’ll make up their own story - which is usually the wrong story. So you have to remind them what’s happening, what they need to know. Business has to be personal - know their family, their dreams. It’s a good investment to make your people know that you care about them. Whenever you affirm people, you free and empower them to not only perform better but to live and engage more positively.Show, not tell. Show people how to do something, and how it will impact rather than just merely telling them what to do. “The most important thing for a leader is to remember: we need to affirm our employees. Constantly, over and over, they need to know that they are important, valued, and that they contribute regardless of the position.” - Natalie Overturf Book mentioned: Everybody Matters, by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia Connect with Natalie Overturf:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatalieOverturfHBFS/Website: https://www.homebridge.com/Email: natalie.overturf@Homebridge.com Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
33 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Brian Vieaux: Be Patient & Stay Curious
Brian Vieaux's financial services experience includes strategy, business development, sales and marketing, compliance, quality control, and risk management. In building business channels in both large and medium-sized companies, Brian has gained experience in all phases of management and leadership. Brian began his mortgage banking career with Source One Mortgage Services Corporation and was part of the integration team assembled after CitiMortgage acquired Source One in 1999.In 2005, Brian attained the Mortgage Bankers Association industry designation of Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB). Brian is an alumnus of Michigan State University. Brian is a former RESBOG member and was co-chair of the MBA Wholesale Executive Forum.Currently, Brian is a board member of the Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program. This non-profit organization has been teaching kids in Detroit's toughest neighborhoods valuable life lessons inside and outside the classroom and boxing ring since 2007. In this episode Jason and Brian discuss:Transitioning into being a CEO Putting the time into learning moreBeing patient and realisticServing the community Key Takeaways: Sometimes, the way to growth is through reinventing yourself. Be patient, but be realistic. Invest time in something, but don’t let yourself stay on something without progress.Changing people’s lives often start a chain reaction of transformation. People you positively influence often influence others positively. “You have to be willing to work and get dirty. You can’t lean on the shovel, you gotta put the shovel in the ground and do the work.” - Brian Vieaux For more about Detroit’s Downtown Boxing Gym: https://dbgdetroit.org/ Connect with Brian:Website: www.finlocker.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianvieauxcmb/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
29 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
Tony Thompson - If I Don't, Who Will?
J. Tony Thompson, CMB is the Founder & CEO of the National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America (NAMMBA), an organization dedicated to increasing the engagement of women and minorities with the Mortgage Bankers Association at the local, state and national level. Since its inception in 2016, NAMMBA has grown to over 30 chapters and 4,500 members nationwide. As the Founder/CEO of NAMMBA, Mr. Thompson’s vision is to create a platform where women and minorities can connect, grow and become leaders in the mortgage industry while providing a platform to recruit and train the next generation of mortgage professionals.Mr. Thompson received his B.S. from South Carolina State University in Business Administration and a MBA from Webster University. In 2011, he received his Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) designation from the National Mortgage Bankers Association, a distinct designation held by less than 1% of industry professionals. He currently is a board member for the National Mortgage Bankers Association Residential Loan Production Committee and a graduate of the MBA Future Leaders Program. He has over 15+ years of leading and building high performance sales teams.Over the last several years, he has been recognized and featured in many industry publications for his dedication to the community and mortgage industry. Finally, Mr. Thompson serves on the board of directors for several non-profit organizations and is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. In this episode Jason and Tony discuss:Becoming a part of a movement Learn, Grow, and DevelopDoing good by doing good, “everyone wins” mindsetBenefitting the organization by investing in the individual Key Takeaways: We have to do better in terms of getting younger people, women, and diverse cultures involved. Commit to being the best you can be - not only in your own career, but also in benefitting the industry, your community and its people. When you engage, invest, and develop your employees, they’ll have a stronger commitment to the organization and their performance increases. “If they build well and create well, as young adults, they’re helping their communities and when they’re helping their communities, they’re helping their cities and when they help their cities they’re helping their country. Everyone wins.” - Tony Thompson NAMMBA Connect 2021: https://www.nammba.org/nammba-events/2021/9/16/nammba-connect-2021 Connect with Tony Thompson:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtonythompson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TonyThompsonGRWebsite: https://www.nammba.org/ | https://silvertonmortgage.com/Email: email@example.com Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
