September 19, 2019
Dr Jannell MacAulay spent 20 years in the US Air Force where she commanded the 400 member joint 305th Operations Support Squadron, was a professionalism and leadership instructor, and served as the Director of Human Performance and Leadership for the 58th Special Operations Wing. Most
recently, she serves as a Human Performance consultant for the US Air Force, Department of Justice, and corporate America.
Her latest venture is a partnership with Pete Carroll, the coach of the Seattle Seahawks & Dr Michael Gervais, a world-class sports psychologist. Combining their expert work with the NFL, Olympians, and the military, they’ve developed an effective, performance-based warrior mindset training experience for individuals and organizations called Warrior’s Edge.
She is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy, has a Masters Degree in Kinesiology and a PhD with work in the field of strategic health & human performance. Dr MacAulay is a certified wellness educator, yoga instructor, mindfulness researcher, and holds a certificate in plant based nutrition. She is a mother of two, and a combat veteran with over 3000 flying hours as a pilot in the C-21, C-130, & KC-10 aircraft.
TEDx talk link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EETDwk0_ErQ
Lightworkers Spotlight: https://www.lightworkers.com/episode/lt-col-jannell-macaulayshares-the-importance-of-the-mindful-minute/
September 13, 2019
The freaks come out at night. The freaks come out at night.
Scary people the crazies the freaks come out. On Friday, the 13th, and especially when it's a full moon.
What are the fears that have been conditioned into us? "Fears are educated into us. And if we wish if you wish, can be educated out of us can be educated out of you."
Maybe you fear you fear someone on your team, that you can't trust them. And you have this emotion, you have this visceral reaction that creates an energy within you. And you're going to act from that emotion versus examining your thinking first. IF I fear what someone may do, and I have this emotion, I'm going to treat you a certain way if that's you. I'm going to withhold myself from you my best from you as a leader.
I share a formula to help you overcome your FEARS.
August 29, 2019
Jennifer McClure is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and high performance coach who works with leaders to leverage their influence, increase their impact, and accelerate results.
Jennifer is also the Chief Excitement Officer of DisruptHR, a global community designed to move the collective thinking forward when it comes to talent in the workplace, and she hosts a weekly podcast – Impact Makers with Jennifer McClure – sharing conversations with practitioners, entrepreneurs, authors and speakers who are changing the world while building careers that they love, and lives that matter.
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August 27, 2019
momentum can shift. And So for us, we're going to you're going to face adversity, You know that right now. Leadership, the leaders have to be able to move through that adversity.
And move your teams through that adversity, and keep them moving toward the goals, the vision, and the mission of the organization. In this episode I share with you eight factors to consider when you face adversity, Here's the first one, adversity creates an advantage.
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August 25, 2019
Todd Palmer is a renowned thought leader/CEO, executive coach and author who is committed to Improving Lives. As a successful entrepreneur and business owner, he works with both individuals and companies to support corporate growth, foster business start-ups and guide leaders in the areas of talent management, workforce planning and organizational development.
As the CEO of a 6-time INC 5000 company, Todd knows the struggles that businesses face around the areas of people, cash, strategy & execution. Through his firm Extraordinary Advisors, Todd is able to guide leaders into programs of sustained profitability.
August 23, 2019
Give me the respect that I deserve. You don't deserve respect. You earn it. Respect is earned. It's not deserved.
It pains me when I hear a leader just say I want my people to respect me, they need to respect me more. I'm the leader, I'm the boss, I'm the owner of the company. I'm The CEO and the President I'm the C-Suite this, I'm the VP of that. And I'm here to tell you that does not matter. Your title does not matter.
You put your pants on just like the people that you lead. Now maybe you went and you got an education, Good for you. Maybe you went and you got a certification, good for you. It doesn't matter. People do not care how much you know, until they know how much you care. That's a leadership principle for you.
The first principles we all have to understand is that leadership titles don't matter. Positions don't matter, your education doesn't matter until those around you know how much you care.
August 20, 2019
Let a person radically alter their thoughts, and he/she will be astonished at the rapid transformation it will have on the effect in the material conditions
of his/her life. We imagine that thoughts can be kept secret, but they cannot, they rapidly crystallize into habit. And habit solidifies into circumstance.
What circumstance are you creating in your own life by not challenging and then altering your thoughts.
Make sure you visit www.livingonpurpose.community to gain access to our Sweet 16 Ways to Live On Purpose.
August 11, 2019
Ric Lindberg is a consultant helping global organizations with team development based on coaching, metrics, and KPIs. A self-proclaimed data nerd, Ric is especially passionate about analytics and automation, and embraces the concept of gamification and testing new ideas, especially within organizational leadership.
Through his podcast Relationship Power at Work, Ric inspires leaders to leader their teams more effectively, and businesses to be successful through kindness and generosity, since Ric believe we have to treat our people as volunteers to reach their potential.
Grab a free resource from Ric at http://RicLindberg.com/leadup
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August 7, 2019
I'm going to find what I focus on so, expect great things to happen. If you, if you expect bad things to happen if you expect to have miscommunications with people on your team or people in your life or people in your home, that's what you're going to get.
Your brain acts like that servo-mechanism, just like in that plane you can put the coordinates in every single day, you put the coordinates and sometimes it's out of habit just out of routine. You get up and you just kind of do the same thing every single day, but I'm challenging you to one wake up.
Make it a regular routine for yourself every day. Put one new idea into your mind every single day. And when you do that, the the compound effect of that over time will pay off.
So you have untapped potential. But you've got to be intentional about tapping into it. You have gotta stick to your goals. Nothing good in the world comes from quitting. In the face of resistance.
July 30, 2019
Use your perception, you may say well, I'm not very perceptive. Some people are, some people aren't, This is a skill that can be developed.
What I want you to do is to perceive and learn, learn to see the needs around you, learn to see the problems around you. And the opportunities, there are to lead.
Don't just point the problems out. Don't sit around and criticize the problems, get up and do something about it. But you gotta learn to be perceptive about it. See, most people are just perceptive about things that they don't have, we kind of hang on to our, our weaknesses, we hang on to the negative things that we say about ourselves, between our ears.
We have to learn to ask questions. Where can I support you? What Have you tried so far? What Have you done that's worked? What Have you done that hasn't work? Where can my experience I have work and how can I support you in that? What can I do to help you? Who can I connect you with?
Seeing this is using your supportive strengths, versus trying to fix the problems or do it for them and like me becoming impatient because they don't take action as most people wait. They're waiting on someone to do it , and I like doing things for everybody, what I want to do is teach them how to do it, and then let them own it, and move forward in that.