38 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Dr. Bob Nelson - Work Made Fun Gets Done
Dr. Bob Nelson is considered the leading advocate for employee recognition and engagement worldwide. He has worked with 80 percent of the Fortune 500 and presented on six continents. He has been featured by the likes of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, CBS 60 Minutes, MSNBC, and ABC about how best to motivate today’s employees. He has been named "One of the Most Influential People to Follow for 2021" by peopleHum, a Top 5 Global Management Guru, a Top Thought Leader for the Best Practice Institute and a Top Global Employee Engagement Influencer. In this episode Jason, and Dr. Bob discuss:The value of giving praise Making work fun - work and life integrationRemote work vs in-office workBuilding connections even in remote environments Key Takeaways: If we keep work and fun separate, we’re going to have a cynical work environment. Research shows that people are more productive when working from home and we should listen to the people to see what they really want and what works for them. There are ways to deepen company relationships even in a remote environment. “If you don’t have ability but you have drive and passion, you can overcome it and gain ability. If you have ability without motivation, you’re not gonna have much performance anyway.” - Dr. Bob Nelson Get Dr. Bob Nelson’s Book, “Work Made Fun Gets Done” by clicking here: http://www.nelson-motivation.com/womafungedo.html Connect with Dr. Bob Nelson:Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/drbobnelsonWebsite: www.drbobnelson.com | http://www.nelson-motivation.com/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
36 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
Laura Calandrella - Revisited
LAURA CALANDRELLA is a leadership strategist and consultant. She has spent the past two decades working with organizations from across the environmental community to design collaborative approaches to our most pressing issues. Her career began as a conservation biologist and international development practitioner. These experiences gave Laura firsthand knowledge of the power of collaboration, but also the difficulties that arise when diverse perspectives align under a shared vision for change. Now she guides the growth of sustainability and conservation partnerships by teaching the practices of collaborative leadership. Her work strengthens relationships, delivers more holistic and creative solutions, and allows her clients to achieve impactful results at increasingly larger scales. In this episode Jason and Laura discuss:It’s about relationships, in any business, with our planet, and with people. Not being concerned with what other people think of us but rather our interconnectivity as people.Continued growth and dialogue with one another as fellow humans.Better production occurs through happier people with positive mindsets. Key Takeaways: Start the day after coming to an understanding of your reason, your purpose, understanding what you’re doing, why you’re here while being open and present. Create the environment around you that promotes focus to help you stay clear and present for achieving your goals for the day. Be willing to do the inner work on your own readiness and growth in order to achieve your results, goals, and successes. “What would change if we thought of adversaries as allies?” - Laura Calandrella Mentioned: Simon Sinek Find Your WhyLaura’s book: Our Next Evolution Transforming Collaborative Leadership to Shape Our Planet’s Future Connect with Laura Calandrella:Twitter: https://twitter.com/lcalandrellaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lcalandrella/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lcalandrella/Website: https://www.lauracalandrella.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBook: Our Next Evolution Transforming Collaborative Leadership to Shape Our Planet's Future Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen BraunAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
38 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
Steven Plaisance - The Components of Great Leadership
Steven Plaisance is president of mortgage banking at Gateway First Bank, a national retail and correspondent lender and servicer. He has nearly 32 years of financial services experience, with nearly 30 devoted to mortgage. He spent 31 years and 8 months at the same company before making a bold leap to run Gateway's exciting mortgage division in late February 2021. Steven is active in the MBA, serving as the current Chairman of the Mortgage Action Alliance. His passion is helping people -- from customers, to partners, and of course, his own team members and his community. In this episode Steve and Steven discuss:Learning effectively from other people Finding time to respond to every feedback What it takes to be a good listenerCultivating continuous growth in your career Key Takeaways: Leading effectively takes listening to other people and learning from them Commitment is one of the cornerstones of being a leader. If you believe in answering every question, request or issue, then make time for it. Commit because people rely on you. Be a good listener who’s present, follow-up on what you’ve listened to and learn to be a discerning communicator. Do the job you do today the very best you can. Master what you’re doing today and be curious about what’s around you. Ask questions. “Make sure you thoroughly listen and understand what the other person is talking about or what they’re asking before you start giving an answer. Often times we give answers way too soon” - Steven Plaisance Connect with Steven Plaisance:Twitter: https://twitter.com/gatewayloanFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/GatewayMortgage/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steven-plaisance-3b15405/Website: www.gatewayloan.com Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
32 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
Justin Demola: Always Offering Value
As president of Lenders One® Cooperative, Justin leads its day-to-day operations and strategic execution.With nearly 30 years of mortgage, consulting and business development experience, including roles such as Chief Operating Officer of MLB Residential Lending and President of The Hills Mortgage and Finance Company, Justin brings a plethora of mortgage knowledge and leadership skills to the table.He is a licensed mortgage loan originator and a Certified Mortgage Banker. Justin serves as resident CMB instructor for the Mortgage Bankers Association’s CMB Final Prep Course. Justin serves on the Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey Board of Directors. In this episode Jason and Justin discuss:What does it mean to create value for others Changes, trends, and innovation in mortgage bankingBetter ways of generating leads Big Rock Items for C-Suite managers Key Takeaways: As solution providers, it’s part of our responsibility to identify the pain points of people we serve - what they need and want most and how we can provide that for them.Lead generation tools and companies are good ways to grow your client-base, but organic relationships are still the best way to build your business. The whole world is going through tough times; one of the things that will help your business get through it with grace is by maintaining culture in the office. “It’s our job to fully understand what our members’ needs and pain points are, no matter who they are or what they’re size is and offer solutions to be able to assist them.” - Justin Demola Connect with Justin Demola:Website: www.lendersone.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-demola-mortgage Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
62 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
Barry Habib - Revisited
Barry Habib is an American Entrepreneur and frequent Media resource for his mortgage and housing expertise. He appears regularly on television outlets such as CNBC and Fox. Barry is the founder and CEO of MBS Highway – the real estate industry’s most highly regarded and recognized tool for transforming salespeople into advisors. Barry has won awards such as:• Two-time Crystal Ball Award given by Zillow and Pulsenomics for the most accurate Real Estate forecasts out of 150 of the top economists in the US. • 2019 Mortgage Professional of the Year by National Mortgage Professional Magazine • 2019 Finalist for the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the YearBarry is active in many successful businesses across different verticals including, and get this, being the Lead Producer and Managing Partner for “Rock of Ages” which is the 27th longest-running show in Broadway history. During his mortgage career, Barry personally originated over $2 Billion dollars.Barry's new book entitled Money in the Streets is due out October 2020. In this episode Jason and Barry discuss:Being goal-oriented and how achievement of goals gives a sense of fulfillment.Building trust and goodwill in your clients and employees.Surrounding yourself with good teammates so that you can do your job well.Which social media platforms to use for marketing and how to gear them to your audience. Key Takeaways: Start your morning routine the night before. Having a proactive game plan and the days’ objectives planned so that you can be on offense instead of defense.Embrace the uncertainty and the unknown and try to reduce it by creating a plan to get through it. Be resourceful and resilient in your solution.Build trust with knowledge by giving people all the information, both good and bad.You have control over your own destiny, you just have to decide how bad you want it. Movie Mentioned: Barry MundayBook Mentioned: Money in the StreetsBroadway Show Mentioned: Rock of Ages Connect with Barry Habib:Twitter: @BarryHabibFacebook: Barry HabibWebsite: MBSHighway.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen Braun Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
43 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Vikas Bhatia - Revisited
Vikas is a Fortune 100 Executive turned Executive Coach and Leadership Development consultant. He is a unique combination of pragmatism and vision given his extensive frontline experience in the corporate world and being a philosopher / systems thinker at heart. He is passionately committed to a transformation in the way of being and doing of leaders, managers and teams, all for the sake of a world that works better for all, starting with oneself. Vikas invites his clients to go deep to the root causes of problems and has the skill to escort them back to the place from which they can take effective action for sustainable change. By working with Vikas, leaders and teams in Fortune 100 companies, mid-sized firms and start-ups alike have transformed themselves and their environments. In this episode Steve and Vikas discuss:Concepts that’ll help with dealing with daily stressors Finding happiness and contentment Breaking free from primordial tendencies of anxiety and fear of the unknownLiving for the weekend vs. loving what you do Key Takeaways: The journey is the destination, relax into it. Stress and anxiety is a natural thing in life, but there’s more to life than just these two feelings. We peg our happiness or contentment on some external thing that we have to acquire. Doing so would be like, “postponing living”, waiting for something to happen for you to finally breathe. Learn to see this moment as everything and be satisfied in any circumstance. We spend so much of our life working, only to do something that sucks the life out of us - it’s a tragedy. Let meaning seep into your career, find a way to either do what you love or love what you do. “If you cannot be satisfied in this moment, in this set of circumstances, then you can never be satisfied in any moment or circumstances.” - Vikas Bhatia Connect with Vikas Bhatia:Twitter: https://twitter.com/VikasAtPranaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vikas-bhatia-2850a64/Website: http://www.thepranapartnership.com/profile Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
28 minutes | Jul 2, 2021
Steve and Jason: What’s Mindset Coaching Anyway?
In this episode Steve and Jason discuss:What is mindset coaching?How could mindset coaching be useful to somebody? Why knowing what to do is sometimes not enoughNecessities for long-term sustainable change Key Takeaways: A lot of people know strategies that increase success, but the mindset makes all the difference. Let’s not only work on our actions, but think also on what we think about our actions. The right scripts and right actions may get you short-term results. But sustainable, long-term, life-style-changing types of results start by digging into your mindset and being self-aware. We are made to be in community with one another, we need one another. “Think about what we think first and let that thinking ultimately dictate how we act.” - Steve Scanlon Check out the Iceberg Model: https://www.rewireinc.com/who-we-are Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
31 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Jason and Steve: Future Proof
In this episode Steve and Jason discuss:What is future proof and temporal integration Our brains’ tendency whenever we’re going through a difficult time The impact of knowing that difficult times will end for people.Three tips for future proofing your life: Focus, Self-Care, and Community Key Takeaways: Remember the temporal nature of difficult events and circumstances. Things are going to change and it’s okay. Knowing that the “suck will end” has been proven to give people hope. Future proofing yourself starts with believing that there will be a future. Stay focused. Multitasking (or actually, “switch-tasking”) increases stress and decreases productivity. Practice Self-Care. It feels like a luxury, but it’s a necessity. Try to do community differently. Seek connection with people. “Never mistake education for transformation… we’re less interested in more people knowing stuff and more interested in more people doing stuff.” - Steve Scanlon Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
37 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Eric Harvey: Different Ways of Seeing the World
Eric Harvey is a scholar and teacher with a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East from Brandeis University. His academic research deals with the historical development of the Psalms and with issues of disability in the ancient world. Eric went blind in the middle of his doctoral studies and finished the work with a very different set of skills than when he started. In addition to his core research, he now advocates for accessibility and universal inclusion in higher education and beyond. In this episode Steve and Eric discuss:Thriving despite blindness - the difficult 5%How blindness has helped reveal the myth of self-reliance and independenceFeeling powerless even as an able-bodied person. Shattering your own myths Key Takeaways: Many unnamed people have contributed to who you are today and what you’ve achieved, there’s a scaffolding of humanity around you that you’re not aware of.Acknowledge the people that enable you. Individualism hides a lot of interdependence beneath. Know what you’re truly capable of, see it from another way, shatter the myths that hinder you from being fully human. You can’t just pour knowledge into someone’s head, you can only be a catalyst of the idea-making process in their own life. “Disability… shattered this myth of independence that anybody does anything on their own… We are standing on an enormous mountain of contributions by people whose names and lives we’ll never know...” - Eric Harvey Connect with Eric Harvey:Twitter: https://twitter.com/blind_scholarWebsite: http://www.blindscholar.com/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
35 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Jason and Steve: Transitioning Back to Intentionality
In this episode Steve and Jason discuss:How to get more insights when reading or listeningThe importance of having a plan Going back to basics and the significance of becoming intentionalTools and tips for thriving through changes Key Takeaways: Insights come when we suspend our judgementSometimes you have to make quick decisions to react to certain circumstances, but you shouldn’t neglect going back to making a game plan.Transformation sometimes takes humility or humiliationAsk what “back to basics” mean to you and how you can apply that “Let’s transition back. Let’s do a comeback and be intentional about coming back.” - Steve Scanlon Click this link to get a free self-coaching program: https://www.rewireinc.com/30-day-sprint Get a free business planning too by clicking this link: https://www.rewireinc.com/business-planning-tool Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
38 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Sarah Hodges: Authenticity, and Survival vs SurThrival
Sarah Hodges is an executive coach, speaker, and founder of Hodges Coaching and the Hodges Leadership Institute, an on-demand training program that improves corporate culture through leadership EQ training. Her warm and direct coaching style is backed by her proprietary neurophysiological A+ Coaching Method. Sarah has strong convictions about showing up as her authentic self at all times, so whether you're a client, employee, or world leader, Sarah will present herself exactly the same. In this episode Jason and Sarah discuss:What is it like to fully show up as your authentic selfHow you can start to bring out your authentic self What is the opposite of authenticity and how being authentic yourself allows others to also become their authentic selves The scientific basis behind authenticity Survival vs SurThrival Key Takeaways: Know your value system and commit to sticking to it no matter where you are and who you’re with Be yourself without hurting others - be considerate of other people’s values and be respectful of them. But at the same time, don’t let other people’s opinions or perceptions of you affect how you show up. Being authentic is all about silencing the voice of the inner critic and letting go of controlling another person’s perception of you Let people form their opinion about you without manipulating them. “The opposite of authenticity is a desire to control. You want to keep yourself safe by controlling the perception of those around you… do you want to be accepted for this version of yourself you show others or do you want to be accepted for who you truly are?” -Sarah Hodges Connect with Sarah Hodges:Website: https://hodgescoaching.com/Executive Uncut Podcast: https://hodgescoaching.com/executives-uncut-podcast/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahahodges/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv1g56my4jUeDfkR9XDjvjw Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
43 minutes | May 28, 2021
Taylor Stork: Selling Doesn’t Work
Taylor Stork is the Chief Operating Officer for Developer’s Mortgage Company. A seasoned business executive and Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB), Taylor has over 20 years of experience in the industry and is passionate about enabling home ownership. Taylor is an active member of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) and Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA) and serves as an Advisory Council member for the Lenders One Mortgage Cooperative as well as a Board member for the Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey. Prior to his role with Developer’s, Taylor acted in senior leadership roles at major national and regional mortgage lenders organizations including MCS Mortgage Bankers, Inc., Continental Bank, Bank of America and American Home Mortgage. In his free time, you can find Taylor on a tractor on his farm amongst his horses and cows. He holds a BS in Finance from San Diego State University. In this episode Steve and Taylor discuss:The mindset that every sales-person need to become successful in sales Why people speak more than listening - what’s the better way of selling“Doing business with your eyes closed” Giving people the opportunity to help, and giving value to what you can learn from others Key Takeaways: Speak less and listen more.Nobody wants to hear what you have to say about your product or company. What people want to know is that you are listening to them and that you are ready to fulfill their needs. Figure out what’s important, what problem can you solve, and how you can solve it for your client. Turn away from the easy. Fight against the feeling of giving up and the very normal tendency to blame others or your circumstance. “I don’t have to accomplish everything if I can accomplish a couple of important things… by trying to accomplish everything myself, I rob others of the opportunity to help.” - Taylor Stork Connect with Taylor Stork:Twitter: https://twitter.com/rtaylorstorkWebsite: www.developersmortgage.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taylorstork/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
44 minutes | May 21, 2021
Corey Bauer: Stumbling Into Purpose
Corey began his 19-year career in mortgage banking as an assistant to a top LO in the Raleigh/Durham Market. After learning the fundamentals from both his sales leaders and individuals in operations, Corey moved into an LO position with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. He spent several years as one of Wells top 10 originators, with 80+ million in personal production in the early 2000’s. While building out his own team, Corey found a passion for leadership and in helping others develop their careers. In 2010, Corey started to focus full-time on helping others grow in their careers, and his teams closed out 2020 with $2.4 billion in fundings. Corey attributes any success he has had to serving others to help them achieve their own goals. He enjoys helping Sales and Operations teams accomplish extraordinary things by working together and having fun. Corey recently made the change to help coach, train and develop others outside of Wells Fargo by joining the leadership team at American Security Mortgage, a community of entrepreneurial loan officers and team members.In his personal life, Corey enjoys time with his wife, India, their two children, Carrington and Lucas and their dog, Dutch. The local mountains, beaches and just about anywhere outside is where Corey and his family can be found, staying very active. In this episode Steve and Corey discuss:Curing or preventing your own confirmation bias Stumbling into passion, then into purposeLiving a “balanced” life Key components of leadership Key Takeaways: Surround yourself with people that think differently from you to maximize learning and overall effectivenessLive a balanced life of spontaneity and intentionality. Avoid the two extremes of rigidity or chaos. Earn the trust and honesty of people by building a safe environment and getting to know them more. “You need to be working towards helping people achieve something beyond just feeling safe or comfortable. But you gotta start there in order to get people to stick, stay, and move to action” - Corey Bauer “Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman [Mentioned at around 9:00] Connect with Corey Bauer:Website: https://americansecuritymortgage.com/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: email@example.com Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
41 minutes | May 14, 2021
Tim Gough: Attitude, Belief, Commitment
Tim is the Chief Executive Officer of Bay Capital Mortgage Corporation and is responsible for growth throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to Bay Capital, Tim served as Sr. Vice President for 1st Mariner Mortgage. Previously, Tim served as President of First Republic Mortgage which was acquired by 1st Mariner in 2008. Tim is a recipient of the Master Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) designation from the Mortgage Bankers Association, the highest certification awarded a member of the industry. After earning a B.A. degree in Economics at the University of Maryland in 1983, Tim entered the financial services industry and moved to the Annapolis area where he currently resides with his wife, Lori, and where they raised three children. In this episode Jason and Tim discuss:The difference between working for and working with How to retain team members’ loyalty even during major changesPrioritizing people more than the job at handCultivating leadership and personal growth in team members as a coach Key Takeaways: We should be listening to everyone's feedback and understand from everyone's perspective, how our decisions may affect the entire team. For a group to be successful, the people must enjoy working with each other and truly want to see each individual and the whole team succeed.Lead by example, chart the path and help people feel the value of where you’re going with transparency and integrity. “The ABC of success: attitude, belief and commitment… if one of those three are missing, it’s hard to be successful ” - Tim Gough Connect with Tim Gough:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/baycapitalmtgWebsite: www.baycapitalmortgage.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bay-capital-mortgage-corporation/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen BraunAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
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